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With 55 years of tradition to serve as a firm foundation, our seasoned staff at the Dayton House is often asked what guests can do when visiting Myrtle Beach. There are obvious answers, such as play in the waves or tee it up on your favorite golf course. Myrtle Beach visitors can also play mini-golf, take helicopter rides, swim in a pool, chill...Read More About Dayton House and Myrtle Beach May-June Events
Over the years, our guests have requested a wide range of information while planning their vacations at the Dayton House Resort. Several questions are asked most frequently. In an effort to assist you in preparing for your stay with us, we have listed our answers to some of the most common inquiries...Read More About The Dayton House Frequently Asked Questions
What happens when you combine 55 years of tradition with the latest in technology and accommodations, then sprinkle in one of the most unique oceanfront settings in Myrtle Beach? You get the Dayton House Resort. The question is not why you should stay here — but rather why would you not stay here. Accommodations:...Read More About An Ideal Destination for Making Lasting Vacation Memories
One of the most enjoyable recreational activities Myrtle Beach has to offer is also one that few visitors take advantage of — surfing. With the Atlantic Ocean in your own backyard, guests at The Dayton House Myrtle Beach resort have lots of opportunities to catch a wave. Those who discover the thrill of riding on a surfboard...Read More About Surf’s Up: Where and How to Hang Ten in Myrtle Beach
There's no question about where to find some of the best seafood on the Grand Strand — the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk. Located in the self-proclaimed "Seafood Capital of South Carolina," the MarshWalk is a wooden walkway that runs along the Murrells Inlet waterfront and leads to a dozen seafood restaurants and bars offering awesome...Read More About Catch Live Music, Fresh Seafood at the Murrells Inlet MarshWalk