Area Guide & Concierge

Pawleys Island is a small beach town located in Georgetown County, South Carolina. The town is 70 miles north of Charleston and 25 miles south of Myrtle Beach. Pawleys Island has infinite history filled with stories of slave cottages, tobacco plantations, barrier island, undeveloped beach and marshland, and ghosts. In current times, Pawleys Island is known to locals and visitors as a beautiful destination undeterred from the renovation and commercialism that has struck so many places.

GROCERY DELIVERY SERVICE

How about having your groceries delivered to your vacation home prior to your arrival? If this sounds like a great convenience for you, just give "Groceries Ahead" a call at (854) 444-0014 and let them know where to pick your groceries up and the delivery address.

Sea Amenities

"Lifestyle Management & Concierge Services"

Give yourself the gift of time! Need an extra hand? Let Sea Amenities assist you. From grocery shopping to personal needs, we've got you covered. Contact Danelle Greer and Camilla Parker for your needs.

Email: seaamenities@gmail.com

Phone: 843-800-0270

Web: seaamenities@gmail.com

GOLF

Pawleys Island is home to several challenging and enjoyable golf courses on the coast. Teeing up on any of our favorite courses is an opportunity to participate in an exciting game on the beautiful Low Country courses. Here are a few Golf Courses available in our area:

Caledonia Golf & Fish Club – (843) 237-3675

Founders Club - (843) 237-2299

Heritage Club – (843) 237-3424

Litchfield Country Club – (843) 237-3411

Pawleys Plantation Golf & Country Club – (843) 237-6000

ATTRACTIONS

There are unlimited activities for any adventurers who choose to explore the beautiful Low Country. There is nothing better than catching your dinner fresh from the creek, kayaking through the marshland,  surfing a wave or exploring the Hammock Shops. The possibilities are endless...

 

Recent News

Winter didn’t forget about Pawleys Island this year, unfortunately. As you might have seen on the news, we had snow! Which is so unheard of on our little island. In fact, I discovered a few things about snow. It is pretty, it is wet and it is coldddd! Also, it has been determined that snow is best viewed from indoors, wrapped in our snuggly blankets, fuzzy socks and enjoying hot chocolate. Continue Reading