Clark's Inn is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Santee, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
In addition, as a valued Clark's Inn guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Santee be sure to experience local oyster favorites at Captains Quarters, Clark's Inn and Restaurant, or Wilbur's Cocktails & Supper Club.
If you’re looking for something to do, Smith's Super Store (0.4 mi) is a nice way to spend some time, and it is within walking distance of Clarks Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Santee!
We travel between FL and MD often with our labrador. We typically stay at Best Western, Red Roof, etc. Our last overnight in Santee was wretched! This time, we thought we'd try Clark's Inn. Loved it!! We were in a separate building where pet people go. Clean, quaint, roomy, very pet friendly, nice walking area with bags provided, coffee in the room, and dinner in the restaurant was WAY better than our typical fast food in the room. Lovely dining room, glass of wine, wonderful fried chicken and roast chicken dinners, apple crisp and ice cream... 😋 The gift shop is a little pricey but beautiful. I did manage to purchase a couple of things. 😉 They are still not serving breakfast, but our bag to go was more than adequate - delicious apple muffin, apple, juice, granola bar. This is our place from now on! Sorry I didn't take more pictures.…
The food is overpriced, you get no rolls, bread, salad included with your dinner entree! Have eaten here many times before and we received great bread, cornbread, butter etc, this time nothing! I ordered seafood platter at $28.00 was not impressed with the taste! Would have rather gone to Cracker Barrel a walk away from the Clark’s Inn
Clark's has always been the place we stayed and dined to/from FL. This stay will be our last. First, the room had an unpleasant odor. The ice maker was broken. No breakfast served, just a "go bag" full of junk food. Covid- I get it. But I think some businesses use it as excuse to cut services, yet raise prices. Spent close to $200 in restaurant for dinner, and they did not have any rolls to accompany salads. Food was mediocre, and very salty, for prices. Will not be back.
My husband is handicapped, and we made reservations for a handicapped room. There were no accommodations in our room for him. We repeatedly called for a shower seat…! The office staff said, “ I have called, but we can’t get one!” Our last stay at The Clark’s Inn!
We booked a room at this place. It was the worst experience we ever had! When we book our room, we asked for a king room which included breakfast for 2 people. The agent that booked our ro room said ok but they we no longer offering a breakfast at the restaurant. They would provide a bagged breakfast to go. We proceeded with the reservation. Cost $128.00 per night. We checked into the inn on Saturday 1/16. After the check-in was completed, she handed me 2 bags stating there were the included breakfasts. What a joke! In the bags we the following. An apple (which was tasteless), a pre-bought peanut butter cookie, a 6oz bottle of orange juice, and a store bought muffin! Totally ridiculous!!! They only provide in room coffee which was terrible! There web site made no mention about the fact that they had done away with the restaurant breakfast! I believe this is FALSE advertising! We went the two the restaurant for dinner. Our meals were good and the service was ok. We checked-out on Sunday 1/17 and continued on our trip. We looked into our credit card account and we reviewing our charges and saw the charge fir the hotel room. There was also an additional charge for $40.50. We did not recognize what this charge was for. I call the hotel and spoke to an agent to inquire about the charge. He asked us we has a pet. We did not. He asked if we ordered room service. We did not. He told me that he would have to refer this issue to the the hotel manager (Kitty) to review and took my phone number so he could leave a message for her to review and call me back. Later on that morning the agent called me back and said that he did had pulled our account and told me that the additional $40,50 was a charge at the restaurant bar. He additionally told me that it was signed for by Danny. Neither wife or myself are named Danny. I called again on Tuesday 1/19 to inquire about the status of the incorrect charge to our credit card and asked to speak to Kitty.. I was told she was not in. I asked when she would be available to discuss this issue. The agent told me that she did not know when she would be in. If she really does work there she very poor communication skills! This person is supposed to be the hotel manager! As of today Clarks Inn has not called us back. We would not ever stay at this hotel or dine at the restaurant again!!! I would not recommend this business to anyone! With all that is going on in the world regarding business needing customers, this type of customer service is very poor.…
Food was flavorless. Overcooked. The "pub" has no draft beer. US Foods/Sysco slop right off the truck, obviously no effort by staff to make the food enjoyable. It's edible, but prepare to be disappointed. The building, however, is beautiful.
We were looking forward to an historic inn & meal featuring local cuisine. The hotel is borderline shabby & you get the free breakfast in a brown paper bag. Food is just okay/ tho the pecan pie is excellent. Better choice would be one of the newer motels nearby which feature prices nearly a half lower. If you're looking for charm have a drink at the bar. ..stay & eat elsewhere.
If you’re looking to stay at a modern style hotel, this is not the place for you. If you want to go back in time and experience old-time southern charm, this is the place for you. Each room has a different historical feel. Modern updates in the bathroom, LED TV, Mini refrigerator and coffee maker. Free Wi-Fi and standard electrical outlets to plug in your electrical devices. Wonderful restaurant, of the same name, owned by the same family, located next to the motel. A must for those who want a simple experience. Loved it.
Stayed here 1 night with dogs. OK room however...musty smelling upon arriving. Old motel room setup, but good for walking dogs. Overpriced at $170 per night with pet fee. Plus, front desk mistakenly gave my room to another person checking in...around an hour after I checked in! Plus, the front desk re-keyed my room....so if would have been locked out of my room...if I had left my room! The other guest assigned my room...came into my room around 10 pm...and we both were shocked to see each other! Then...unfortunately....we had a hard time finding someone to help in giving out another room to the other guest...since the front desk had shut down for the night!! Finally...got owner of hotel on phone...who had front desk clerk return! Clerk was super apologetic...however, owner could have been more concerned on phone. After getting rooms straight...did not have a good night's sleep...wondering who was going to come in on me again! Never heard from hotel management the next day. Will not stay at this hotel again...…
Was passing through this area and am familiar with the restaurant, so thought it might be a good place to spend the night and have a meal. Well, the restaurant is still good, but when we went to the room, it smelled musty. I looked in the bathroom, and it may have been cleaned, but looked old, and the tub had rust in it. Decided not to stay here and would not return. There are plenty of newer, better hotels nearby.