Best Vacation Home Deals in Hilton Head Island
Book the ideal property from $68 per night by searching among the 12,344 properties available in Hilton Head Island. Every one of the properties from the different providers are directly compared by our algorithm to help you save up to 26%.
Recommended Vacation Rentals in Hilton Head Island
Find your perfect vacation rental in Hilton Head Island: from $68 per night
Vacation Houses With Pools
Vacation Homes With Fishing Spots Nearby
Apartments With Balconies or Patios
Popular Rental Amenities in Hilton Head Island
Price and Availability Index in Hilton Head Island
Vacation Rental Price Information in Hilton Head Island
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Hilton Head Island for the next twelve months. Hilton Head Island is more expensive in July (7/20 - 7/27), where prices are on average $271 a night. Prices decrease in November to an average of $181 per night (11/9 - 11/16).
Rental Availability Information in Hilton Head Island
Check out the graph above to find out how many accommodations are available in Hilton Head Island(in %). It is in July that you will find the week with the least available rentals (7/20 - 7/27). The week with the most available rentals is in October (10/26 - 11/2), with 71% of the vacation rentals available.
The Weather in Hilton Head Island
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 42°. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is October.
Discover Hilton Head Island With a Luxury Vacation Rental
Voted number the one island on the continent, Hilton Head's popularity is widespread. Choosing one of the vacation homes on offer here will ensure that you too will have an unforgettable experience when visiting the island. With beautiful beach front cottages or stylish apartments on offer, there's something for everyone's taste. Whether you're after world class tennis or top golf courses, Hilton Head has got you covered. Supreme dining experiences and a rich natural heritage are yours when you book a vacation rental on Hilton Head Island.
Getting to Hilton Head Island
Getting to your Hilton Head vacation rental is convenient by air, sea, or land. The nearest major transportation hub to the island is Savannah, around 50 miles away.
Direct flights to Hilton Head Airport, which is a short drive to all accommodation units, are available from New York City, Washington, D.C., Chicago, and Atlanta. You could also fly to Savannah International Airport from Houston, Miami, Dallas, Denver, and several other major US cities. Uber and taxis provide convenient and efficient transfers to the island.
Marinas all over the island offer docking services. You can access them from the open sea and the Intercoastal Waterway.
Highway 278, running from Arkansas, connects the island to the mainland. Visitors traveling from other parts of the country should head to Savannah via the I-95 and I-16 before turning toward Hilton Head.
Scrumptious seafood and local wines
Dig into Hilton Head's superb selection of seafood at one of the island's excellent seaside restaurants. From Atlantic salmon to juicy lobster and shrimp, you can feast like royalty on local Fruits de Mer. A diversity of cuisines will tempt your taste buds — from sashimi to steak, perfectly cooked to your liking.
3 Great Wineries Close to Your Hilton Head Island Vacation Rental
1. Island Winery
This reputable wine estate is reason enough for most travelers to visit the island. Island Winery produces craft wines and combines local and imported grapes to produce Low Country specialty wines. Your expert hosts will answer all your questions while you taste their refreshing rosé, white, and red wines. Island Winery is open for tastings every day except Sundays.
2. Rollers Wine & Spirits
To familiarize yourself with international wines, visit Rollers, a local business since 1960. You'll find wines from all over the world on their shelves and can get an attractive discount by using eco-friendly bags featuring their logo.
3. Carolina Tasting Room
For a wine smoothie or a glass of local wine, visit Carolina Tasting Room. The wine bar has a selection of more than 50 wines to choose from. If you buy some wine, you won’t have to pay for sampling.
Playing at the Sandbox on Hilton Head Island
This interactive kids' museum is specially designed for younger visitors, with a thrilling range of exhibits that will delight and stimulate them. They'll discover awesome play areas, aquariums and a room that blends sound with color. For the little engineers, there are Builders of Tomorrow, while future pilots will love the Flight Deck. Programs like Imagination Hour and Leap into Learning Wednesdays bring the community together to learn through play.
The 3 Best Beaches on Hilton Head Island
Sociable people gather on Coligny, the island's most popular beach. Facing the Atlantic Ocean, the sandy beach features walking and biking paths, beach facilities, and restaurants.
2. Fish Haul Creek
Located in the northeast of Hilton Head, this secluded beach is ideal for solitude seekers and observers of wildlife.
3. Burkes Beach
This sandy beach, edged by a park and facing the ocean, is accessible by bike and popular among dog owners.
The Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival
Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival, a multi-day cultural and gastronomic celebration, takes place in Harbor Town at Sea Pines Resort in mid-March. Ticket prices vary depending on what features are included.
1. Sip and Stroll
Bring a wine glass for a tour of Harbor Town shops participating in the event and sample tasty wines and get attractive discounts.
2. Grand Tasting
The central event of the festival, the Grand Tasting introduces specially selected wines from all over the world. Sample exclusive, award-winning wines, and combine them with starters for the premium experience. Live musicians entertain throughout the event.
3. Public Tasting
The largest event of the Hilton Head Island Wine and Food Festival, the Public Tasting presents hundreds of international and local wines, and stages live cultural performances and entertainment for guests of all ages.
6 Highlights of Hilton Head
1. Coastal Discovery Museum
When you visit this museum, you will be immersed in the ecology of the South Carolina coast. Discover natural history and cultural heritage all in one place as you explore 68 acres filled with oaks, marshes, and gardens. Meet alligators at live demonstrations and enter the butterfly enclosure to see these insects in full flutter.
2. Pinckney Island National Wildlife Reserve
Over 250 species inhabit this diverse landscape. Songbirds warble in the branches of the scrub, whilst red foxes and bobcats dart silently through the bushes. Watch out for raptors cruising overhead. Follow the trails through this natural paradise, where learning and exploration cross paths.
3. Harbour Town Light
This lighthouse houses a remarkable collection of artwork, antique golf memorabilia, vintage apparel, and automobiles. You'll also find classic games, clocks, and timekeepers here, plus a library of historic books that you'll want to graze over for hours.
4. Arts Center of Coastal Carolina
There's always an exciting performance happening at Hilton Head's vibrant Arts Center. Whether you're a jazz enthusiast, a musical fanatic or you have a passion for contemporary dance, there's something for everyone. What's more, enthralling contemporary art exhibits fill the gallery space in the Bank of America Room and Walter Greer Gallery.
5. Harbour Town Golf Links
This course requires finesse, creativity, and precision as opposed to strength, and its various par threes rank among the best in the world. Harbour Town's par four 18th hole is one of the most feared in the golfing world. Constant enhancements to the course provide you with a premium game.
People of all ages come to Jarvis Creek Park for a relaxing day of fishing. You're very likely to catch bass here. Alternatively, Charles C. Haigh Pier is located in the Intercoastal Waterway, the pier offers anglers access to deeper waters. You could also Join a boat tour to for some deep sea fishing. Let the captain know what you'd like to catch, and they'll guide you to the best location.
We compare more than 600 providers, including: