Five-Star Kitchens You’ll Love in Seaside Realty Vacation Homes

A day surfing and relaxing around Myrtle Beach really works up an appetite. Instead of dining out every night of your vacation, why not whip up dinner in your vacation home’s kitchen? Check out these five-star kitchens in our rental properties perfect for cooking up a delicious meal:

Mandalay By The Sea

With granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, this kitchen feels like something straight out of an interior design magazine. In addition to the beautiful kitchen, this home offers a private pool, interior jacuzzi, and six bedrooms.

The Bellagio

When you vacation at The Bellagio, you’re in for a luxurious stay. The gourmet kitchen in this oceanfront rental home features a gas stove, granite counters, and double ovens. On top of that, there are also two separate wet bars perfect for mixing a cocktail in the evening while dinner is cooking.

Anchors Away

Coziness and elegance combine in the kitchen at Anchors Away. If you’re looking for a smaller property to rent for your next vacation, this house has you covered. Not only does this three bedroom home have its own pool and boat ramp, it’s also pet-friendly!

Family Tides

The kitchen in Family Tides really channels the beach vibes. The granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and bar seating will have you wishing you could live here year around. Family Tides has five bedrooms and a private pool and is only a short walk to the beach.

Surfwatch III 301

Even if you’re vacationing in a condo instead of a full house, you can still have a luxurious full-size kitchen. There’s plenty of counter space and all the appliances you’ll need to cook up a meal for your family at Surfwatch III 301. This two bedroom oceanfront condo is ideal for a small family wanting a relaxing week at Myrtle Beach.

 
This is just a taste of some of the beautiful kitchens and homes we have for rent in the Myrtle Beach area. Check out the full list of vacation properties here.

Things To Know About Hurricane Preparedness

 

Things To Know About Hurricane Preparedness

Many vacationers don’t know that hurricane season for the southeast coastal region lasts from May through November. With Hurricane Irma making landfall as early as this weekend, there are important things you should know about hurricane preparedness.

A hurricane is a lot more than just a whole lot of wind. For instance, the ocean’s storm surge may extend beyond the immediate coastal areas. Hurricanes also bring high winds, tornadoes, heavy rains, and flooding to inland regions. It’s important to know how to prepare for this ahead of time.

Before the Storm

If you live or are visiting along the coast, plan an evacuation route. Stay tuned to your local television and radio stations (104.1 and 106.5 for Grand Strand area) for emergency evacuation information. Learn safe routes inland. If you are on vacation in the area talk to the hotel or resort management about their storm procedures. 

During the Storm

Stay tuned to your local television and radio stations for emergency information. Keep a battery-operated, solar-powered or hand-crank-operated radio or television for use during power outages. Stay inside a well-constructed building away from windows and doors, even if they are covered. Go to an interior first-floor room, closet, or under the stairs and stay alert. Tornadoes are often spawned during hurricanes. If the “eye” of the storm passes over your area, be aware that severe conditions will return with winds from the other direction in a very short time. Limit your non-emergency phone calls. Keep calls brief to minimize network congestion. Wait at least 10 seconds before redialing a call. For non-emergencies, try text messaging from your mobile device. Once the storm passes, be patient. You will most likely not be able to return home right away.

Shelters

Emergency shelters will be opened if a hurricane approaches South Carolina. Before heading to a public shelter, first consider staying with family and friends or in a hotel out of the evacuated area. If those options are unavailable, the American Red Cross will provide a safe place to stay when you have no other place to go. Cots and blankets will only be provided in the public shelter after hurricane conditions subside. Although food may be provided, specialty items for infants and individuals on restricted diets may not be available.

Stay Connected

During a major disaster, there will be a lot of information available online at various sites. Some information will be accurate while other sources can be misleading. Check your local town or county’s website or verified social media channels to find resources such as advisories on shelters, routes, detours and road closures, ways to return home and storm clean-up information.

You can use social media from your mobile device to post your status to let family and friends know you are safe. In addition to Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and others, you can use resources such as the American Red Cross’s Safe and Well Program . 

After the Storm

If you have evacuated, some areas may be inaccessible even after the official evacuation order is rescinded. Return only after local authorities advise it is safe to do so. Keep tuned to your local radio and TV stations and monitor social media for recovery information. Take the following precautions after the storm:

  • Avoid downed and sagging power lines.
  • Avoid flooded roads and washed-out bridges and roadways.
  • Inspect the utilities around and in your home
  • Beware of snakes, insects and other animals driven to higher ground by floodwater.
  • Let a relative know you are home
  • Monitor the radio, TV and social media

If you have any questions or concerns about the hurricane policies at Seaside Rentals please don’t hesitate to contact us.