Festiva Nabs Myrtle Beach Resort Golf Course

Myrtle Beach, S.C.—Festiva Real Estate Holdings acquired Wachesaw Plantation East golf course in a transaction that includes the East Grill and Pub. Patton Hospitality Management (PHM), a resort management company based in Asheville, N.C., which currently manages the Ellington resort operations, will also be the management entity for the golf course and the grill. The asset traded for an undisclosed amount.

Located at 911 Riverwood Drive, just off Highway 17, on the site of a former rice plantation in Murrells Inlet, the Wachesaw Plantation East golf course is 20 minutes south of the Myrtle Beach International Airport. The facility is part of Ellington at Wachesaw Plantation East resort. Currently, PHM manages the resort, but the firm will also manage Festiva Real Estate Holdings’ new acquisition.

The Wachesaw Plantation East golf course in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
The Wachesaw Plantation East golf course in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

“This transaction completes ownership for Festiva and gives us the opportunity to continue Festiva’s brand of hospitality well into the future at this premier golf and family-friendly property. We’ll continue our commitment to the Ellington community to offer them the best service for owners and guests alike,” said Herbert Patrick Jr., president of Festiva Real Estate Holdings, in a prepared statement.

Clyde Johnston was the architect of the Scottish-designed Wachesaw Plantation East golf course. With a professional practice/teaching facility, Wachesaw Plantation East caters to all levels of golfers. The new owner plans to make improvements to the 1996-built course.

Image and video courtesy of Wachesaw Plantation East