It seems only fitting that Abbeville, South Carolina, a town settled by French Huguenots, would have a Bed and Breakfast named Abbeville Auberge. You see, in French, ‘auberge’ means inn. And, what an inn the Abbeville Auberge is to its guests. Innkeeper Pam Tucker settled in Abbeville because of family ties. When she saw the beautiful 1800’s house on the tree lined street, she knew what she wanted to do. Open a Bed and Breakfast. Today she calls it Abbeville Auberge. This lovely home is furnished with antiques and the rooms are attractive and well appointed. Pam welcomes her guests each morning to a communal table where a tasty breakfast is served. The inn is a short walk from the Abbeville town square, where you will find the Abbeville Opera House where over 30 live performances take place a year. Or you may want to browse the interesting and unique stores around the town square. Perhaps your fancy of entertainment is tasting craft beers or moonshine. Red Likker Barn, Natty’s on Trinity Street and Tinker’s Alley at the Belmont Inn, are potential gathering places for a group of friends. Back at the inn, the big porch, is sure to catch your attention. The front porch was a primary component of homes built in the south in the 1800’s. Swinging or rocking on the porch, whichever you choose, has magical power and you will want to stay forever! Abbeville Auberge is available for getaways, as well as for events like reunions or small weddings. Call Pam at 864-344-7722 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your stay today. And, don’t forget to check out all the great dinning options on the square in Abbeville.