Fall in Love With Myrtle Beach Bed and Breakfasts

All summer long, Myrtle Beach is one of the most family friendly beach cities around—but come fall, cooler temperatures and quieter crowds make the Grand Strand ready for romance. If you’re planning a romantic Myrtle Beach getaway or a grown-up weekend escape, make reservations at one of these comfortably elegant bed and breakfasts.
The Sea View Inn is one of our favorite Myrtle Beach bed and breakfasts

Sea View Inn

Nestled on one side against the sandy shore of a private beach and on the other by a serene salt marsh, it’s hard to imagine a more romantic setting than the Sea View Inn, one of our favorite Myrtle Beach bed and breakfasts. Just a short ride from downtown Myrtle Beach, the Sea View Inn is tucked in the cozy resort town of Pawley’s Island. Book a room here, and you’ll savor the slow pace of autumn on the island, whether you’re relaxing on the sand, crabbing in the salt marsh or cuddling by the fire on a chilly evening. The inn serves three meals a day of hearty, Southern-style dishes. The airy, wood-paneled rooms have charming cottage details and half-baths—which seems less-than-thrilling until the innkeeper points out the private hot water showers on the beach.

Serendipity Inn Bed and Breakfast

When autumn leaves start to fall, you can snag great deals at the Serendipity Inn. You can score a king suite here—with a full living room, kitchen, WiFi, and cable television—for around $500 per month. The themed rooms are comfortably appointed (I like the Kabuki suite with its antique mahogany bed), and the outdoor space has plenty of shady spots and an outdoor fire pit where you can relax in the still-warm weather. The continental breakfast is more casual than the dining room fare at some B&Bs, but you’ve got all of Myrtle Beach’s restaurants in your backyard when you stay here.

The Moore Farmhouse

It’s only 15 miles from the heart of Myrtle Beach, but the Moore Farmhouse feels like pure country. The four guest rooms at this century-old farmhouse feature antique style furniture and modern convenience. (Alma’s Room, with its gorgeous sleigh bed and generous whirlpool tub, is my favorite.) Take a stroll on the Conway River Walk, curl up with a good book from the library or play a friendly game of billiards downstairs. The breakfast, designed by the innkeepers’ chef son, includes dishes like stuffed French toast, frastratta (a frittata with a hashbrown crust), and blueberry pancakes.

Make your stay at one of these cozy Myrtle Beach bed and breakfasts even better with a fun ecotour or a fabulous round of golf!

Sea View Inn photo by Nathan Kirk Designs

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