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BY
C
HRISTY
A
NDERSON
Rustic charm, pristine beaches
and three southern meals a day sounds
like the perfect coastal vacation. But
when doing it at the Sea View Inn on
Pawleys Island, there's a twist.
You get the added bonus of being
able to live as though you are hun-
dreds of miles from civilization.
There are no phones, cell phones,
televisions, fax machines or comput-
ers -- none of the modern day distrac-
tions which are now common in every
home and office. Sea View owners
Brian and Sassy Henry know that in
leaving all these things behind patrons
are not loosing luxuries, but are
instead finding the purest form of
relaxation.
"This place is not for everybody,
but those who have been here and
experience it come back year after
year. We have a fiercely loyal clien-
tele," Brian says.
The inn is perfect for families of
all ages and stages. Smooth, old hard-
wood floors ease fears of bringing in
the sand and sea and the unpreten-
tious décor makes it friendly for
younger guests. Everything moves at a
relaxed pace. Perhaps the best part is
that once you've settled into your
room, there is no need to get in your
car again until you leave.
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