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Gables Inn and Gardens

Gables Inn and Gardens

105 Ward Ave, Ward, SC 29166, USA

Come and check out our lovely B&B and quaint comfy rooms. Each room is personally decorated. Each room offers all the comforts of home to include private baths and your own personal lounging area. Nestled in the heart of the country-side, our B&B is perfectly located for the weekend break or a leisurely mid-week holiday.

Website: www.gablesinnandgardens.com

Rates: $120 – $135
Cancellation Policy: Two week cancellation for full refund, after non-refundable
Breakfast: Hot full breakfast served
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No Comments: Outside designated area
Pets: No
Children: Yes Comments: 12 and older

Specials:

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Horseback Riding on Site or Nearby
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Wi-Fi
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Local Area Attractions

  • Summerville Historic District
  • Charleston Historic District
  • Middleton Place
  • Magnolia Gardens & Plantation
  • Francis Beidler Forest and Audubon Center (the worlds largest tupelo cypress swamp)
  • Miles of nature trails through forest and marsh in our many state and county parks
  • Edisto River
  • Drayton Hall Plantation
  • Mepkin Abbey
  • South Carolina Aquarium fishing and boating on the Santee Lakes
  • The ‘Town Green’ with quaint shops, antiques, and the oldest pharmacy in South Carolina featuring a genuine soda fountain
  • Cypress Gardens
  • Interstate 26 nearby
  • Yorktown Museum
  • Family Circle Tennis Tournament
  • Plantations
  • 40 golf courses
  • Stock car racing
  • Shopping
  • Theater
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Caroline’s Bed and Breakfast

Caroline’s Bed and Breakfast

705 S. Magnolia St Summerville, SC 29483

Hidden Gem! Cozy, warm, elegant home located in the historic neighborhood of Summerville. Welcomed by a huge front porch with various sitting areas. The bedrooms are very spacious, fireplaces, TV, sitting area, desk area, personal Keurig, private bathroom. Library filled with books, games, refrigerator, microwave, ice maker, bottled water, popcorn, great beds!

Rates: $215 – $135
Cancellation Policy: Two week cancellation for full refund, after non-refundable
Breakfast: Hot full breakfast served
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No Comments: Outside designated area
Pets: No
Children: Yes Comments: 12 and older

Specials:

Corporate Discounts
Business traveler’s discount Monday thru Wednesday – 15%

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Horseback Riding on Site or Nearby
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Wi-Fi

Rates: $215 – $135
Cancellation Policy: Two week cancellation for full refund, after non-refundable
Breakfast: Hot full breakfast served
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No Comments: Outside designated area
Pets: No
Children: Yes Comments: 12 and older

Specials:

Corporate Discounts
Business traveler’s discount Monday thru Wednesday – 15%

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Local Area Attractions

  • Summerville Historic District
  • Charleston Historic District
  • Middleton Place
  • Magnolia Gardens & Plantation
  • Francis Beidler Forest and Audubon Center (the worlds largest tupelo cypress swamp)
  • Miles of nature trails through forest and marsh in our many state and county parks
  • Edisto River
  • Drayton Hall Plantation
  • Mepkin Abbey
  • South Carolina Aquarium fishing and boating on the Santee Lakes
  • The ‘Town Green’ with quaint shops, antiques, and the oldest pharmacy in South Carolina featuring a genuine soda fountain
  • Cypress Gardens
  • Interstate 26 nearby
  • Yorktown Museum
  • Family Circle Tennis Tournament
  • Beaches
  • Plantations
  • 40 golf courses
  • Stock car racing
  • Shopping
  • Theater
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21 East Battery B&B

21 East Battery B&B

21 East Battery Charleston, SC 29401

Located on the bluffs of the Ashley River and secluded among the trees, the Inn offers relaxed accommodations in unsurpassed natural beauty. Room rates include admission to America’s Oldest Landscaped Gardens, the Plantation Stableyards and Middleton Place House Museum (a $74 value), Healthy Start Breakfast, Evening Managers Reception and Outdoor excursions.

