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There are many vacation rental options available on Hilton Head Island. Villas and condos, homes and timeshares are all available in varying price ranges. Most vacation villa rentals range from $500 per week for a one bedroom accomodation up to $3000 per week for a 3 bedroom rental. Of course location and ameneties play a part in the price of these rentals. Rentals located on the ocean with private beach acesss fetch a higher price than those without. Another factor which effects the price of Hilton Head rentals is the month that reservations are made. The tourist season on Hilton Head begins in April and continues until about August. Villa rental prices during these months are at a premium. With about a million vacationers to Hilton Head each year, it's easy to understand why rentals during these peak months are in such high demand.
Vacation home rentals on Hilton Head can range in price from $1000 to $8000 per week for some luxury oceanfront homes and condos. The number of bedrooms,amenities,location and season affect the rental prices of these homes.
Long and short term rentals are both readily available. Weekend vacations or rental arrangements lasting several weeks are commonly found. Most vacation rentals on Hilton Head Island include the standard amenities such as air conditioning, washer and dryerand cable television. Many villa rental choices include luxury features such as jacuzzis, indoor pools, ocean views, private beach access, tennis courts and golf facilities.
The vacation rental business on Hilton Head Island is highly competitive and many bargains can be found online. To save money, try to book your reservation in the off season months.Many times a villa or vacation rental can be purchased for at least half of what is charged during the peak tourist months.
There are a large number of hotels to chose from on Hilton Head Island. In general, prices range from$50 per night for basic accomodations to $200 per night for some of the more upscale lodgings.
Hilton Head Island is divided into plantations or communities. The various plantations offer differingcharacteristics and amenities. Before choosing your Hilton Head vacation it may be wise to consider the differences in plantations.
On the South West end of the island is Seapines plantation. Seapines was theisland's first developed area. Seapines is a mixture of residential and resort areas with 3 public golf courses,several tennis courts, beach, two marinas and the very popular Harbour Town shopping district.
Shipyard Plantation is best known for it's beautiful beach. Shipyard is a mixture of resorts and private residences. Bicycle and walking paths wind through the plantation's 800 acres. Several golf course call Shipyard home,including the Galleon, Brigantine and the Clipper.
Long Cove is a stricly residential area, with about 570 private homes.
Wexford Plantation is a private community of about 500 acres.
Palmetto Dunes is a mixture of resort and residential communities. Boasting over 3 miles of shoreline, Palmetto Dunes is a popluar renatl area. Shelter Cove harbour and marina is l ocated adjacent to this plantation and is host to numerous fesivals, celebrations and other island events.
Port Royal Plantation features several historical sites. The Island's namesake Captain Willian Hilton first landed here in 1663. The Port Royal resort features a convention center, entertainment and restuarant.
Palmetto Hall Plantation, the newest of the island's residential developments features two outstanding golf courses.
Located on the northern edge of the island is Hilton Head Plantation is home to golf course and country clubs. Miles of nature walks and bicycle trails cover the plantation which is also home to two nature preserves.
Indigo Run is a resdential plantation located in the central area of the island.
Spanish Wells is one the island's original developments and is a private community.
Windmill Harbour is home to the South carolina Yacht Club.
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