Home to several historic bed and breakfast locations in its downtown district, Beaufort is a popular destination for bridal showers and bachelorette parties. Seeping with Southern charm and downtown shops to explore, this town is where history is made. In fact, the city ranked first place as 2013 America’s Happiest Seaside Towns by the readers of Coastal Living Magazine.
Be sure to wear your walking shoes. The state’s only lighthouse that visitors can still climb is located nearby at Hunting Island. You can make it back to the hotel in time for happy hour, which includes Champagne and cheese if you choose to stay at the Rhett House Inn. Complimentary homemade cookies, lemonade and ice tea are also served during the afternoon.
Following a day of seeing the sights, pamper yourself (especially your feet) at the Beaufort Inn’s full-service spa. This local hot spot also holds afternoon teatimes on Tuesday through Saturday from 1 – 3 p.m., reservations required. Or stay for dinner at the Southern Graces Bistro at Beaufort Inn, an upscale contemporary take on fine Southern fare by Certified Executive Chef Christopher Hewitt. Sample the area’s fresh seafood and cuisine inspired from the area’s Gullah heritage. BeaufortSC.org
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