Historic Cuthbert House Inn Beaufort South Carolina

Cuthbert House


This was our accommodation in Beaufort on our trip last month, the Historic Cuthbert House Inn B&B. The Cuthbert family, successful indigo and cotton planters, built their fine Federal style house in 1790 on the warm and breezy island.

The house served Cuthbert family descendants until captured along with all of Beaufort, SC by Union forces in November 1861.  General William T. Sherman reportedly stayed at the house on his march through the South, his Aide-de-camp described as “General Saxton’s fine double house on Bay Street” – now The Cuthbert House Inn.

The House sits right on Historic Bay Street in Beaufort with stunning views of the saltwater marshlands where you can see dolphins while having your breakfast.

Beaufort Beauty


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This Post Has 6 Comments

  1. Great looking place and photos, Mike! What a view!

  2. Looks to be the perfect place to stay, Mike. If southern cooking was on the menu, the food would have been wonderful (and plentiful) and the view spectacular. What more could you want from a B&B.

  3. Nice work. I’d like to go there myself someday! Looks like a great place with some rich history!

  4. I remember this B&B from our trip last year. Didn’t stay there but really enjoyed the architecture of the town. Great image Mike.

  5. What a gorgeous place. I bet the inside is amazing. Beautiful images Mike.

  6. I’d give my left flipper to visit and shoot this place, WOW Mike!!!! Great shots, the one of the house is a great architectural study my friend. I absolutely LOVE this!

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Historic Cuthbert House Inn