Southern Living recently named Beaufort No. 2 on its “Summertime Small Towns That Are Even Better in Fall” list.
And we couldn’t agree more. We love our part of the world in any season, but some things happen in the fall that are just so special, we don’t mind the end of summer so much.
The Beaufort Lowcountry fall is about family, food, football, festivals, and just plain fun for everyone.
Oysters are here!
We’re not bragging (well maybe just a bit), but we have some of the best fresh seafood to be found, and it’s oyster season! With the Beaufort Annual Shrimp Festival just behind us, we’ll now enjoy oyster feasts until there are no more months with the letter R in them.
Oyster roasts are popular. If you don’t want to host your own, there are plenty of community oyster roasts where you can go and eat your fill.
Turkey and Pie?
Fall is the time for Thanksgiving. Few holidays are more beloved than our Thanksgiving, steeped in tradition and celebrated with family and friends. Thanksgiving is when we take out all the old recipe books and pull together roasted (or deep-fried) turkey, baked ham, mashed potatoes, collards, green bean casserole, and any sweet potato goodness.
Someone is going to make an oyster dressing, and you can bet there will be biscuits.
And pie. Pecan, pumpkin, and apple pies are traditional and made with the best of fall’s seasonal offerings, but there are other wonderful desserts too. You know the ones you love.
And with any luck, there will be leftovers!
The temperature drops in the fall.
Cooler evenings are a highlight of fall in the Lowcountry, and those temperatures are ideal for a family stroll around the saltmarsh, or through downtown Beaufort.
Residents of Celadon’s neotraditional neighborhood enjoy gorgeous walking trails and community spaces, perfect for evening strolls and gatherings.
And a visit to the beautiful Celadon Club and Spa helps folks take care of any guilt they might have had about enjoying that second helping of Thanksgiving pecan pie.
There is always something happening in Beaufort.
The six-day Pat Conroy Literary Festival wraps up November 3, and there is still time to get down to the book sale on November 2 and 3.
There’s so much to see and do!
Visitors to this beautiful seaside town love to explore the quaint historic neighborhoods by horse and carriage. Dining out is an infinite pleasure with many restaurant choices for every budget and taste.
Art is everywhere, with more than a dozen galleries in the downtown district. There are good reasons why Beaufort SC was rated as one of the top ten small art towns in the United States!
So, why not pay us a visit this fall?
We’ve made it easy and affordable.
You can experience both Beaufort and Celadon during our favorite season with a Discovery Visit limited time offer of only $199 per couple.
Take a Discovery Tour and see this beautiful community for yourself!
Visit Celadon and spend three days and two nights in charming downtown Beaufort.
Walk to shops and waterfront dining, or take a historical tour. Love the water? Come and explore all the Beaufort area has to offer; fishing, boating, or just enjoying Mother Nature’s glories from the shore.
The water here has something for everyone.
Then visit Celadon, just five minutes from downtown, where our experienced team can help you find your own piece of the Lowcountry.
This limited time offer includes 3 days and 2 nights’ accommodations in historic downtown Beaufort. Personalized real estate and amenities tour. Access to Celadon Club Wellness Center with a large pool, fitness classes, state-of-the-art exercise equipment, and luxury spa services.
Contact us today to take advantage of our special limited time offer!