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Historic Beaufort, SC

There is so much to see and do in Beaufort, that it’s hard to know where to begin! You can go on a guided deep-sea fishing excursion, join a river kayak outing, dig into the history of the region, soak up the sun at Hunting Island beaches, play on one of the world class championship golf courses, have lunch at one of the waterside restaurants, and find a treasure at one of the many unique antique shops, art galleries or boutiques in the area.

In addition to the brochures, guidebooks, and maps which are available in each rental suite, we also provide our guests with a Guest book – with suggested outings, day trips, maps, sights to see, and places to dine/shop. This information can be available in advance after your booking is confirmed.

To learn more about Beaufort, check out the links below:

Culinary Delights!

Beaufort has an array of dining experiences – fine dining to celebrate that special occasion, restaurants with patios overlooking the water, and great cafes to have a wonderful home-cooked breakfast. In addition, we have some wonderful ethnic restaurants, health food markets, farmers markets and even home delivery should you just want to sit back and dine “at home.” We’ve provided links to a few of our recommendations here:

Cultural Activities

Recognized as one of the top small town arts communities in the nation, Beaufort has a wealth of offerings – hosting an annual Independent Film Festival every February, regular art walks among its many fine art galleries, classes in a variety of artistic endeavors , as well as live telecasts of the Metropolitan Opera and an ongoing independent film series at the Performing Arts Center.

Children's Activities

One of the beauties of our location is the proximity to Pigeon Point Park, just one block north of Magnolia Court Guest Suites. Pack a picnic lunch for the family or just relax on a bench or swing and let the child in you join the younger set as they climb, spin, and slide to a squeal of delights. The Waterfront Park — with its playground, open green, marina, and waterfront dining — is another of our favorite recommendations.

For the Adventurer/Sports Buff

Whether you’d like to play one of the many coastal golf courses, reel in a deep-sea fly, slip into a kayak on one of our many estuaries— we can put you in touch with a group or organization to help you get there.

For History Hounds

Recognized as one of the “Dozen Distinctive Destinations” in the US, Beaufort has a rich and colorful history. The earliest explorations of the area date to the 1500s when Spanish, French and English explorers began a 200-year competition to colonize the area. Eventually, the British won the struggle. Beaufort, which came to be known as the most aristocratic town for its size in America before the Civil War, still maintains an aura of Southern hospitality with its the moss-draped oaks and antebellum homes.

Taking it Easy

If you prefer, you can do absolutely nothing. The weather is mild most of the year. Relax in our front garden with a book or magazine, take a leisurely stroll throughout the side streets of The Point neighborhood, meander through the galleries downtown, visit to the library. Or do absolutely nothing!

More Info for Planning Your Visit

Beaufort Calendar of Events – http://www.beaufortsc.org/more/calendar.stml

Downtown Beaufort – http://www.downtownbeaufort.com/

City of Beaufort – http://www.cityofbeaufort.org/

Beaufort Chamber of Commerce – http://www.beaufortsc.org/

Historic Beaufort Foundation – http://www.historic-beaufort.org

Beaufort County Arts Council – http://www.beaufortcountyarts.com

Performing Arts Center at the USC Beaufort – http://www.uscbcenterforthearts.com

South Carolina Tourism – http://www.discoversc.com

South Carolina Lowcountry Tourism Commission – http://www.southcarolinalowcountry.com