Simple elegance in a tranquil setting describes our unique accommodations. Set on 8.5
This 3,655 square foot house has 763 square feet of bonus space, 4 bedrooms and 4 1/2
Completed in 1859, Redcliffe?
This beautiful beach house was built in 2000 with hardwoods and 9
Built c. 1820, this is one of Walterboro's five remaining "high houses," so named for the structure'
The Hampton House was built in 1912
This cast iron tower was built on Leamington Plantation in 1891 to replace an earlier c. 1863 tower destroyed by winds. Restored in 1986, the 90-ft. tower has 112
This lighthouse at Hilton Head's Sea Pines Plantation was built in 1969 as part of the island's Heritage Golf Tournament. The signature red and white tower is 93-ft. tall with 110
Haig Point, the first lighthouse for this island, was built in 1873 on the southwestern tip, with its rear beacon mounted in the 40-ft. tower atop the keeper's house. Decommissioned in 1936
Discover charming Historic (1562) Port Royal Village five minutes from downtown Beaufort. The Guest House is located conveniently to the Shops Harbor and River Beach Boardwalk and Observation Tower. 2
Built in 1962, this automated lighthouse is adjacent to Fort Moultrie. An active light house, the 163
Built in 1767 at the southern entrance to Charleston, the original tower was destroyed during the Civil War. The new tower, built in 1876, stands 161 ft. with 201
The 65-ft. red brick tower (c. 1827) is the oldest of its kind still standing in the US. It was replaced in 1857 by a 150
This Queen Anne-style structure (c. 1890)
This pre-Revolutionary War period Georgian-style single house was built by Thomas Elfe, one of Charleston'
Built in 1818
This National Historic Landmark (circa 1760) is considered the birthplace and childhood home of Joseph H. Rainey, one of the first African Americans elected to the US Congress (1870-1879)
The slave village contains six slave cabins and a slave chapel. In 1860, there were over one hundred slaves living and working in Mansfield. Major filming site for "The Patriot."
This 19th-century two-family Freedman's cabin is on the grounds of Middleton Place, a National Historic Landmark and a carefully preserved 18
Edmund H. Deas (Duke of Darlington) served as chairman of the Darlington County Republican Party in 1884 and 1888 and was a delegate to four national conventions from 1888-1908
This is the ancestral home, Hayne Hall, and burial ground of Colonel Isaac Hayne (1745-1781), a wealthy rice planter who fought for independence during the American Revolution.
Born into slavery in the Virgin Islands, Vesey purchased his freedom from his Charleston slave holder and settled into life as a carpenter on Bull Street. In 1821 Vesey'
Built c. 1832, the church's Greek Revival influences include four Doric columns that support the portico. Originally clapboard, the building was bricked over in 1922
The former Governor's mansion (circa 1760) reflects the romantic grandeur of Historic Charleston. Declared a National Historic Landmark, this celebrated Inn features 11
The White House Inn is a Greek Revival style home with large columns topped with Ionic capitals. An affluent textile magnate, Mr. E. R. Cash, built it in the early 1900’
This c. 1820 house, now restored, served briefly as a headquarters for Gen. Sherman'
We invite you to enjoy the ease of "Low-Country Living" in our spacious & comfortable riverfront home. Full course gourmet breakfasts are served around the family table in the "River Room" &
Harbor House,circa 1765, is the only waterfront bed and breakfast located in Georgetown's Historic District. All guest rooms offer spectacular harbor views. The immaculately restored house has
Built in 1886 and designed in the Second Empire style as an opulent private residence for wealthy cotton merchant Francis Silas Rodgers, the Wentworth Mansion is one of the world'
Specializing in Vacation Rentals and Interval Sales, Egrets Pointe offers luxurious 2 Bedroom Suites (sleeps 6)
These two c.1830 large clapboard mansions were built as the Upcountry summer residences by the Lowcountry planters, Ladson Gibbes (Ashtabula) and Charles Cotesworth Pinckney (Woodburn)
House of Blues, a premier restaurant and entertainment venue located in Barefoot Landing, is fashioned in the ambiance of an old Southern Delta Juke Joint. The restaurant'
For over 150 years, Barnwell's rare vertical sundial has given the correct time of day to passersby. It is thought to be the only one of its kind remaining in America.
