No matter your budget or lodging preferences, you’ll find just the right accommodations in Beaufort. From elegant B&Bs and historic inns to national brand hotels to campgrounds and RV parks, this historic seaport town offers something for everyone.
Historic Inns and B&Bs
Built in 1770 by a renowned plantation owner, the beautifully renovated boutique inn is the oldest and largest tabby structure still in use. Its highly desirable location along Bay Street provides visitors with fantastic views of the Beaufort waterfront from its expansive front porches and open air-deck.
The Beaufort Inn
Located in the heart of the historic district, The Beaufort Inn offers all the charm of a classic Southern mansion with its lush gardens and inviting verandas. Guest rooms feature a private balcony or porch, plush beds, wet bars, rainfall showers and soaking tubs.
The Cuthbert House Inn
This restored 200-year-old antebellum mansion features elegant parlors, antique-filled guest rooms, formal Charleston-style gardens and classic Southern verandas overlooking Beaufort Bay. As a guest of the B&B, you will be treated to a full homemade gourmet breakfast, beverage and hors d’oeuvres at sunset and an evening sweet.
North Street Inn
Built to take advantage of the breezes off the water, the 1910 Queen Anne Victorian home now serves as an intimate bed and breakfast with four guest rooms featuring queen beds and private baths.
The Rhett House Inn
This circa 1820 Greek Revival inn welcomes its guests with a delicious Southern breakfast, complimentary homemade cookies and iced tea during the day, evening hors d’oeuvres and after-dinner homemade desserts. Guests also will enjoy sitting in the inviting two-story wraparound piazza.
Hotels and Motels
City Loft Hotel
An upscale boutique hotel with a distinctive urban feel, the City Loft features a 24-hour fitness center with spa-style locker rooms and steam showers and an onsite espresso bar. Amenities include flat-screen TVs in each guest room and bath, soaking tubs and glass showers. Guests also enjoy the use of complimentary bicycles.
For those who prefer staying in a traditional hotel, options include Best Western, Comfort Suites, Hampton Inn, Country Inn & Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Holiday Inn, Home 2 Suites and Sleep Inn.
Hunting Island State Park
South Carolina’s most popular state park, it offers 100 campsites located near the ocean with water and electrical hookups and restroom facilities, plus one rental cabin. Book early as these campsites are in big demand.
Tuck in the Wood Campground
Located near boat landings on nearby St. Helena Island, it offers 80 RV and tent sites, a stocked freshwater fishing pond, horseshoes, a basketball court and playground.