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  • 1008 Ocean Blvd, Isle of Palms
  • South Carolina 29451 - United States
  • 8665403548

Enjoy the Summerville Lifestyle

Summerville is well-known for its natural beauty, warm community spirit, historic atmosphere, mild climate, and a special sense of civic pride. It is a friendly town that has welcomed a broad cross section of new residents from all over the country in recent years. While experiencing rapid growth during the past 15 years, Summerville has maintained a graceful balance between the old and new. It is not just the mild climate and pleasant atmosphere alone that make Summerville so beloved by its residents. It is something deeper - a feeling of friendship, pride, caring and a unique sense of community - that makes it special.

You do not need to leave town to enjoy yourself at good restaurants, elegant shops or an evening's entertainment. Summerville has all services and amenities needed for a fun vacation stop. And you will not want to miss our spring Flowertown Festival, when over 200,000 visitors arrive to admire the azaleas and dogwood in full bloom. The entire town participates in the festival, which features parades, beauty contests, crafts, tours and other family activities.

At any time of year, outdoor activities and recreation facilities are readily available for children, sportsmen, or pleasant family outings. The mild climate and close proximity of freshwater lakes and rivers or coastal saltwater areas allow residents to enjoy any variety of boating, fishing and water sports.

Nature and history can be seen up close while strolling, picnicking, or exploring at nearby Givhans Ferry State Park, Old Fort Dorchester State Park, Cypress Gardens, Old Santee Canal State Park and the Francis Beidler Forest. Residents also delight in showing visitors the sights of historic Charleston just a half hour drive away, or such scenic attractions as Middleton Place and Magnolia Gardens, just a short drive down Highway 61.

Belvidere Charleston Harbor - Located waterfront on Patriots Point with views of Fort Sumter and the Historic District, Belvidere’s charming Lowcountry cottages feel like a wonderful escape, but are some minutes from the beautiful downtown Charleston and the Sullivan’s Island beaches. Enjoy the harbor breezes from your cottage porch or poolside on our clubhouse deck. Belvidere Charleston Harbor is South Carolina’s first Private Residence Club. The Club offers both Space Available and Planned Vacation time, using a Rotating Priority Reservation System, to ensure Members and their guests the most use possible with flexible scheduling.

Without maintenance concerns, Belvidere Members are free to enjoy their vacation cottage, along with the exceptional services and amenities provided by the Club. Located on the banks of Charleston Harbor, Belvidere commands a spectacular site. The waterfront cottages offer mesmerizing views of Fort Sumter, downtown Charleston, and the variety of vessels entering the harbor. Your cottage will feel like a wonderful escape, but its Mt. Pleasant location is actually only minutes from Charleston’s historic district or the beach at Sullivan’s Island.

You can walk to Charleston Harbor Marina to watch the fishing charters unload the day’s catch or head to Patriots Point Links to work on your swing late into the evening at the lighted driving range. And the town of Mt. Pleasant is at your fingertips, offering every convenience from locally-owned restaurants and boutiques to well-known national chains.

New Boardwalk Connects the Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Airport to the North Charleston Coliseum & Charleston Area Convention Center Complex. This 650 foot boardwalk will be instrumental in the continued success of attracting conventions and events to the Convention Center Complex and Coliseum by making it easier for the attendee to travel back and forth between their hotel and their meetings or events.

The Hilton Garden Inn Charleston Airport works closely with the Embassy Suites Convention Center in a guest room overflow capacity for large conventions and the main question asked is if the hotel is within walking distance to the facility, the answer now is absolutely, yes!

Marriott Residence Inn - In the fiercely competitive world of mega-conventions, 500 hotel rooms is the magic number. North Charleston soon will step up to the big leagues with the construction of a new 150-room Marriott Residence Inn at the Charleston Area Convention Center complex off Interstate 26. The new Marriott will join the recently completed Hilton Garden Inn, complete with 126 rooms, and the 255-room Embassy Suites, bringing the site’s total number of rooms to 531. That’s about 129 more rooms than the convention complex in Myrtle Beach, generally considered the state’s top dog in the convention business.

Under a deal given first approval last week by City Council, North Charleston will enter a 50-year lease with John Q. Hammons Co., a national hotel building company that plans an estimated $16 million hotel at the corner of International and Montague avenues. Council members have championed the proposed new hotel as a way for North Charleston to strengthen its reputation in the arena and convention industry as well as guarantee more events and revenue for the state’s third largest city.

The Seashell - Located at 41 Center Street in Folly Beach, the newly renovated 50’s-style restaurant is open from 8am until midnight everyday. The menu includes breakfast all day, brunch from 11am-3pm, fresh local seafood nightly, and a full bar inside and out. This restaurant offers an American cuisine especially known for seafood and steaks. Carryout is available. Parking has been arranged for customers.

New Maverick Property, Old Village Post House - A Mt. Pleasant landmark takes on new life this spring as the Old Village Post House, a Maverick Inn and Restaurant. The new name and management team were announced by Maverick Southern Kitchens, Inc. which aquired the former Guilds Inn property in early January. The six room inn and restaurant in the heart of the Old Village is undergoing renovations to include a tavern and rooms for private group dining.

Opening is scheduled for early spring. The historic property was named Old Village Post House as a reference to the post houses of 18th century America, when innkeepers provided food, drink and lodging for postal riders and coaches traveling through sparsely populated areas. The inns became popular gathering spots for locals who enjoyed mingling with the travelers for news, entertainment and fellowship. The Maverick Southern Kitchens corporate office is located at 192 East Bay Street, Suite 300, Charleston, S.C.