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Lowcountry Plantation Tours and Hotels in Pawleys Island SC

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Summer is just around the corner and if you haven’t started planning your vacation yet, think about booking a trip to beautiful Litchfield Beach and Pawleys Island in South Carolina. Pawleys Island is just a short twenty-minute drive from Myrtle Beach and Georgetown and features picturesque golden sand beaches, clear blue skies and gorgeous weather. The whole family will enjoy renting a beach chair, lounging in the warm summer sun and splashing in the waves or making sandcastles. A summer vacation isn’t perfect without a trip to the beach and there are great hotels in Pawleys Island SC to choose from. Stay at the oceanfront Litchfield Inn for a quiet hotel on the beach with great accommodations and amenities.

There are all sorts of fun activities to try when you stay at the Litchfield Inn as well.  Head over to Georgetown for Cap’n Rod’s Lowcountry Plantation Tours!  The family can load up on a riverboat for a comfortable cruise around Georgetown. The tour will cruise up the rivers past amazing former plantation mansions with abandoned rice fields, and majestic old oak trees. The tour guide will tell you all about plantation life and how rice became South Carolina’s first staple crop. They might even tell you a great ghost story or two. This popular tour is a great activity for the whole family and your bound to see some wildlife along the trip- maybe even an alligator. Reservations are recommended and the trip costs $32 for adults and $27 for children.

Head out for a beach weekend with the oceanfront Litchfield Inn and great Pawleys Island attractions! It’s a vacation the whole family will enjoy and remember forever. The Litchfield Inn offers amazing vacation packages for great deals to the area as well! Contact the friendly staff at the Litchfield Inn with any questions or to book your vacation.

Posted in Blog by dpressly on April 29, 2013

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