St. Patrick’s Day

Create your own luck and Celebrate St. Patrick’s in Beaufort, SC and enjoy family friendly activities in a Lowcountry paradise. Get in the spirit and reserve your stay during one […]

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Create your own luck and Celebrate St. Patrick’s in Beaufort, SC and enjoy family friendly activities in a Lowcountry paradise. 

Get in the spirit and reserve your stay during one of Beaufort’s fun celebrations!

March is a great month to visit Beaufort, as we begin to spring into warmer weather and we have more daylight hours to explore. 

Check out the fun events below and reserve your stay today!

The Sham Rocked Sip & Stroll is a chance to explore the various Downtown Beaufort retailers while enjoying complimentary beverages and special retail and restaurant promotions. This event combines all that we love about downtown Beaufort. Experience downtown as it’s meant to be experienced – while strolling!
 
This event takes place on March 12, 2022 in Historic Downtown Beaufort, South Carolina.
 
Sip & Stroll is a 21+ (to drink) event for you, your gal pals, significant other, family, and coworkers. Under 21 are permitted and children under 6 are free.
 
This event is organized in part by the Activate Downtown Beaufort Committee in coordination with the Beaufort Area Hospitality Association and the Downtown Beaufort Merchants Association.
A short car ride from the Beaufort Inn, Beaufort Town Center hosts an annual St. Patrick’s Festival, with tons of activities for the whole family, food, drinks, and live music. 

This free-family festival will take place on March 19, 2022 from 12pm-4pm at 2127 Boundary Street. Guests will enjoy live music, a bagpiper, bounce houses and large slides, a rock wall, and more! Food and drink vendors will be on site in addition to all throughout the Shopping Plaza. 

Rosie O’ Grady’s, Beaufort best Irish Pub, location in Beaufort Town Center, will keep the party going after the Festival ends and will have live music, corn beef and cabbage, and