Remember there is no "BRIDGE" to Daufuskie. Your adventure would start with a choice of Private boat or ferry to Daufuskie. There is land transportation that would take you to your condo. Of course to get around the island you would rent a golf cart.
This Sandy Lane Condo is perfect for family vacations. The condo is situated in a four story complex on the third floor overlooking the pool. The condo has a wrap-around balcony with a spectacular view of the ocean. The balconies including tables and lounges chairs and are wonderful for observing the sunrise while you sip your morning coffee and for ending the day while you watch the ocean fade into the evening sky. The Condo offers spectacular views of the ocean. Newly decorated and beautifully furnished. The Condo comes with a fully equipped kitchen with a laundry room off the kitchen. The Condo has 3 bedrooms and sleeps Master Suite has queen bed with sliding glass door to the wrap around balcony. Second Bedroom has queen bed and the third has two twin beds. All bedrooms have their own private baths. Condo has open concept for living room/eating area that oversees the ocean. Living room has a horseshoe sofa. The dining area seats 6. The fully equipped Kitchen includes a granite breakfast bar which seats 2 and top of the line appliances, plus a 32 inch tv at breakfast bar. Laundry room with full size washer and dryer is located off the kitchen. Gas Grills are located in the poolside area .
There are many things to do on the island. Visit the Daufuskie Community Farm open 11-4 daily, where everyone is encouraged to help feed the animals; walk down the nearly deserted beach; play golf and tennis; dine at one of the unique restaurants or explore the island on golf carts or bikes, available for rental on the island. The only way around the island is by golf cart or bikes , the island is a great place to explore! It is a water lover's and /runner's paradise. If you enjoy photography, the scenery alone is worth the trip. You will see many egrets, pelicans, storks, cranes and possible an eagle or two. And, of course, there are alligators in the fresh water ponds.
The restaurants on the island are unique & colorful! "Daufuskie Crab Company" have the Caribbean atmosphere! They also have live bands in the peak season on Saturday & Sundays during the day. Lucy Bell's Cafe is located center Island and servers lunch.
Your round of golf can be played at Haig Point, which is a Private community and located on the North end of the island.
Equestrian is available through Haig Point. Tour Daufuskie offers, a variety of sporting functions.
Transportation to island is by water taxi from either the May River Excursions, Daufuskie Ferry Service, Bluffton, SC or Bull River, Savannah, GA. Once you arrive on the Daufuskie Island land transportation will pick you up and take you to your Condo. The manager will arrange your land transportation for you. The Cost is $20 (18 yrs and older), 17yrs to 4 yrs. $10 and children under 3 free, round trip. Ask the manager also about transportation options during your stay on the island.
Don't forget to try the island delicacy, Deviled Crab! You can bring your food over with you or, ask the manager about grocery delivery options. If you choose not to cook we have Daufuskie Entertains, a local Chef/Full Service Catering Service that will deliver to your Condo.
Come enjoy Daufuskie. It is a special place, perfect for creating family memories!
Places to see on Daufuskie :
Coffee Grounds Coffee- (919-610-8808) Great start to your mornings on our bridgeless island. Pam & Brian are there ready to prepare a gourmet coffee or espresso that will be sure to start your day right! The Coffee Shop is located in the back of the old two-room school house and the Daufuskie Indigo Blues.
Daufuskie Blues-Indigo & Natural dye Studio- (843-707-2664) Daufuskie Blues creates custom, hand dyed textiles made with organic indigo and other colors harvested from nature, inspired by ancient cultures. Go to facebook.com/daufuskieblues
Bloody Point Lighthouse- (843-686-2992) Provides you with a little history of the island, has its own vineyard and gift shop.
Tour Daufuskie-(843-842-9449) Specializing I guided and self guided Daufuskie Island history/artisan tours. Daufuskie island golf cart rentals, kayaking tours, stand up paddle boarding tours & rentals, and eco tours. If you’d like to have your beach day set up looking over the ocean give them a call.
Silver Dew Pottery- Lancy & Emily have created thousands of pieces and they are enjoyed all over the world. You can find their unique pottery across from the Iron Fish Gallery. Take home a handcrafted piece of Daufuskie.
The Iron Fish- (843-842-9448) Coastal sculptor Chase Allen handcrafts vintage finished coastal sculptures. His work has been featured in Southern Living, Martha Stewart Living, Coastal Living, Charleston Magazine, Charleston Home Magazine and many more.
Daufuskie Peach-Handcrafted Bath & Body Products- (843-247-1772) Dedicated to bringing the spirit of Daufuskie Island to you in the form of the finest bath and body products. Our handcrafted products are made in-house in small batches, never on an automated assembly line. Daufuskie Peach offers a truly authentic, artisanal indulgence delivered right to your doorstep. We hope you enjoy the pure, simple clean experience.
Daufuskie Wine and Works- (203-810-8115) Wine and woodworking shop in located next to the Crab Company. Provides Organic Wines and Wooden boatbuilding.
Daufuskie Island Rum Company – (843-342-4786) Distillery Tours & Tastings- Rum, Vodka and Bourbon. 100% American made Rum, Vodka and Bourbon is distilled, bottled and packed by hand here on Daufuskie island. The sun, sea and rich history all blend together to make this island the perfect place for the Daufuskie Rum Company.
Native Son Outdoor Pursuits – (843-816-3312) Spend a day with a Native with Captain Byron Sewell. Captain Sewell has appeared on ESPN, ESPN2, The Travel Channel & The Spanish Fly.
Billie Burn Museum- (843-290-3191) You might come to Daufuskie for its history, or its natural beauty, or its eclectic atmosphere. Whatever the reason, it’s always a good idea to start at the Billie Burn Museum for maps and a little history.Get the full listing »