We were planning a weekend trip and were lucky to find this place. The owner, Lizzet Prest, had a cancellation at the last minute and took our reservation. She was very helpful and informative while we made our reservation. This helpfulness continued when we arrived and throughout our stay.
We stayed in the Constantino Room, right next to the front door. However, the hotel is very quiet as is the surrounding neighborhood. We were able to sit on the front porch with our laptop and books and just relax and watch the occasional passerbys. Breakfast was served as ordered (don't settle for the standard breakfast--try the Mexican breakfast if you can!). We had the standard breakfast--fruits, scrambled eggs, biscuits, sausages, and a few other things all served freshly made and all piled on a large plate. Excellent! However, some others had arranged to have Lizzet make them a Mexican breakfast--we're planning to return to Beaufort and this is one of the reasons why! Someone else had french toast stuffed with ricotta cheese--this also looked great!
Lizzet offered us bikes to tour the town--we didn't have time to take her up on the offer. We walked all over town--never needed the car. The B&B is very centrally located. She also made some great dining recommendations, one of which we tried--excellent choice.
Make your reservation well in advance, as this place fills up quickly (for good reason). The room upstairs has a hammock and rocking chair on the balcony.
Overall, no complaints at all! Excellent choice in Beaufort!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Genuine southern hospitality with 5 guest rooms with private bath, shower and queen size bed. Starting at $155 Dlls per night + Taxes. Just one short block away from the water front. Serving our Traditional and Hallmark breakfast every morning,prepared to order, free Wi-Fi and free use of bikes for guests. ... more less