Hilton Garden Inn Beaufort
1500 Queen Street, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29902, United States
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Check out the wonderful website that the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce has. Here you can learn about the town, find out about lodging, dining, and things to do while visiting Beaufort. This website also has relocation information for anyone who may be thinking of moving there. From the web page you can also email the chamber with questions if you need additional information.
Their web page address is www.beaufortsc.org Climbing to the top of the lighthouse in Hunting Island State Park, and watching dolphins hunting close to shore each morning from our camper's window.
Hamilton House 1856 (#10 on walking tour)
The Paul Hamilton House AKA The Oaks is at 100 Laurens Street. It is Italianate in style with a wide porch running across the front and the two sides.
Inside are unusual carved mantles that wrap around the sides of the chimneys.
Built in 1856 by Col. Paul Hamilton and deserted when Beaufort was occupied by federal troops in 1861, it was used as a hospital for a time. Following the war, it was offered for sale by the government commissioner along with other Beaufort houses to pay “taxes due.” Indignant citizens, led by George Holmes, a Northern merchant, gathered together enough money to pay for the house in Hamilton’s name.
Baptist Church of Beaufort c 1844 (#20 on tour)
The Baptist Church of Beaufort was organized in 1800, but the building was not erected at 600 Charles Street until 1844 during the Pastorate of Richard Fuller. Richard Fuller was the son of Thomas Fuller who built Tabby Manse.
The church is an excellent example of Greek Revival architecture. Originally it did not have a steeple.
It was used as a hospital during the Civil War. Before the war, the congregation consisted of 166 white worshippers and 3,577 slaves.
William Elliott House pre 1776 (#30 on tour)
This three-story tabby house at 1103 Bay Street was built before the Revolutionary War by William Elliot I and occupied before the Civil War by William Elliott III, who was very much opposed to secession. He resigned his seat in the Senate rather than vote for nullification. But when the war broke out he, like Robert E. Lee, went with his state. The house was saved from demolition by the Historic Beaufort Foundation. Today it is known as the Anchorage House.
University of South Carolina at Beaufort
There are three campuses of the University of SC in the Beaufort area. This is the North Campus. There is a more extensive area which is in the process of being expended at the South Campus, and there is also a Military Campus on the Marine Corps base.
Old Beaufort College at 800 Carteret Street was built in 1852 as a boys’ school and taken over during the Civil War by Gen. Stevens. It later became a private school, then a public school. It is now part of University of South Carolina.
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Hilton Garden Inn Beaufort
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Address: 1500 Queen Street, Beaufort, South Carolina, 29902, United States