3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Beaufort County, SC

TidePointe, a Vi Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 TidePointe Way, Hilton Head Island, SC 29938
"TidePointe has an excellent medical facility, a wide variety of units, and food. The units are large with a garage, and two to three bedrooms. We've eaten there two or three times and it's excellent." More

Seabrook of Hilton Head

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
300 Woodhaven Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928
"The one we liked the most was Seabrook. It was very nice, and I really liked that it had an outside balcony and outside access from your apartment, which is really nice. You can sit outside and..." More

The Cypress of Hilton Head

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
20 Lady Slipper Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
"The Cypress was very similar to the other facility we went to. They just have more and wider variety of living accommodations from full-sized homes going down to apartments. However, they were also..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Beaufort
  • Review of The Cypress of Hilton Head

    The Cypress is very nice, they have good food, and a pretty good medical facility. They have various unit sizes. They have a partial golf course, and a swimming pool. Read more

    Bud
  • Review of TidePointe, a Vi Community

    TidePointe has an excellent medical facility, a wide variety of units, and food. The units are large with a garage, and two to three bedrooms. We've eaten there two or three times and it's excellent. Read more

    Bud
  • Review of The Cypress of Hilton Head

    A beautiful, active community for those still able to care for themselves. As another reviewer mentioned, it is similar to a country club in social interaction. The caregivers and staff are also e... Read more

    longdistance
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