This was our second time staying at The Beaufort Inn. Our stay was very pleasant. We enjoyed the breakfast vouchers. The staff was very friendly and accommodating. There is ample parking. The location is great...just a short walk to everything!! We enjoy Beaufort and will return again!
My girlfriend and I celebrated her birthday at The Beaufort Inn and explored Beaufort. The hotel staff was incredibly friendly and accommodating. The Deluxe Queen Suite was beautiful and had a breathtaking room and bathroom. We will definitely be coming back sometime soon!
My husband and I chose this place for a one night stay on the coast during our honeymoon. Upon arrival, we received great customer service, the front desk was very thorough and walked us directly to our room. We noticed it was hot in our room (76 degrees) so we turned the air down and went to dinner. When we returned it was still 76 degrees. After going back and forth with what to do, we texted the hotel and they came right away to look at it. After fumbling with it for a bit, she asked if we wanted to wait and see if it cooled down. We did not want to wait, we were ready for a bed after a long day of traveling. She offered us another room and while she was gone to look at what was available, the temperature in the room went up a degree. She happily moved us to another room, which was an upgrade and much more comfortable. The breakfast voucher was enough for both of us to get breakfast and parking was free. We enjoyed our stay! The website could be updated with more detailed info on layout and amenities.…
I had a really hard time staying at the Inn. Although the location is perfect, the breakfast vouchers are nice and the building is interesting, the facilities were less than expected at that price (i.e. peeling paint, a toilet seat that was too small for the toilet, no full size closet or armoire for clothing, no desk in room for example. But I could overlook those things.I could not overlook the names of plantations on the room doors. I understand the heritage of the south and of Beaufort includes slavery and while the plantation names may be invoking a sort of Southern pride for some, for me, those names invoked immediate horror. I found it similar to visiting an Inn in Germany that includes the names of death camps on the room doors, although more enslaved people died in our chattel slavery in this country than in the German death camps, and of course the institution went on for far longer. Until and/unless this is changed, I would recommend that you advertise on your site, on TripAdvisor and wherever unsuspecting visitors may find you, that you have the names of plantations on your room doors, so potential guests can choose whether or not they would like to stay at a place that "celebrates" its heritage of beautiful, lucrative plantations that were maintained by generations of people who lived and died at the hands of those who "owned" them.…
We stayed in the Greyhound flats room with our Mini Golden doodle and the room was super clean and huge! Loved the mini kitchen with coffee and fridge. The beds were comfy and bathroom was also huge! I checked in and immediately was greeted by Fillipa who was an absolute delight! The location was perfect and we got Vouchers for Breakfast at two restaurants that were right across the Street. We walked to the Riverwalk and had dinner. Great location, we would definitely stay again, highly recommended!
My wife and I enjoyed a charming and memorable stay at the historic Beaufort Inn. Everything from the beautifully appointed room to the fragrant scent from the hotel gardens to the attentive staff set the mood for a perfect getaway. We will definitely return.
The property location is fantastic as you can walk to so much of Beaufort. The grounds are lovely and the smell of fresh jasmine abounds. Early morning coffee via K-cups is free in the parlor. The evening provides for a free s’mores kit to make at one of the several fire pits. Ample free parking. Our room was spacious and comfortable. The star deduction was for the bathroom that needs to be updated. We would stay here again.
Staff is very accommodating, breakfast at Blackstones is a treat. Firepit in the courtyard is a nice touch. Close to excellent restaurants and many attractions. Quiet yet interesting, not as busy as many.
We had a one bedroom cottage with living room and full bath with tub and shower which was directly adjacent to the main house. Met many friends at the fire pit with smores (provided by the Inn) in the evening. Close to all shops and the waterfront. The waterfront is within walking distance and is very lovely. We could walk to all the shops as well. The staff at the Inn were very nice and our cottage was nice and clean. They provided breakfast coupons to eat breakfast at an offsite restaurant but within walking distance. We plan to return to this small historic town and stay at the Beaufort Inn again.
Stayed two nights at the Inn and had a wonderful experience. We were warmly welcomed and given lots of information about our stay and Beaufort. Breakfast was at local restaurants, a voucher was provided, which gave us a choice but also helped the community - great idea. The room was very comfortable and clean, also very quiet after the noise I-95 as we travelled south. Free coffee and water were provided in the residents lounge, as well as coffee in the room. We had a very quiet time in Beaufort and the Inn added to the tranquility. I would highly recommend.