Tilghman Boyce Cottage in North Myrtle Beach, SC

Secluded North Myrtle Beach Estate with over 1 mile of pristine, untouched,
private white sandy beaches.

Located on the northern tip of North Myrtle Beach, this private beach estate boasts gorgeous views, a private beach and plenty of
room for everyone in your party relax and enjoy an amazing stress-free memorable vacation.

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Tilghman Boyce Cottage Video

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at Tilghman Boyce Cottage in North Myrtle Beach -
call us at 888-669-7853 or book online!

Southern Plantation Vacation Home
Secluded & Private Marshview Backyard
Private North Myrtle Beach Vacation House
Huge Screened in Porch to relax in

Bed and Breakfast Southern Style
Gather at the table for breakfast, lunch or dinner

North Myrtle Beach Marshview Rental
High Speed Internet Access
Game Room
Ping Pong Table, Board Games & Books
North Myrtle Beach Kitchen
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Private Beach Home
5 Bedrooms, 4.5 Baths - Sleeps 16
Myrtle Beach Vacation Rentals
Brick Patio with Grill
Private Dock on the Marsh
Private Waterway Dock

The History of Tilghman-Boyce Cottage:
The property surrounding the Tilghman-Boyce Cottage comprises of 17 historical acres and abundant marsh and creek access to Waties Island, South
Carolina's northernmost barrier island with pine forests, natural dunes and uninterrupted beach. The island's name goes back to "Indian Trader"
William Waties who acquired the island in 1726 along with other property. The ocean side is a stretch of over two miles of undeveloped beach littered
with shells and populated by a wide range of shorebirds and seasonally nesting sea turtles, primarily loggerheads. In addition to shorebirds, Osprey,
Wood Stork and Bald Eagles appear with regularity. A page from John Boyce's Field Notes dated August 27 - 29, 1982 lists 61 species of birds seen
during this period. Any morning on the terrace of the Tilghman-Boyce Cottage is front row seating in a symphony of Carolina Wrens, Cardinals and Chickadees.

For visitors during turtle season (May 1-Oct. 31)

• Outside and inside lights that illuminate the beach must be turned off during turtle nesting season.

• Do not touch turtles or disturb nests.

• Remove furniture, sports equipment, chairs, umbrellas, tents and children’s toys from the beach at night.

• City code requires nothing can be stored or placed on the sand dunes or salt-resistant vegetation.

• Fill in holes made by anyone digging on the beach. These can trap hatchlings and nesting turtles and prevent them from reaching the water