Myrtle Beach is a classic East Coast vacation spot. With the famous boardwalk, scenic golf courses, and white sand beaches, there’s something for visitors of all ages and backgrounds. A seaside motel may have a sentimental charm, but nothing beats the prices and advantages that come from staying in a rental home. Airbnb Myrtle Beach has some amazing properties to choose from.
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Homes of this magnitude right on the beach are nearly impossible to find at this price point, making this North Myrtle Beach Airbnb a great deal. Plenty of parking, plenty of lounge space, and ample access to both the beach and the town welcome you and a crew of up to eight with open arms. Take advantage of the patio and the spacious yard.
The balcony of this Airbnb in North Myrtle Beach puts you right above the water, with incredible views of the sunrise unmatched anywhere else in the area. This place is literally built for looking at the sea — with large windows throughout and the ability to listed to the waves crash into the shore, you’ll have no problem relaxing. And when you do feel like venturing out, the sand is steps away.
This luxury escape is not your mother’s beach rental, not unless she was a very ambitious interior designer. Exploring the rooms in this eight-bedroom home will be an activity in and of itself. When you’re finished admiring the space, you can take a dip in your private pool or walk straight out onto the beach. It’s tucked away in a largely residential area of the Golden Mile neighborhood, so you can enjoy your privacy during the day and all the best dining and nightlife after dark. This space would be perfect for bachelorette/bachelor parties, or for a group of friends who like to step outside of the norm.
Sixteen guests, eight bedrooms Price: $1,309 a night
Not everyone who goes to the beach wants their space to be decked out in seashells and clam figurines. This condo would be best described as “beach chic.” Former guests have raved about the beauty of the space and the view, which you can admire by stepping out onto the 30-foot-long balcony. You’ll have direct beach access and the use of a pool that’s practically on the sand. The property is a short drive away from some truly beautiful golf courses, so make sure you book a tee time.
Fourteen guests, four bedrooms Price: $365 a night
Who says you need to go down to the beach to get a tan? With the amount of time you’ll be spending on this balcony, you won’t need to. This condo has a picturesque view and an equally beautiful deck to view it from. Inside you’ll be greeted by tropical decor in all shades of pink, blue, and green. In typical Myrtle Beach fashion, this rental is inside of a resort, so you’ll get to use all of the perks that come with that. If you’re craving an outing, two beautiful golf courses are within a five-minute drive.
This South Myrtle Beach Airbnb is akin to staying in a fancy Vegas hotel — should that hotel be located on the beach. You’ll be on the eighth floor of Compass Cove Resort, one of the area’s best, with oceanfront indoor and outdoor pools and all the amenities you’d expect at a world-class resort. Walk or transit everywhere, theres’s no need for a car, and the beach is right there.
When the host encourages you to bring your own jetski to an Airbnb in Myrtle Beach (or rent one onsite), you know you’re in for a good time. Such is the case at this property in south Myrtle Beach, with a pool and easy access to the waterway. Get out on said jetski or on a boat (also rentable nearby) and take in the area from the water. This spot is easy to get to from the airport and offers great access to both town and the beach.
Location, location, location. Where else could you and 11 other people stay directly on the beach with resort amenities for $30 each a night? This spacious condo overlooks the ocean from the eighteenth floor of the Paradise Resort, complete with beach access, pools, hot tubs, a lazy river, gym, tiki bar, and a Ben and Jerry’s. If by some miracle you run out of things to do on-site, you’re less than three miles away from the boardwalk and the Market Common for dining, shopping, and fun.
This adorable studio makes up in character what it lacks in size. It has a light and airy energy, from the curtains above the bed to the granite countertops. It looks more like the apartment of your coolest friend than a vacation rental. The studio is situated on the 21st floor of the Palace Resort. Not only will you have great beach access, but you’ll be able to take advantage of the resort’s amenities, including the pool, bar, restaurant, arcade, and putt-putt course. Whether you go alone or with a friend, you’ll probably want to move in.
