Exploring The Lowcountry

Your Basecamp for Adventures, Outings and Entertainment

There's a sultry quality to the rhythm of the Lowcountry. We live close to the ocean tides and love our exquisite coastal climate. As Beaufort’s only waterfront inn, Anchorage 1770 makes getting out on the water quite easy. Coastal cruising is just a dozen short steps from the verandah. Paddle boarding and fly fishing is another five steps. It’s all here for you to explore.

If you're eager for action, check out fat-tire bikes and cruise down Bay Street. Yoga on the verandah is inspiring with harbor views, rustling palms and an interesting roster of guest yogis.

Let us know your interests and aspirations. We'll put it all together for you–the insider's guide to the Lowcountry.

"Surveying the Beaufort River from the corner of Bay and Newcastle streets in Beaufort, South Carolina, Anchorage 1770 is perfectly located for exploring this coastal city. Fronted by stately columns supporting airy porches, the Greek Revival–style grand dame sits just two blocks from Waterfront Park and the center of town."

Inn Style: Beaufort’s Anchorage 1770 reclaims the stature of a historic mansion
Town Carolina Magazine