A relaxing family vacation doesn’t have to include expensive attractions and dining out three meals a day. All you really need is a quiet, relaxing place to get away from it all and reconnect with the people you love the most. Tilghman Beach and Golf Resort in North Myrtle Beach is the perfect setting for exactly that kind of getaway.
Tilghman Beach and Golf Resort is a condo complex with both owners and rental units available. It’s located directly across the street from the ocean and the beach, with many units boasting private balconies with sweeping views of the Atlantic.
Renting a condo instead of booking a traditional hotel room for your beach vacation gives you the opportunity to wash and dry your clothes (which means packing less and having dry beach towels!), fix your own meals, and relax in a home-like environment. You will need to buy groceries, but you’ll save on food costs overall by not having to rely on restaurants for every meal. When you do want to have someone else do the cooking, you’ll find a number of restaurants within walking distance or a short drive away from Tilghman. The condos themselves will also offer much more space than a hotel room, an important feature for families traveling together. Our condo had three bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a large kitchen, dining area and living room with plenty of room for the four of us to stretch out.
While any condo can provide these particular benefits, what sets Tilghman apart are their additional amenities. You’ll find an indoor and outdoor pool that’s open late and a lazy river that’s fun for kids and adults. There’s also free movie rentals available on site with an impressive selection of new releases and family-friendly titles. A day at the beach or pool followed by a family movie night can be an incredible stress reliever if your family tends to be overscheduled at home. Of course, if you do need to check back into real life during your stay, there’s free wifi available in each unit.
Find out more or book online at the Tilghman website.
Our family received a complimentary two-night stay at Tilghman during our Myrtle Beach visit.
Photo by Britt Reints