Litchfield By the Sea is an award winning 600-acre resort located in the beautiful Pawleys Island / Litchfield Beach area of the Grand Strand, approximately 16 miles south of Myrtle Beach. The relaxed and secluded location provides an escape from busy Myrtle Beach, yet is still close enough for guests to enjoy all the entertainment and attractions. This beautifully landscaped resort encompasses more than 5 miles of shoreline and provides guests with a host of on-site amenities.
Spend your vacation at Litchfield By the Sea and take advantage of the on-site amenities. Webster's Lowcountry Grill & Tavern is located on the courtyard along with Starbucks, and Stox & Company Salon, Day Spa & Gift Boutique. The restaurant features a large tavern with comfortable furniture and plenty of TVs. The bright, open dining room overlooks one of the resort's beautiful lakes.
Enjoy the community Beach Club deck complete with chairs, tables, covered areas, and showers. Beach equipment rentals, beach shuttle for guests, bike rentals, business center, and meeting rooms are also available.
Take in a day of golf at any of Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort’s Four award winning signature south-end courses; Pawleys Plantation Golf and Country Club, Litchfield Country Club, River Club, and Willbrook Plantation Golf Club.
Litchfield Beach & Golf Resort is also equipped to provide locations, food, and spirits for all types of events, large and small. They can also help you locate local vendors; including cakes, flowers, photographers and entertainment.
Brookgreen Gardens, a sculpture garden and wildlife preserve built on four former rice plantations, is located slightly south of Murrells Inlet and directly across U.S. Highway 17 Business from Huntington Beach State Park. It features several themed gardens with American figurative sculptures placed in them, trails through several nature reserve ecosystems and the Lowcountry Zoo.
Other points of interest close by include the waterfront community of Georgetown, the third oldest city in South Carolina and second largest seaport in South Carolina, and historic Charleston - the oldest and second-largest city in the southeastern part of the state. Both towns include fine dining, shopping, and many historic sites.