This is a special time of year to be visiting the Myrtle Beach, SC area. You can’t really appreciate until you’ve been here to see it. Many people enjoy our Myrtle Beach condo rentals because they offer great amenities but are a little more quiet and laid back than other places. Here we offer guests a holiday vacation you won’t soon forget with beautiful beaches, first class dining, shopping, entertainment, and special holiday events taking place.

There’s a large selection of Myrtle Beach condo rentals to choose from that sit ocean front, with ocean view, by the golf course or waterway. We care about what you want whether it’s a peaceful getaway or a non-stop adventure. You can stay at any of our Myrtle Beach condo rentals and be close enough to enjoy the following holiday activities. This is a truly amazing vacation getaway this time of year and will provide unlimited amounts of fun and entertainment for the entire family.

Nights of a Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens is taking place daily from 3 to 10 p.m. through December 17, 2011. Thousands of candles illuminate garden paths as musicians play, carolers sing, and you experience the holiday magic only “Nights of a Thousand Candles” brings. This annual event has become a holiday tradition when the gardens become a wonderland of lights and candles and outstanding entertainment. Dinner catered by Inlet Affairs is available in addition to admission prices.

The Palace Theatre’s Christmas on Ice is taking place now through December 31, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. From the Creators of the International smash hit show, Spirit of the Dance, comes this new and exciting show featuring championship ice skaters, the best high-kicking dancers this side of New York and all your favorite Christmas songs sung by the best of Broadway and London’s West End in this two-hour holiday extravaganza.

Event Summary
event
Name
Night of a Thousand Candles
Location
Brookgreen Garden's,Murrells Inlet,SC
Description
Nights of a Thousand Candles at Brookgreen Gardens is taking place daily from 3 to 10 p.m. through December 17, 2011. Thousands of candles illuminate garden paths as musicians play, carolers sing, and you experience the holiday magic only “Nights of a Thousand Candles” brings.