This historic town (minutes past Middleton Place, or two miles off I-26) has the rare combination of sophisticated shopping, a wide variety of independent restaurants and the kind of hometown hospitality you thought had disappeared forever.
Dining choices include a 50-year-old southern specialties eatery, an old-fashioned soda fountain and a five-diamond rated restaurant in a spectacular inn known on both sides of the Atlantic. Serious shoppers will be ecstatic about a toy store that makes adults blink in wonder, a quilt shop named one of the ten best in America and fabulous clothing finds, including catalog overruns, Tencil and handkerchief linen, designer clothing and hand made children's clothes.
Non-shoppers can always while away their time at one of the several area golf courses, in a
bored husband' rocking chair or spending the day curled up on a sofa in the local
bookstore/cafe with a book and cappuccino (ask about Richard Gere's visit!)
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