You might have traveled long and far to find an outstanding vacation, but once you have found “The Peddler”, your travels will be over. With its tin roof, extensive porches and elegant style, this amazing home brings back memories when peddlers were common pulling their carts of goods throughout Historic Charleston. Nestled on a lagoon, with a resident alligator, “The Peddler” is an easy two-minute walk to the beach (1235-feet) along a walkway of Oaks. With complimentary access to the Grand Pavilion Oceanfront Swimming Pools, you will have direct access to the best options for swimming and relaxing. A couple of the most sought after features of “The Peddler “are the front porch (with a relaxing swing) and back screened porch overlooking the lagoon. It is a perfect destination to enjoy the Island's fresh breezes, sounds of the sea and wildlife. When you enter “The Peddler” you will find that the home has been meticulously built and decorated by an owner-designer. Each room is designed to flow from one to another with countless fine details. The living room is ideally furnished so that everyone can sit in comfort. It even has a game table that is perfect for assembling the beach jigsaw puzzle. The formal dining room will seat eight, comfortably, and the kitchen is well stocked. There are two bedrooms on the main floor, each featuring a queen bed and private bath. On the upper level there are two additional bedrooms with private baths. One bedroom features a king and the other twins. “The Peddler” has wireless, five televisions and three DVD players. Make your reservation today for “The Peddler”.
The Isle of Palms, like all barrier islands, has a dynamic beach near the inlet that separates the island from Dewees Island. The ebb and flow of the changing tides, through the inlet, creates and moves sand bars just off shore. These sandbars will channel waves between them, resulting in the massive buildup of sand along portions of the island where other areas may develop temporary erosional hot spots. These hot spots will feature a sand beach throughout the day outside an hour or so before and after high tide. Where a dry sand beach may be limited in these few areas at high tide, walking either direction will lead to an area where the sandbars have created an expansive beach to enjoy at any tide.
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Listed rates do not include additional taxes & fees for the stay.
Listed rates may not reflect any current specials and/or discounts available.
Please inquire for an exact and all inclusive quote.
For payment, we accept V/MC/AMEX/DISC.
35% deposit due at time of booking
65% balance due 45 days prior to arrival
Travel Insurance is available for an additional 7% of the total cost plus taxes.
Live Like a Local
Chad Timmons, Reservations Manager
1. Taking the wife & twins to Mount Pleasant Memorial Waterfront Park. Located right under the Arthur Ravenel Bridge on the Mount Pleasant side, this park has an incredible Ravenel Bridge themed playground, large spaces for picnicking/playing/viewing outdoor movies, a huge 1,250-foot-long fishing/walking pier, and the delicious River Watch Cafe Sandwich & Ice Cream shop. With Movies in the Park, Party in the Parks, and other seasonal festivals, there is always some fun to be had here!
2. Lunching at Home Team BBQ - Sullivan's Island. If you are on Sullivan's for lunch, there is a great chance you will catch Chad grabbing a bite at his back left table. The food is incredible and a staple of Charleston now with three locations (West Ashley, Sullivan's Island, and Downtown Charleston). Home Team offers a variety of food with incredible BBQ, brisket, smoked chicken wings, shrimp tacos and daily lunch specials that keep you coming back for more. Always quick to the table delivered with a smile. It's also a great place for local music in the evenings. http://hometeambbq.com/
3. Enjoying Lunch, Dinner, and/or Drinks on Shem Creek. Shem Creek is a Mount Pleasant landmark located in the Charleston area. Whether you are dining on a porch, seated indoors, or simply having a cocktail outside at one of the many establishments on Shem Creek, you will have a great view of the creek, local shrimp boats, and usually porpoises that frequent the area. Have a cocktail at Vickery's Shark Fin Bar, eat some World Famous Fish Bites at Water's Edge Cabana Bar, and slurp the best oysters in Charleston at Shem Creek Bar & Grill's back Oyster Bar. After you eat, take a stroll along the new boardwalk at Shem Creek Park to take in the breathtaking views of the creek and its surrounding wetlands
Additional amenities include: coffee maker, walking, surfing, golf, sailing, family, parasailing, kitchenette, swimming, gated community, cycling, resort, minimum age for renters, fishing, adventure, shopping, festivals, outdoor furniture, kayaking, sightseeing.