If you’re the kind of person who would like to roll out of bed and step straight into a waterpark, you’re going to love this condo. Located within the Dunes Village Resort, you’ll have access to all the amenities and activities the resort provides. This would be the ideal rental for a family with one or more remote workers. With a supervised kid’s club, the little ones could have a full day of activities while parents take meetings and calls, all while looking out at one of the best views you could imagine.
This condo is where coastal decor meets whimsy. While it may look like a somewhat normal beach theme, there are a few details that make it entirely unique. The king bed is lined with colorful LED lights, a psychedelic electric fireplace is mounted to the wall, and you can read a book in the swing on the balcony. The Caravelle Resort offers amenities and activities to guests of all ages. If you’re looking to go off-campus, multiple well-loved restaurants are within walking distance.
This brand new home is situated in a quaint neighborhood where the streets are lined with brightly colored family getaways. If you don’t mind stepping away from the beachfront for a lower price, this space will suit you and your family perfectly. With a kitchen prepared for cooking meals of all sizes and a flat-screen television in every bedroom, it’s an ideal landing spot after a day at the beach. It’s also a great launching spot for a night on the town, with the boardwalk and the Broadway at the Beach shopping center just minutes down the road.
The Golden Mile is the most sought-after neighborhood in Myrtle Beach. It’s located right in the middle of the best shopping, dining, and nightlife, and as a bonus, it’s a two-minute walk to the beach. This three-story home is tastefully decorated, has plenty of private sleeping areas, and even has its own elevator. With five bathrooms and plenty of room for cars in the driveway, it’s the perfect place for a big group of friends to meet up and have an unforgettable time.
This is the kind of beach house that you’d see in a movie. With classic decor, luxurious amenities, and stunning outdoor space, this rental will probably make you feel like a king. If the pillared bathtub wasn’t enough, the pool and in-ground hot tub send it over the top. It’s located in the upscale Long Bay Estates neighborhood. This area borders the Myrtle Beach State Park and is just south of the Market Common which is known for high-end shopping and dining. The price may seem steep, but when you consider how many people you can fit, it’s perfectly reasonable.
Sixteen guests, six bedrooms Price: $1,434 a night
Pet-friendly Airbnbs in Myrtle Beach are hard to come by, but this one stands out because it doesn’t charge an extra fee. This family-friendly and pet friendly property in North Myrtle Beach rents to those 25 and older, and is perfectly comfortable for up to eight guests. It’s an entire home with a well-decked kitchen, comfortable bedrooms and living spaces, and a quiet patio. The town’s Windy Beach section is a great place to escape the madness of a popular tourist destination, and there’s no better place to do so than here.
According to EZ Home Search and Neighborhood Scout, Pine Lakes, Carolina Forest, The Dunes, Seagate Village, and Ocean Forest Villas / Pan American Tower are the most expensive neighborhoods in Myrtle Beach.
Is it better to stay in Myrtle Beach or North Myrtle Beach?
According to Seaside MB, the choice between Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach depends on personal preferences. Myrtle Beach is generally considered more crowded and lively, while North Myrtle Beach offers a quieter atmosphere, often preferred by families.
What time of year is Myrtle Beach cheapest?
Generally, the off-season months of late fall and winter tend to offer lower rates and greater availability of accommodations in Myrtle Beach. However, prices can also be influenced by specific events or holidays, so it’s best to check with specific hotels or travel websites for the most up-to-date pricing information.
What is the most walkable area of Myrtle Beach?
Myrtle Beach has many walkable areas, like Myrtle Beach Boardwalk Entertainment District, Murrells Inlet Marshwalk, Huntington Beach State Park, and Antigua. These are just a few examples of walkable areas in Myrtle Beach. It’s important to note that the walkability of an area can also depend on personal preferences and specific interests. Exploring different neighborhoods and attractions in Myrtle Beach can provide a better understanding of the walkable areas that align with your preferences.