Both an AAA Four Diamond Inn & Restaurant, Abingdon Manor is just minutes from I-95, halfway
The Southeast’s natural scenic beauty, warm climate, and rich history are just a few of the things that make it a year-round destination. Whether you are hiking the Blue Ridge Mountains in Asheville, North Carolina, visiting the historic gardens and plantations in Savannah, Georgia, cooling down resort-style on Palm Beach, Florida, or taking a trip back in time through the colorful Antebellum homes in Charleston, South Carolina, there is always plenty of outdoor adventure, history, and fun to be had in the Southeast.
Things to See & Do
Outdoor enthusiasts will love exploring the breathtaking depths of the Appalachian Trail as they hike the amazing mountain landscapes in Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee, while couples can look forward to a romantic and picturesque afternoon on the Mississippi River in Mississippi, Louisiana, or Arkansas. Travel down the coast and discover some of the most beautiful beaches in the United States (hello, Florida!), or quench your thirst for adventure in the mysterious depths of Mammoth Cave, Kentucky. Whether you are planning an intimate honeymoon, family vacation, or relaxing getaway, you are guaranteed to find everything that you are looking for in the Southeast!
Where to Eat & Drink
The Southeast is famous for extraordinary cuisine that you can’t find anywhere else in the world, so classic Southern dining is a must for those who visit! Magnolias of Charleston, South Carolina, is known by locals and tourists alike as the upscale restaurant that ignited a culinary renaissance. Additionally, North Carolina and the Asheville area is famous for its amazing craft beer scene, boasting more breweries than any other state in the South. Southern-style barbecue, creamy mac-n-cheese, ol’ fashioned stone-ground grits, and fried chicken (with a side of cornbread and collards, of course), are all classic must-try dishes.
Best Time to Visit
With mild winters and warm summers, there is never a bad time to visit the Southeast! Beautiful beaches offer the perfect place for you and your family to cool off during the summertime. Autumn reveals a beauty unlike any other, as the crisp fall weather paints the trees of the Appalachian Mountains with vibrant shades of red and gold. Winter is a spectacular time to visit vibrant cities like Charlotte, North Carolina, for some much-needed shopping, or New Orleans for the grandest Mardi Gras celebration in the world! Spring offers plenty of festivities as well; you and yours can welcome in the season by hiking, biking, beaching, and touring the south’s many historical plantations and blooming gardens.
Where to Stay
Enjoy an intimate and picturesque getaway at one of the best bed and breakfasts in the South! Whether you are hiking the Smoky Mountains or discovering the musical wonders of Nashville, Tennessee, you will find the greatest place to relax and unwind at a Southeast Select Registry property. With gracious hospitality and Southern charm, our unique and upscale bed and breakfasts have helped thousands experience the best of what the South has to offer. Don't just book a room; select your perfect accommodation at one of our unique properties below!
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Experience Oak Hill! Warm Hospitality, Luxury Amenities, Smoky Mountain Views & Relaxed Comfort!
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