Eat, Shop, Stay, Play January
December 19, 2019
The holidays were wonderful – and now it’s time to reflect, refresh, and recharge in charming Camden, South Carolina.
Book your stay at one of our lovely B&B Inns : The historic Bloomsbury Inn – where Civil War diarist Mary Boykin Chesnut wrote some of her famous Diary from Dixie .
Or book a guest suite at Camden’s Four Oaks Inn , tastefully appointed, plus extra pampering touches such as the finest linens and cozy hearth-side relaxation.
If branded hotel accommodations are more your style, check out our brand new Hampton Inn by Hilton©. It’s conveniently located with comfortable rooms, indoor pool, and all the snappy amenities to help make your stay complete!
Now it’s time for…. shopping, touring, dining, or a day spa. Select your most refreshing experience. Camden has a plethora of choices.
Shopping – we’ve got everything from classic and trendy clothing at the Pink Stable boutique to the fine antiques and shabby chic items that fill the Camden Antiques Market. And don’t forget to check out local artists at The Edge on Broad Street or at the Artist’s Attic. And the best part – it’s all within walking distance in Historic Downtown Camden
Fine dining – check: Experience Sam Kendall’s for new American cuisine in an upscale, casual atmosphere. Prefer international – Salud’s has the freshest Mexican cuisine and a fabulous tequila bar.
Looking for the best burgers and fries – try the Steeplechase Bar and Grill.
OK – we understand. You really want to relax – no walking, no talking, just being pampered for the entire day. Try Ideation Spa Salon for pampering from your head to your toes. How refreshing – go in exhausted from the holidays and come out renewed and ready to rally. And yes, Ideation is located close to just about everything!
Once you’re feeling a little recharged, there are a number of places to explore in Camden. From Historic Camden Revolutionary War Park, to the Camden Archives & Museum, to the Arts Center of Kershaw County and all our beautiful parks. We’ve got it all.
January 16 – Jazz Pianist Ben Rosenblum – at the Arts Center of Kershaw County
January 31 – The Pitchforks of Duke University – at the Arts Center of Kershaw County
January 31 – The Treaty of Ghent Celebration – at Historic Camden