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Recent Beaufort reviews
"We stayed at the Manhattan suite - spacious clean comfy! We stayed six nights and saved money and time using the full kitchen for breakfast and such! I highly recommend this place and Brenda was very professions and organized ! What a bargain for what we got! There was even a washer and dryer there! First floor was a must for my older parents! Close to downtown you can walk or use the bikes provided! Wifi and 3 TV's with cable"Guest: Spacemtndog Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 5, 2014View listing
"it was a pleasure staying at your your home, thank you for sharing it with my family and our new Marine, everything was perfect, sunsets out of this world, just at it was described and more."Guest: Devil Dog Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: January 20, 2015View listing
"My family stayed at Jenkins Creek Farm for the second time in late October. As with our first trip to the Farm in August 2013, the weekend was amazing. The property is incredibly unique -- the pictures do not do it justice. Our children (ages 13, 11 and 6) barely came inside the entire weekend. They were too busy exploring and, in particular, fishing and crabbing off the unbelievably beautiful dock. The owners of the property are very gracious and helpful. We had several questions over the course of the weekend, and they were always quick to respond. While we didn't have too much time to sight-see on this visit, Beaufort is a lovely historic city with many interesting and educational sites. The beaches in the area are beautiful and peaceful. If you are considering a trip here, don't hesitate. It will be a vacation to remember!"Guest: Visitor from Florida Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: November 6, 2014View listing
"We try to come to Beaufort at least once a year. We enjoy biking around town, and spend part of every day at Hunting Island State Park. This is our first time staying in this house and we will rent it again! The house is located on a quiet, tree lined street with easy access to the Spanish Moss Rail Trail, shopping, the Beaufort waterfront, and the road leading out the islands to Hunting Island State Park. It is a very comfortable, well equipped house with lovely views out every window in an excellent location!"Guest: linda s. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 10, 2014View listing
Beaufort Travel Tips
The city of Beaufort, South Carolina, is the second-oldest in the state and was chartered in 1711. It's located on Port Royal Island in the South Carolina Lowcountry and offers visitors breathtaking views of the surrounding scenery and antebellum architecture.
Approximately 304 acres of Beaufort have been designated as a National Historic Landmark, all located in the downtown historic district. Here you'll find the remnants of the original English colonial settlement. History buffs will want to hang out around downtown Beaufort to learn more about the buildings that still stand and their past. Check out Jon Sharp's Walking History Tour for a look at Old Beaufort.
When you want to visit the beach during your stay in Beaufort, head to Hunting Island State Park. It's the state's most popular park and attracts more than 1 million visitors each year. There are 5 miles of beach as well as thousands of acres of marsh, tidal creeks and maritime forests. Also at the park is the Hunting Island Lighthouse that stands at 170 feet tall and dates back to the 1870s. When you venture to the top, you'll find beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding areas.
Other types of outdoor recreation in Beaufort include kayaking, boating, cycling and horseback riding. Check out Beaufort Kayak Tours, Abco Fishing Charters, Camelot Farms Equestrian Center, LLC, Eastville Passage & Marine and Lowcountry Bicycles, Inc. for your rental needs.
Things to Do"'
Events: There are several events held in Beaufort each year, all of which are a great source of fun to visitors who are in town. The Gullah Festival is a multi-day celebration of the Gullah heritage, the group of African Americans who lived here in years past and preserved the cultural and linguistic characteristics of their heritage. The festival is held each May and highlights local and regional talents as well as art and history exhibits. The Beaufort Shrimp Festival celebrates the Lowcountry's coastlines, rich history and, of course, plethora of shrimp. When you visit in October, head to Waterfront Park for music, fun and shrimp galore. There's also the blessing of the shrimp fleet, a golf tournament and a 5K run/walk. Taste of Beaufort is a three-day event that celebrates the city's food. The festival also celebrates Earth Day and offers wine tastings, contests and music. The Beaufort Water Festival hosts a beauty pageant, a ball and fishing and golf tournaments.
Golf: Thanks to Beaufort's moderate climate, you can enjoy a round of golf no matter what time of year you visit. There are two courses here for golfers of all skill levels including the Callawassie Island Club and the Dataw Island Club.
Arts and Culture: The art scene is a big part of Beaufort and art galleries and craft shops are found throughout the city. Musicians, actors, authors and jewelry artisans call Beaufort home and much of the local entertainment, such as the Beaufort Orchestra, puts on Gullah-inspired productions at the University of South Carolina Beaufort's Performing Arts Center.