Benefits of Spending Your Winter In Myrtle Beach

Is the weather outside your window frightful? Throughout most of the country, temperatures are dropping and snow is beginning to fall. Meanwhile, we're enjoying beach days in the mild South Carolina weather, and you can join us! See the benefits of spending your winter in Myrtle Beach:

Get more sunshine

Lack of exposure to sunlight is one of the leading causes of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) While it might not be bikini weather, winter at the beach still offers more opportunities to soak up some sunshine and improve your mood! Not only will the additional sunlight fight off the winter blues, the ocean air and sound of the sea has also been proven to have psychological benefits.

Stay in shape

While the sub-zero temperatures in other parts of the country might deter many from working out, the cooler but mild weather in Myrtle Beach is perfect for getting active. You can go for a jog on the beach, or take a swim in colder water (which is actually very good for you). If swimming isn't for you, you can find basketball games to join and sand volleyball courts year round.

All the activities without the crowds

Myrtle Beach is wonderful any time of year, but it certainly is nice to explore the town without the bustling summer crowds. Many of the loved attractions including the SkyWheel and Ripley's Aquarium. You can also knock out some of your holiday shopping at our outlet malls and boardwalk stores. Add in shorter waits at your favorite restaurants and less crowded golf courses and you've got a month of excitement planned out.

Find rental deals

If the above reasons aren't enough to convince you, how about the idea of saving money on vacation properties? Many of our rental houses and condos offer discounted weekly rates in the off season and some even offer month-long stays for an unbeatable price. Find some of our ongoing specials here, or contact our office at 800-833-8231 for a list of all monthly winter rental properties.

We Have Plenty of Winter Rentals in the Area

Choosing a winter vacation rental that's perfectly suited to you can make a big difference in the level of enjoyment that your vacation destination has to offer. There is something truly special about spending the winter months at the beach, enjoying ocean views from the balcony or deck of your rental, rather than dealing with the ice and snow conditions at home.

Myrtle Beach winter rentalsWe have a large number of Myrtle Beach winter rentals that are also available in the surrounding areas of Garden City Beach and Surfside Beach, too. Whether you’re looking for a high rise condo, low rise condo, townhouse, duplex, or single family vacation home, we have plenty for you to consider.

On our website you can browse Myrtle Beach winter rentals and you’ll see the full list of available rentals in the Grand Strand region. Take your time and read the various descriptions, noticing the amenities that each rental offers its guests, pay attention to any restrictions, and look for any special deals they might be offering. Prices fluctuate based on date of your arrival and length of stay but sometimes you can save even more when you make your reservation by a certain date, regardless of when you’ll be staying here. Always read the fine print — especially on the special deals and limited time offers. Nobody likes last minute surprises — unless they’re good ones, that is.
 

Kicking Off the Holidays

If you’ll be in the area looking at Myrtle Beach winter rentals be sure to take in some of the area’s special events that are being held to kick off the holidays. Our Myrtle Beach winter rentals are available in just about any size you require for a family of 1 to 12 or more. Give us a call at Surfside Realty and talk to us about what you're looking for and when you'd like to arrive.
 
Myrtle Beach winter rentalsBarefoot "Lighting of the Landing" and Santa's Arrival
Friday, November 18, 2011 from 7-9 p.m.

Come join us for the start of our holiday season at Barefoot Landing. Santa will arrive on the Barefoot Princess on the Waterway, then he’ll visit as we get ready to light the big Christmas tree. The will be many fun activities at this holiday themed event.
 
Broadway at the Beach 17th Annual Holiday Tree Lighting
Saturday, November 19, 2011

Join us as we usher in the holiday season at Broadway at the Beach with live entertainment, mascot appearances and other special surprises which will all lead up to the grand finale, the lighting of the Holiday Tree. Fireworks will follow at 8 p.m.
 
Myrtle Beach winter rentalsTurkey Trot
Sunday, November 20, 2011 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.

“A fun walk for a cause” the Turkey Trot is a program, designed by the Horry County Parks and Recreation, directed towards raising funds for existing and future programs pertaining to Special Needs and Disabilities. Also, a great opportunity for people to experience the living history of farming in Horry County. Location: L.W. Paul Living History Farm