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Reviewed 19 December 2015 via mobile

Enchanting holiday decor! Amazing House, Wonderful hosts, relaxing stay, lovely warm room, great art, fantastic book collection and delicious breakfast! We also really appreciated that they are dog friendly. Thank you for having us, we will return.

Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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5a249byo, Owner at The Hampton House, responded to this reviewResponded 20 December 2015

Thank You for your great review, We enjoyed meeting you both,
hope to see You again, Have a Merry Christmas....and a Wonderful
New Year !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Reviewed 16 September 2015

Stopped by with a tour group to see this lovely B&B. The owners were very gracious and greeted us warmly. We had wine and cheese with fresh fruit outside on the patio near the pool. Unfortunately, the pool had been drained recently, but I'm sure it is lovely during the summer months. This B&B is quite the museum inside and the owners are very proud of their collection. Sad to say, but this B&B is now on the market to be sold. I just hope the new owners take as much pride in this old historic house as the current owners do. Be sure to notice the unusually large dental style molding in the foyer. I have toured many historic homes, but have NEVER seen any as large as this. It is massive.

Room Tip: The "bride's" room has a very large balcony that overlooks the lovely back yard.
  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled with friends
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Thank Nancy652015
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5a249byo, Owner at The Hampton House, responded to this reviewResponded 18 January 2017

the hamptonhouse is NOT on the market any more

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Reviewed 19 August 2015

The Hampton House is a historical delight. The house is architecturally beautiful and the bedrooms could be in a magazine (they were). The grounds were charming and the pool offered a welcome break after a long drive. The breakfast was homemade and delicious, especially the banana bread. If I lived in town, I would want to be friends with the charming hosts Diane and Henry. We will make a point of getting back here again!

Room Tip: The balcony room is perfect for sitting and enjoying a glass of wine while looking at the garden.
  • Stayed: August 2015, travelled as a couple
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Thank locksofcurls
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Reviewed 29 April 2015

What good things CAN'T I say about this place?! The owners are SO kind and generous. They had a plate of peanut butter cookies waiting for us right next to our room! Very cool that they have a mini fridge that you can use to store anything in, but it's also shared if anyone else is staying in the other two rooms, so keep that in mind as far as space goes. The owners don't overwhelm you when you come in or are staying and make sure to give you your space. Since no one else was actually staying there the nights we were, we got to look around the other two rooms and see what they're like. If you want your own private, beautiful balcony, the slightly more expensive Camellia Room is the way to go! (I personally wouldn't like that room due to the clawfoot tub with only the handheld shower hose the rinse off with, I prefer to have a fixed one on the wall/ceiling) Also great is that we needed somewhere to stay with our two dogs at, and they allow them in one of their three rooms for just $25 extra a night. We stayed in the Azalea room (the only one that allows dogs) and is was super quaint! Nice fireplace in the room, spacious windows, bathroom with separate toilet and shower/tub combination. The ground are beautiful with a lovely terrace/back garden, swimming pool (which was not ready yet, I guess we were still too early for that) and a (somewhat beaten down) tennis court that probably doesn't get much use. Walking distance to downtown Walterboro which was great as we were selling Quinndles at the Rice Festival this year! Diane, the owner, also collects old/antique dolls houses and barbies, and gave us a free tour of the room she displays them in before we left--very interesting pieces and history there! One of the rooms she actually uses as an art studio for her paintings and whatnot, and showed us that as well--she is super talented! For a smaller town, Walterboro surprisingly has great restaurants and things to do and shops to visit as well.

Cons: 1) Good, but not Great breakfasts. First morning we got omelets, bacon, yogurt, mini muffins, coffee and orange juice. Second morning we got VERY egg-y French toast, mini muffins, sausage, yogurt, coffee and orange juice. None of it was BAD, just not a large selection or large portions. 2) Minor annoyances to the guest room- what may not be minor to some but were somewhat more major to me: No extra toilet paper besides the one on the roll, quite dusty in the room on cabinets, mantles, etc., Took Forever to get hot water through the sink and shower....like, many, many minutes! I get it's an old house, but still.

Room Tip: Azalea room is the only one that allows dogs.
  • Stayed: April 2015, travelled on business
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Thank laurenjulie
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Reviewed 16 April 2015 via mobile

Had an absolutely lovely time at this amazing B and B. Hosts Diane and Henry delightful and most interesting. Breakfast delicious. Home and grounds give you a sense of the beauty of what plantation living must have been like in the early 1900s.

Stayed: April 2015, travelled as a couple
Thank pnjudy
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