Myrtle Beach is a coastal city on the East Coast in South Carolina. Attracting honeymooners, families, and adventurous sun-bathing pets and their owners, this relaxed beach-town is the perfect destination for anyone who’s desperate for a mini-vacation.
Although most people come for the sun and surf, Myrtle Beach also has tons of other fun attractions, like golf courses, live concert venues, and the beautiful pet-friendly Myrtle Beach State Park.
While there are numerous hotels and resorts dotted along the shoreline, we recommend choosing one of these South Carolina Airbnb rentals instead. Not only will you have more space and a kitchen for cooking meals, but you’ll also have private sundecks, outdoor pools, and other great amenities you won’t find in a hotel. And best of all, they all allow pets, so you won’t have to leave your furry best friend at home!
1. Home with Backyard for Entertaining and Golf Cart
Fees:$25 per day per pet.
Policies:Pets must be approved beforehand.
Close to the beach and downtown, this home is the perfect jumping-off point for exploring the best of what Myrtle Beach has to offer. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathroom, along with an open kitchen and two living areas. By far the best feature of this home is the outdoor patio, which is perfect for cooking, hanging out, and entertaining. There’s a fire pit, gas grill, charcoal grill, BBQ smoker, and plenty of seating for relaxing.
If you’re feeling too lazy to walk to the beach, you can always take the golf cart in the garage. You heard us right! When you stay at this home, you’ll be able to use the golf cart to run errands, drive to the beach, or simply cruise around the neighborhood with your pup in tow. It makes driving to the beach almost as fun as the beach itself!
2. Modern Beach Home with Private Fenced-in Pool
Fees:$250 pet fee per stay.
Policies:2 dog maximum. Pets must be approved beforehand with a photo.
Can’t decide between the beach or the pool? Well when you stay at this condo in Murrells Inlet, you won’t have to choose. This tastefully updated 4 bedroom 4.5 bathroom home is just one block from the beach, so you and your pet can take daily walks before the crowds start to roll in. And once they do, you can head back home and hang out by the private fenced-in pool. There’s also a large grass area for your pet and a grill for hosting an evening BBQ.
If that’s not enough outdoor space for you, then you can also relax on one of the four decks. Three of the rooms have their own private balcony, so everyone can enjoy the picturesque views and fresh breeze whenever they’d like. As one of our top choices for vacation rentals in Myrtle Beach, you can’t go wrong when you choose this spacious home.
3. Bungalow Home with Large Fenced-In Backyard
Fees:$75 pet fee for the first pet, $50 pet fee for the second pet.
Policies:Pets are not allowed on the furniture.
With a spacious fenced-in yard with soft green grass, this charming bungalow is a dog’s dream. The backyard is massive with plenty of space to run and play while also having his own private area when duty calls in the middle of the night.
However, pet owners will also enjoy the relaxed vibe of this 3 bedroom 2 bathroom house. The open kitchen has a peninsula (perfect for entertaining and sharing meals), which opens up onto the living room. The house is also centrally located to numerous Myrtle Beach attractions, like Cherry Grove Beach and Big M Casino Boat, both of which are a short 5-10 minute drive away.
4. Beach House on Stilts Next to Cherry Grove Fishing Pier
Fees:$75 pet fee per stay.
Policies:Pets are not allowed on the furniture. Pets must not be left unattended unless crated.
You’d be surprised by how many people this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom house can sleep. Between all the King, Queen, Full, and sleeper sofa beds, this extra-large beach house can accommodate up to 15 guests! Walk up the stairs (the house sits on stilts due to it’s close location to the water) and enter the main living space, which has a living room, dining room, and attached washer and dryer. The kitchen is separated, although it’s spacious enough to have multiple cooks in the kitchen!
The location of this home is one of the biggest selling points. The Cherry Grove Fishing Pier is a mere 250 feet away, where you’ll find a bait and tackle shop, restaurant, and two-story observation deck overlooking the water. And if you have your fishing license, you can fish off the dock for speckled trout, Spanish mackerel, or dozens of other fish that lurk beneath the surface. However, you can still enjoy the fresh sea breeze without ever stepping foot outside (the home also has a private balcony).
5. Beachfront Home with Fishing Pier and Sunset Views
Fees:$200 per week.
Policies:Pets must be approved beforehand.
Wake up every morning to panoramic views of the marshy Murrells Inlet right outside your window. You can whisk away the day reclining on one of the rocking chair or sun-loungers while you soak in the marsh views while watching for wildlife (pelicans and egrets are a few of the neighborhood’s residents). Or you can unwind with a glass of wine while you enjoy your front-row seat to the colorful sun setting off in the distance.
Inside the home, you’ll find 5 bedrooms and 3 bedrooms which can comfortably sleep up to 10 guests. The main living space is surrounded by a fully equipped kitchen and dining room, although we bed you’ll be taking most of your meals outside on the deck. The beachfront home has it’s own fishing pier and shore front, so you won’t have to go far to enjoy a day at the beach.
6. Charming Cottage in Quiet Residential Neighborhood
Fees:$250 refundable cleaning fee, $50 non-refundable pet fee per dog.
Policies: None listed.
This adorable green cottage is the perfect place for a weekend escape to Myrtle Beach. It’s located in a quiet residential neighborhood which makes the perfect setting for a long afternoon walk with your pup. There’s also a small fenced-in back yard (with a BBQ grill), so you can also let your pet off-leash while you’re enjoying some time outdoors.
Inside this 1-story cottage are 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, so it’s far bigger than it looks from the outside. The master bedroom has a King bed, while the other two rooms have double bunk beds (which is great if you’re traveling with friends or kids). The open kitchen has a peninsula with bar seating, while the neighboring dining room area has additional chairs for four others. Next to the dining area, you’ll find a living room with two couches and a massive flat-screen TV for game days or movie nights.
7. Luxury Home on Stilts Next to Beach for 10 Guests
Policies:2 dog maximum. Pets must be cleaned and free of sand before entering the home.
This newly remodeled beach home in North Myrtle Beach is guaranteed to be your home away from home. Between the four beautifully furnished bedrooms and the fully-equipped chef’s kitchen (with a granite countertop island), this home feels more like a luxury hotel than it does a rental home! In addition to the two outdoor decks, this home also has a covered ground floor patio, which a picnic table, swing set, and bbq grill.
And if you and your pet are craving more outdoor adventure, you can walk two blocks down the road to Windy Hill Beach, where you can spend the day swimming, sunbathing, or boogie boarding. Downtown restaurants, shops, and music venues are also just around the corner, so you’ll have plenty of entertainment at your fingertips if you choose to go out.
8. Beach-Style Home With Private Outdoor Pool
Fees:$285 pet fee per stay.
Policies:2 dog max. Dogs are not allowed on the furniture.
As one of our favorite places to stay in the Myrtle Beach area, this 4 bedroom 3 bathroom (which can sleep up to 12 people) has everything you could possibly want in a vacation rental. There’s a sun deck for lounging, a fenced-in backyard for pets, and an outdoor pool for taking a quick, refreshing afternoon dip! And if that’s still not enough entertainment for you, the home also features 3 flat-screen TVs, 2 living/gathering spaces, a master bath with soaking tub, and a ping pong table.
But if you’re interested in a day at the beach, then you’ll be happy to know that the home is just a couple of blocks from the water. Not to mention, you can also walk or drive to numerous restaurants and shops at the bustling Barefoot Landing shopping complex. While you’re in the area, stop by Duplin Winery for a sweet wine tasting. And don’t leave your four-legged friend at home – their outdoor patio is dog-friendly!
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