America’s Favorite Southern Hospitality Hotels

For the very first time this year, trivago users chose their favorite properties across America. Many of your favorite places to stay were concentrated in a region known for its legendary hospitality: the South. Whether it’s the sun and good weather, or it’s something in the water, this outstanding region has the highest concentration of trivago Award winners. With the winners chosen based on scores compiled from user ratings from a myriad of booking and review sites from all over the internet, this is a transparent and unbiased look at some of America’s favorite properties. 

So let’s sit down on the porch with a glass of lemonade and get properly introduced to places where Southern Hospitality still reigns true!

“Beaufort offers visitors and locals a small town feel in a coastal destination. From our variety of outdoor activities to our historic downtown district which transports individuals back to America’s founding days, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy in what has been dubbed ‘America’s Favorite Seaside Town.”
-Robb Wells, Tourism Division VP of the Beaufort Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Cuthbert House Inn

Revisit what Southern hospitality once meant at the 200 year old Antebellum mansion that hosts folks under the name Cuthbert House Inn. Winner in the Alternative Accommodation category in the 2017 trivago Awards, the quaint Inn is a quiet respite located next to the soothing breezes of the coastal waters. A formal Charleston garden is laid out across the grounds and whether you choose to walk it or view it from the veranda, the effect is nonetheless enchanting. A Southern-style breakfast will see you filled up for the vast majority of your day with everything coming out of the kitchen hot and homemade. Owners Jeff and Mary Ann will certainly make you feel that Southern welcome in Beaufort and daily social gatherings in the parlor or on the veranda carry on the friendly traditions rooted in the history of this property. 


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