4290 Ashley River Road,  Charleston,  SC 29414

Telephone: 843-556-0500 / Toll-Free: 800-543-4774

Email: reservations@theinnatmiddletonplace.com

Innkeeper(s): Abigail Martin

Website: theinnatmiddletonplace.com

Amenities:

  • AAA Approved
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Suites Available
  • Ground Floor Rooms
  • Pet Friendly Inn
  • Horses Boarded
  • Inn can Host Weddings
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Inn has a Swimming Pool
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn has Nature Based Offerings
  • Birding Nearby
  • Horseback Riding on Site or Nearby
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Wi-Fi

Rates: $129 – $450
Cancellation Policy: 3 days prior to arrival/$15 administration fee applies
Breakfast: Complimentary Healthy Start/Cooked to order hot breakfast
Check-in: 4:00 PM Check-out: 12:00 NOON
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes Comments: Within 50 lbs and with a $50 non-refundable pet fee
Children: Yes

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Local Area Attractions

  • The Battery
  • Nathaniel Russell House
  • Carriage tours
  • Original historic district
  • King St. shopping
  • Meeting Street shopping
  • Beaches
  • Fort Sumter
  • Sightseeing
  • Water sports
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Old Market
  • Middleton Place
  • Drayton Hall
  • Gullah Tours
  • Hunley Submarine
  • Ghost Tours
  • Cooper River Bridge Run
  • Aiken Rhett Home
  • Horseback riding
  • Revolutionary and Civil War history
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Historical plantations
  • City mansions
  • South Carolina Aquarium
  • Wildlife tours
  • Historic churches
  • Live theater
  • Shopping
  • Boating & Boat tours
  • Black history
  • Patriot’s Point
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • Imax Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Fine Dining
  • Walking Tours
  • Patriot’s Pointe
  • Edmundson-Alston Home
  • Theatre
  • Symphony
  • Dance
  • Spoleto Festival
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Historic homes tours
  • Antiques
  • Sailing
  • Marina
  • Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Fort Moultrie
  • Civil War Tours
  • Naval Ship Museum
  • Old City Market
  • Festival of Houses and Gardens
  • Southeastern Wildlife Expo
  • CSS Hunley
  • Kayaking
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The Inn At Middleton Place

The Inn At Middleton Place

The Inn at Middleton Place offers relaxing accommodations in an atmosphere of unsurpassed natural beauty for a quiet vacation, a weekend getaway, or a mid-week business conference. The Inn’s 55 rooms are secluded among tall pines and live oaks – only a short stroll from Middleton Place, iconic feature of the South Carolina Low Country and home of America’s oldest landscaped Gardens. Among only two hotels chosen in South Carolina, the Inn at Middleton Place made National Geographic Traveler magazine’s first-ever, annual “Stay List.” The April 2008 issue’s “Stay List” celebrates 150 hotels in the United States, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean region that are among the best at blending location-inspired architecture, ambiance and amenities, Eco-stewardship and an ethic of giving back to the
community.
Dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows bring into every room all the rich tones of the outdoor woodland setting, with sweeping views over the winding Ashley River, where the rice plantation culture flourished more than 200 years ago.
Guests of The Inn have access to all the points of interest which make Middleton Place so fascinating. In addition to the Gardens, begun in 1741, the House Museum (1755) offers tours daily and the Stableyards bring to life the sights and sounds of an 18th and
19th-century plantation.

4290 Ashley River Rd,  Charleston, South Carolina 29414

Telephone: (843) 556 0500 / Fax: (843) 556 5673

Email: reservations@theinnatmiddletonplace.com

Innkeeper(s): Abigail Martin

Website: theinnatmiddletonplace.com

Amenities:

  • AAA Approved
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Suites Available
  • Ground Floor Rooms
  • Pet Friendly Inn
  • Horses Boarded
  • Inn can Host Weddings
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Inn has a Swimming Pool
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn has Nature Based Offerings
  • Birding Nearby
  • Horseback Riding on Site or Nearby
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Wi-Fi

Rates: $129 – $450
Cancellation Policy: 3 days prior to arrival/$15 administration fee applies
Breakfast: Complimentary Healthy Start/Cooked to order hot breakfast
Check-in: 4:00 PM Check-out: 12:00 NOON
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes Comments: Within 50 lbs and with a $50 non-refundable pet fee
Children: Yes

