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Holiday Letting Price Information in Fripp Island
In the above graph, you will find information on average prices of the holiday lettings & cottages in Fripp Island. Fripp Island is more expensive in June (22/06 - 29/06), where prices are on average £259 a night. In January (26/01 - 02/02), prices will hit an average low of £200 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Fripp Island
Check how busy Fripp Island is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate is in June (29/06 - 06/07). Only 47 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, 88% of the lettings are still available during a week in December (01/12 - 08/12).
The weather in Fripp Island
Check out the climate diagram for Fripp Island. July is the warmest month of the year in Fripp Island with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 32°. However, temperatures can go lower than 5° in Fripp Island in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Spend some time in a holiday home on South Carolina's Fripp Island
Fripp Island holiday homes are surrounded by serene countryside, sweeping golf courses and deep blue ocean. Fripp Marina has been ranked the second best for fishermen across all of America. No wonder the aquatic splendor of the island draws visitors to the region from around the world.
Fun for kids on Fripp Island
Ride over to Camelot Farms and take up the chance to horseback ride on the beach, or go shelling at sunrise. Rent a boat from Island Excursions and discover dolphins feeding close to the beach. Head to Skull Inlet, where the kids can play in the mist cave and on the frog slide. Or take them to see a movie at Highway 21 Drive In - the most atmospheric way to spend time with the family.
Fripp Island and beyond: Explore South Carolina
Take a day trip over to St. Helena and learn about the traditions and history of Gullah culture in the United States. Or you can visit the Chapel of Ease, with its beautiful, serene architecture, stopping by the local farmers' market to purchase a traditional hand-crafted sweetgrass basket.
Fripp Island's attractions
Ocean Point Golf Links
Tee off on the green at one of South Carolina's championship golf courses. Small greens require skilled iron swings, while the ergonomic design of the course shelters you from pesky coastal breezes that might influence your game.
Right across the way from Barefoot Landing shopping and entertainment complex, you'll find Ocean Creek Resort. 57 acres of stunning grounds let you bike and walk to you heart's content. You can even enjoy a game of tennis, beach volleyball or take the kids putting on the green. Retire to your holiday letting or enjoy a little fine dining at superb restaurants while you watch the sun dip below the horizon.
Fripp Island Marina
Fripp's Marina puts it firmly on the South Carolina map. The Marina Store is a treasure trove for fishermen, offering every conceivable kind of tackle and accoutrement. Fishing Tournaments in the marina are some of the most popular local events, to which the community and visitors flock.
Fripp Island Golf & Beach Resort
There's so much going on at this idyllic beachside resort. Take a golf lesson or play a round on the par 71 golf course. Head to the Activity and Nature Centre and watch naturalists tend to the native turtles that inhabit the island. Go birding or crabbing, and so much more.
Hunting Island Lighthouse
This striking monochrome lighthouse towers over the coast, illuminating its rocks and guiding mariners with its glow. The original was built in 1853, but was blown up by retreating confederate forces in 1861 to hinder the oncoming Union fleet. It's the only lighthouse in South Carolina that the public can climb.
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