City Loft Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Loft Hotel Beaufort
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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... are two agricultural fields planted with corn, sunflowers and wheat, sesame, millet, Egyption wheat all to provide food for the wildlife that live there. Portions of the fields are left fallow to grow native vegetation. This habitat diversity is good for all wildlife.
The last owners (1976 -2007) the Meyers left the property to the State and the Department of Natural Resouces opened the plantation to the general public in 2008.
We had fun at McConkeys Jungle Shack, ...
Leaving day will be here before we know it! Can't wait to see if all of our little friends will remember us! We have lots of adventure ahead of us and we covet your prayers for the mission that is ahead of us. The flight is really long, living conditions can be "challenging" but every hug we get, every chance we get to share the Good News overshadows any momentary affliction we may encounter.
... br> sightings weekly, out in the marsh the usual half-dozen wading birds
while along the shore a scattering of gulls, terns ,willets, plovers
and once in a while different sea ducks.
Over the past nine-and-a-half weeks we
grown accustom to this place. The high tides of November and December
pushed the ocean into the street here and the low laying areas of
Charleston. Super Storm Sandy passed by with little ...
... never gave me anything. BY mid- afternoon she was fairly sure I was going to be OK so we went for a walk on the beach. The water was way far away and there was nothing to chase. We were about half way through our walk when we noticed big black ugly clouds coming over the trees. There was thunder too! We ran as fast as we could back to the house, which wasn't very fast 'cause Mommy only has 2 legs and she had to carry me over the dunes. ...
... miles of barrier island. Ocean and salt marsh, long needle pine, oak,
magnolia, cabbage palm and palmetto still cover the dunes. Primitive
beauty and excellent birding. The park provides a fishing peer, a
boat launch, an environmental center, a long boardwalk over the
marsh, a huge campground with electric, good water and hot showers as
well as miles of paved, singled track and handicapped access trails.
All on par ...