COVID-19 Information

April 1, 2020 DHEC (Department of Health & Environment) has closed all commercial/community pools until further notice.  This Read More

Two-Wheel Tango

For locals and visitors alike, biking has become a popular mode of transportation on our small island.    Renting bikes Read More

Plant-Based Dining on Hilton Head Island

  Do you enjoy the challenge of dining out while on vacation…finding the hidden gems that source from Read More

Help Protect the Loggerhead Turtles

Hilton Head Island is so very fortunate the Loggerhead Sea Turtle population has decided to call our island Read More

Fluffy needs a beach vacation as well….

With so many guests looking for pet-friendly properties, we are happy to provide this guide to a pet-friendly Read More

For The Adventurous Vacationer…

Seeking outdoor adventure while on vacation? Not everyone comes to Hilton Head Island to work on their tans Read More

Planning a “Race-cation”?

Do You Enjoy Racing Or Training While On Vacation? When most people think Hilton Head Island, they think Read More

Beachside Bites & Brews: Chow Daddy’s

I love to eat! Anyone who knows me can attest to my love for food (and cooking). I’m a southern girl who can’t resist collard greens, cornbread, boiled peanuts, grits and all the other stereotypical southern style foods. Although my palate has not changed, over the past 5 years I have made a shift and gravitated more towards foods that are probably considered on the healthier spectrum such as kale, quinoa, brussel sprouts, salads…lots of salads…and I’ve always loved any and all seafood. That is just a long winded explanation for why I love this next restaurant… Read More

Beachside Bites & Brews- French Bakery

I just returned from a celebratory lunch at The French Bakery with a good friend and my belly Read More

Is it Inappropriate to Lick My Plate Clean?

Being in the vacation rental business, it’s not uncommon to work 7 days a week. During the busy rental season, which typically runs from mid-March through mid-October on Hilton Head Island, the work week for me is Monday–Saturday, although I’m on call 24/7, which leaves me Sunday for family, relaxing and adventures. A normal Sunday for my husband, fur baby & I includes a day on the boat cruising the intracoastal waterways and catching up with our boating buddies. Our “Sunday Funday” this past weekend started much later in the day than normal, so we decided to turn the trip into dinner by boat. So our little family set out for Shelter Cove Marina with empty bellies and no exact plan of where we would end up for dinner. Read More