Location:Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Property Type:Vacation Home
Amenities:BBQ, Cable/Satellite TV, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Dishwasher, Full kitchen, Internet Access, Laundry, Linens, Microwave, Patio, Phone, Refrigerator, Shower, Stove, Swimming Pool, TV, Video Game Console, Wireless Internet Access
Activities:Beach, Biking, Volleyball
Description:HURRY 38 WEEKS ALREADY BOOKED FOR 2014 RECENT REMODEL WITH FLOOR PLAN UNIQUE FOR TANGLEWOOD VILLAS...COMPLIMENTARY DOLPHIN CRUISE INCLUDED CONDITIONS PERMITTING. This beautiful, two bedroom, Keyless entry, Tanglewood Villa is perfectly located in the popular South Forest Beach Area of Hilton Head Island, overlooks the pool and is only 900 feet from one of the best Atlantic Ocean beaches in America, and is within one mile of the Sea Pines Plantation Ocean Gate. The beach's hard white sand is ideal for beachcombing, jogging, bike riding, bocce ball, volleyball, paddleball, and 'building castles in the sand.' Request the very special, complimentary and private Dolphin/Scenic Cruise in Calibogue Sound. This cruise is provided on the owners personal Coast Guard Inspected 27' inboard/outboard, conditions permitting. SEE DOLPHINS swim, play and feed while cruising Calibogue Sound and viewing the Harbour Town Lighthouse, Tybee Lighthouse, Haig Point Lighthouse, and the impressive, luxurious yachts docked in Harbour Town Marina. COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE: As you enter the bright and cozy villa, the fully equipped kitchen with granite counters and new cabinets is on your left and opens to the dining and living areas. Next to the dining area with seating for 6 is the Family Room with sleeper-sofa, 37” LCD TV with DVR, Sony Playstation 2 with 12 games, a large glass slider opens onto a porch, overlooking the pool and patio area with grill. A half bath is conveniently located on this level. Two bedrooms, full bath with oversize shower and granite countertop, washer & dryer, are on the second level. Master with queen bed and 32' LCD digital TV, overlooks the pool. Guest bedroom has a queen bed and 24' LCD TV with DVD. Wireless, High speed internet connection provided...bring your laptop. Linnens and a starter set of dish detergent, hand and bath soap, paper products are provided. Reserved parking space right outside the door. We provide a guide with maps, a beach caddy to make your short trip to the beach even easier, 2 beach chairs, and directions and suggestions of things to do and see. Request additional info. YOUR HOME AWAY FROM HOME: After a day enjoying the sights, sounds and smells of island living, you will look forward to a great night’s sleep on the luxurious linens and memory foam bedding in both the master and guest bedrooms equipped with ceiling fans and cable TV. You will find convenience in the large walk in shower with seating for two. When you choose to eat in, you will find everything you need to prepare a gourmet meal or a simple snack in the fully equipped kitchen which includes a glass-top stove, microwave, dishwasher, and refrigerator with an ice maker. When you choose to relax in your home away from home, you will enjoy the comfortable furniture and large LCD HDTV and stay connected through wireless high speed internet. Cellular phone coverage is excellent especially in this South Forest Beach area. Coffe on the porch or a quick dip in the pool are great ways to begin or end your day. YOUR UNFORGETABLE VISIT TO SAVANNAH: …begins with a 45 minute ride under a canopy of ancient Oaks draped with Spanish Moss. When you arrive in historic Savannah, you will find tourist-related businesses as you do in any place that attracts a lot of visitors – T-Shirt shops, bars, carriage rides, walking tours “hop on-hop off” tours, beaches, boats and so on. But you will also find the friendliest locals and a city, due to its original planning, that is a comfortable place to visit, to absorb the past, revel in beautiful architecture, squares and parks, and interesting sites not readily available anywhere but in the south. What makes Savannah historic? Lots! It was founded in 1733 by James Oglethorpe, who arrived from England with 114 settlers. Lore has it that those 114 were poor, persecuted men and women who were seeking a new life in the new world. This turns out to be just one of the many myths connected with Savannah’s history. Savannah’s roots are pre-Revolutionary War, ancient in America’s terms.