The Reel Ville

The Reel Ville Vacation Rental in McClellanville, SC

Peaceful Modern Cottage in McClellanville's Historic District

2 Bedrooms
1.5 Bathrooms
6 Guests
No Pets Allowed, No Smoking, Linens Included, Wi-fi, Washer/Dryer
Located down a dirt road lined with ancient live oaks and a stone’s throw from McClellanville’s downtown restaurants and shops, you will find this picture-perfect cottage known as “The Reel Ville”. This sportsmen’s dream is on a nice secluded lot while still being less than a mile to the McClellanville boat landing. Home is now equipped with Wi-Fi.
Season Dates Nightly Rate Weekly Rate
Winter III Jan. 6 - March 11 $130 $715
Spring I March 12 - April 1 $145 $775
Spring II April 2 - April 29 $135 $725
Spring III April 30 - May 21 $145 $775
Summer I May 22 - June 24 $150 $780
Summer I June 25 - July 08  $175 $900
Summer III July 09 - August 12  $165 $880
Summer IIII August 13 - August 26  $145 $775
Fall I August 28 - Oct. 1  $150 $825
Fall II Oct. 2 - Oct. 21  $175 $900
 Fall III Oct. 22 - Nov. 25  $165 $880
 Winter I Nov. 26 - Dec. 16  $145 $775
 Winter II Dec. 17 - Jan. 5  $165 $880
Additional $85 cleaning fee, accommodations tax of 12%, and $250 Security Deposit - Linens Included
3-night minimum rental period. If your check-in date is 60 days or more in the future, there is a 1-week (7 nights) minimum rental period. Check-in = 3pm or later, Check-out = 10am or earlier
Very cozy and homey! Beautiful property in a quiet neighborhood. Plenty of room for the five of us. The location was perfect! We were attending my daughter’s wedding in McClellanville, but also needed to be near Mt. Pleasant and Georgetown. This home’s location couldn’t have been more ideal. Heidi - April 2024 We had a wonderful stay. The house was beautiful, perfect amount of space for the two of us and very convenient to the boat ramp. Unfortunately, the kitchen/living room floors and counters were dirty. Besides that, we would definitely stay there again. Timea - November 2023 The Reelville is a modern home designed like a rustic fishing cabin. The living room is comfortable and the kitchen is well-equipped. The master bed/pillows could use an update. The second bedroom had a queen and twin bunks, which we did not use. The town is peaceful and serene and the folks are very friendly. Take a fishing trip with Stephen Flook if you get a chance. He’s an excellent choice for a local fishing guide! Overall, this was a good place to stay to immerse ourselves in McClellanville. Don’t forget to bring some groceries on your way in. Stop at Buckshots for some delicious local fare. We also like TW Grahams and the diner but they were both closed for vacation on this trip (thus the need for groceries). Diana - September 2023 ,

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