With renovations to the 240-year-old William Elliott House scheduled to completed in early March, the new Anchorage 1770 unveiled it’s logo on Monday in advance of its spring grand opening. It is anticipated that the inn will open in early April and will soon be taking reservations for the early Spring.
Why name it Anchorage 1770?
“Some area locals call the mansion ‘The Anchorage’ from it’s Victorian period, and others refer to it as the William Elliott House, from its Colonial era founding circa 1770. Both are historically accurate. So we wanted a name that connected these two eras,” said co-owner Frank Lesesne.
Source: Eat, Sleep, Play Beaufort