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Downtown B&B Is a Historical Landmark

Marie McAden Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.
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As a bedroom community of nearby Greenville, accommodations in Easley are somewhat limited. But along with several chain hotels, the Upstate city is home to a cozy B&B in a beautifully restored historic landmark inn.

Pecan Terrace Inn is located on a quiet street in downtown Easley, offering visitors easy access to the town center’s restaurants, pubs and shops. Built in 1905, the classic clapboard-sided home features stunning wood-beam ceilings and century-old pine flooring, a large dining room and an inviting front porch with rockers and wicker furniture, where you can relax with a good book or enjoy a complimentary cup of coffee or tea on cool evenings.

The inn’s five bedrooms offer double, queen and king beds, each with its own bathroom. Three of the well-appointed rooms feature private sitting areas. Guests also are welcome to spend time in the home’s elegant parlor, a study with games and TV or in the property’s manicured gardens.

Along with a homemade breakfast, the innkeepers offer daily treats and fresh pecan pie every afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m.

Easley also offers several national brand hotels with all the usual amenities—free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and an outdoor pool. At the 81-room Hampton Inn you’ll enjoy the hotel’s signature waffles and oatmeal, a fitness center and hot tub.

If you’re traveling with a pet, you have two options: Baymont Inn by Wyndham or Quality Inn & Suites.

Chain hotel or B&B, you’ll enjoy a comfortable stay in Easley and a convenient location near many of the Upstate’s most popular attractions.

Marie McAden
A former staffer with The Miami Herald, Marie moved to SC in 1992. She is passionate about the outdoors, and enjoys exploring the state’s many natural treasures from the Lowcountry to the Upstate.