Plan Bluegreen Timeshare Vacation and Attend the Charleston Spring Festival

The Lodge Alley Inn timeshare in South Carolina.With spring unfolding across the South, you know it is almost time for the 64th Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens in the garden. Last week, Bluegreen Corporation issued a reminder about how very convenient it is to stay in the Charleston, South Carolina Bluegreen timeshare resort, The Lodge Alley Inn, while you attend the festival.

Running from March 17 through April 16, Charleston’s Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens gives visitors the opportunity to explore Charleston’s charming architecture, gardens, history and culture, while staying within walking distance at The Lodge Alley Inn.

Bluegreen Timeshare’s Lodge Alley Inn gives timeshare owners and guests a chance to enjoy a collection of 18th century warehouses that have been restored as modern, comfortable timeshare villas with lots of charm.

Selected by the Southeast Tourism Society as a Top 20 Event, the Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens includes private tours of private homes and gardens in Charleston’s historic neighborhoods, along with an oyster roast, antique show, period music concerts, boat cruises and wine tastings. Additional features this year will include Harbor tours, Plantation tours, and the Luncheon Lecture Series offering three-course meal menus, book signings and presentations by Charleston authors and historians. As Gregory L. Overmier, General Manager of The Lodge Alley Inn explains, “We here at Bluegreen welcome visitors who attend the festival each year. The Lodge Alley Inn boasts a prime location that makes walking to the festival convenient and enjoyable.”

Lodge Alley Inn Timeshare Resales and Timeshare Rentals

Vacationing at this popular South Carolina timeshare resort affords you the chance to step back in time with an authentic Charleston experience. Lodge Alley Inn timeshares feature reproduction eighteenth century furnishings, fireplaces, full kitchens in many units, Jacuzzi tubs, and a lovely, shared open-air courtyard. While you are there, you’ll enjoy the High Cotton Restaurant and Lounge, a complimentary afternoon sherry as well as complimentary evening turndown service.

And since you may not want to spend all your time touring and browsing, don’t forget to pack your tennis gear when you visit Charleston, the town the United States Tennis Association (USTA) named as the 2010 Best Tennis Town in America.

Learn more about the festival at The Historic Charleston Foundation.