Location : Shipyard (clear)
*Excluding Taxes & Fees
Beachwalk rental villas are a great economical vacation spot for visitors who come to Hilton Head Island. These resort-style townhomes offer one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom floor plans in Shipyard Plantation, an 805 acre resort that offers a relaxing setting for golf, tennis or beach pleasures on pristine hard-packed sand. Beachwalk Villas are located at the end of Shipyard Drive, across the street from the Shipyard Racquet Club and the Sonesta Resort (formerly the Crowne Plaza), making them the closest accommodations to the Shipyard section of beach and the Shipyard Beach Club!
Beachwalk villas have lots of windows and skylights, and sundecks outside. Beachwalk has curbside parking in front of each building, exterior stairways to second-floor units, and a community swimming pool Many of the buildings other than the poolside ones are sited along the golf course and lagoons, with views of the 6th fairway of the Galleon Golf Course, across a long lagoon that separates the villas from the golf course for privacy.
Guests here will enjoy a wide variety of amenities. The complex pool is a great place to cool off after rounds of golf or a bicycle ride along the miles of bike paths that weave in and out of Shipyard Plantation. If you would rather catch some waves in the Atlantic Ocean, easy beach access is literally right across the street.
Tennis Magazine has named Shipyard as one of the 50 greatest US tennis communities! Van Der Meer tennis courts are located in Shipyard Plantation at the Shipyard Racquet Club. With more than 20 tennis courts and an enormous staff of qualified tennis professionals able to assist players at all levels of skill, this teaching facility is just outside your door at Beachwalk, so the condos here are a great place to stay while enjoying a Hilton Head tennis vacation.
Beachwalk villas are also a great vacation spot for golfers. Shipyard has 27 holes of golf, managed by the Heritage Collection. The Shipyard Golf Club is comprised of three different courses, Clipper Course, Galleon Course and Brigantine Course, that can be played in three eighteen-hole combinations. With more than 25 water hazards and tons of sand bunkers, be sure to buy some extra golf balls before teeing off!