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Nearby Attractions

The cottage is secluded from the outside world, but is only minutes from some of the finest attractions the South Carolina Lowcountry has to offer. Here are some of the available activities:

  • Antiques Shopping
  • Artisans
  • Bicycling
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Golf Courses
  • Gourmet & Fine Dining
  • Hunting
  • Kayaking
  • Public Sculpture
  • Romantic Walks
  • Tennis Courts
  • Water Sports


Come to Charleston for the Spring and Fall House and Garden tours.

These are the premiere tours of some of Charleston's finest homes and gardens. This is an unique opportunity to visit rarely seen historic interiors and private gardens.  Please click on one of the links to the right for more information on the seasonal tours.

Downtown Summerville

Summerville's downtown has seen a remarkable resurgence in recent years. There are several restaurants that are higly regarded as being tops in the Lowcountry. The shopping is plentiful and varied. Azalea Park, annual host of the Flowertown Festival and Sculpture In The South, is only a block away and offers peaceful walking trails, reflecting ponds, public sculpture and a couple of wonderful gazebos.

Summerville DREAM

Newspaper Article on the 2003 "Scrumptious Summerville Kitchen Tour" (Free Subscription Required)

Plantations

Just a short drive down Oak-canopied Highway 61 (River Road) and you will be transported back to another time as you experience the beauty of the Ashley River Plantations: Middleton, Magnolia, and Drayton Hall. Guided tours are available at all three plantations, or you can just wander the gardens and soak in the history and nature.

Charleston

Historic Downtown Charleston is only a 25-minute drive from Summerville. You can find just about anything your heart desires in this historic and evolving city. Be sure to check out the new South Carolina Aquarium Complex. Catch a boat to Fort Sumter and explore the origins of the Civil War.

Wander the streets of the Historic District and witness a living museum of American architecture.


Take a stroll through the Public Market, and shop the many boutiques that flank the market. Want to learn about Charleston and relax at the same time? Try a carriage ride. Want a scare? Take one of the many Ghost Walks available.

Golf, golf, and more golf

The Lowcountry is home to some of the most challenging and beautiful golf courses in the world. Play a round at the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island, home of the Ryder Cup '91 and the PGA Championship '12. Or stay in Summerville to play at Pine Forest, the second highest rated slope in the Lowcountry.

The Beaches

Take a day to play in the surf along the South Carolina Coast. The Charleston area is proud to offer three completely public beaches, Isle Of Palms, Sullivans Island, and Folly Beach. If you enjoy fishing, be sure to check out the Edwin S. Taylor Fishing Pier at Folly Beach.

There is no end to the leisure possibilities in the Lowcountry. You will find yourself wanting to schedule your next visit to Summerville, and the surrounding area, before you have completed your current trip.

 

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