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Frank Theatres in Murrells Inlet offers one-stop fun for guests of Dunes Village Resort

Dunes Village Resort is a slice of paradise away from the harried world you left to vacation in Myrtle Beach.

The oceanfront accommodations feature one, two, three and four bedroom condos with all the conveniences of home showcased in oceanic-inspired décor.

With its assortment of amenities, including indoor water parks, soothing whirlpools and indoor waterslides built specifically for adults, the Dunes is where luxury and leisure mesh and make for a wondrous vacation.

Nevertheless, you can up the ante and make your great getaway even grander by adding other types of enjoyment to your itinerary.

You might want to head south to Frank Theatres’ entertainment complex in Murrells Inlet, which is about 30 minutes away.

The 23,593-square-foot facility, which is a part of Inlet Square Mall, has stadium seating (so big heads won’t block your view of the movie screen), 16 bowling lanes, an arcade and a grill restaurant and bar.

It is a superlative excursion during rainy weather because you can eat and play all in one spot.

Ranked as one of the most popular attractions in Murrells Inlet on Trip Advisor, the complex gets consistently good reviews for being clean and ideal for children and adults.

Both enjoy delicious, finger food, such as pizza and pulled barbecue served on pretzel rolls – food from the eatery that they can take and enjoy while watching their movie.

The bowling alley, with glow-in-the- dark features, is dominated by a maroon décor with spacious seating, including contemporary sofas and ottomans.

The grill area has bar seating and a lengthy list of specialty pizzas, burgers and appetizers, including spinach artichoke dip and fried macaroni and cheese. There is even a children’s menu featuring bargain-priced entrees.
Folks have a blast hanging out in the complex’s arcade, where everything from pool tables to pinball machines keep the young and young at heart entertained for hours.
If you go:
What: Frank Theatres
Where: 10125 Frontage Road #12-F (at Inlet Square Mall), Murrells Inlet, S.C. 29576
When: Times vary.
Cost: Prices vary.
Information: Call 843-651-9400 or visit http://www.franktheatres.com/
Directions: Start out going southwest on North Ocean Boulevard/S.C. 73. Take the first right onto 52nd Ave. N. Take a left onto North Kings Highway/U.S. 17-BR. Take a right onto 38th Ave. N. Turn left onto U.S. 17. S.  Keep driving south on U.S. 17 until you see Frank Theatres on the left.

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