City Loft Hotel

Address: 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29902, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 301 Carteret Street, Beaufort, is near Bay Street, St. Helena's Episcopal Church, The Chocolate Tree, and The Point.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Loft Hotel Beaufort

    Reviewed by ttpellicano

    Beautiful hotel, great price, would definitely stay again!

    Reviewed Jan 9, 2015
    by (1 review) Bethany , United States Flag of United States

    The outside of the small hotel is a beautifully renovated motel. The tasteful twinkle lights are very welcoming to guests. The open-floor design with the wrap-around porch allows guests to feel more connected to the quaint South Carolina neighborhood and the salty sea air (waterfront only a block away). The rooms were amazing: right out of a five-star hotel. The beds and pillows were white and fluffy and extremely comfortable; the bathrooms were elegant: sliding blue frosted doors, large bathtub, entirely glass shower, complementary robes!!! The coffee shop attached to the hotel has delicious lunch/breakfast food and coffee. The service provided by the entire staff was kind and accommodating. The manager honored a room price holiday discount my family asked about even after we had checked in.

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    Travel Blogs from Beaufort

    History Part Two

    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 22, 2015

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    We are having a very lazy day and I guess that is what holidays are all about but when you are retired it seems different. Lazy is not bad, learning is good! More on the Civil War. I remember learning so much about the United States history in high school. I loved history, did well but reading about it today gives me even more appreciation. I should have, could have paid more attention! Never to late to learn.

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    ... 56) and breezy but absolute perfection. This is the reason to travel!

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    A park under the forest

    A travel blog entry by billandteena on Dec 31, 2012

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... br> sightings weekly, out in the marsh the usual half-dozen wading birds
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    Harbour Town

    A travel blog entry by cblake3493 on May 09, 2011

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    We packed our bicycles for the day. All the bicycles come with baskets on the handlebars and locks. We have a lunch with us. We rode to the beach, then to marker 46 and into Sea Pines Resort to get to Harbour Town. We ate lunch at a picnic table there. We toured the Harbour Town Lighthouse and climbed the 114 steps to the top. We had great views of the islands across ...


    A travel blog entry by guynnmonica on May 20, 2010

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... where there was left over ruin's from the 1800's. Their houses were made out of shell and located right on the coast. The fun part was treasure hunting. When the tide comes in it washes out old pottery and glass from many decades ago. The kids loved finding pieces of plates and some indian pottery that dated ...