We recently spent five nights at the Sunset Inn, in the Bird Island Room, complete with a mailbox! As you travel around the beach you will learn the significance of the mailbox, and the "Kindred Spirit." The room had a screened porch overlooking the salt water marsh. We were able to see all kinds of wildlife, while enjoying our evening wine. The swing was a wonderful place to sit and read. They have a very good selection of books to choose from. The sunsets were gorgeous!!! The staff was very helpful in meeting our needs. Parking spaces were no problem, and the room was exceptionally clean. We had an excellent vacation at he Sunset Inn. It is close enough to Myrtle Beach, Calabash, and Wilmington, that you can travel to these places very quickly. " Fibber Mc Gees Pub" was an excellent place to eat, while on the Island. Breakfast at the Inn was varied and very good. You had the choice of a wonderful homemade bread, cereal, and a hot dish. We will definitely stay at Sunset Inn on our next trip to beautiful Sunset Beach.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sunset Inn opened its doors to the beauty of the saltwater marsh and island life in June 2000. The honey-colored wood floors in the entrance and living area shine softly in the light that filters through the large windows. The Inn is not your typical B&B; it is larger with 14 rooms but still has that cozy atmosphere that makes folks feel right at home. An expanded continental breakfast is served each morning buffet style. You may choose to have your morning meal in the breakfast room or in the privacy of your own room. Each room has a different theme and decor with a king-size bed, wet bar, refrigerator, love seat and private screened porch with rockers. The four grand rooms each have a jetted tub plus a larger corner porch with rockers & porch swings, robes and IPod docks. Come experience the quiet comfort for yourself. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Sunset Hotel Sunset Beach