What could be more perfect for a coastal South Carolina getaway than a cozy beachfront condo? When you stay at one of our lovely properties at the Sea Cabins on the Ocean condominium complex, that’s exactly what you get! Our Isle of Palms Sea Cabins at this complex are centrally located, and within walking distance of bars, restaurants, markets, marinas, and of course, the beach. Looking for that perfect spot for a weekend getaway with close friends, or a family vacation to the shore? With so many conveniences and amenities, our Isle of Palms Sea Cabins condos are an excellent option for any kind of escape to the beach!
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Intimate and Oceanfront
Waking up to walk out onto your balcony, coffee cup in hand, to take in the breath-taking sight of the sun rising over the Atlantic, evening strolls on the community’s fishing pier under the twinkling stars, lounging out by the oceanfront pool watching as the kids play Marco Polo—these are the possibilities when you stay at one of our Sea Cabins rentals! Many of our condos in this location have been updated with new paint and furnishings, modern touches and beautiful fully equipped kitchens. Other amenities you might find inside one of our Isle of Palms Sea Cabins condos include flat-screen televisions with cable, Wi-Fi access, blenders (for those all-important beach margaritas), and sometimes even a Keurig coffee maker! Of course, all of our Sea Cabin units have ceiling fans, for those days and nights when the weather is nice and you’ve got the windows open enjoying that balmy sea breeze. There’s AC for those hot steamy summer days (and nights), and central heating for when the weather turns cooler.
These comfortable, one-bedroom, one-bath condos feature open floors plans, and can easily accommodate up to six people overnight. Bedrooms come furnished with queen sized beds and the living areas also feature pull-out queen sofa beds. And many units have twin beds and/or bunk beds recessed into the hallway – fun for the kids! These condos are perfect for a quiet, romantic, weekend with your partner, or for a beach vacation with the kids.
Gorgeous Outdoor Space and Community Amenities
Many of our condo rentals in this space have private balconies with ocean views from our Isle of Palms Oceanfront Rentals, and patio furniture where you can relax with your favorite book overlooking the waves, or to have a snack and glass of your favorite drink out in the ocean breeze. Enjoy outdoor walkways lined with palms and a private boardwalk that will take you right to the sand, and a shared community pool that sits facing the sea. There’s also a kiddie pool, making this a great option for family trips to Isle of Palms! The complex also boasts a private, 1000-foot fishing pier—great for recreation, fishing, or taking in the sunset. A laundry facility can also be found on-site, making it easy to stay fresh after exploring the outdoors! And there’s free parking too.
Isle of Palm Activities
There’s a lot to do here in Isle of Palms! Of course, the main focus for most activities is the ocean. You can spend all your time out basking in the sun on a colorful beach blanket (with plenty of sunscreen of course) as reading the latest thriller or just people watching. Stroll along the surf searching for that perfect souvenir shell or sand dollar or spend the day splashing around in the waves with kids.
Book a fishing charter and go on a day-long hunt for a trophy king mackerel or tuna, or book a less stressful charter where you can catch a few redfish or trout for dinner. Walk down to the local marina, rent a boat and have your own fishing adventure, or just cruise around exploring and sightseeing. Bring your own kayak (or rent one) and take a guided tour of the barrier islands. Or take it easy and just fish from the pier or the surf right in front of Isle of Plams Sea Cabins. Get to the beach early, stake out your rod, then settle back to watch the sun rise and wait for the fish to bite. There’s a community grill too, so you can grill out, then dine on your catch of the day.
Plan a day trip to Charleston. There’s so much to see in this historic city! Founded in 1670, the city was the first official capitol of the state and became a major port for the slave trade in the 18th century. Charleston at one time was the wealthiest city in the colonies, and today is a leader in cutting edge culinary arts and farm-to-table cuisine. The famous Spoleto Festival USA is held here every spring, and honestly, there’s usually a festival or event of some sort going on every weekend. You can spend days wandering through the city’s historic district visiting “Rainbow Row,” the Battery, Old Slave Mart, Drayton Hall, and Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. And at night, check out the best Charleston nightlife destinations all around the city.
History buffs will find that there are plenty of historic homes and plantations around Charleston to visit too. Located in nearby Mount Pleasant, Boone Hall Plantation is certainly worth a visit. This historic district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the country’s oldest plantations still in operation. The plantation historic district includes a 1936 Greek Revival home, brick slave cabins along Slave Street from 1790-1810, and a beautiful allée of live oaks from the 1700s. While you’re in Mount Pleasant, take the kids to Splash Island Waterpark and Palmetto Islands County Park where you can hike along nature trails and boardwalks, rent a bike, kayak, or pedal boat, or climb the observation tower for an amazing view of the coastline.
Make a day of visiting the Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie National Historic Park. Fort Moultrie, originally built of palmetto logs and sand on Sullivan’s Island, was built in 1776 to protect Charleston and the South Carolina coastline. Use of the local palmetto logs for a fort may seem strange, but evidently the soft logs absorbed the bombardment, and the fort was a part of the nation’s coastal defenses until the 1960s. A half-hour ferry ride, leaving from Fort Moultrie, takes you out to Fort Sumter in the harbor. In April of 1861, the pentagonal-shaped fort was still under construction when the Confederates bombarded it, starting the Battle of Fort Sumter and the Civil War. And, while you’re on Sullivan’s Island, take time to visit the iconic Sullivan’s Island Lighthouse, also known as the Carolina Lighthouse. This quirky, triangularly shaped tower, painted black and white, is a local landmark.
Your Cozy Isle f Palms Sea Cabin Is Waiting for You!
South Carolina is a blissful place to vacation, and especially on the oceanfront. Our Sea Cabins condo rentals in Isle of Palms combine comfort with seaside flair, and an amazing location that will let you experience it the best the area has to offer. Our friendly team is well-versed on the area, and we can help you find the perfect spot for morning coffee and a pastry, a comfy, casual diner or casually upscale restaurant for a great meal, right here on the island. We can help you choose the perfect Vacation Rental at the Wild Dunes Resort in Isle of Palms today—give us a call or browse our Isle of Palms Sea Cabins online! If you had something different in mind check out our Isle of Palms houses for rent., or if you have your four-legged friends check out these Isle of Palms pet friendly rentals.