|Minimum Stay||3 - 8 nights|
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THE LAURENS STREET APARTMENT is located right in the middle of downtown Aiken's unique shops and local restaurants.
"We were thrilled with this place!"
"This apartment is an absolute treat"
"Life is good and your place is great!"
THE LAURENS STREET APARTMENT, CIRCA 1885, features original Hitchcock ceilings and old lawyer bookcases, high ceilings and heart pine floors. This beautiful apartment has been completely restored to include a new bath and fully equipped, custom kitchen. The apartment's iron balcony overlooks Laurens (our Main) Street. It's the perfect place to people watch, catch up on your reading or enjoy your favorite drink! Local art graces the walls and furnishings include an inviting mix of antiques and comfortable pieces.
Comfy KING Master Bedroom and QUEEN Guest Bedroom. Also has QUEEN sleeper.
SEE ADDITIONAL LISTING: VRBO 290060 Sleeps 2-4
AIKEN, SC, IS CENTRALLY LOCATED. THESE CITIES ARE JUST A SHORT DRIVE AWAY!
Beaufort, SC 2hrs 15 min
Charleston, SC 2 hrs 19 min
Savannah, GA 2 hrs 22 min
Hilton Head, SC 2 hrs 30 min
Bluffton, SC 2 hr 23 min
THURSDAY NIGHT MARKET:
135 Laurens St. SW
What will you find at the downtown market? You’ll find anything from an array of fruits and vegetables—strawberries, green onions, blueberries, peaches, tomatoes, squash, and zucchini; dairy—raw milk, cheese, and cheese spreads; meats—all cuts of beef, pork, and lamb; homemade goods—soy candles, soaps, lotions, and sweet grass baskets; treats—cookies, breads, jams, and cakes; even prepared frozen meals, and ready to eat street foods from The Willcox Food Truck and Up Your Alley Chop House! Everything at the market is certified South Carolina Grown, so you know you’re eating local, quality foods.
Open Spring - Fall. For more informations please call 803-642-7654
AIKEN HISTORIC TOURS:
*Chinaberry Tours offers private guided personalized tours. Call Judith Burgess (803) 649-6608
*The City of Aiken offers a historic tour every Saturday from 10 am to noon. The tour leaves from the Aiken Visitors Center and Train Museum. Cost is $15. Reservations are recommended. Call 803.644.1907 Self-guided Tour: Maps available
HOPELAND GARDENS AND THOROUGHBRED RACING HALL OF FAME:
This 14 acre estate of Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin was bequeathed to the city in 1969 as a public garden and is open to the public Mon - Sun from 10am - sunset. Free Admission.
Nearly 2000 acres of southern forest located in the midst of an urban area. You'll find trails, bridges, horse jumps, signs, map boxes and quiet solitude.
THE AIKEN PLAYHOUSE:
Walk to our local playhouse! For play information and reservations call 803.648.1348
Powercuts Salon and Spa (803)642-4200
Aiken Golf Club - Semi-Private (803) 649-6029
Houndslake Country Club - Semi-Private (803) 648-6805
Midland Valley Country Club Semi-Private (803) 279.5352
Palmetto Golf Club - Private (803) 649-2951
Reserve Club at Woodside Plantation - Private (803) 648-1601
The Golf Club at Cedar Creek - Private (803) 648-4206
Woodside Plantation Country Club - Private (803) 649-4735
Aiken Quilt Shoppe (803) 649-7511
Barbara Sue Brodie Needleworks (803) 644-0990
MB Jewelry and Beads (803) 502-0200
Cooking Classes at Plum Pudding (803) 644-4600
Skeet Shooting at Carolina Star (803) 649-0878
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BRING?
Your accommodations include an initial stock of towels, bed linens, laundry detergent, soap, shampoo/conditioner (hair dryer), paper products, gourmet coffee, cream and sugar.
Keywords: VRBO in Aiken SC @ 149 Laurens St, Downtown, Romantic Getaway, Masters Rental near Augusta, GA, Best Hotel, Flat, Studio, Accommodations, Lodging, Vacation and Condo Rentals.
Aiken, 'a place for a splendid time to be had' was the town's reputation a century ago and still reigns true today! Historically, Aiken was a retreat for Charlestonians escaping malaria but also became a popular Winter Colony attracting people from the north especially during their harsh winter months.
Aiken became known as a sports haven as wealthy horse enthusiasts brought their animals for pleasure and training building grandiose cottages and stables that survive today. Aiken remains a great escape offering a rich heritage, beautiful tree lined streets, charm, hospitality and gracious living.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event|
Apr 2 2017 - Apr 9 2017
8 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
CHECK IN TIME: 3 PM
CHECK OUT TIME: 11 AM
SPECIAL RATES FOR MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT: Please see our Five Star Masters Reviews entered by guests Dave & Angie M. (Carmel, In) that says "Excellent accommodations for a week at the Masters!"...and by guest Lorie F. (Ottawa, Canada) that says "We came into Aiken for a few days of golf and to attend a practice round at The Masters. 4 of us stayed at this great apartment for 4 nights. Its even nicer than the pictures - lots of room - everything you need…(read more under "Reviews")
Masters Week rate is $450.00 per night, all inclusive, with a 7 night minimum.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.