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Local Area Attractions

  • The Battery
  • Nathaniel Russell House
  • Carriage tours
  • Original historic district
  • King St. shopping
  • Meeting Street shopping
  • Beaches
  • Fort Sumter
  • Sightseeing
  • Water sports
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Old Market
  • Middleton Place
  • Drayton Hall
  • Gullah Tours
  • Hunley Submarine
  • Ghost Tours
  • Cooper River Bridge Run
  • Aiken Rhett Home
  • Horseback riding
  • Revolutionary and Civil War history
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Historical plantations
  • City mansions
  • South Carolina Aquarium
  • Wildlife tours
  • Historic churches
  • Live theater
  • Shopping
  • Boating & Boat tours
  • Black history
  • Patriot’s Point
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • Imax Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Fine Dining
  • Walking Tours
  • Patriot’s Pointe
  • Edmundson-Alston Home
  • Theatre
  • Symphony
  • Dance
  • Spoleto Festival
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Historic homes tours
  • Antiques
  • Sailing
  • Marina
  • Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Fort Moultrie
  • Civil War Tours
  • Naval Ship Museum
  • Old City Market
  • Festival of Houses and Gardens
  • Southeastern Wildlife Expo
  • CSS Hunley
  • Kayaking
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Thomas Lamboll House

Thomas Lamboll House

1735 Georgian single private home in heart of historic district. Two large bedrooms with queen size beds. Private baths, Central air, fireplaces, french doors leading to piazza. Sumptuous continental breakfast in formal dining room. Off street parking at no charge. Wi-Fi.

19 King Street, Charleston,  SC 29401
Telephone: 843-723-3212
Toll-Free: 888-874-0793
Fax: n/a
Email: Lamboll@aol.com
Innkeeper(s): Marie and Emerson Read
Website: http://www.lambollhouse.com
Amenities:

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Suites Available
  • Historic Inn
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn is within 10 miles of a Beach
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates
  • Wi-Fi

No. Rooms: 2
Rates: $125 – $195
Cancellation Policy: n/a
Breakfast: n/a
Check-in: Call
Check-out: Call
Smoking: No
Pets: No
Children: Yes

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Local Area Attractions

  • The Battery
  • Nathaniel Russell House
  • Carriage tours
  • Original historic district
  • King St. shopping
  • Meeting Street shopping
  • Beaches
  • Fort Sumter
  • Sightseeing
  • Water sports
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Old Market
  • Middleton Place
  • Drayton Hall
  • Gullah Tours
  • Hunley Submarine
  • Ghost Tours
  • Cooper River Bridge Run
  • Aiken Rhett Home
  • Horseback riding
  • Revolutionary and Civil War history
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Historical plantations
  • City mansions
  • South Carolina Aquarium
  • Wildlife tours
  • Historic churches
  • Live theater
  • Shopping
  • Boating & Boat tours
  • Black history
  • Patriot’s Point
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • Imax Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Fine Dining
  • Walking Tours
  • Patriot’s Pointe
  • Edmundson-Alston Home
  • Theatre
  • Symphony
  • Dance
  • Spoleto Festival
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Historic homes tours
  • Antiques
  • Sailing
  • Marina
  • Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Fort Moultrie
  • Civil War Tours
  • Naval Ship Museum
  • Old City Market
  • Festival of Houses and Gardens
  • Southeastern Wildlife Expo
  • CSS Hunley
  • Kayaking
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Bloomsbury Inn

Bloomsbury Inn

Sensational in any Season…the award winning Bloomsbury Inn is ready and awaiting your arrival. With uncompromising detail, Bloomsbury mingles elegance and history in the 1854 home where Mary Boykin Chesnut penned in her famed “Diary From Dixie”. Gourmet breakfast…luxury and business accommodations…you will be pampered. Just 3 miles to I-20.

Southern hospitality, gourmet breakfasts and complimentary socials which include a walk through history with the innkeepers, Bruce and Katherine Brown, is an unmatched experience.

