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Litchfield, North Litchfield and Litchfield by the Sea are all located on an eight-mile stretch of beach in the Waccamaw Neck section of Georgetown County, South Carolina. The Waccamaw Neck is a long, narrow stretch of land bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by the Waccamaw River (the largest fresh water section of the Intracoastal Waterway).
There are great restaurants. The crab soup is a specialty, but there are other bounties from the sea. Like plump jumbo shrimp (you can catch smaller ones on your own in the salt creeks here if you want to invest in a net and have lots of energy), succulent oysters, soft shell or blue crab and the very freshest of fish in settings from casual to casually elegant with outside dining. We'll be glad to give you our own personal list of favorite restaurants.
You can steep yourself in more than 300 years of American history at Historic Georgetown, 20 minutes south. Tour a sea captain's home form the 1700's that House Beautiful calls a "must see." Visit the fascinating Rice Museum. And take a walking or tram tour of the city's proudly maintained historic district. There are river tours as well, or you can make your own day trip on the river by renting a pontoon boat. (The boat comes with a map that offers suggested trips.)
Minimum Stay: No advance reservations will be made for less than one week in season (June, July and August). Nightly rentals, however, can be arranged on some properties on a last-minute basis by calling our office on Tuesday before the weekend you plan to come to the beach. Please, three-night minimum.
Payment Policies: A reservation deposit is equal to half of the total rent. The deposit will be due in our office on or before the tenth day after your reservation is called in. You do not have to wait to receive our deposit request before sending in your deposit check. A personal check, American Express, Mastercard, or Visa is accepted. There is a $25 fee for any check returned due to insufficient funds.