For centuries, the savannas and creeks of the Kiawah River have captivated those along its quiet shores. To the native Indians, these waters and nearby uplands were revered fishing and hunting grounds. More recently, these lands provided abundant forests for game and fertile fields for tomatoes, corn, and cucumbers. The splendor is in the details; from delicate rose gardens to rolling fairways designed by a legendary golfer, from brownstone walks to herb gardens tended for a superb club restaurant. This is Cassique - named for the clever Kiawah Indian chief who once guided British ships to what would in 1670 become Charlestowne–England’s first successful settlement in the Carolinas. Its promise remains as sure as the serenity of these lands. Removed, graceful surroundings in which to live out your dreams.
The Cassique clubhouse
, reminiscent of a 19th-century English country manor, offers commanding views of the golf course and the tidelands surrounding the Kiawah River.
Spend an afternoon testing Tom Watson's 7,050-yard links-style course, which ranges over former agricultural fields and beside marshes and maritime forests where the Kiawah River meets the Atlantic.
Revel in the fine dining
of the private restaurant and pub, which feature a menu designed exclusively by Consulting Chef Tom Colicchio
of Manhattan’s famous Gramercy Tavern and Craft eateries and masterfully executed by Kiawah Island Club Executive Chef Doug Blair
Cassique’s capable staff oversees every detail from rooms for private functions to expansive men's and women's locker facilities, and a full-service Golf Shop.