Our home features large well-appointed bed chambers from which to select. The oversized rooms, with 13 foot ceilings and individual central heat/air temperature controls with clean-effects technology for 99.98% allergen free air, feature queen and king beds, private baths with 1930 Italian tiles, and sitting areas. Located on two acres of manicured grounds, several garden sitting areas and the wrap around veranda offer peace and tranquility from the everyday stresses of life. Two parlors on the main floor of the home are always open. The ladies’ parlor, featuring Zuber wallpaper, offers a quiet retreat for reading or for pleasant conversation. The gentlemen’s parlor often times attracts those interested in the latest world or sports news. The quiet serenity is enhanced by a lack of traffic since Bloomsbury is strategically located one block off the busy streets transiting Camden.

Walk the grounds of Bloomsbury – over 150 years of fauna to take in. Bloomsbury has something flowering the entire year round. In the spring, over 400 azaleas erupt into a brilliant bloom along with the Bradford Pear and Flowering Dogwood trees. During the summer the rhododendrons display their colors and in the fall the hydrangeas bloom.

Winter also has its color with over a dozen camellias on the grounds displaying a brilliant collage. Magnolias add their blossoms to the rich Bloomsbury landscape. Directly in front of the house are three huge Live Oaks towering over 50 feet each to provide much needed shade from the heat of the South Carolina sun. With a rose, hydrangea, and herb garden there is something for everyone at Bloomsbury. The grounds have recently been documented for the South Carolina Landscape Initiative.

Bloomsbury is situated in the Camden historic district on a street which Mary Chesnut described in her diaries, 12 June 1865, “And yet from my window I look out on many a gallant youth and maiden fair. The street is crowded, and it is a gay sight” They call the walk in front of Bloomsbury, “The Boulevard.” The original brick lined walkways and drives have been unearthed to lead you directly to “The Boulevard.”

Inside their lovingly restored home, with uncompromising attention to detail, the Browns have created a warm and welcoming environment for all who traverse the leaded glass doorway. The innkeepers reside in the residence and are readily available for personal concierge services. With luxurious amenities and thoughtful touches, Bloomsbury will surpass your expectations.

Historic Bloomsbury limits itself to the number of guests it hosts each evening. Few Bed and Breakfasts can match the personal attention, intimate atmosphere, and concierge service guests receive. Attention to detail and quality of culinary arts are placed first for our guests. That is why Bloomsbury was selected as one of the top ten bed and breakfasts in the nation. Arrive at Bloomsbury and experience as Mary Boykin Chesnut said “Bloomsbury – home again.”

1707 Lyttleton Street,  Camden,  South Carolina 29020
Telephone: (803) 4325858
Toll-Free: n/a
Fax: (803) 4325858
Email: bloomsburyinn@gmail.com
Innkeeper(s): Bruce and Katherine Brown

Website: http://www.bloomsburyinn.com

Amenities:

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Historic Inn
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn has Nature Based Offerings
  • Birding Nearby
  • Horseback Riding on Site or Nearby
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates
  • Wi-Fi

Rates: $149 – $215
Cancellation Policy: 14 days
Breakfast: Full Gourmet Breakfast
Check-in: 3:30 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No
Pets: No
Children: No Comments: 12 years and older

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Additional Information

Welcome to one of the “Top Ten Bed and Breakfasts” in the nation, the award winning Bloomsbury Inn of Camden, South Carolina where you will find true Southern hospitality, gourmet breakfasts and complimentary socials which include a walk through history with the innkeepers. Bruce and Katherine Brown have been selected as “Top Innkeepers of the Year”. Experience Bloomsbury, and you will soon understand why.

Our home features large well-appointed bed chambers from which to select. The oversized rooms, with 13 foot ceilings and individual central heat/air temperature controls with clean-effects technology for 99.98% allergen free air, feature queen and king beds, private baths with 1930 Italian tiles, and sitting areas. Located on two acres of manicured grounds, several garden sitting areas and the wrap around veranda offer peace and tranquility from the everyday stresses of life. Two parlors on the main floor of the home are always open. The ladies’ parlor, featuring Zuber wallpaper, offers a quiet retreat for reading or for pleasant conversation. The gentlemen’s parlor often times attracts those interested in the latest world or sports news. The quiet serenity is enhanced by a lack of traffic since Bloomsbury is strategically located one block off the busy streets transiting Camden.

