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The Lowcountry is full of southern charm and rich history and Summerville, SC is no exception. Those that live here know how much character is in this charming historic town and those that don’t, well, it’s time to book your stay and explore the town that is credit as the “Birthplace of Sweet Tea”. And, while Charleston might be known for its grand hotels, Summerville is known for its welcoming, small-town bed and breakfasts.
Book your stay at one of these bed and breakfasts and explore the wonder that is Summerville.
Flowertown Bed and Breakfast
A three-story Victorian home turned bed and breakfast, Flowertown is the perfect stay to get the full Summerville experience. With French and Victorian-style designs, this elegant inn will make you feel right at home with fireplaces in your rooms, two Southern porches, landscaped gardens, and a great room where you can start your day off with a gourmet breakfast each morning.
Caroline’s Bed and Breakfast
This charming and cozy inn sits in the heart of Summerville, prioritizing an experience for every visitor that will show them true Southern hospitality. The owners, Carol and Jerry, hope that everyone who stays at this quaint bed and breakfast will come as a guest and leave a friend while resting in a luxurious and relaxing environment.
The Pink Dolphin
Built in 1881, this historic house was turned into a bed and breakfast in 2003. Just two blocks from downtown Summerville, the Pink Dolphin is a stay you will not forget. With coffee and tea service to your room before breakfast, you will get to know everyone at the inn, even joining them for breakfast in the kitchen so you can get to know the people serving you during your stay!
Bed and Breakfast of Summerville
Bed and Breakfast of Summerville sits in the Historic District with moss-draped streets, lush outdoor parks, and restaurants to satisfy any craving. At this country-style furnished Guest House, you’ll enjoy a continental breakfast, a peaceful porch under a giant oak tree, a stocked fridge and all of the Southern charm you could hope for.