Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina

Slip into the laidback Lowcountry way of life in Palmetto Bluff with a stay at standalone, four-bedroom Coronet Cottage. Take in the serene South Carolina sunshine from its spacious living areas, fully equipped kitchen, and screened-in porch.

Or – if you stay at Montage Palmetto Bluff you can take advantage of the resort's multiple pools and restaurants, plus easy access to golfing, and outdoor recreation opportunities.

Please note: we offer incredible members-only pricing at Montage Palmetto Bluff. Select your travel dates and click book to view members only rates in the cart.

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A Laidback Lowcountry Retreat Close to Savannah

Encircled by ribbons of rivers, with streams trickling through marsh to a pristine Lowcountry landscape, Palmetto Bluff retreats from the modern world into its own peaceful splendor. Within the gates of this master-planned Montage resort community, you can quietly bike the quiet streets and bask in the laidback Lowcountry ambiance. Play a game of bocce ball on a perfectly manicured lawn or gently recline in rocking chairs on a comfortable screened-in porch. You’ll find classic resort amenities here, too. Many have praised Palmetto Bluff's collection of golf, tennis, boating, shopping, and fine dining.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) or Charleston International Airport (CHS)
  • Average temperature
    90°F in summer; 60°F in winter
  • Closest big city
  • Population
  • Car recommended?

Destination Highlights

  • Birding

    Whether you love birding or just appreciate nature, grab a kayak or canoe and paddle through the lagoon to see more than 100 species of birds including bald eagles, great blue herons, and snowy egrets.

  • Fishing

    Palmetto Bluff has long been known for its amazing diversity of sea life. Anglers of all levels will find a fishing experience that suits them, whether that’s shrimping, crabbing, deep-sea fishing, or fishing for bass.

  • Rent Bicycles

    There is no better way to explore Palmetto Bluff than by bicycle. There are miles of trails that weave around the 20,000-acre property, providing you the opportunity to get up close and personal with local wildlife.



  • Forecasting Your Palmetto Bluff Vacation

    Palmetto Bluff enjoys a comfortable semi-tropical climate with temperatures that average in the high 80s in the summer and hover around 50 degrees during the winter months. Temperature variations between night and day are usually minimal. The rainiest months are July and August, on average, while the dry season lasts from November through May.


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