The lower level offers the engineer/ architectural enthusiast a glimpse at original brick walls milled at Mulberry Plantation and of hand carved pine beams which were numerically identified during the building of the home. The student of military history will find the lower level foyer filled with mementos which outline United States Air Force history and the careers of the innkeepers. The basic approach on the forth floor sustains the original tin room for storing leather trunks when the families visited the “in town” home, unfinished heart pine floors and historic wallpaper.

The original 1849 detached kitchen house is also available for viewing. The walk-in fireplace and brick oven draw the attentions of many guests. Although Katherine is not prone to cooking there, she has several cast iron pots that are routinely used in the current kitchen.

Walk the grounds of Bloomsbury – over 150 years of fauna to take in. Situated on two acres of manicured grounds, Bloomsbury has something flowering the entire year round. In the spring, over 400 azaleas erupt into a brilliant bloom along with the Bradford Pear and Flowering Dogwood trees. During the summer the rhododendrons display their colors and in the fall the hydrangeas bloom. Winter also has its color with over a dozen camellias on the grounds displaying a brilliant collage. Magnolias add their blossoms to the rich Bloomsbury landscape. Directly in front of the house are three huge Live Oaks towering over 50 feet each to provide much needed shade from the heat of the South Carolina sun. With a rose, hydrangea, and herb garden there is something for everyone at Bloomsbury. The grounds have recently been documented for the South Carolina Landscape Initiative.

Bloomsbury is situated in the Camden historic district on a street which Mary Chesnut described in her diaries, 12 June 1865, “And yet from my window I look out on many a gallant youth and maiden fair. The street is crowded, and it is a gay sight” They call the walk in front of Bloomsbury, “The Boulevard.” The original brick lined walkways and drives have been unearthed to lead you directly to “The Boulevard.”

Inside their lovingly restored home, with uncompromising attention to detail, the Browns have created a warm and welcoming environment for all who traverse the leaded glass doorway. The innkeepers reside in the residence and are readily available for personal concierge services. With luxurious amenities and thoughtful touches, Bloomsbury will surpass your expectations.

Historic Bloomsbury limits itself to the number of guests it hosts each evening. Few Bed and Breakfasts can match the personal attention, intimate atmosphere, and concierge service guests receive. Attention to detail and quality of culinary arts are placed first for our guests. That is why Bloomsbury was selected as one of the top ten bed and breakfasts in the nation. Arrive at Bloomsbury and experience as Mary Boykin Chesnut said “Bloomsbury – home again.”

Local Area Attractions

  • Steeplechase Races
  • Excellent dining
  • Antebellum homes
  • Camden Polo
  • Camden Country Club
  • Camden Antique District
  • Fine Arts Center of Kershaw
  • National Steeplechase Museum
  • Carolina Blues Festival
  • Historic Boykin
  • Springdale Race Course
  • Colonial Cup
  • N.R. Goodall State Park
  • Quaker Cemetary
  • Springdale Hall
  • Swan Lake
  • Antique Malls
  • Heritage Shooting Sports
  • Springdale Hall
  • Buckley School of Public Speaking
  • Camden Military Academy
  • Carolina Cup
  • Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site
  • Westfall Arena Horse Park
  • Battle of Hobkirk Hill Site
  • Quaint historical district with beautiful homes
  • Walking or driving tours
  • Darlington Raceway
  • Horse farmsIris Gardens/ Market of Sumter
  • Kershaw-Cornwallis House
  • Boykin Spaniel Association
  • Sporting Dog Field Trials
  • Camden Archives & Museum
  • Carolina Motor Sports Park
  • Colonial Cup
  • Lake Wateree
  • White Pines Golf Course
  • Battle of Camden Site
  • Columbia State Museum
  • Corporate Headquarters:
    •  Dana Corporation
    • Dupont
    • Haier
    • Howden Buffalo
    • SC Yutaka
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Water’s Edge Inn

Water’s Edge Inn

Located minutes from historic Charleston, Water’s Edge Inn boasts 9 beautifully appointed guest rooms featuring Heavenly queen size beds, plasma flat screen TVs, wireless internet, fireplaces, mini fridges & beverage stations. Complimentary breakfast and happy hour are provided daily as well as a golf cart shuttle service and 24-hr access to our outdoor hot tub.

