Now is the time to make those New Year’s Eve plans. Before you know it, the tree will be empty, the turkey will be gone, and all that will be left of Christmas is the cookies from your Mama’s recipe that always makes five dozen more than you really need. So, before you stress about your resolutions and how many salads you’ll need to eat to redeem yourself, it is time to plan your last blast of 2017.
The small towns and locally owned inns located in the Old 96 District, and adjacent to South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast, make the perfect getaway for a New Year’s Eve celebration. Whether you’re a party animal looking for a party to strut your best dance moves, or prefer a nice dinner and an early bedtime to watch the ball drop from the comfort of your own room, you’ll find it here.
Head to Uptown Greenwood’s Inn on the Square and celebrate in style. A special menu, cocktails, and a party in the ballroom with the Jake Bartley Band will satisfy your inner party animal. You’ll experience Upstate South Carolina’s largest balloon drop at midnight and be wowed by the first class accommodations. Packages available include rooms at the Inn and a full, cooked to order hot breakfast the morning after. Contact the Inn to book your package while rooms are still available.
If you prefer a more laid back New Year’s Eve celebration, consider one of the many Inns located in downtown Abbeville. Book your stay at the Belmont Inn , one of Abbeville’s many bed and breakfasts inns, and explore this quiet Southern town when you arrive for your New Year’s Eve weekend. Explore the many breweries and distilleries located in the Old 96 District, then check in for a quiet night after you settle in to your well appointed room surrounded by Southern hospitality.
New Year’s Eve can be just your speed when you spend it on South Carolina’s Freshwater Coast. Whether it’s a rocking, glamorous party with music and a midnight toast, or just a quiet weekend exploring some of South Carolina’s best-kept secrets, you’re sure to start 2018 on the right foot spending it with us.