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Traditions are the staple of the holiday season, and after celebrating the holidays in the breathtaking resort of Palmetto Bluff, you may just start a new one that includes celebrating here year after year. Palmetto Bluff is one of those places that is a destination in and of itself, and this place is truly magical. It’s 20,000+ acres of natural, wild beauty set on the May River marshes that offers up exquisite luxury, and an endless array of things to see and do. You can soak up fun and family
There’s something special about celebrating the holiday season in Charleston and it’s more than just our warmer weather! While you can trade your heavy coats and snow lined streets for palm trees and mild temperatures to experience an unforgettable holiday season in the Holy City, that’s really just the beginning. With fall festivals, oyster roasts, parades, light displays, and black tie affairs, Charleston has got everything you need to enjoy the holidays with friends and family.
Roughly two hours or so from Charleston down Hwy 17 gets you to Palmetto Bluff, or “The Bluff ” as it’s affectionately known. Charlestonians have their getaway places. In the summer it’s often to the mountains of North Carolina and in the fall there is simply no better place to be than The Bluff, located in Bluffton SC. This lowcountry getaway, drips old southern charm, offering up hospitality at the highest level and catering to a crowd that appreciates an outdoor-centric, sporting lifestyle. In Palmetto Bluff, this resort getaway designed
Charleston and the surrounding suburbs have experienced a surge of growth within the last few years both in population and industry. Rental properties are in high demand for this very reason. Newcomers often need time to explore their new environment and get the lay of the land before they buy. Others need somewhere to nest while they are renovating or building a new home in many of the areas resort-like planned communities. Moving is a monumental task and trying to figure out where and what to rent while you’re in