79 W 2nd St,  Folly Beach,  SC 29439
Telephone: 843-588-9800
Toll-Free: 800-738-0884
Fax: 843-588-2806
Email: info@innatfollybeach.com
Innkeeper(s): Paul Lauer
Website: http://www.innatfollybeach.com
Amenities:

  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Rooms with Whirlpool Tubs
  • Rooms with Both Fireplaces and Whirlpool Tubs
  • Suites Available
  • Inn can Host Weddings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn is within 10 miles of a Beach
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates

No. Rooms: 9
Rates: $129 – $309
Cancellation Policy: Must cancel 14 days prior to check in for full refund of 1st night’s deposit. See additional info provided on website.
Breakfast: Continental buffet; hot breakfast dishes vary daily
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No Comments: Smoking Permitted Outside Only
Pets: Yes Comments: Exceptions may be made for winter months only. No pets allowed during the busy season.
Children: Yes Comments: Children must be 12 & over to stay in the inn; no age restriction for villas

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Local Area Attractions

  • The Battery
  • Nathaniel Russell House
  • Carriage tours
  • Original historic district
  • King St. shopping
  • Meeting Street shopping
  • Beaches
  • Fort Sumter
  • Sightseeing
  • Water sports
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Old Market
  • Middleton Place
  • Drayton Hall
  • Gullah Tours
  • Hunley Submarine
  • Ghost Tours
  • Cooper River Bridge Run
  • Aiken Rhett Home
  • Horseback riding
  • Revolutionary and Civil War history
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Historical plantations
  • City mansions
  • South Carolina Aquarium
  • Wildlife tours
  • Historic churches
  • Live theater
  • Shopping
  • Boating & Boat tours
  • Black history
  • Patriot’s Point
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • Imax Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Fine Dining
  • Walking Tours
  • Patriot’s Pointe
  • Edmundson-Alston Home
  • Theatre
  • Symphony
  • Dance
  • Spoleto Festival
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Historic homes tours
  • Antiques
  • Sailing
  • Marina
  • Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Fort Moultrie
  • Civil War Tours
  • Naval Ship Museum
  • Old City Market
  • Festival of Houses and Gardens
  • Southeastern Wildlife Expo
  • CSS Hunley
  • Kayaking
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Morris Island Lighthouse
  • Folly Fishing Pier
  • USS Yorktown
  • Charleston Market
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Veranda On Main

Veranda On Main

Magnificent Southern Greek Revival home with porches galore! Enjoy the view of Abbeville’s historic Main Street, and take a short stroll downtown to our famed Opera House. A house full of character, luxurious bedrooms, and gracious hosts make this Abbeville’s favorite bed and breakfast.

802 N Main St,  Abbeville,  SC 29620
Telephone: (864) 366-9540
Toll-Free: n/a
Fax: n/a
Email: tltyner@wctel.net
Innkeeper(s): Thomas and Linda Tyner
Website: http://www.verandaonmain.com
Amenities:

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Rooms with Whirlpool Tubs
  • Inn can Host Weddings
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates
  • Wi-Fi

No. Rooms: 4
Rates: $99 – $149
Cancellation Policy: 48 hours
Breakfast: Full gourmet included with room
Check-in: Please Call
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No
Pets: No
Children: No

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Local Area Attractions

  • Burt Stark Mansion – site of last meeting of Pres. Jefferson Davis & Cabinets to decide fate of Confederate States
  • “Birthplace and Deathbed of the Confederacy”…numerous historic sites nearby
  • Abbeville Opera House built 1908, numerous plays throughout the year
  • Trinity Episcopal Church-one of oldest in Up State foundation laid 1852
  • Historic Abbeville Square with brick streets
  • Spring Festival on the Square – 1st weekend in May
  • Dickens Holiday Open House – 2nd weekend in November
  • Quaint Shops and Restaurants
  • Numerous festivities during the year
  • Several Nice State Parks Nearby
  • Several Lakes for Fishing and Recreation Nearby
  • Star Fort
  • Lander University
  • Erskine College
  • Savannah Lakes Golf Course
  • Antique Shopping
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 Two Meeting Street Inn

Two Meeting Street Inn

C. 1890 Queen Anne Victorian in the heart of Charleston’s Historic District. Charleston’s oldest and most romantic Inn. Family antiques, Tiffany Stained Glass Windows, and intricate carved oak paneling. On Historic Battery and waterfront.

