Three Pines View

Pickens County
151 Shack Hollow Rd., Salem, SC, 29676
864 784-2974
Rooms: 4
Complementary Breakfast
Pets Allowed *may include fees or restrictions
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Interior Hallways
 
An artistic paradise, Three Pines View lodge is located in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of South Carolina. Intoxicating tranquility, fresh foods, breakfast included, spectacular mountain vistas, and much more tucked into the hills between Lakes Jocassee and Keowee. Stay at the rustic elegance designed boutique lodge whether you enjoy hiking on the numerous waterfall trails, boating on the nearby lakes, exploring local antique shops, visiting Clemson University or just relaxing on your private porch.

The Cotton Gin

Anderson County

5101 Westward Way, Anderson, SC
864-261-8918
Rooms: 2
Complementary Breakfast
Pets Allowed *may include fees or restrictions
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Hospitality in a rustic setting is to be found with a charming and relaxing stay at the nearly 200 year-old home. Wake up to a farm-to-table style breakfast before setting out for a day of shopping, hiking, or even take to the water with sailing and fly fishing instruction by experienced staff on Lake Hartwell. After a long day of exploring, settle into the beautiful South Carolina sunsets with a glass of wine, cheese, and conversation.

Rocky Retreat Bed & Breakfast

Anderson County

1000 Milwee Creek Rd., Pendleton, SC 29670
864-276-4724
Room: 4
Handicap Accessible
Complementary Breakfast
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Whether in need of a retreat, a weekend getaway, or the perfect reception location, this 19th Century styled accommodation has the modern conveniences for comfort while staying true to its roots. Minutes from an abundance of historic sites, guests can also find themselves strolling the greens of local golf courses, or window shopping in historic Downtown Anderson. Equestrians can pack their hooved partners for a day of riding Lake Hartwell and poplar grove trails at the nearby T. Ed Garrison Arena and Boarding.

Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast

Oconee County

325 Sunrise Dr., Salem, SC
864-944-0121
Room: 5
Breakfast
Pets Allowed *may include fees or restrictions
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A serene c.1890 Victorian Farmhouse, nestled between the forests and lakes of the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains, guests will discover 10 acres of naturally landscaped farmland to unwind or explore. Only a short distance from both Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee, this bed and breakfast offers unique farm experience with easy access to the freshwater jewels of South Carolina..

The Lowry House Inn

Oconee County

206 S. Fair Play St., Seneca, SC
864-888-0122
Rooms: 4
Breakfast
Internet
This historic home reflects the 19th century ambiance of southern living and hospitality in the Blue Ridge. Enjoy the elegant antiques, and outdoor rocking chairs with a rest at the private garden, complete with flowers galore and birdhouses. Seneca dining and shopping are within walking distance from the Lowry House.

The Gray House

Anderson County

111 Stone's Throw Ave., Starr, SC
864-352-6778
Rooms: 2
Handicap Accessible
Complementary Breakfast
Fall in love with the mouth-watering meals, beautifully appointed suites, well-manicured gardens and a soothing pond. This turn-of-the-century home is a full service restaurant serving traditional Southern fare and is also a quaint bed and breakfast that makes for a perfect romantic getaway. Don’t miss out on a private horse drawn carriage ride through the historic town of Starr, SC.

The Red Shutter B&B

Anderson County

116 Smith McGee Rd., Starr, SC
864-352-6771
Rooms: 3
Complementary Breakfast
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A c. 1908 upcountry farmhouse featuring large rooms with antique furnishings. When you fist step into this farmhouse you step back into the classic south while enjoying modern amenities. The Red Shutter is close to historic downtown Anderson and conveniently located to Lake Hartwell.

Magnolia Manor Bed & Breakfast

Oconee County

207 Westminster Hwy., Westminster, SC
864-647-8559
Rooms: 5
Complementary Breakfast
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This century manor house is a dreamy vintage backdrop for any photographer or event planner. The nine-acre property incorporates a formal garden and stone courtyard, vintage Carriage House, a pavilion with overlook, in a meadow and pond, some of the oldest oak trees in the county, and an 1860s barn.