The Oceanfront Litchfield Inn
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An affordable hotel, just steps away from a secluded beach. Enjoy our blissful beachfront location in comfort and style, at rates to smile about.
At the Oceanfront Litchfield Inn, dress code is always barefoot casual. Away from the hustle and bustle, enjoy a slower pace of life as dreamy days flow into magical nights of simple seaside pleasures.
Our Oceanfront Litchfield Inn is still conveniently close to shopping, dining, and plenty of sightseeing attractions – just 10 minutes from Georgetown and 20 minutes from all the city action of Myrtle Beach.
Enjoy complimentary breakfast daily at Coastal Dish – located at Litchfield Beach & Golf Resorts courtyard across from the registration office & Starbucks™, available daily from 7:00 am – 10:30 am. Fuel up on our Breakfast Buffet, including morning staples like Eggs & Bacon, Biscuits & Gravy, and Hash-browns & Grits.
Locals and visitors alike flock to Austin’s Ocean One, an eclectic fine-dining restaurant offering breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean from every seat in the house. Located on the second floor of the Oceanfront Litchfield Inn, our guests can dine on a sumptuous feast of fresh seafood and seasonal dishes sourced with local produce without even leaving the property.
Known as one of America’s oldest resort towns, Pawleys Island is steeped in history from the earliest inhabitants of the Waccamaw and Winyah Native Americans, rice plantations in the 1700s, shipwrecks, and our share of ghost stories. Visitors can explore our Historic District, the crumbling Atalaya Castle by the sea, and even take a ghost tour in nearby Georgetown.