10 Nov Your Reservation Is Made! At a B&B
Many of the Bed & Breakfasts and Inns in South Carolina’s Old 96 District region are filled with history, southern charm and warm, friendly inn keepers who make the trip to our five county region worth the drive. There are so many beautiful and cozy B &B’s and Inns that you may just have to visit each one to decide your favorite! Let’s start in alphabetical order by counties to introduce you to our part of paradise in South Carolina.
Located in the heart of the historic town of Abbeville, South Carolina, is the Belmont Inn. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Belmont Inn is an elegantly restored lodging facility.
With 25 guest rooms decorated in beautiful patterns, this resting place is sure to be one you will not forget. Within a stone’s throw is the quaint town of Abbeville. Many unique and interesting shops await you. From handmade soap and candles, to stores loaded with one of a kind ‘finds’, you will be entertained for hours. A breakfast room, conference space, gift shop and the famous “Tinker’s Alley” all make for a wonderful getaway destination.
Take a short stroll through downtown Abbeville to the Veranda On Main. The sunny exterior of the inn invites you in, allowing you to leave your cares at the front door. The interior is equally as cheery, with the welcome addition of the smells of a homemade breakfast waiting for you.
Everything in the Veranda Inn was hand selected to provide the most pleasurable experience for their guests.
Every bedroom has custom made bedding, linens and draperies. The 800 thread count sheets are so soft and luxurious; you will not want to leave. During breakfast, sit back and enjoy the company, conversation, and tasteful decor in the main dining room. After breakfast, the faint whisper of your name from our porches seems to beckon you to sit a spell in our comfy rockers. Here time is just a number and you have all day to explore our great little historic village.
In Edgefield, South Carolina, you will find 2 amazing and distinct old Southern homes-Isabella’s and Pleasant Lane Acres.
Isabella’s is located in the charming small town of Johnston, South Carolina. t’s a stately Southern home once used as a boarding house called Saluda House.
Later sold to John Wesley Calhoun, a rich deep Southern name, who also owned the local general and drug stores. It would be sold many times until the present owners moved in and did extensive renovations. A true picture of Southern style.
Another jewel of Southern style is Pleasant Lane Acres, located outside of Edgefield, South Carolina. Pleasant Lane Acres Bed & Breakfast prides themselves in making your visit exactly that: “your visit.” Breakfast is served at your leisure. There are many areas that you can choose to dine — in the privacy of your guest room, the front or back porch, dining room, sitting room, or even the bar.
If you have dinner, it will also be served at your leisure and is made even more special with antique silver, dinnerware, and crystal. Enjoy your favorite complimentary adult beverage at the bar that overlooks the “Country Kitchen” with a fireplace, television, and a spacious window that allows you to view the many birds that call Pleasant Lane Acres their home. Relax on the front porch. Take a stroll to the pond. Sit by the fire. Take a nap! Whatever your choice, you will do nothing but enjoy your stay.
When visiting Greenwood, South Carolina, a stay at the Inn on the Square is a treat in itself! The restored Inn has all the items necessary for a wonderful getaway. Choose from a room for a romantic weekend getaway or a family vacation. Taking a trip with your canine best friend? Inn on the Square welcomes your four-legged friends, too.
Each room includes all the modern amenities of the big hotels, such as microwaves and hairdryers, but, with the pampering of a small inn. Each stay includes a delicious southern breakfast. While staying at the inn, enjoy a drink at the Fox and the Hound Pub or a quiet dinner at the Carriage House Restaurant. The Inn on the Square also offers “stay and play” golf packages for the golf lover.
Located in Cross Hill, South Carolina, in Laurens County, Lady Amelia Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful and historic home built in 1894. It features warm and inviting rooms which are all located on the second floor.
The Inn is close to all the wonderful outdoor adventures, and the rich culture and history the Old 96 District has to offer.
At the back of the house is a beautiful restaurant open for Lunch and Dinner which is open to the public. The cuisine is French Canadian. If you love cheese, you will be thrilled with their specialties, Fondue and Raclette.
The Farmhouse at Bush River is a southern inn with Irish flavor. Come and visit Ireland in the heart of South Carolina conveniently located in the college town of Clinton, 5 minutes from I-26 and I-385. You will immediately relax when you encounter rolling green farmland, stone walls, lovely gardens and an inviting farmhouse.
You feel as if you are in Ireland.
The Farmhouse has an understated charm accented with stained glass, iron and stone work, cabinetry and furnishings made by local artisans. Each room contains a mix of Irish and English antiques and original art. Six of Farmhouse at Bush River farms’ 40 acres are dedicated to an organic vegetable garden. The garden is known as a community sustainable agricultural program that allows customers to pick up fresh vegetables weekly. Fresh veggies often appear on the breakfast menu.
No matter where you choose to visit in the Old 96 District, we have many places to spend the night. The B&B and Inns in Abbeville, Edgefield, Greenwood and Laurens counties will provide a warm place to rest your head, a good meal to fill you and new friendships to make.