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Spend Father’s Day in Myrtle Beach at Captain’s Quarters

Whatever Dad’s idea of the perfect Father’s Day weekend Captain’s Quarters has you covered.

Surprise Dad with a hearty Southern breakfast at Captain’s Quarters’ Vista Nine, where he can pick and choose from the extensive breakfast buffet. The food and drink will continue all weekend at this Myrtle Beach resort, whether Dad chooses to kick back at the Pool Bar or the bar on Level 6, or have a burger made to order at nearby Loco Gecko.

For fathers who like to play hard, the Level 6 Entertainment Center at Captain’s Quarters Resort has 20 AMF bowling lanes, and a video arcade that guarantees activity-filled family fun. Fathers who like to frolic with the little ones can head to the Shipwreck Lagoon to splash away the day.

If Dad’s the outdoor type, take him for a ride on the outdoor lazy river or for a swim in one of the many oceanfront pools at this Myrtle Beach resort. Long walks on the beach and some of the best bodysurfing around are just a few steps away on the beautiful beachfront. Or if outdoors for your dad means on the golf course make sure you check out the golf specials Captain’s Quarters has to give your dad the day on the greens of his dreams.

Or, maybe the hardworking father in your family wants nothing but relaxation on his special weekend. In his Captain’s Quarters accommodations, he can sit by the big windows to soak in the ocean light, or move out to the balcony to enjoy the sounds of the surf.

Captain’s Quarters is the perfect place to stage a get-away for the father figures in your life and with the “Breakfast, Beach and Bowling Special” you can treat the dad in your life to pretty much anything he’d want to do without breaking the bank!  Check it out on the hotel specials page and give Dad a Father's Day to remember.

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