Beach Houses in Myrtle Beach

Beach houses in Myrtle BeachOur hurricane season in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, runs from June through November every year. In this area, August and September are the peak months for hurricanes. If you are planning a vacation during this time of the year, you should prepare yourself before arriving at our Beach houses in Myrtle Beach. This article provides tips and advice on how to weather any storm the tropics might throw at you while you are here enjoying your vacation.

Vacationers should not be deterred from coming to the Myrtle Beach area during the hurricane season. Summer deals along the Grand Strand are super. Autumn in coastal South Carolina provides vacationers with dropping rates to accompany falling temperatures and humidity.

If you are unlucky enough to be right in the middle of your vacation when a hurricane takes aim at the coast of the Carolinas, don't worry. Unlike an unexpected afternoon thunderstorm, hurricanes do not sneak up on the South Carolina coast. This gives us all plenty of time to leave before the situation gets worse.

The best piece of advice is to keep an eye on the extended Myrtle Beach weather forecast when you’re here. If a hurricane approaches during your trip, don't panic. As soon as it looks like you may need to abandon your Beach houses in Myrtle Beach, follow these steps.
    
    •    Watch the local weather station and follow their advice.
    •    Check on earlier flights and plant to arrive earlier at the airport.
    •    Fill your car with a full tank of gas at the first sign of hurricane.
    •    Map out evacuation routes before you leave.
    •    Pack water and food in case of traffic jams when driving.
    •    Don't wait until the last minute to evacuate. Go early.

Beach houses in Myrtle BeachMost golf packages and many rentals provide refunds or rain checks in the event of cancelations and evacuations due to hurricanes. Make sure to ask about this before making any reservations. Even if you are not planning a trip during hurricane season, ask your provider about refunds and cancelations caused by bad weather.
 
Some upcoming area events within a short drive from our Beach houses in Myrtle Beach you won’t want to miss if you’re in town are:
 
October 1, 2011
Big Bands Sound Festival at La Belle Amie Vineyard, Little River, SC.
 
October 1, 2011
Live Oak Arts & Music Festival at Old Horry County Court House, Conway, SC.
 
October 6, 2011
The President's Own United States Marine Band performs at 7:30 p.m. at Myrtle Beach High School.
 
October 8, 2011
Shrimp and Jazz Fest on the Waterfront in Little River, SC.
 
October 8-9, 2011
Art in the Park at Chapin Park, Myrtle Beach, SC
 

Beach Houses in Myrtle Beach

Families have flocked to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, as long as there have been people on the eastern seaboard. So, not surprisingly, for as long as they’ve been coming here they’ve been seeking out Beach houses in Myrtle Beach to reside in during their time here.

Beach houses in Myrtle BeachThe abundance and variety of Beach houses in Myrtle Beach allows visitors to enjoy the sun and ocean air in comfort. This natural vacation wonderland, offers a full range of outdoor activities, from tennis and tournament golf to hiking and biking or walking along the beach. Beach houses in Myrtle Beach allow vacationers to stay oceanfront, ocean view, or fairway view in comfort, while enjoying the balmy weather all year long. Visitors can shop, dine in any of over 1,800  restaurants, or enjoy the scenery when they tire of the multitude of outdoor activities the area offers.

Beach houses in Myrtle Beach, both privately owned and commercial properties, are available all year round and fit a wide variety of budgets. The original homes scattered over the area have been turned into rentals and offer the latest amenities. There are beach-front properties available as well as rentals in the interior of the island that are close to the 110+ golf courses, countless tennis courts, amusement and water parks, and hiking and in-line skating trails in the parks. Many facilities are open year-round, and offer bargains during the off-season on Beach houses in Myrtle Beach.

In the words of  Linda and Bill who wrote us following their vacation in late winter:

“March 2011
Just a note to tell you now great our stay this year was.  Our unit (Nautical Watch 102) was perfect when we arrived, so clean and well equipped.  Your cleaning staff is the best, and speaking of the best, the office staff are always helpful, friendly and go the extra mile if needed.  Looking forward to next year.  Sincerely, Linda & Bill”

Thank you Linda & Bill! We look forward to your return trip to Myrtle Beach also!