(c. 1778) European opulence featuring rice beds, continental breakfast, afternoon tea, nightly turn-down service &
Located in Charleston, South Carolina, at the private garden of No.20 on the Battery overlooking beautiful White Point Gardens & Charleston Harbor; Approved member of South Carolina Bed &
The Cox House Inn is located in Johnston, South Carolina on Hwy. 121 (connecting I-20 with I-26)
The Cuthbert House Inn, overlooking the bay's tranquil natural beauty, offers southern hospitality in a stately mansion filled with mid-19
Located in the heart of the historic district, this architecturally distinctive property (ca.1800)
Enchanting Inn, circa 1740
Home (c. 1861) in the heart of downtown. Furnished with elegant period style furniture; Restaurants & shopping nearby;
The Greek Revival mansion commands a sweeping view of the harbor from its location on Charleston's High Battery. Built in 1825 by merchant Charles Edmondston, Greek revival details were added in 1838
Turn of the century home nestled in the Upcountry foothills; Sunday afternoon tea, pond, & gardens. Full service restaurant Tues.-Friday lunch. Southern Sunday Lunch 11:00-2:00
Inn(c. 1888) located in the Village of Mt Pleasant; Four-poster beds; Approved member of the SC Bed & Breakfast Association. AAA; Mobile 3-Star rating; Four star Restaurant &
One of only three Charleston B&B's highly recommended by Fodor's, In Style, and Travel Holiday. Six lovely and tranquil rooms, some with jacuzzi and fireplace, near the Battery in an 18
Open year round with fruits, vegetables, jams, flea market items, ciders, gourds, bird baths &
The Verdier House, built in 1800-1805
John Rutledge, signer of the US Constitution, built his home in 1763. It is one of only fifteen homes belonging to those signers to survive. Recognized by AAA-4
Greek Revival Mansion(c.1843) with fireplaces, courtyard &
Small, family motel on the oceanfront; Near amusements;
Temporary Lodging At DeTreville House (66 Rooms) 3 Handicap Rms. w/ Full Kitchen / 12 Kg. Rms. 6 W/ hide-a-bed & kitchen / 6 w/o kitchen. 26 dbl./dbl w/full kitchen/ 25 dbl./dbl. w/
Originally opened in 1853 and completely restored in 2006
Located across the street from the ocean on the north end of North Myrtle Beach. Open: Easter - October 30
Completed in 1808 for wealthy shipping merchant Nathaniel Russell and his wife, Sarah Russell, this townhouse is recognized as one of America'
The Rhett House Inn dates to 1820
Elegant century old house with rare decorative; Italianate architecture and beautiful ceiling moldings. Orginally known as the Brodie-Pinkussohn House; All rooms have mahogany &
Early Colonial American home within walking distance of Georgetown Historic District, SC Bed & Breakfast Assn. member, AAA 3
104 rooms, 7-acres of spacious grounds, private balconies, and a conference room that will accommodate up to 40
Located downtown in historic district.Four bedrooms elegantly furnished with antiques and local art. Private baths, queen beds, kitchen, dining room &
(c.1739) This antebellum Charleston single house was built for Thomas Lamboll, a notable colonial judge; Large rooms with private baths; Children welcome; Off street parking available. SC Bed &
Oceanfront location near Barefoot Landing and area amusements;
19th Century Victorian structure built in the Romanesque style in the heart of Charleston'
(c.1823) Gothic revival carriage house with garden behind the 1802
Early in this century, Abbeville was a center of activity for western South Carolina. Many "road companies" toured from New York to Atlanta, with the Opera House as an overnight stop. Between 1908
Built in the 1830s, this Greek-Revival house was the site of the first reading of the secession papers, giving birth to the Confederacy. The "Cause" died here as well. On May 2, 1865