Historic South Carolina Bed and Breakfast Inns


1 Hearthside Manor Bed & Breakfast
— Abbeville, SC 1890
Originally built as a 4-room house with a shotgun breezeway in the center, with 100 Acres. Believed to have been built between 1869-1890. We are currently researching the history of the home. Read More
2 The Belmont Inn
— Abbeville, SC 1902


3 Hotel Aiken
— Aiken, SC 1929
4 The Willcox
— Aiken, SC 1898
National Register. Read More
5 Rose Hill Estate
— Aiken, SC 1900


6 The Cuthbert House Inn B&B
— Beaufort, SC 1790
Located in the National Landmark District. Read More
7 The Rhett House Inn
— Beaufort, SC 1820
The inn is listed in the National Register. Read More
8 The Beaufort Inn
— Beaufort, SC 1897
Built in 1897 by William Sidney Smith, a South Carolina attorney and state representative and started operating as an Inn in 1936. One of the units that housed the Beaufort Female Benevolent Society... Read More
9 TwoSuns Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Beaufort, SC 1917
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10 Breeden Inn, Cottages & Retreat on Main
— Bennettsville, SC 1886
The front of the house was designed by English architect Ernest V. Richards, who assisted Brumidi, the artist who sculpted the dome on the U. S. Capitol Building. Former owner Bud Tabor flew Air... Read More


11 Rose Hill Mansion & Cottage
— Bluffton, SC 1718


12 Bloomsbury Inn
— Camden, SC 1854
13 Camden House English B&B
— Camden, SC 1832


14 21 East Battery Bed and Breakfast

— Charleston, SC 1825
21 East Battery was built in 1825, one of the first dwellings constructed along the High Battery, during the tenure of the property's first owner, Charles Edmondston. Later, in 1838, second-owner... Read More
15 15 Church Street B&B

— Charleston, SC 1842
Built in 1842 it is the "real thing" not something made to look historic. It has survived Civil War, Carpetbaggers, Earthquake, and Hurricanes. Read More
16 Palmer's Pinckney Inn

— Charleston, SC 1868
17 Two Meeting Street Inn

— Charleston, SC 1890
The inn is located in Charleston's historic district overlooking Battery Park, where shots were fired during the Civil War. There are several museum homes around the inn, and Charleston offers many... Read More
18 Antebellum B&B at The Thomas Lamboll House
— Charleston, SC 1735
19 The Governor's House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1760
Former governor's mansion, home of Edward Rutledge, signer of Declaration of Independence, First Continental Congress, Governor of South Carolina. Read More
20 John Rutledge House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1763
21 Vendue Inn
— Charleston, SC 1774
The structure, originally cotton warehouses, was built in 1774s. The decor of the inn is reminiscent of that time period. Each room is individually decorated featuring period antiques and... Read More
22 Barksdale House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1778
23 King George IV Inn
— Charleston, SC 1792
The inn is located in the United States' largest historic district with more than 3,000 historic homes and mansions. Read More
24 Historic Charleston B&B Reservation Service
— Charleston, SC 1795
25 Fantasia B&B
— Charleston, SC 1813
26 A B&B At 4 Unity Alley
— Charleston, SC 1820
27 Country Victorian B&B
— Charleston, SC 1820
28 Ashley Inn B&B
— Charleston, SC 1832
Ft. Sumter, The Battery, cabbage row, carriage tours and the market are nearby. Read More
29 1837 B&B and Tea Room
— Charleston, SC 1837
Old Market, Fort Sumter, Magnolia Plantation, Middleton Plantation, Drayton Plantation. Read More
30 Jasmine House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1842
31 The Battery Carriage House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1843
Fort Sumter and Plantations are nearby. Read More
32 Planters Inn
— Charleston, SC 1844
33 Indigo Inn
— Charleston, SC 1850
34 Kings Courtyard Inn
— Charleston, SC 1853
The home, which is listed in the National Register, is near all historic Charleston has to offer. Read More
35 Cannonboro Inn
— Charleston, SC 1853
The Charleston Museum, Gibbes Museum and Plantations are nearby. Read More
36 Elliott House Inn
— Charleston, SC 1861
Built as a private residence in 1861, the remarkably preserved Elliott House Inn is an architectural treasure that has weathered hurricanes, earthquakes and even the Civil War. After over a century... Read More
37 Fulton Lane Inn
— Charleston, SC 1870
Fulton Lane Inn is located in Charleston's historic district and the area abounds with historic sites. Read More
38 Wentworth Mansion
— Charleston, SC 1886
The Wentworth Mansion was built in 1886 by a wealthy cotton merchant, Francis Silas Rodgers. The 21-room inn was originally a home for Rodgers' wife and 13 children. Read More
39 Belvedere B&B
— Charleston, SC 1900
Belvedere is located in the downtown historic district and within walking distance to many historical sites, including museums, points of interest and Civil War landmarks. Read More
40 Ansonborough Inn
— Charleston, SC 1901
41 Historic 86 Church Street Bed and Breakfast
— Charleston, SC 1783
42 Lowndes Grove Inn
— Charleston, SC 1786
43 Maison Du Pre Inn
— Charleston, SC 1803
44 32 Charlotte Street Cottage
— Charleston, SC 1820
45 Zero Water Street
— Charleston, SC 1836
46 Lavender and Lace
— Charleston, SC 1870


