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Labor Day in Pawley’s Island

Are you looking for a beach getaway this Labor Day? Look no further than Litchfield Inn in Pawley’s Island, SC. Litchfield Inn is a beautiful oceanfront hotel in a perfect location just minutes from downtown Myrtle Beach. It is the perfect spot for your weekend beach getaway. Walk the pristine white sand beaches, enjoy the ocean views, and take advantage of the many amenities offered by Litchfield Inn.

Labor Day is a time to relax and celebrate your constant hard work with a well deserved day off. Use your four day weekend wisely and plan a trip to Myrtle Beach. Litchfield Inn and Pawley’s Island are just a short drive from the many attractions of the Myrtle Beach area. Spend a day shopping and dining at Broadway at the Beach or Barefoot Landing. Myrtle Beach is also heaven for golfers, and Litchfield Inn has many golf packages for you to take advantage of. With over 100 courses in the area, the hardest choice you’ll have deciding which course to play. Take in the Myrtle Beach nightlife by taking in a theater show. Shows like the Carolina Opry, Pirates Voyage, and Legends Live in Concert are tremendous shows that keep guests coming back again and again.

If you are looking for some beach time, you are in luck! Litchfield Inn is oceanfront and Litchfield beach is one of the nicest you will find in the area. While most tourist traffic stays in the downtown Myrtle Beach area, Litchfield beach is relatively empty, providing the privacy and seclusion you want on a relaxing beach vacation.

Labor Day is on Monday, September 3, so start planning your getaway now! Litchfield Inn is proud to welcome hard working folks who are looking to enjoy their well deserved day off. Join us this Labor Day to close out the summer with a fun and relaxing vacation.

Posted in Blog by dpressly on August 3, 2012

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