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Rosemary Inn
804 Carolina Avenue
North Augusta, SC 29841
Phone: +1--8034261546

Kelly and Diana Combs

English, Spanish

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Rosemary Inn Bed and Breakfast, overlooking the beautiful town center of North Augusta, the Savannah River, and just minutes from Augusta, Georgia. The founding father of  North Augusta, James U. Jackson, completed construction on Rosemary Hall in 1902. Today, the Rosemary Inn, North Augusta provides the perfect setting for business meetings, luncheons, afternoon tea, weddings and receptions, or just a relaxing stay in a lovely historic bed & breakfast Inn. Kelly and Diana Combs purchased Rosemary Hall in 2009 to create Rosemary Inn Bed & Breakfast.A stunning double staircase fashioned from hand picked rosemary pine communicates that old world charm of elegance and sophistication associated with America's Gilded Age.
Welcome to the Dining Room where your gourmet breakfast awaits you!Feel free to relax and take in the feel of the South as you recline to in the Lady's Parlor.  Kelly, one of the owners has been known to tickle the ivories upon request.
Paneled ceiling in the Lady's Parlor hand painted by now world renowned artist Ed Rice.  As the story goes Mrs. Alexander who taught art lessons in Rosemary for years, hired a young Ed Rice to to paint the ceiling one summer.The Alexander Suite is a favorite among our romantic couples.  Originally the bedroom of younger daughter Edith Barrington Jackson, this room became the home to Edith and her husband James Bishop Alexander after their marriage in 1913. This elegant corner suite looks out past the grand columns to the fountain of Calhoun Park and is richly decorated in hues of blue and brown. This room is complete with a four-poster queen bed, adorned with lush silk bedding and draperies beaded with crystal, a hand carved writing desk, armoire and dresser. The large sumptuous bath features a period clawfoot tub, double vanity and walk-in shower.
The Alexander Suite's Bathroom offers ample light and the opportunity for you soak away the cares of your day in our period claw-foot tub. Attitude adjustment is complimentary.  The large sumptuous bath also boasts a large mirror with double vanity and walk-in shower.