The Chic Bluffton Cottage is a one bedroom, one bath unique home in the heart of Old Town Bluffton. The handcrafted home features wood pine floors and walls with a solid tin roof. The cottage has an open living space and fully equipped kitchen with all the ameneties and also features a stackable washer and dryer for guests to use during their stay. Beautiful front porch to enjoy lowcountry evenings on. Bikes and Golf carts are also available to rent from a local company. You will be in walking distance to Calhoun street and the promenade featuring great restaurants and shopping. Come enjoy Farmers markets every Thursday where you can get fresh fruits and vegetables! This unique location allows you to walk to almost every unique sight that Bluffton has to offer.
- Cottage600 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
Chic 1 bedroom, 1 bath, in walking distance to downtown shopping and restaurants
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within a few days
- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 24, 2018
About Debbie Wood
Debbie and Caroline are a mother daughter duo who have a great passion for real estate and interior design. They have lived in Bluffton for 25 years and love the culture of this unique lowcountry town. Debbie lives right near the cottage and the two jumped on the chance to buy this cottage earlier this year! They enjoy using the cottage when all the family is visiting Bluffton. They are a wealth of knowledge of the local scene and happy to help you with planning your trip to Bluffton.
Debbie Wood purchased this Cottage in 2015
Why Debbie Wood chose Olde Town
Hidden Treasure in the lowcountry that is unrivaled by any other location.
Local Services & Businesses
Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 3:30 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Chic, clean and well located on quiet street conveniently to shops and restaurants.
Comfortable bed, nice towels, walls and windows bring in nice light. Would definitely stay again in this great little cottage.
Loved this place!! Adorable, cozy, comfortable and clean cottage! Perfect place for 1 person or a couple to stay while visiting Bluffton.
Thank you!! So glad you enjoyed your stay and please come back and see us.
Beautiful and convenient
My wife and would I return, but a few things that we experience need too addressed.
!. We had to replace a light in the bedroom.
2. FLOOD light in bathroom , we could not reach to change our selves.
3. TV in bedroom did not work, Mrs. Woods said that she would send her husband over to check on the problem, but he never came.
4. Also TV in living room did not work well, no good picture.
5. It would have been nice if parking area , front porch, and side porch would have been swept.
6. Some times the small details means a lot, but the TV was not a small detail concerning the cost of the unit.
7. Also their was no bar soap in bathroom.
Thank you buddy. We are terribly sorry for the inconvenience of the TV not working well and the lights being out. We appreciate your feedback and will make sure that these things are remeidied right away. I hope you will visit again. Kind regards, Caroline and Debbie
Exactly as advertised
Loved the cottage and all the great restaurants of Old Town Bluffton. Will definitely be back.
This cottage was clean, comfortable, and had everything you need for a great stay. It was within walking distance to plenty of restaurants and shops.
Great Low Country retreat
We loved this place! Great location. No car necessary. Very comfortable. Very nicely decorated. Surrounded by great galleries and restaurants. Would be a great place for paddlers, with the May River a couple blocks away. Playground across the street too. It’s a great place to connect, or reconnect, with the Low Country.
You don’t want to miss historic Bluffton near the May River for some of the most unique shopping and dining in our area. It’s all blended with colorful and creative art galleries, history up and down local streets, and dining for lunch and dinner in charming settings. Come visit the Bluffton Oyster factory,the daily-catch market run by the Toomer family—where you can pick up local mahimahi, grouper, tilefish, and the like—and the only remaining hand-shucking operation in the state. (They also have a sit-down restaurant nearby.Walk to Calhoun street which is lined with fetching mom-and-pop shops and galleries—among them the Filling Station, with works by more than fifty local artists; Pluff Mudd Art, packed with paintings, jewelry, and woodwork; and the Storybook Shoppe, which carries good reads for kids. To satisfy your sweet tooth, visit pastry chef Robert Plantadis at the Midnight Bakers. You can also tour the Heyward House, on Boundary Street, an antebellum farmhouse that survived Union troops setting the town aflame in 1863; or just take a load off in one of the front porch’s rocking chairs. Grab lunch—or on Fridays and Saturdays, dinner—at the Cottage, and don’t let the tearoom decor fool you. Garden and Gun just featured Bluffton, SC as one of the top small town escapes in their latest issues!