Renting at Pawleys Pier Village

Come Vacation at Pawleys Pier Village!
 
Pawleys Pier Village is a special place for families and friends to gather and create memories that will last forever. Enjoy a private pier that stretches out into the Atlantic bringing you close to the fish you love to catch.  Remember, a fishing license is not required to fish off of the Pier. Relax by the pool after a busy day playing in the sun.  A "lending" library is available at the office for those who like to get lost in a good book.  And, of course, enjoy the miles of beautiful South Carolina beaches
 
 
The units are individually owned and the furnishing/decor reflect the owner's taste. Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen and comes with all linens. Vacationers who need to stay in touch with family and work will be pleased to know that WiFi services are available. This slice of heaven is conveniently located in dining, shopping, golfing and all that the Waccamaw Neck has to offer.
Come on and stay with us and see why so many families make it an annual tradition!
 
      
 

 Buildings  Summer  Mid Season  Cool Season
 A & I - 3 Bedrooms / 3 Baths  $3095.80  $1975.00  $1585.00
 B, C, G & H - 3 Bedrooms / 2 Baths  $2704.00  $1654.00  $1494.00
 D, E & F - 3 Bedrooms / 2 Baths  $2604.00  $1574.00  $1414.00
 B, C, G & H - 2 Bedrooms / 2 Baths  $2383.00  $1473.00  $1323.00
 D, E & F - 2 Bedrooms / 2 Baths  $2293.00  $1393.00  $1243.00
       
 Night Availability - Call our office      
       
 * Weekly rental rates do not include tax      
 Some exclusions may apply.      
       
 Dates for 2016 Seasons:      
 Summer: 5/28 - 8/13      
 Mid Season: 4/16 - 5/28 and 8/13 - 9/17      
 Cool Season: 1/2 - 4/16 and 9/17 - 1/1      

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Pawleys Island has rich history filled with stories that began in the early plantation days and extend into modern times. Over the next few months, we will be releasing posts focusing on certain aspects of Pawleys history. From ghosts stories, the development of Pawleys Island, historic vacation homes and more; there are pieces of Pawleys Island’s past that yearn to be explored. Continue Reading