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Have a Great Stay at 607 Bay Inn Downtown Beaufort
Welcome to 607 Bay Inn Downtown Beaufort, boutique waterfront guest rooms located in the center of Downtown Historic Beaufort, South Carolina. 607 Bay Inn Downtown Beaufort is one of the best places to stay in Beaufort, SC. Platted in 1717, this property has been the site of several fine structures that have housed many prominent local residents. After a devastating fire in 1907, former South Carolina State Senator William J. Thomas oversaw the construction of this unique block residence overlooking the Beaufort River, Stephen Elliott Park / Cannon Park, and the old Lady’s Island Turn Bridge.
607 Bay Inn Downtown Beaufort is located less than a block away from the main commercial stretch of Bay Street that features top local restaurants, shops, and art galleries. This historic manor house has been freshly remodeled for comfort and modern convenience you would find at the best B&B’s, while preserving its history and embracing its coastal location. We endeavor to provide our guests with a one-of-a-kind peaceful and relaxing experience. Whether you’re here for a weekend of sightseeing, to observe a military graduation, or on business here in the Lowcountry, we’re confident that you will love your stay.
Make your stay even more memorable with our curated featured experiences.
CHOCOLATES, STRAWBERRIES & PROSECCO
The irresistible chocolate is locally sourced and can spell love. Let us do the work and set up the perfect way to end your evening.
Choose from an unbelievable half-day fishing charter or beautiful sunset boat cruise on the Beaufort River.
KAYAKING ADVENTURE IN THE INTERCOASTAL WATERWAY
Allow us to set up a fantastic float in the ICW with our outfitter specializing in kayaks and stand up paddleboards.
Our Guests Say it Best
“We loved the waterfront location and how easy it was to walk into town. Such a wonderful historic property with an amazing attention to detail, everywhere you look.”