Recently converted office space is in the heart of Historic Georgetown, just steps away from wonderful restaurants, shopping, and the River Walk. Enjoy the private courtyard nestled near the entrance way which is perfect for morning coffee or evening relaxation. Enjoy the spacious living area, office, 2 bedrooms (one queen and two twin beds), and a fully equipped kitchen with a separate dining room. Two night minimum, please. One and 1/2 baths. In addition, a washer and dryer is on site. The owner is a Realtor with over 20 years experience selling property in the area. If you would like info on the area or to schedule a showing let her know. PLEASE LET US KNOW NUMBER OF GUESTS AT TIME OF BOOKING. MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GUESTS – 4.
The Lawft FAQ.
This is a list of our most frequently asked questions along with some helpful informative links to assist you in planning your trip to Georgetown and staying at The Lawft.
1.What is the nearest airport?
The nearest airport is Myrtle Beach. It is approximately a 45 minute drive to The Lawft. Charleston Airport is approximately one hour and 15 minutes away.
2.When can we check in?
Our check in time is 4:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time
3.When do we need to check out?
Our check out time is 10:00 am, Eastern Standard Time.
We have a very high standard of cleanliness that we demand of our housekeeping staff. In order to provide you with a home that meets our standards, they must have ample time to thoroughly clean between guests; therefore we must enforce our checkout time.
4.What if we arrive after the check in time?
We will coordinate with you prior to your arrival for the door codes.
5.What is provided in the home?
Our home is fully furnished with the following amenities. All linens, bedding, pots, pans, dishes and utensils are provided for your convenience. We also provide starter rolls of paper products that include toilet tissue, paper towels, and a few extra trash bags. Please feel free to use any spices, condiments, or other items in the kitchen.
6.What should we bring with us?
We suggest you bring along a few items to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. Since we only provide starter paper items and trash bags we suggest you bring along an additional supply of toilet tissue, paper towels, trash bags.
Be sure to bring all your toiletries including bath soap and shampoo.
7.What happens if I need to change or cancel my reservation?
We have a very strict No Refund policy. Once we block out days for your rental we cannot refund any portion of your payment.
We do however offer you options. First, you can move your dates as long as you do so at least 30 days prior to your original arrival date.
Second, you may purchase Travel Insurance to cover many situations.
8.Do you accept pets?
We have a no pets allowed policy.
9.Is there an age requirement for renting the home?
We only rent to individuals over the age of 25. The person renting the home is the responsible party for all guests in the home and must be over the age of 25. Proof of age must be shown at the time of check-in and anyone under the age of 25 will not be permitted to check in.
10.What time zone are you in?
We are located in Eastern Standard Time zone and observe Daylight Savings Time when in effect. Check-in and check-out times will be based on local time.
11.How far is it to the nearest grocery store?
You can shop at Piggly Wiggly or Food Lion, or Wal-Mart; all are located within 3 miles of the home.
Washer/dryer located on the first floor.
A Few Other Notable Places of Interest in the Neighborhood;
The Rice Museum
Through dioramas, maps, artifacts and other exhibits, visitors to the Museum are enlightened to the history of a society dependent on the rice crop.
633 Front Street
South Carolina Maritime Museum
It is the mission of the South Carolina Maritime Museum to tell the stories that are unique to South Carolina’s maritime history through photographs, documents, artifacts and interactive exhibits.
729 Front Street
The Kaminski House
The Kaminski House was built about 1769, and contains an outstanding collection of American and English antiques, from the 18th and 19th centuries.
1003 Front Street
Georgetown County Museum
Find countless photos and artifacts of Georgetown History.
120 Broad Street
One of the most noteworthy aspects of shopping in Historic Georgetown SC is that there are no big chain stores. Most every business is owned and operated by someone who lives locally. You will find unique housewares, wonderful boutiques for men and women filled with apparel ,accessories and shoes, precious children’s clothing, antiques, high-end outdoor furniture, light fixtures, art by local artisans, consignment items, books about coastal Carolina, and so much more!