15 unique holiday rentals from 28 different providers, such as Expedia or Casamundo, are listed in North Myrtle Beach. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo brings you the lowest prices and the highest rated rentals in North Myrtle Beach.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in North Myrtle Beach
Rentals can be filtered based on different criteria. Above, you will find the total number of lettings that provide a particular amenity in North Myrtle Beach. Many properties in North Myrtle Beach provide internet or pools, which makes it a great destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want a rental with a pool. Not as many accommodation options in North Myrtle Beach are available if you want a letting with a sauna or you need a cot for your baby , as saunas and cots are not often provided in North Myrtle Beach.
Price and Availability Index for North Myrtle Beach
Holiday Letting Price Information in North Myrtle Beach
We analysed price data and summarised them in this graph, which shows holiday letting prices for the next twelve months in North Myrtle Beach. Holiday letting prices are the highest in July (23/07 - 30/07). The cheapest week is in January (01/01 - 08/01). Prices fall to an average of £137 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in North Myrtle Beach
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in North Myrtle Beach. The most challenging week to find a letting in the next twelve months is in August (07/08 - 14/08). In contrast, only 12% of the holiday homes are booked during a week in November (27/11 - 04/12).
The Weather in North Myrtle Beach
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Above is a climate diagram for North Myrtle Beach. On average, the warmest month is July. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is October.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in North Myrtle Beach
In North Myrtle Beach, apartment rentals are the most prevalent accommodation type. These types of accommodation have a median size of 125 m² as well as cost, on average, £224 per night. Furthermore, if you're travelling in a group of 7, apartment rentals are a great accommodation type in North Myrtle Beach, as they are usually able to accommodate 7 holidaymakers. House rentals are the other most available type of accommodation in North Myrtle Beach. Our analysis reveals that the median cost of house rentals is £291 per night for an area of 198 m².
Book holiday accommodation in North Myrtle Beach for a fun coastal break
North Myrtle Beach is the home of 'the shag', South Carolina's iconic state dance. This seaside city is known for its classy shopping outlets, waterfront dining, theme parks, ghost walks, and beach activities. You could not wish for a better destination for a family trip, so book your North Myrtle Beach holiday accommodation now!
How to get to North Myrtle Beach?
Getting to your North Myrtle Beach accommodation
The city is served by Myrtle Beach International Airport, which is located 15 miles to the south of the downtown area. A taxi will get you quickly to your North Myrtle Beach accommodation, but renting a car is recommended as this will allow you to explore the region at your leisure. Travellers from further away can fly into the major international hub in Atlanta then take a quick connecting flight to Myrtle Beach.
Where to find the best food in North Myrtle Beach?
What to eat on your holiday in North Myrtle Beach
The casual Umberto's Trattoria serves up Italian fares, the menu featuring mussels, roasted garlic bulbs, veal cutlets sautéed in white wine, and lobster ravioli. For beautiful sunset vistas of the Intracoastal Waterway, dine at Greg Norman's Australian Grille. For a fun night out with drinks, dancing, karaoke, and shellfish thrown in for good measure, give CrawDaddy's a try.
What is the weather like in North Myrtle Beach?
When to visit North Myrtle Beach
The best time to visit North Myrtle Beach is between June and August, when the air and water are nice and warm. March through May will offer cheaper rates on North Myrtle Beach holiday lettings, and this is also the time when spring breakers arrive from across the country. Autumn has a charm of its own, while the winter months are decidedly quieter and could be a great time to take advantage of the best discounts on North Myrtle Beach holiday accommodation.
What are the top sights in North Myrtle Beach?
What to do in North Myrtle Beach
Grab a show at the Ghosts and Legends Theatre, where ghouls bring the Grand Strand’s haunted history to life. The Myrtle Beach Ghost Walk is another otherworldly experience, in which a tour group walks under moonlight through the natural coastal swamp at Barefoot Landing. Children are welcome on this tour, making it a great, spooky family option.
