- As low as $408/Night
- 6 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- Sleeps 12
- 6 bedrooms
- 7 bathrooms
- Air conditioning
- Barbecue grill
- Bed sheets provided
- Birdwatching nearby
- Ceiling fan
- Coffee/tea maker
- Dining table
- Fishing nearby
- Fitness facilities nearby
- Golf nearby
- Golf privileges
- Golfing on site
- Hair dryer
- Horse riding nearby
- Hunting nearby
- Iron/ironing board
- Jetted bathtub
- Laundry detergent
- Limited housekeeping
- Living room
- Near a hospital
- Near a zoo
- Near laundromat
- Near outlet shopping
- Near the bay
- Near the beach
- Near the sea
- No pets allowed
- Onsite parking
- Onsite parking options include a garage
- Sailing nearby
- Shared/communal pool
- Shower/tub combination
- Smart TV with cable/satellite service
- Smoke-free property
- Spa tub
- Surfing/body boarding nearby
- Swimming nearby
- Tennis on site
- Towels provided
- Washing machine and dryer
- Water park
- Water tubing nearby
- WiFi available
About this Property
- Sleeps 12
- 6 Bedrooms
- 7 Bathrooms
- Private vacation home
Welcome to Eliza Clare, a handsome 6-bedroom vacation rental located on Permit Court in the gorgeous DeBordieu community. This cavernous property offers a ideal home away from home for your next beach vacation, with plenty of amenities and a handsome lake view.
Spread over three floors, the home features balconies on each floor, providing impressive vistas of the lake. The interior is modern and family-friendly, with a living area and a flat screen TV on each floor, WiFi, and cable. The property also features covered parking, a hammock, a corn hole game setup, a grille, elevator, covered porches, ceiling fans, stainless steel appliances with a gas stove, and a jetted tub in the third-floor bathroom. Additionally, a huge mud room with a full-size washer and dryer and an iron/ironing board are available for guest use, and there is an outdoor hot/cold shower.
Guests at Eliza Clare also receive a social membership that provides access to both community pools and dining. Club membership can be obtained through DeBordieu directly and is subject to a $200 per day fee. Additionally, a $250 VayK Gear credit is supplied with the home, which can be used to rent bicycles, beach chairs, umbrellas, and more. All gear is available for delivery the day you arrive.
If you're looking for the ideal vacation rental in DeBordieu, look no further than Eliza Clare. Book your stay today and start planning an memorable beach vacation!
SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS: Sleeps 12
Master Bedroom (Third Floor): King Bed
Guest Bedroom (Third Floor): 2 Twin Beds
*Third Floor shares master bathroom
Guest Bedroom (Second Floor): 2 Twin Beds with Private Bath
Guest Bedroom (Second Floor): Queen Bed with Private Bath
Guest Bedroom (First Floor): 2 Twin Beds with Private Bath
Guest Bedroom (First Floor): Queen Bedroom with Private Bath
Half baths are featured on the first and second floors in the living areas.
Bed & bath linens included
NO Smoking, NO Animals
min. Occupancy: 12
WEEKLY ONLY IN THE SUMMER MONTHS
No motorbikes or motor homes are allowed on the property.
About the Area
Located in Georgetown, this vacation home is near the beach. Rice Museum and Georgetown County Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include Hobcaw Barony and Hampton Plantation State Historic Site. Jet skiing and scuba diving offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling and horse riding nearby.
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
- Pets not allowed
Our top Rental property booking tips and tricks:
When to reserve a Georgetown, SC rental home & When to go:
- Summer is the most expensive season along the coast of SC. Booking in the Fall or Spring shoulder seasons is an excellent way to save on your vacation home. Rates are lower, and you'll find a larger selection of desirable homes. Many vacationers use this method to find larger homes within budget, or to book a beach front rental that would otherwise be unavailable or unaffordable during the Summer.
- Book your vacation rental as early as possible. Rental schedules usually become available twelve months in advance (or in September just after Summertime ends). Many groups reserve their Summer rental homes during Winter holiday gatherings. Reserve before these holidays for best selection.
- Active Duty and veterans of the US Armed forces may qualify for special discounts. Be sure to ask your prospective property manager whether your family qualifies for a price reduction or discount.
- Booking websites usually offer their guests an option to purchase vacation insurance protection. Trip insurance, which costs between 1% - 5% of the base reservation price, offers visitors reimbursement of costs for any missed trip time as a result of medical-related issues or weather disasters, as well as ensuing additional hurricane evacuation costs, such as an unanticipated hotel overnight or additional gasoline expenses. Trip insurance can be a a bank account-saver if the unforeseen occurs. Ask the property owner for program terms and fees.
- Find a copy of your local Georgetown, SC visitors guide magazine upon checking in. If your rental home doesn't have one, you can find them at local shops and fuel stations. In addition to great articles, visitors guide magazines contain money saving offers on nearby restaurants, attractions, and tours.
How to select the best vacation rental:
- First and foremost, have your family commit to the best dates and a maximum budget.
- Determine how many beds and the configuration you need. Beautiful and spacious 6 bedroom home in DeBordieu has 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. If you need a larger or smaller rental, use our rental home search.
- Precise descriptions of bedrooms and bed sizes & counts is regularly available online. If they are not listed, call the property owner before booking the home. Note that most properties list maximum guest capacity, which often includes sofa beds. You'll need to establish which bed configuration is optimal for your group.
- Are you visiting for a single event? If so, use a map search to locate nearby properties.
- Suitable accessibility amenities can make or break a vacation for the less-mobile. Confirm all necessary amenities are included before reserving a rental
- If your group is traveling with pets, you'll need to search for a property that allows animals. Get details on breed, size, and type requirements. Be aware that some hosts charge pet deposits and fees.
During your stay:
- We recommend storing the manager's contact information in your smartphone and wallet.
- During arrival, document any damages to the rental property and immediately alert the property manager. Record all correspondence just in case a dispute arises.
- Hosts are available to help! Don't be shy to ask any questions during your stay.
- Be a good neighbor! You wouldn't like loud visitors disrupting your peaceful home life. Apply the golden rule for common sense. If they like you, locals might even recommend great local food and places you would've not otherwise known about!
- Speaking of neighbors... Ask a local resident! Local residents can often help you find exactly what you're looking for. Who better to ask where to take kids for a treat, have a great night out, or the best spots for fishing?
- Ensure you protect the rental owner (and your things!) by locking the rental when you are out, just like you would back home.
- Don't leave anything behind! Just before you drive away, walk through the rental property to reconfirm you've collected all personal belongings. Check garages, decks, and cabinets for hidden items. Clean out the refrigerator and take or dispose of leftovers.
- Record a video to document the condition of the property.
- After your trip, leave feedback! Property owners rely on excellent ratings to drive future bookings. They'll be much obliged for your feedback. Alternatively, if something went awry, other vacationing families will be thankful you shared your experience find their best vacation home. Please be fair with your feedback If something fell short of expectations, consider whether the property manager had any control over the issue, and if so, whether they responded expeditiously to solve it.