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Why Stay At Beaufort Inn
You'll feel like a South Carolina local at this Victorian bed and breakfast, built in 1897 and ideally located in Beaufort's Landmark Historic District.
This 1897 inn, set in a pink house in Beaufort's Landmark Historic District, is lovely and unique—and makes a fitting home base for exploring the charming small town, set on one of South Carolina's coastal islands. The 28 accommodations range from cozy top-floor rooms in the main house to cottages with fully stocked kitchens and private parlors that can sleep up to eight. The Hopeland Garden Suite has plaid window dressings and a sitting room; in one of the King Suites, you'll find a four-poster bed and fireplace. (All bathrooms are outfitted with rainwater showers and soaking tubs.) The outside spaces are pleasant, too. Rocking chairs are set along the white painted porch, and lush gardens are dotted with fountains.
Don't miss the inn's famous Sunday brunch, which includes Lowcountry-inspired favorites such as smoked Gouda grits and sweet potato and chicken hash.
Check out the Edmund Rhett Law Office, a historic building that was the scene of many meetings advocating southern independence during the 1850s. It's being converted into a guest space that will open in late 2012.
Arrive at Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport (SAV) which is approximately 46 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 75 minutes of travel time.809 Port Republic St., Beaufort, South Carolina, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Private Gardens
- Spa on Property
- Gift Shop
- Free Newspaper
- Business Services
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Free Local Phone Calls
- Irons + Ironing Boards
- Some with Balconies
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Afternoon Teatime
- Complimentary Afternoon Refreshments
- 2-person occupancy
- Light Afternoon Refreshments Daily
Why We Love Beaufort
This historic southern city has beautiful beaches, antebellum mansions, and a rich arts and culture scene.
2555 Sea Island Pkwy., Hunting Island.
Best Picnic Spot: Throw down a blanket or take a seat on one of the swings in Beaufort's pretty Waterfront Park.
Bay St., Downtown Historic District.
Must-See Museum: The Penn Center, once the first school for freed slaves, is now a Sea Islands history museum and U.S. National Landmark. Current exhibitions include "The Legacy of Conservation," showcasing works by eight Lowcountry artists.
16 Penn Center Circle W., Saint Helena Island.
History Tour: Take a carriage ride to see the town's antebellum mansions and spots where movies such as Forrest Gump and Prince of Tides were filmed.
Southurn Rose Buggy Tours: 1-843-524-2900
Why Go Now
April 7, 2012
Pickin' by the River
Local musicians play by the river at this communal music festival.
April 29, 2012
The Great Gatsby Lafayette Soiree
Cocktails and a silent auction are two highlights at this Fitzgerald-inspired event at the historic Tidewater, overlooking the Beaufort River.
May 5, 2012
Street Music on Paris Avenue
A free outdoor music concert series that's a favorite among locals.
July 13-22, 2012
Partake in raft races or fishing tournaments, head out on a shrimp boat tour, or watch the sailing regatta.