When There’s No Room at the Inn, Come Stay With Us

We love this time of year! Everywhere you look there are beautiful decorations stung up for the holiday, lots and lots of local events to take part in, and the joy of the season just seems to be with everyone! All of us at Grande Shores would like to wish you and your family a very blessed and merry Christmas!
When There's No Room at the Inn, Come Stay With UsIf you have guests arriving from out of town but don’t have enough beds to handle them all just give us a call and we’ll put them up in one of our Myrtle Beach holiday rentals. Our comfortable accommodations come nicely furnished and beautifully decorated with kitchens containing all they’d need for holiday meal prep. To be honest, we don’t think they’ll mind at all that you didn’t have room for them at your house.
Many people come to the area and want to be near the beach. Many of our Myrtle Beach rentals are oceanfront providing phenomenal views of up and down the coastline. Your guests will enjoy strolling the waterfront each day, looking for shells while feeling the rejuvenating effects that can only be found right here at the beach.

Nights of a Thousand Candles
is definitely worth seeing if you have never been to Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet or if you have visitors coming over the holiday that you want to impress. Walk the paths with a warm cup of cider, hear the sounds of hand bells ringing, carolers singing, and celebrate the season with family and friends. An 80-foot-tall fir tree decorated with 70,000 lights will be lighted in ceremonial fashion at 5:45 p.m. every night. See the gardens come to life amid the soft glow of 5,500 handlit candles and sparkling lights from 3-10 p.m. on Dec. 15-18.
Christmas performance by the Pawleys Island Concert Band under the direction of Carson Turner. Dec. 13, 7 p.m., Pawleys Island Community Church. Free
The annual Lighting of the Menorah will begin at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 24 – the first night of Hanukkah – in Valor Memorial Garden at The Market Common, with Rabbi David Weissman.

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