Mugdock Castle

Visit Mugdock Castle

Visit Mugdock and Stay Awhile
Mugdock Castle and its surrounding grounds are available for rent (28 day minimum). Six bed chambers and five and one halfgarderobes (baths) accommodate 12 in two queens, two fulls, and four singles (two pair of bunk beds). Itís fully equipped kitchen features an Aga stove, Bosch, Sub-Zero, and Fisher & Paykel appliances. A/V and technology equipment includes stereo, wireless internet, and a 7í diagonal projection television. Mugdock comes equipped with bicycles and kayaks to explore Sullivanís Islandís back roads and waterways. Arrangements can be made for house keeping and concierge/chef services.

Sullivanís Island is a bedroom community of Charleston, which is five miles by water or nine miles by road from Mugdock Castle. The island has served as a tranquil sanctuary for Charlestonians and visitors ďfrom offĒ for more than three hundred years. An honest to goodness beach town with full time population of 2,000, Sullivanís Island is served by a Mayor and Town Council. It has its own elementary school, library, playgrounds, tennis courts, post office, fire station, and four churches. In addition to art galleries and small shops, eight restaurants are located on Sullivanís Island. A boat ramp and three miles of sandy beach are but a short walk from the castle. Sullivanís Island is a family-oriented place and does not have hotels, neon lights, and loads of tourists. If youíre seeking that, best to look elsewhere.
The eastern end of Sullivanís Island offers one of the best places for wind surfing and kite boarding on the east coast. Surfing is best at nearby Isle of Palms and Folly Beach. Arrangements are easily made for in-shore and off-shore fishing charters. Power boats and paddle boards are also available at nearby outfitters. The closest golf course is seven miles from Mugdock Castle. Hunting charters for quail, dove, turkey, and deer, can also be arranged. The area offers an endless number of potential day trips. Cultural, environmental, and historical resources abound.

Please direct all Mugdock Inquiries to Pam Martin:
email:    tel. (843).971.1662

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