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Diamond Spotlight: Rosemary Inn, North Augusta, S.C.

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Rich in history, the Rosemary Inn is a beautiful bed and breakfast set inside a gorgeous mansion in North Augusta, South Carolina. Built in 1902 by the city’s founding father James U. Jackson, the inn is named for the stunning rosemary pine paneling you’ll see throughout the ceilings and walls of the property. Overlooking the Savannah River and downtown Augusta, Georgia, the home embodies the traditional style of the antebellum era.



The inn has six uniquely appointed guest rooms — each with its own story. Owners Kelly and Diana Combs will gladly give you a tour. Enjoy a complimentary refreshment and snack station, bicycle rentals to explore the town center and a relaxing sit in the gardens or on the large verandas.

While guests rave about the accommodations at the inn, it’s the owners who receive the most praise. The Combses are gracious and provide immaculate housekeeping, delicious breakfasts and meticulous attention to detail – all while allowing their guests to relax in their home where everyone is treated like family.

          — Tiffany Wright, AAA Public Relations Manager

Reserve your stay at Rosemary Inn — call 800-398-0379 or book online!


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