A nice, older place...
This is indeed one of the older places in Myrtle Beach, but that's also one of its attractions. Anyone can stay in a chain motel/hotel - it's not fair to compare a 1950's place with a modern hotel. If you can't see that difference when you drive up, you probably need new glasses. We had no problems with bugs, though we struggle (like everyone) with them at home occasionally - bugs are a fact of life in coastal Carolina. The owner works very hard, and was always very prompt and polite in answering our many questions and giving advice regarding the local area. The only problems we had were people from neighboring motels (mostly on the east side of Ocean) parking in the Sail Inn spots. It seems that some of the others here are professional complainers - we would definitely recommend the Sail Inn as a place to stay. At no time did the owner of the Sail Inn, or its appearance serve to misrepresent itself in any way.
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