Palmetto Bluff is a onetime plantation that was then owned by UnionCamp Corp for timber and turned into a top class resort. In fact a member of the Theus family (one time owners of some of the land) is omnipresent. One of the last generous tracts of unspoiled land in Coastal SC the resort is also a well-managed nature conservancy and it is the blend of these two that makes it so special. The Inn is actually a main building for special events and dining, but the rooms are actually cottages scattered around the waterfront, lagoons, and forest. My favorite is the fire pit with fully stocked, endless s'mores ingredients so you can roast marshmallows or make a s'more as your sweet evening treat every night.
A meticulously maintained golf course that is never overcrowded, an equestrian center that is hard to rival, a waterfront that allows you to bring boats in or rent theirs, a small "village" area with shops, post office, restaurants, a museum and a chapel, pools, fitness... more