2 Meeting St,Charleston, SC 29401
Telephone: 843-723-7322
Toll-Free: 888-723-7322
Fax: 843-723-7802
Email: innkeeper2meetst@bellsouth.net
Innkeeper(s): Pete and Jean Spell
Website: http://www.twomeetingstreet.com
Amenities:

  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Ground Floor Rooms
  • Historic Inn
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Tennis on Site or Nearby
  • Inn is within 10 miles of a Beach
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates

No. Rooms: 9
Rates: $219 – $435
Cancellation Policy: 3 weeks prior to your reservation, minus a $25.00 cancellation fee
Breakfast: Gracious Continential with Hot Entree and fresh fruit
Check-in: 2:30 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No
Pets: No
Children: Yes Comments: Over 12 years old

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Local Area Attractions

  • The Battery
  • Nathaniel Russell House
  • Carriage tours
  • Original historic district
  • King St. shopping
  • Meeting Street shopping
  • Beaches
  • Fort Sumter
  • Sightseeing
  • Water sports
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Old Market
  • Middleton Place
  • Drayton Hall
  • Gullah Tours
  • Hunley Submarine
  • Ghost Tours
  • Cooper River Bridge Run
  • Aiken Rhett Home
  • Horseback riding
  • Revolutionary and Civil War history
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Historical plantations
  • City mansions
  • South Carolina Aquarium
  • Wildlife tours
  • Historic churches
  • Live theater
  • Shopping
  • Boating & Boat tours
  • Black history
  • Patriot’s Point
  • Boone Hall Plantation
  • Imax Theatre
  • Gardens
  • Fine Dining
  • Walking Tours
  • Patriot’s Pointe
  • Edmundson-Alston Home
  • Theatre
  • Theatre
  • Symphony
  • Dance
  • Spoleto Festival
  • Dock Street Theatre
  • Historic homes tours
  • Antiques
  • Sailing
  • Marina
  • Citadel
  • College of Charleston
  • Magnolia Plantation
  • Fort Moultrie
  • Civil War Tours
  • Naval Ship Museum
  • Old City Market
  • Festival of Houses and Gardens
  • Southeastern Wildlife Expo
  • CSS Hunley
  • Kayaking
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Three Pines View

Three Pines View

Boutique Mountain Lodge. Produce grown on the grounds when available. Long range mountain views, unique, beautifully appointed bungalows with fireplaces, private baths, whirlpool tubs and morning kitchens. Private entrances and porches. Located between Lakes Jocassee and Keowee. Boating, Hiking, kayaking available. Uninterrupted tranquility. Rustic elegance.

151 Shack Hollow Rd Salem,  South Carolina 29676
Telephone: 864-784-2974
Toll-Free: n/a
Fax: n/a
Email: threepinesviewlodge@gmail.com
Innkeeper(s): Sharon and Andrew Conkey
Website: http://www.threepinesview.com
Amenities:

  • Corporate Business Travel Welcome
  • Family Oriented
  • Rooms with Fireplaces
  • Rooms with Whirlpool Tubs
  • Rooms with Both Fireplaces and Whirlpool Tubs
  • Suites Available
  • Ground Floor Rooms
  • Pet Friendly Inn
  • Inn can Host Weddings
  • Inn can Host Meetings
  • Antiquing Nearby
  • Golf Nearby
  • Inn is within 10 miles of a Beach
  • Inn has Nature Based Offerings
  • Canoeing or Kayaking on Site or Nearby
  • Inn accepts SCBBA Gift Certificates
  • Wi-Fi

No. Rooms: 4
Rates: $225 – $250
Cancellation Policy: 2 weeks
Breakfast: Full service elegant breakfast
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Smoking: No
Pets: Yes Comments: $50 charge/ small well behaved dogs only
Children: Yes Comments: $25 extra/person No charge for children under 2 years old

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Local Area Attractions

  • Antiques
  • Crafts
  • Dining
  • Clemson University
  • Educational and Sporting Events
  • Lake Jocassee
  • Lake Keowee
  • Blue Ridge Mountains
  • Golf
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Dining
  • Greenville
  • Peace Center for Performing Arts
  • Cashiers and Highlands North Carolina
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