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Monthly Winter Rentals in Myrtle Beach, SC

We find the best Myrtle Beach winter rentals so you don't have to. If you're a snowbird looking to head South for Winter -- you've come to the right place. Our guide will help you learn how to find winter monthly rentals, when they're available, what types of rentals you can choose from, payment and security deposit policies, and what the weather is like in Myrtle Beach during the winter months.

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What are monthly Winter rentals?

During the winter months in Myrtle Beach, private owners and vacation rental companies convert their short-term rentals (weekly) to long-term rentals (monthly), allowing guests to reserve a condo or beach house for a full month or multiple months at a time.

What months are Winter rentals available?

Generally, winter rentals in Myrtle Beach are available to rent long term on a monthly basis during the off-season, which includes the following months: October, November, December, January, February, and March.

Are bed and bath linens included in the price?

Whether or not bed and bath linens are included with your monthly rental will depend on the specific private owner or vacation rental company you choose. Some property management companies in Myrtle Beach will include the cost of linens in the rental price and others will charge an additional fee.

Helpful tip: Make sure to ask if bed and bath linens are included in the price. If they are not, SoCoastal recommends that (if possible) you bring your own bed and bath linens with you to save money. Also, rental agencies and private owners who do include linens in their pricing typically will not offer a discount if you choose to bring your own linens.

Are utilities included in the price?

Much like linens, whether or not utilities are included in the rental price will vary based on who you rent through. Some vacation rental management companies in Myrtle Beach will include all utilities in the monthly price and others will include utilities -- but put a cap amount and make you pay any overages. When in doubt, make sure to ask before you book.

Example of a utility price cap: The rental company sets a $125 monthly price cap on the electric bill. Each month you would be responsible for paying any amount that exceeds $125.

Payment and Security Deposit policies you should expect

The required down payment, security deposit amount and final balance due date will vary based on the specific rental you choose and who you rent through. Unfortunately, there is no "blanket policy" that all private owners and property management companies adhere to.

Important fact: If you rent for 90 or more continuous days, your stay is tax-free -- saving you quite a bit of money!

How to find and book available winter rentals

Click the button below and tell us a little about what you're looking for and we'll put you in touch with reputable local vacation rental companies and private owners that can help you.

Please be sure to include the following information:


  • What month will you be arriving?

  • How many months would you like to stay for?

  • How many bedrooms do you need?

  • How many guests?

  • What type of winter rental are you interested in? Examples: Condo, Beach House or Both.

  • Is there a specific part of the Myrtle Beach area you'd like to stay in? Examples: North Myrtle Beach, Cherry Grove, Barefoot Resort, Downtown Myrtle Beach, etc.


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What is the weather like in Myrtle Beach during the Winter?

Month High / Low (°F) Rain
October 75° / 57° 5 days
November 67° / 48° 5 days
December 60° / 41° 6 days
January 56° / 38° 6 days
February 59° / 41° 5 days
March 65° / 47° 5 days

What is a Snowbird?

A snowbird is a term used for someone who travels from a colder northern area to a warmer southern destination during the winter. Typically, snowbirds visiting Myrtle Beach, SC come from places like Canada, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey.

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