North Myrtle Beach offers an array of seaside activities such as jet ski lettings, parasailing, and banana boat rides. For a sophisticated night out with grown-up family and friends, try out the local casino and dinner cruises. Horse lovers should definitely stop by the Inlet Point Plantation Stables, while taking to the skies on a Myrtle Beach helicopter tour affords divine aerial views of the coast.
North Myrtle Beach has tons of shopping options ranging from outlet malls to indie boutiques and antiques shops. Experience the latest in eco-friendly transportation with Myrtle Beach Segway tours, a chance to glide past the Grand Strand's most scenic wetlands and wildlife preserves in futuristic style.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of North Myrtle Beach?
Art and culture in North Myrtle Beach
Begin your cultural sojourn in North Myrtle Beach with some live theatre. Shows are regularly performed at the Alabama Theatre and the House of Blues. For a lifelike cinematic experience complete with jerks, bumps, and dips, catch a film at Ripley's 5D Moving Theatre. Ripley's Aquarium houses five fun attractions that will keep you thoroughly entertained: Ripley's Haunted Adventure, Ripley's Believe It or Not, the 5D Moving Theatre, Ripley's Super Fun Zone, and the aquarium itself.
Where are the unique attractions in North Myrtle Beach?
Excursions around North Myrtle Beach
Drive down Myrtle Beach to the Hollywood Wax Museum Entertainment Centre if you fancy a selfie with Marilyn Monroe. Hannah's Maze of Mirrors, with its befuddling 288 turns through mirrored walls and archways, is quite a unique experience. History buffs will love the 1740-built Hopsewee Plantation, which lets you take a guided tour through old attics and cellars.
For seaside camping under the stars, plus extended birdwatching and fishing sessions, look no further than Huntington Beach State Park. Myrtle Beach Family Golf is more than just a golf course — million-year-old dinosaurs and a fire-breathing dragon await! Or how about gliding through the treetops of a thick forest while savoring gorgeous sea views? Well, it's possible at the Radical Ropes aerial adventure park. After all this stimulation and excitement, come home to unwind at your North Myrtle Beach holiday letting .
What are the best events and festivals in North Myrtle Beach?
Events and festivals in North Myrtle Beach
North Myrtle Beach holiday homes fill up fast in May and October, when Bike Week and the Atlantic Beach Bikefest are held. Myrtle Beach itself, just a short drive away, hosts plenty of annual festivals too.
This city goes all out to please visitors. Book your North Myrtle Beach holiday accommodation now and get exploring!
What are the must-see attractions in North Myrtle Beach?
North Myrtle Beach: Wineries, beaches and wildlife
Established in 1975, North Carolina's oldest winery is best-known for its for muscadine wines. Sit outdoors and savour your complimentary wine after the tasting tour.
Cherry Grove Beach
This clean and laid-back beach sits at the northern tip of the Grand Strand. There are numerous ice cream stalls, seafood shacks and bars nearby.
Cherry Grove Pier
This historic pier is gorgeous by lit by night, whilst in the day it is a great place for fishing or simply strolling along.
T.I.G.E.R.S. Preservation Station
Visit this preservation to see Royal White Bengal tigers, the rare Golden Tabby tiger and other varieties in a natural setting. Learn more about these majestic animals and how to protect their natural environments.
Located in Barefoot Landing, this is one of the world's largest facilities for reptiles. Tropical birds, albino alligators, grey wolves and flamingos await. The live shows are a particular highlight.
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in North Myrtle Beach?
On average, a Apartment rentals or House rentals in North Myrtle Beach costs £58 per night.
How many holiday homes are available to book in North Myrtle Beach?
November is the time of year with the highest amount of Apartment rentals and House rentals available in North Myrtle Beach, so you'll find plenty of great holiday deals during this month.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a North Myrtle Beach holiday home?
Finding accommodation in North Myrtle Beach for you and your dog is definitely possible, with 592 pet-friendly holiday homes available.
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