We stay at Seabrook almost every summer in the Spinnaker beach houses. I absolutely love Seabrook Island and everything about it. We could just walk to the beach whenever from our house. The fishing is very good on Seabrook, also the crabbing. There are crabbing docks and creeks on the island also. I love the geography of the island, as the south beach is located on the North Edisto River inlet, where it meets the ocean. The surf us calm there. The clarity of the water is actually not bad, one of the best ive seen in SC. If you want bigger waves for boogie boarding or whatever, head to the north beach. The waves can get pretty big there. I also love that the island is smaller than, say, kiawah. It is very navigable, also, you can explore the whole island and ride your bike around it. Freshfields village offers very nice shops and restaurants. Newton Farms is the grocery market. Bohicket Marina, on the island, is great for buying fishing bait/equipment. They also have some shops and restaurants there. If you want to go to Charleston while you are at Seabrook, (which we usually do), it is an easy 30 minute drive. Seabrook also has amenties such as golf, tennis, equestrian, pools, and the beach club. I would definetly recommend Seabrook Island, SC to anyone!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Natural Oceanfront Living Near Historic Charleston Welcome to Seabrook Island, a private welcoming oceanfront community just miles from historic Charleston, SC. Completely immersed in natural splendor, the coastal barrier island is home to lush maritime forest, serene marshes and pristine beaches. With each leisurely day, Club Members and their guests enjoy two championship golf courses, a world-class tennis center, horseback riding, a brand new beach club and many more amenities. Seabrook Island – Make It Uniquely Yours. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seabrook Island Hotel Seabrook Island