KIAWAH ISLAND BLOG
Here on Kiawah Island—against the odds—we’re fortunate to be having a booming summer for tourism in 2020. Why such luck? First, South Carolina has a more “hands-off” state government, so we opened sooner than many other places in the US following the COVID-19 shutdowns. In addition to this, many of our Southern neighbors (and beyond)
We mean it when we say that every rental in our portfolio is special to us. From luxury villas on tree-lined golf courses to impeccable ocean view penthouses, each rental has brought joy to our guests—which is what’s most important to us. We’re pleased to introduce the two newest accommodations in the Kiawah Island Getaways
We’re yet to see the full picture of what summer on Kiawah Island will look like. But no matter the outcome, we already know that a socially distanced stay is possible here.
Five Reasons To consider a long term stay on Kiawah Island What’s better than a week on Kiawah Island? Three months on Kiawah Island. Don’t get us wrong: a short stay here is certainly a little slice of paradise in its own right. But when you enjoy a long-term stay on Kiawah, you unlock a
Before we get into the details about our meticulous, CDC-approved cleaning procedures at Kiawah Island Getaways, we want to share a message from the vacation rental industry. This short video—called “To Guests, with Love”—showcases in 4 minutes just what guests mean to us “mom & pop” vacation rental companies. Give it a watch! Here’s our
You may have heard that Kiawah Island has a guardhouse at its main entrance. So you may be wondering: what happens if you aren’t staying on the island? Is Kiawah open to the public? Can I still enjoy its pristine, uncrowded beaches without a pass? Yes! Kiawah Island is indeed open to the public; you
Just outside the city of Charleston, South Carolina lies one of the south’s oldest and most fabled flora: the Angel Oak Tree. You don’t need to be an arborist to appreciate its majesty. While its 65-foot height is nothing to scoff at, the true awe-factor of Angel Oak Tree is its outward growth. Many of
Charleston is a hub of romance, a hub of history, a hub of culture—and, more and more, a hub for direct flights from around the US. From the East Coast, to the West Coast, to the Midwest, to other cities here in the South, getting to Charleston without a pesky layover is easier than ever.
So you’re coming to Kiawah Island and wondering about what to do after dark. Does Kiawah even have nightlife? The short answer: yes, we do! We may be a slow-paced island, but that doesn’t mean the fun stops when the sun goes down. Start with a sunset cocktail, have a wine tasting, then follow it