The Rhett House ~ Part II

We really enjoyed the Spanish Moss hanging down from the trees.

That is the door to our room.

The porches were so inviting…if only the heat and humidity were less oppressive.

In the afternoons the Inn had Sweet Tea, lemonade and cookies for guests.

In the early evening they served cheese and crackers.

Later in the evening dessert was served in the kitchen.

Although breakfast was served in this room each morning our schedule prevented us from enjoying it.

Several times a day this horse drawn carriage came by the Inn on their Beaufort historic tour.

My next post will be about Family Day at Parris Island.

Photobucket replaced all my photos with ugly black and grey boxes and they are holding my photos hostage until I pay them lots of money. I’m slowly going through all my posts and trying to clean them up and replacing some photos. Such a bother.

About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

14 thoughts on “The Rhett House ~ Part II

  1. I don’t mind heat so much but humidity kills me. I’ve always wondered if there is a strong earthy smell wherever that moss grows. I love to stay at B&B’s….this one is lovely.

  2. Ok, I have added the Rhett House to my list of places I want to go one of these days! It is just gorgeous and I thank you so much for the tour!

    Even though I’m a born-in-New-England Yankee, I just love the gentility and history of the South and am sure I’d love to visit there sometime. Your posts are most definitely inspiring me to do just that!

  3. I’m off to look at a map. We’re planning on a trip out of Fort Lauderdale, but want to take a week ahead to tour. We’d thought of Georgia, and if this isn’t far from Savannah, perhaps we’d be able to visit. The inn is like something out of a story book.

  4. In any other setting I would wonder about the yellow walls, but having spent time in the south, and So. Carolina, I know it is JUST the perfect color for a warm humid environment.

    Good for the skin you know….

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