47 An Inn on York Street
— Chester, SC 1898


48 Sleepy Hollow Bed and Breakfast
— Clemson, SC 1890


49  Magnolia House and Gardens
— Clover, SC 1890


50 Chesnut Cottage B&B

— Columbia, SC 1850
The Chesnut Cottage was the wartime home of Mary Boykin Chesnut during the last stages of the War. President Jefferson Davis gave a speech from the front steps of the porch in October of 1864. Read More
51 Inn at USC
— Columbia, SC 1910


52 Broxton Bridge Plantation
— Ehrhardt, SC 1850
53 Ehrhardt Hall Bed & Breakfast
— Ehrhardt, SC 1903


54 Elloree Bed and Breakfast
— Elloree, SC 1906


55 Mansfield Plantation B&B Country Inn
— Georgetown, SC 1800
Established in 1718, Mansfield Plantation is one of the most architecturally intact rice plantations in the United States. Read More


56 Pettigru Place Bed & Breakfast

— Greenville, SC 1921
Built in 1921 by Mrs. Greene, a prominent local, for her five daughters so that they could walk to what was then the nearby Furman Women's College in downtown. Read More
57 Park House Bed & Breakfast
— Greenville, SC 1913


58 Oak Manor Inn
— Hartsville, SC 1901


59 Isabella's Bed and Breakfast
— Johnston, SC 1878


60 Kilburnie, the Inn at Craig Farm
— Lancaster, SC 1828
Built in 1828. " Placed on the National Register in 1979. Slated for demolition in 1998. Moved and faithfully restored in 1999. Dedicated by SC Governor Jim Hodges on May 21, 2000. Read More


61 Abingdon Manor
— Latta, SC 1905


62 Corley Hall Plantation
— Lexington, SC 1819


63 The Grove Bed and Breakfast
— Marion, SC 1893
The Grove is an excellent example of Eastlake architecture, has beautiful refurbished pine woodwork. Mr. Montgomery was a banker, lawyer, mayor, farmer, state legislator and state senator. The yard... Read More
64 Rosewood Manor B&B Inn
— Marion, SC 1895

Mount Pleasant

65 Old Village Post House
— Mount Pleasant, SC 1888

North Augusta

66 Rosemary Inn Bed and Breakfast
— North Augusta, SC 1902
However, his brother Walter Jackson built Lookaway Hall between 1895 and 1898 after he won the coin toss for the land with the best view. Afterwards, James Jackson was determined to build the better... Read More


67 The Farnum House Inn
— Orangeburg, SC 1812

Pawleys Island

68 Sea View Inn
— Pawleys Island, SC 1937
Sea View Inn has been welcoming guests since 1937. It is the last remaining inn on the island and still serves 3 meals each day to guests. just like the inns of yesteryear. Read More


69 Liberty Hall Inn
— Pendleton, SC 1840
70 Rocky Retreat Bed and Breakfast
— Pendleton, SC 1849


71 American House On The Hill Bed & Breakfast
— Piedmont, SC 1836

Rock Hill

72 Park Avenue Inn
— Rock Hill, SC 1916
73 East Main Guest House
— Rock Hill, SC 1916


74 Sunrise Farm B&B
— Salem, SC 1890
Sunrise Farm B&B is part of a cotton plantation established in 1890. The main house and Corn Crib Cottage are original structures on the farm. Read More


75 Inn On Main Of Spartanburg
— Spartanburg, SC 1904
76 Clevedale Inn
— Spartanburg, SC 1913


77 The Gray House
— Starr, SC 1910
78 Red Shutter Bed & Breakfast
— Starr, SC 1908


79 Linwood Bed & Breakfast
— Summerville, SC 1883
Home of Julia Drayton Hastie, owner of Magnolia Plantation the first public gardens in the United States. Read More
80 Woodlands Inn
— Summerville, SC 1906
81 Price House Cottage Bed & Breakfast
— Summerville, SC 1812
82 Flowertown Bed & Breakfast
— Summerville, SC 1889


83 The Inn at Merridun
— Union, SC 1855
Rose Hill Plantation State Park (8 miles), historic Brattonsville (35 miles). Read More


84 Walhalla Liberty Lodge
— Walhalla, SC 1886


85 Hampton House Bed and Breakfast
— Walterboro, SC 1912


86 Fieldstone Farm Inn Bed And Breakfast
— Westminster, SC 1870


87 Songbird Manor
— Winnsboro, SC 1912
88 Honeysuckle Acres Bed & Breakfast/Reception Salon
— Winnsboro, SC 1927