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Best Western Sea Island Inn

Stay in the heart of the Beaufort Historic District and explore the antebellum homes, plantations, and secluded islands of South Carolina’s Low Country at our charming hotel on the Beaufort River. Walk to quaint shops, art galleries, book stores, and a variety of cafés, bistros, coffee shops, and eateries.

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The Beaufort Inn

The Beaufort Inn, located in the heart of Beaufort’s Landmark Historic District. The Beaufort Inn’s historic architecture, curved balconies, verandas and gardens capture the essence of a gracious southern coastal town. Let our Beaufort South Carolina hotel exceed your expectations.

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Rhett House Inn

Our Inn’s manager and support staff provide the best service for you possible. We’re passionate about the Rhett House Inn as well as our guests and it shows in the level of service that we provide. We’re always happy to help find the solution for your needs. So, feel free to contact us with any […]

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Courtney Bend at New River

Escape to New River’s premier new address… Courtney Bend. Away from congestion, yet conveniently located, this new, luxuriously built gated community is close to shopping and entertainment. This is what living is about!

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Featured Articles

The Great Sea Island Storm of 1893

On Sunday night, August 27, 1893, the eye of the huge, slow-moving Category 3 hurricane landed just south of Savannah, ripping through South Carolina’s coastal islands with a 10- to 12-foot storm surge on a high tide. Estimates of the death toll ranged up to 3,500. No one could count all of the bodies that […]

Jery’s Baskets: Weaving Together History and Art

As a five-year-old girl, Jery B. Taylor learned the art of sweetgrass basket weaving from her grandmother on the grounds of Boone Hall Plantation near Charleston, SC. Today, Taylor owns Jery’s Baskets, an artist studio located in the heart of Savannah’s City Market that showcases her handwoven baskets, bowls, trays, fans and vases, as well […]

Beaufort Named the Most Romantic Spot in South Carolina in 2018

Love is in the air in all year long in Beaufort. Residents of our town have know that for years. And now theactivetimes.com and MSN.com have named Beaufort “The Most Romantic Locale” in the state of South Carolina. Along with its Southern charm, Beaufort offers picturesque historic homes, elegant live oak trees, laden with Spanish moss, fine eateries, […]

Pat Conroy Literary Center Celebrates the Author & Literature

Founded in 2016 to honor the legendary author of “Prince of Tides,” “Beach Music” and “The Water is Wide,” the Pat Conroy Literary Center has a mission to educate, inspire and empower readers, writers and teachers in the Lowcountry and beyond. Located in a historic house at 308 Charles Street in Beaufort—Conroy’s beloved hometown—the Center […]

The Lee Bros.’ Pickled Shrimp with Fennel Recipe

Pickled Shrimp with Fennel from The Lee Bros. “Charleston Kitchen” Serves: 8 Time: 30 minutes, plus 1 hour cooling We can hear it now: What? Fennel? Fennel’s not Southern! One of the more thrilling aspects of delving into the history of agriculture in South Carolina is that you discover vegetables you’ve never heard of—anybody up […]

Gullah Heritage History

In the late 1600s, enslaved West Africans were brought to the Georgia and South Carolina sea islands to tend the rice and cotton fields. As the Emanciapation Proclamation brought freedom, many fled to Hilton Head Island and its Union Army outpost to start the first freedman’s village in the United States: Mitchelville. Many of the […]

Short Sales vs. Foreclosures

Short Sales vs. Foreclosures In today’s real estate market, short sales and foreclosures seem to be all the rage. This month, we will take a look at how short sales and foreclosures stack up against each other and how they compare to your average listing. Short Sales A short sale is a sale of a […]

Discover Beaufort History Museum

History truly comes to life at the Beaufort History Museum, located at 713 Craven Street in Downtown Beaufort. Originally constructed in 1799, the brick and tabby arsenal has participated in a number of U.S. wars. During the Revolutionary War, a volunteer company served valiantly. The artillery also saw action during the Civil War during the […]

Hunting Island

With five miles of pristine beach, an historic lighthouse, a nature center, a saltwater lagoon and ocean inlet, fishing pier, trails through acres of marsh and maritime forests and oceanfront camping, Hunting Island State Park attracts more than a million visitors each year. South Carolina’s most popular state park was forever changed after Hurricane Matthew hit […]

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