The Horse Stamp Inn, one of the newest and most distinctive bed & breakfast inns on the Georgia coast, is hosting a winter promotion that includes golf at the championship Sanctuary Cove, designed by Fred Couples and Davis Love III. The golf course sits on the Golden Isles of Georgia, representing one of the top semi-private golf facilities in the state.
From January 1 thru March 15, 2013, guests of the inn who stay for a minimum of two nights (based on availability) will receive one complimentary round of golf, including cart. Sanctuary Cove Golf Course is only seven miles from the inn and a perfect accompaniment to the luxurious and handsome southern mansion.
The 5-bedroom inn is nestled on 16 sprawling acres with expansive pastures, rustic horse barn and artesian fresh water pond. Owners Tom and Kris Hutcheson begin each day with breakfast prepared from fresh and locally produced ingredients. Guests can have breakfast served in their room or suite, choose to dine on the al fresco verandah or in the homey kitchen.
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Cuthbert House Inn
Cuthbert House Inn in Beaufort, SC is the only waterfront antebellum bed and breakfast in this quaint historic town on the Intracoastal Waterway. The 10,000-square-foot house is a beautifully preserved architectural treasure.
The view displays the marina and moss-draped live oaks over Beaufort Bay often dotted with sailboats.
Step into this foyer and open the door to history. Arrive for social hour with refreshments and lively conversation. Take a short stroll downtown for fresh seafood in a waterfront restaurant. Wake up to hot and homemade Southern delicacies for breakfast.
It’s the year 2010, and the war between the states has long since ended, but we are reminded of General Sherman’s march to the sea when Beaufort was preserved as a headquarters for Union soldiers. Soldiers left their carving on this marble mantelpiece, but no ghosts appear among antiques and amenities in a luxurious suite. Modern conveniences include gas fireplaces and cozy robes and comforters to follow a soak in the claw foot tub.
The quiet little town is rich with dozens of restored antebellum mansions and tales of wealthy plantation owners fleeing these homes at the threat of war. Touring the neighborhoods, browsing for antiques and art or celebrating a special event are reasons to savor this visit. Weddings, girlfriend getaways or romantic interludes are perfectly set here. Make this your headquarters for day tours to Hunting Island, Hilton Head, Charleston or Savannah.
The Cuthbert House Inn takes reservations online and by phone at 800.327.9275. It is recommended in our travel book recently published in Channel Lake’s Tourist Town series — Hilton Head: A Guide to the South Carolina Lowcountry. The book is available for purchase at the Cuthbert House Inn, in all major bookstores and online.
We’ve arrived at our favorite bed and breakfast.