Appalachia’s Blue Ridge Mountains are home to some of America’s most breathtaking natural beauty. A popular weekend getaway and camping spot, Table Rock State Park is perfect for hiking up to the top of the two nearby mountain peaks, checking out the waterfalls and wandering the miles-long trails. Don’t miss out on comfort when visiting – book one of these hotels near this popular South Carolina state park with Culture Trip.
You’ll have plenty of space at this 500-acre resort at the base of Pinnacle Mountain, where you can rent a condo for all your friends and family. Beyond the killer views of the mountain range, you’ll also be able to hit the golf range here, where 18 holes await. The resort left plenty of nature untouched along the fairways, including a number of scenic waterfalls on the grounds, and trails to Table Rock are easily accessible from the resort.
A half-hour drive from Table Rock, Aloft in Greenville is a hip spot in the heart of the downtown shopping district. A number of local trails are close by as well, like the Swamp Rabbit Trail and the paths through Falls Park on the Reedy. Explore the area’s natural beauty during the day, then head for the top-tier restaurants and bars that populate downtown once night falls. When you’re ready to retire, expect plush beds to recharge before another day of adventures.
Aptly named Travelers Rest, this town just north of Greenville is the perfect place to recover after a long day up in the mountains. At the Hampton Inn, brightly colored rooms look out onto the forest below, just a few minutes from the picturesque campus of Furman University – and you’ll be able to quickly zip up and down Highway 288 to Table Rock or the nearby Mountain Bridge Wilderness Area.
At the foot of the mountains, the Hotel Domestique is a Tuscan-style villa that serves as base camp for adventurous cyclists, golfers, fishers and climbers. The hotel doesn’t just offer a place to stay, but on-site yoga classes, massages, tennis and an infrared sauna as well. Rooms are spacious, with mountain views, river-rock showers and four-poster beds. And don’t miss Restaurant 17 – inspired by European bistros – which serves up seasonal dishes like summer mushroom rigatoni and an heirloom tomato and goat cheese salad.
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Mint House – Downtown Greenville
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For an untraditional stay in downtown Greenville, opt for Mint House – where you’ll get a full apartment with living areas, fully equipped kitchen and a view of the busy tree-lined street below. It’s perfect for longer stays, groups or family excursions. You’ll have plenty of time to explore the trails just outside along the Reedy River, including Falls Park, and the connecting Swamp Rabbit Trail. A bit farther in downtown, Southern grub, local breweries and small boutiques abound.
An acre of perfectly manicured gardens greet you when you arrive at this bed and breakfast in Easley, a 20-minute drive west of Greenville. The historic home has now been expertly preserved – as three suites and two rooms dedicated to figures like George Washington and General William King Easley, the Confederate general the town is named after. Here, you’ll be just a short trip away from Table Rock to the north and a string of nearby lakes to the west, popular for boaters and fishers.
For those who like to travel in style, a stay at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Greenville is in order. While you’ll have plenty of time to visit Table Rock, you’ll also be close to activities at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, the Greenville Zoo and along Main Street. Don’t miss the hotel restaurant, Roost, for good ol’ Southern fare like biscuits and gravy, pimento cheese and shrimp and grits.