Visitors to Pendleton have only one lodging option if they want to stay in town—and it couldn’t be any more perfect than Liberty Hall Bed & Breakfast.
Built in 1849, the beautifully restored home captures the essence of this Upstate community renowned for its rich legacy, warm hospitality and Southern charm. In Pendleton, where the entire town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it’s only fitting to stay in lodging with an equally impressive pedigree.
Once a family residence, the white wood-sided structure with wrap-around porches has been repurposed many times over the years, serving as a dairy farm, boarding house, university housing, an inn and a restaurant. Today, the beautifully refurbished home offers 10 spacious guestrooms with all the modern conveniences you would expect in luxury accommodations.
All of the rooms feature their own unique furnishings, decor and ensuite bathrooms, most with showers. Two offer clawfoot tubs. Choose from rooms with king-size beds, two queens or two twins. The Bridal Veil room also offers access to the first-floor side porch.
Guests are welcome to relax in the living room, sunroom and expansive veranda. At just under three acres, the property features two pickleball courts with racquets and balls available for play.
Each morning, guests are invited to the dining room to enjoy a plated Southern breakfast, which includes a fruit parfait and grits, eggs and other traditional favorites.
For families traveling with children ages 12 and younger, Liberty Hall offers several vacation rentals in the area.
Visitors who prefer to stay at a national brand hotel will find lots of choices in nearby Clemson, including Courtyard by Marriott, Hampton Inn, Comfort Inn, Days Inn by Wyndham and Holiday Inn Express & Suites.