Reasons You Must Visit the South Carolina Lowcountry

South Carolina LowcountryThe Southeastern United States has so many unique and beautiful places to visit.  One of the most popular travel destinations in the country is the South Carolina Lowcountry.  With historic downtowns, pristine beaches, great cuisine and famous southern hospitality, the South Carolina Lowcountry is the perfect place for a quick trip or a long vacation.

 

Charleston, South Carolina

Perhaps the most well known city in the South Carolina Lowcountry is Charleston.  Its notoriety is due in large part to it being voted by Conde Nast Traveler as the top city in the US for that last three consecutive years.  Pay “Chuck Town” a visit and you’ll see why it keeps on racking up accolades.

 

Along with five Charleston beaches to choose from, downtown has great shopping, museums, and dining.  Famous King Street has boutiques and shops to please everyone and you’ll be able to find everything from Charleston souvenirs to jewelry, to cooking spices and sweetgrass baskets at the  City Market.

 

When you’re in Charleston, there are some great Select Registry Inns to choose from. Two Meeting Street is an historic mansion with a large veranda, a yard flu of azaleas and a view of the harbor.  The nine guest rooms will provide you with great southern comfort.  The Governor’s House Inn is another beautifully restored historic building near all the sights and activities downtown.

 

Beaufort, South Carolina

Down the coast from Charleston, Beaufort is another destination in the South Carolina Lowcountry worth a visit. Beaufort has small town charm and great beaches.   The city is also rich in history and culture, with museums and historic sites lending an opportunity for visitors to learn about the Gullah culture and the region’s place in African-American history.

 

If you’re a golfer, Beaufort is a great destination in the South Carolina Lowcountry for you. Several world-class courses including the Parris Island Golf Course and the Sanctuary Golf Club @ Cat Island await those wanting to take on the fairways.

 

Whatever you decide to do while in Beaufort, SC if you stay at our member inn, The Rhett House Inn you’ll experience the southern hospitality the Lowcountry is known for. The 200 year old Greek Revival property combines historic grace with modern comforts.

 

Savannah, Georgia

If you’re enchanted by the South Carolina Lowcountry and want to experience the same ambience in a different State, check out Savannah.  The same genteel charm and picturesque beauty awaits you in Savannah, Georgia. Visit Tybee Island for a day at the beach or head to Oglethorpe Square, River Street, and the City Market for shopping, dining and more.

 

Azalea Inn and Gardens is the perfect place to stay in Savannah. It’s situated in a quite neighborhood but still in the Historic District so it’s close to restaurants, shopping, and activities.

 

No matter where you decide to visit in the South Carolina Lowcountry or even Georgia, you can be sure that you’ll have an exceptional trip when you book a stay at a Select Registry South Carolina bed and breakfast or a bed and breakfast in Georgia.  Our quality assurance system is in place to make sure that all of our member properties give guests the best accommodations and amenities.  Start planning a memorable getaway today!

 

Photo courtesy Khanrak via Wikimedia Commons.

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