We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and we be back. This hotel has a lot of charm but admittedly being older it has a few bruises. The bed was very comfortable and the staff took great care of us with all of the little extras. It’s an easy walk to downtown and there is a lovely park along the water.
What a lovely Inn. Very laid back in the perfect location. The rooms are very lovely with the most comfortable bed. We would sit out on the 3rd floor covered porch with a glass of wine before dinners and enjoyed the breeze. All breakfasts were out on the front porch and they were just delicious. But let’s talk about their dinner…their chef is brilliant. It was without a doubt one of the most wonderful dinners we have ever had. We just ate there one night and the other nights at different restaurants. If we had known how fabulous the Ribaut Social Club dinners were we would have booked another dinner there.
My 2 friends and I had a wonderful stay at this beautiful southern historic Inn. Frank the owner and all his team were so hospitable We all want to return for a longer visit. My friend Tim recommended this Inn and it did not disappoint Please have dinner on the veranda the best Lamb chops ever 😋Thank you all
Beautiful Inn in Beaufort overlooking the marsh. The inn is over 200 years old, it is well maintained, the room was really nice with a view of the water. The staff was excellent and the breakfast was awesome. We had dinner at the restaurant (The Ribaut Social Club) which was fantastic. The only reason I gave it 4 stars was because of the location of our room. It was on the 2nd floor just off of the office and restaurant and was very noisy. So just ask for a room that’s not on the 2nd floor and you’ll love it. The 4th floor rooftop was beautiful and the sunset was spectacular. They even have an honor bar for their guest. Highly recommend.
We boated to Anchorage 1770 from Charleston last week! The inn was right across from the marina, which was very convenient. Our room (103) was clean and ready for our arrival. We had a dinner reservation at Breakwater (so good), but upon return we were greeted with cookies and lemon water. Yum! We were near housekeeping, but the noise didn’t bother us because the room contained a sound machine and as tired parents, we can sleep through anything. Breakfast was delicious! The grits were the best I had ever had and I live in the low country! We really, really enjoyed our stay! Check out the 4th floor at sunset! It’s gorgeous!
This a very cute and comfortable bed and breakfast. The views are really nice, as is the walkability to town (2 minutes). Includes parking. The breakfast was decent, nothing spectacular. DInner at The Rebaut Social Club was amazing - highly recommend. We ate on the porch with a wonderful view. The only thing that was palpably lacking was the lack on any smiles or courtesy from the staff. When we arrived, it was the receptionists first day and she was clearly overwhelmed. She didn't smile once. We met the owner who seemed nice but also no name introduction or smile, or warm greeting. We are used to the service and customer experience from the Cloister or Palmetto Bluff, and this was really lacking. Finally, the walls had drip stains from the condenser unit (room 301) and also water stains on the walls around the base of the shower. Some maintenance/paint would go a long way. The bed and linens were excellent. The shower was very nice as well. In my opinion, this B&B is not worth the $300+ price tag. It felt as if it should have been $200/night, not $325. I did email the owner to call me for direct feedback but did not receive a reply. This is an accurate review so others know what to expect.…
This hotel was in a great location in Beaufort, SC. The hotel, however could use an update. The paint was peeling off the wall in the bathroom. The room we had was on the street side which is also the water side but there were no views from the third floor. I would not want a room on the first floor which was like a basement. The third floor seemed immeasurably better than the first floor. If you’re looking for fantastic food though, I recommend Black Sheep. The chef there is a master. We were amazed at finding this gem in Beaufort. A bit of a walk but worth it.
This may have been the best bed and breakfast inn we have ever stayed. The house is perfectly located next the the downtown area. Extremely walkable historic district and downtown areas. Our room on the front of the house was bright and nicely decorated. The view from the common area porch was great. Nice place to have a cocktail and watch the boats. The staff was super friendly and accommodating. A breakfast was provided with several selections to choose. A chef special each morning was interesting which I got each day and was never disappointed. We liked it so much we asked to stay another night. Luckily they had a room available. Hope to return sometime in the near future.
If you like beautiful inns in old buildings nestled in history-laden southern coastal towns, this place is for you. Updated, modern decor keeps the vibe here fresh with comfortable seating in the public spaces indoors and on the porch and rooftop. Room 302 is quiet being on a side street, and it catches the sunrise in the light-filled windows. Very comfortable bed, chairs and ottoman, and step-in shower. Breakfast is delicious, served in the elegant dining room and at tables on the expansive front porch. The owners and staff are all friendly and hospitable.
The Anchorage Inn is an amazing place to stay while in Beaufort! Full of history and charm…easy walking distance to downtown restaurants and shops. The staff was very accommodating and pleasant to be around. The upstairs balcony is the PERFECT place to have morning coffee or an evening cocktail. Already looking forward to coming back