About this listing
This little cabin was built just after the Civil War by freed slaves. It has a shabby charm that appeals to most guests, but some may prefer more contemporary amenities. Gay and straight friendly!
Downtown Historic Beaufort, 6 blocks from Bay St. Cozy Cabin ideal for a getaway in beautiful Historic Beaufort, South Carolina. Newly renovated back to it's original size (very small).
This Sea Island cabin was built by freed slaves just after the Civil War and is restored with an historical emphasis. It has a wood burning fireplace and a window heat/air conditioning unit. This house is listed on the National Register of Historic places.
The house is very small and rustic--after all it was built by ex-slaves after the Civil War and is over 100 years old. It has a sleeping "nook" rather than a private bedroom. 5 night rental minimum. Conveniently located but not fancy. It has a very artsy and Caribbean feel. In the Northwest Quadrant, a traditional and colorful Gullah neighborhood with lots of kids.
Pets allowed, but please contact us about it in advance. Fenced yard. Walk to Bay Street Restaurants and Bars as well as Boundary Street. About 30 minutes from Hunting Island State Park (pristine beach).
The entire house and fenced yard.
Interaction with Guests
This is our vacation home, so unfortunately we will probably not get to meet you personally.
Traditional Gullah neighborhood in the historic district. This is a vibrant neighborhood full of kids and local characters of modest means. It can be a bit loud with the neighbors kids and outdoor grilling, although it is usually very quiet.
You can walk to the downtown waterfront (about one mile). We have a bike you can use.
Please respect our neighbors.
If you use the fireplace, screen must be in place at all times.
Please remove any perishables from fridge and take out trash to curb (in roll cart); Trash pickup is on Mondays.