- As low as $1,777/Night
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 16
- 5 bathrooms
- 5 bedrooms
- Air conditioning
- Barbecue grill
- Bed sheets provided
- Birdwatching nearby
- Coffee/tea maker
- Dining table
- Fishing nearby
- Fitness facilities nearby
- Golf nearby
- Golfing on site
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Jet skiing nearby
- Living room
- Near a hospital
- Near outlet shopping
- Near the ocean
- On the beach
- Onsite parking
- Pet friendly
- Private pool
- Sailing nearby
- Shower/tub combination
- Smoke-free property
- Snorkeling nearby
- Sofa bed
- Spa tub
- Swimming nearby
- Towels provided
- TV with cable/satellite service
- Washing machine and dryer
- WiFi available
About this Property
- Sleeps 16
- 5 Bedrooms
- 5 Bathrooms
- Private vacation home
The beach home of your dreams awaits you with this amazing ocean front Sea Pines home! Direct oceanfront with private boardwalk to the sand. You are steps from Sea Pines Beach Club with eateries, outdoor bar and entertainment. The pool, new saltwater hottub**, grille area, putting green, screen porch, this place has it all!
The lower level of this home features three king bedrooms, all with private bathrooms. Two of the bedrooms have doors leading directly to the pool area.
The main level of this homes overlooks the Atlantic with unparalleled vistas and plenty of living space for the whole family. The huge living room has a comfortable sectional couch, two reading chairs and a game table for four. The dining room seats ten comfortably and leads directly out onto the screened in porch. This porch is where a lot of down time will be spent. With a sectional couch overlooking the pool and ocean and a dining table for six. There is also a tv on the porch for evening shows and games. The kitchen is refreshed, very roomy and entirely equipped with anything you could need during your stay.
There are two bedrooms on this level as well as a den which can be made private for additional sleeping. The den is located just off of the main living area and has a sleeper couch and tv. This room leads directly into the master bedroom. The master features and king bed, sleeper couch and a double bathroom, one with a walk-in shower and one with a shower/tub combo. The kid's bedroom is just across the hall, with two bunk beds, both with a double bed on the bottom and a twin on top, and a private bathroom. This is the ideal bedroom for all of the kids!
Appreciate this spectacular ocean front home!
*Jacuzzi can be heated for additional fee
*Pool – approx. 28x14 and gets full sun
*Family Animals considered with deposit
About the Area
Located on the beach, this vacation home is in Sea Pines, a neighborhood in Hilton Head Island. Coligny Theater and Arts Center of Coastal Carolina are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Atlantic Dunes by Davis Love III and Heron Point by Pete Dye. The Sandbox and Pirate's Island Adventure Golf are also worth visiting. With jet skiing, snorkeling, and sailing nearby, you'll find plenty of adventures in the water.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Our top Rental home tips and tricks:
Getting the best rental value:
- Reserve your vacation rental as early as possible. Rental schedules often open 12 months in advance (or in September just after the Summer season ends). Many groups book their Summer vacation rentals during Winter holiday gatherings. Reserve before these holidays for best selection.
- Summer time is high season in the Hilton Head area. To get the largest vacation home within your budget, we suggest booking in the Fall or Spring. You'll enjoy lower rates, greater selection, warm weather and the absence of giant crowds at restaurants, beaches, and activities. Many vacationers use this method to reserve larger homes, or to reserve a beach front vacation rental that would otherwise be unavailable during June, July, and August. Speaking of the off-season, don't overlook the holidays for a Hilton Head vacation! Who wouldn't love a holiday vacation near the ocean? Thanksgiving and Christmas are great times to gather with family and friends at the beach.
- Property managers sometimes offer discounts for veterans. Make sure to check with your property manager to see if discounts are available for your family before you book.
- Booking websites typically offer customers an option to add vacation insurance protection. Trip insurance, which will generally cost between 1% - 5% of the reservation price, offers visitors reimbursement of their vacation costs for missed days as a result of medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as hurricane evacuation charges, such as an unexpected hotel or extra fuel expenses. Trip insurance can be a a life-saver if the unforeseen occurs. Ask your property manager for specifics.
- Look for your local visitors guide when you check-in. If your rental property doesn't have a copy, you can find them at local shops and visitor centers. In addition to great local articles, travel guide magazines have offers and deals for local tours, shops, and attractions.
Narrow your rental Search:
- Choose a group leader, select your trip dates, and choose a maximum budget.
- Note the number bedrooms and the bed configuration your group needs. 28 Wood Ibis Oceanfront home pet friendly and great weeks available has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. If you need a larger or smaller rental, use our search.
- Specific information about bedrooms and bed sizes & counts is generally accessible on booking pages. If not, call the host before you reserve the vacation property. Remember that most property listings specify the max. guest capacity, which typically includes pull-out couches and bunk beds. You'll need to work out which bed configuration is suitable for your trip.
- Some properties allow pets, but others do not. Acceptable types of dog or cat, weight and breeds may be restricted, and additional fees may apply. Ask the property manager about your furry family members before booking.
- Looking for particular amenities? Most rental search websites include amenity lists and search filters. Amenity filters help you quickly remove less-optimal properties.
- Appropriate accessibility amenities can make or ruin a vacation for guests that require the use of a wheelchair. Make certain to ask about wheel chair entry, pool lifts and specialized equipment needs.
Some things to know before you go:
- Add the host's contact info to your smartphone. Take a copy of check in/check out procedures.
- Ask questions. You may need instructions for a fireplace, elevator or washer/dryer. Contact your property manager. They are there to help! A brief telephone call prevents lots of problems.
- Lock your rental home while you're away. Keep your property safe!
- Upon check-in, record any damages to the property and immediately contact the host. Keep records of all correspondence in case a dispute arises.
- Be a good neighbor! You wouldn't like disagreeable visitors disrupting your peace. Use the golden rule for best judgement. If they like you, locals might even recommend great local food and attractions you would've not otherwise known about!
- Speaking of neighbors... Ask a local! Local residents can typically point you in the right direction. Who better to ask where to charter a fishing boat, have a great night on the town, or the best spots for fine dining?
- Don't leave anything behind! Just before departing, take a walk through the rental property to reconfirm you've collected all of your things. Make sure to check closets, dressers, garages, and bathrooms for hidden treasure. Remove everything from the refrigerator and take any leftovers home.
- Document the condition of the property at check-out. We recommend taking a video during your final walk-through.
- Leave feedback! Hosts rely on great feedback to drive new reservations. They'll be thankful for your review. Alternatively, if something wasn't as described, other vacationing families will appreciate that you share your review find their best vacation rental. Please be fair with your feedback If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the host could control the issue, and if so, whether they responded quickly to remedy it.