Linwood Bed & Breakfast

Address: 200 South Palmetto St, Summerville, South Carolina, 29483, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 200 South Palmetto St, Summerville, is near Pine Forest Country Club.
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        • Outdoor pool
        • Swimming pool


        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)

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        Travel Blogs from Summerville

        Southern Charm in Charleston

        A travel blog entry by photokent on Nov 01, 2014

        23 photos

        ... of the storm. The moss draped branches of the massive oaks were swaying in the wind and mist was flying along the surface of the choppy water. It was eerie seeing boats appear out of the mist, then disappear again. Fortunately for us the rain and sleet mostly held off and we were able to walk the Battery walls getting only slightly damp. Still it was a relief to turn back into the protection of the buildings of the ...

        Beach play dates, then ocean front beers

        A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Aug 30, 2014

        30 photos

        ... at a place called Reds which is right on the waterfront. It is prime real estate for afternoon sport, eating, people watching and of course, to have a few beers. There were also signs warning boaters about manatees and dolphins so I kept my eyes out for them... fail.

        I hung around until Nate got off work, and he explained college football and it's craziness to me before we headed home. Tia was off to work so I rode with her to town ...

        The Trip Continues

        A travel blog entry by katemoore on Apr 26, 2014

        23 photos

        ... of the original since it was shelled into rubble and then had a 1900 gun emplacement built on top of it. Supper at The Wreck of the Richard and Charlene, an unique, hidden away seafood place that's open from 5:30 til 8:30, unless they run out of food and close early. Everything was super fresh and I had on oversized platter of oysters and shrimp, lightly breaded and perfectly fried. The name comes from a shrimp boat that was driven ashore in ...

        A step back in time

        A travel blog entry by tigerjo on Jan 03, 2014

        6 photos

        ... South Carolina, Charleston became important by 1690 as a trading post with a harbour depth of almost 14 metres allowing larger ships to dock right in the city.Much of the architecture has survived from the Colonial period and strict building codes mean that the historic feel of the place is well preserved. Beautiful Live Oak trees abound and it honestly feels like I've taken a step back in time.

        During the rest of my stay ...

        Fun at the beach!

        A travel blog entry by annarstv on Aug 31, 2013

        10 photos

        ... a shower and then decided to go out. But where? That was the question. sitting at a table in the kitchen with some other people, they told us about a few clubs in town. We finally ended up walking to the centre where the market halls are and where some clubs are. The bad thing was, everything closes at 2am. We are not used to that in Germany, so we were a little disappointed. But at least we met some really nice guys who we hung around with the rest of the weekend. We ...