Montage Palmetto Bluff

By Montage Palmetto Bluff By Montage Palmetto Bluff | May 2, 2024 | Lifestyle, Sponsored Post,


Nestled amidst 20,000 acres of managed maritime forest and protected marshland, Montage Palmetto Bluff sits within Beaufort County, a county formally recognized as the Heart of the Lowcountry. Located just a short drive from Savannah’s international airport, Montage has masterfully combined Lowcountry charm with luxury living, creating the perfect destination for an elevated coastal escape that resonates with refined tastes and balances the locality of the region and a deep respect for the land.


In alignment with its ethos of sophisticated Southern charm, Montage Palmetto Bluff features over 40 Village Homes as a natural extension of the resort’s offerings, which include inn rooms, guest house suites, and cottages. Located throughout the charming Wilson and Moreland Villages, these private residential properties provide full access to Montage’s premier amenities such as housekeeping, in-room dining, and pool access. Offering an ideal setting for large groups, multi-generational families, or intimate family retreats, the residences vary from two to five bedrooms and frequently feature private guest quarters, personal pools, and expansive outdoor living spaces designed for privacy and comfort.

In addition to its robust lineup of accommodations, the property also offers an endless array of experiences for guests of all interests. A cruise on the May River will whisk you away to Shark Tooth Island, where the sands invite you to uncover ancient treasure of the Bluff. It’s here, amidst the serenity of the Lowcountry, that you might discover a coveted shark tooth or shell, each a silent witness to the storied past of the Atlantic.


Bridging the gap between the past and present, the May River serves as a sanctuary for bottlenose dolphins, known for their unique strand feeding technique, observed in only a few populations worldwide. Intimate dolphin tours offer a close-up view of these majestic creatures, including the chance to see family pods with playful calves.

Committed to conservation and education, the property spotlights the oyster, a vital part of the Lowcountry ecosystem, along with native birds and more. For those interested in nature on land, the property offers engaging activities ranging from brown bag lunches with the on-site conservancy to naturalist-led bird counts.


As the resort transitions from afternoon Porching traditions—refreshments and fresh-baked cookies—to evening events, Moreland Southern Supper & Oyster Roast becomes the focal point. Held creek-side at Cauley’s Creek, it features a feast of oysters and Lowcountry boil, showcasing the traditional cuisine of the Lowcountry.

Whether exploring by day or night, land or sea, every moment at Montage Palmetto Bluff is an opportunity for discovery, relaxation, and connection. From immersive excursions on the May River to the communal culinary experience by Cauley’s Creek, you’re invited to create memories that last a lifetime at Montage Palmetto Bluff.


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