The Carriage House Inn invites you to enjoy comfortably elegant accommodations amidst the charm and abundance of Aiken's many fine dining, cultural and shopping opportunities in historic downtown Aiken, SC. This luxuriously restored historic Inn caters to all - Equine enthusiasts, couple in search of romance, corporate traveler or tourist exploring our charming town.. . .
The South's finest hospitality awaits you at The Willcox.
Walk the shady, oak-vaulted streets past clapboard cottages and rambling mansions, and you'll come upon The Willcox. An old-fashioned Southern hotel, a grand white-pillared glory. As lovely and genteel as a rose on a lapel.
Every winter, the well-heeled of the Guilded Age came to Aiken seeking horse racing, fox hunting, and high society. The Willcox was the most stately of the hotels that sprang up to serve them. FDR would ride his private train car to the back door and slip in quietly.. . .
Escape to this cozy Aiken South Carolina bed and breakfast inn lodging near Augusta Georgia. At the Town & Country Inn and Barn in beautiful Aiken, enjoy our family atmosphere where you can sit and rest, maybe chat awhile or just wander in over 4 acres of gardens and paddocks.
In the summer take a swim in our pool. Bring your children, horses and enjoy a home away from home. We want you to feel a part of the family and enjoy the unique charm of the Town & Country Inn. A stone's throw from Augusta Georgia, our Aiken bed and breakfast inn is a perfect home base for exploring our enchanting . . .
Whether you are planning an overnight stay, golf outing, business meeting, or family gathering, you and your friends will appreciate the elegance and convenience of the unique Guest House at Houndslake.
The mild agreeable climate allows year-round outdoor recreation. The friendly service and support of the professional staff will make your experience at the Guest House one to remember. . . .
Annie's Inn Bed and Breakfast is a stately landmark in the tiny village of Montmorenci, a bedroom community of Aiken. Built in the early 1800s; it was the primary home to a two thousand acre plantation. Today it is still surrounded by cotton fields. Owners Dallas and Scottie Ruark are the proud innkeepers in residence who started the inn in 1984. They have added six Guest cottages surrounding the swimming pool for corporate or long term stays. The two acre grounds are lovingly planted with trees, shrubs, and flowers, where birds can be heard singing every season.
Guests awaken each morning. . .