Pawleys Island Monthly Winter Rentals
From September through April, the busy beaches of our town settle down for the Off-Season. During this time, we offer Pawleys Island winter rentals by the month, at reduced rates.
The Off-Season is one of our favorite times of the year on the Pawleys Island beach. The crowds are gone, the fishing is good and the Off-Season Rates begin. We have incredible deals on monthly vacation rentals during the Fall, Winter and Spring seasons. Oceanfront rental homes and condos offer great savings on accommodations to suit your needs. Spend the winter holiday months at the beach and invite family and friends down for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. All of our rental properties feature fully equipped kitchens to prepare a traditional holiday feast or take advantage of the many fine local restaurants offering exquisitely prepared meals. It’s your time at the beach. You make the vacation.
Snow birds will delight in our warm winter temperatures during January, February, March and April. There are plenty of things to do and see in Pawleys Island and the Litchfield Beaches. Along with the natural beauty of the beach, we have marshes to explore and scenic tours to enjoy. One show not to be missed is a tour of Brookgreen Gardens as the early spring flowers begin to bloom. Spectacular plants like Camellias begins their blooming season in December, the Daphne begin in late January, with Daffodils, Dogwoods, Azaleas and Tulips following closely behind.
Tour the historic homes of Georgetown, and take a day trip to Charleston. This area is rich in history and a treasure trove of Southern architecture, heritage and scenic views. Visit our Pawleys Island Things To Do page and be sure to check the Calendar of Events for a full list of activities happening during your stay.
So, come on down for a Winter At The Beach! The weather is great, and relaxation is the number one activity. Enjoy our soft, sandy beaches, soak up the winter sunshine and discover the beauty of South Carolina’s most magnificent coast.