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Cozy Up to Camden's Charming Accommodations

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Camden offers an assortment of classic comforts to accommodate whatever level of attention you and your family desire. Historic bed and breakfast inns in antebellum mansions, brand hotels with a selection of luxury suites and standard room options, motels or easy-access accommodations for the outdoor enthusiast—there is something for everyone.

The Bloomsbury Inn has quite a colorful history. The 1854 Manor House went through an extensive renovation in 2004, and one year later reopened as a bed and breakfast named Bloomsbury Inn.

Since then, the inn has won numerous awards and was named one of the top 10 B&Bs in the nation. Enjoy a full gourmet breakfast, commodious bedrooms and baths, complimentary afternoon socials and gardens manicured to perfection. A 166-year-old home has never looked so good!

If you’re searching for a private, historic, plantation-style home that embodies true South Carolina charm, Four Oaks Inn is that and much more. Guest suites include all the comforts of home plus the extra pampering touches one deserves on a getaway. Overnight company will find a king-sized bed with 1,000 thread-count crisp cotton sheets and thick Turkish towels in the newly designed bathrooms. Whether you are in the mood to indulge while on vacation or adhere to your healthy lifestyle, Four Oaks Inn has plenty of delectable breakfast choices made with local products.

Enjoy life on the farm for a few days with a stay at Old McCaskill’s Farm. If you plan on visiting the town's historical sites, the farm is centrally located six miles between historic Camden and Boykin. Guests are welcome to explore the grounds, view the animals and take in the surrounding natural beauty. All guest rooms have unique hardwood floors, a walk-in closet and private bathrooms. There's also a communal lounge area, which includes a walk-out balcony to take in the fresh air. Complimentary Wi-Fi and cable television are included in one’s stay. Breakfast, served in the country kitchen farm-to-table style, includes eggs, bacon and/or sausage raised on the farm grounds.

Continuing to earn travelers’ allegiance is what brand hotels do well, especially in the Camden area. Sleep comfortably in a Hampton Inn, Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, Comfort Inn & Suites or Colony Inn & Breakfast Cafe.

Allison Vile
Discover writers share all of the places, activities and adventure that South Carolina has to offer. Read more from some of South Carolina’s locals and discover what’s happening in the Palmetto State.