Hilton Head Island Pet Friendly Homes and Villas

Looking for a great spot to enjoy your pet friendly vacation? You may have just found it. Hilton Head is a great place for your pets to vacation. From ocean front homes to secluded villas, there truly are some outstanding pet friendly homes and villas on Hilton Head. Pet friendly homes and villas can be found in all the resort area, and in all sizes.  Below is a partial listing of the Hilton Head Island pet friendly vacation homes and villas we market. The rates are the base ranges from the low winter season to the high vacation season. These rates do not include the taxes. Some units do have a pet rent.

Hilton Head pet friendly homes and villas Base Rental price range Description of Pet friendly homes and villas on Hilton Head 
99 Dune lane $2600-$4500 Oceanfront 4 bedroom 2 bath home in North Forest Beach. Let him run.
9 Pelican $1200-$2300 Three bedroom 2 bath home in North Forest Beach ~ seven houses from the beach
Moorings Villa $800-$1300 Two bedroom palmetto Dunes Villa only steps to the beach
18 Wren drive $950-$1600 Three bedroom Sea Pines vacation home in the South Beach area. Large back yard
55 Night Heron $750-$1200 Two bedroom home near the beach in Sea Pines
2 Duck Hawk 4695 Four  bedroom Sea Pines beach oriented home
5 Duck Hawk $1900-$3300 Four bedroom Sea Pines home on the beachwalk
38 Canvasback $5400-$9500 Oceanfront home in SeaPines-5 bedrooms and 5.5 baths
Lighthouse Rd Villa $800-1300 Sea Pines villa close to beach
7 Rice Lane $1000-$1600 Three bedroom Sea Pines home
240 Evian $750-$1450 Three bedroom Shipyard Villa
5 Cotton Lane $925-$1445 Three bedroom Sea Pines
462 Plantation Club $760-$1135 Two bedroom Sea Pines villa
212 Beachwalk $730-$1240 Two bedroom Shipyard villa
1587 Lagoon Villa $1000-1500 Three bedroom Sea Pines villa in South Beach
Sea Spray   Four bedroom home in north Forest Beach
2 Driftwood   Three bedroom beach oriented in forest Beach
20 Knotts Way   Luxury six bedroom third row home
597 Wildwood Spa $600-$1200 Two bedroom Townhome in Sea Pines
     

What is there for my pet to do?

According to Molson, our Labrador, and Jenny, our Heintz, there are plenty plenty of pet friendly places and things to do on Hilton Head. A favorite is the beach, especially early morning or late evening. As long as they are under voice command you can let them enjoy the surf and sand. Bring a ball or frisbee with you and really let them chase. On caveat: avoid the mid day as it gets a bit too hot for them. 

Another good spot is the "Dog Park" at the Chapin Community Park, located mid island. Here you can really let them run free. There is even a smaller park for the little ones. This is Hilton Head pet friendly at its best. These two parks  are another super spot to allow your best friend to socialize. The Sea Pines Forest Preserve is a great place for a long walk, and they can view all types of wildlife. Just make sure you do not let them go swimming in the lakes. There are alligators living in the waters.

 Since there are miles and miles of bike trails throughout the Island, and there are plenty of gorgeous spots to simply walk. In the evenings both Molson and Jenny enjoy going to Shelter Cove, South Beach or Harbourtown to listen to the free entertainment. The only drawback is they need to be on their leashes. They also enjoy the al fresco dining.

 We hope to see you on the beaches of Hilton Head. Molson is easily recognized: 10 years old, 115 pounds, Black Lab with a red bandana tied around his neck, a pleasant disposition, and always looking for someone to play in the surf. I'll be the one on a leash

We have added some words on traveling with your pet You may find some of them helpful, especially if it is t first time traveling with you dog.

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