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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Bluffton @ Hilton Head Area

35 Bluffton Road , Bluffton, South Carolina 29910

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Downtown

Downtown

City Name: HILTON HEAD

Direction from City Center to Hotel: East

Distance from Hotel: 5 MI/ 8.05 KM

Local

Local

Closest Convention Center: Savannah Conference Center

Distance from Hotel: 25.75 MI/ 41.44 KM South West

Convenience Store: 0.05 MI/ 0.08 KM South East

Must See

Must See

The Heyward House in Old Town Bluffton was built in 1840 for a local plantation owner. The Heyward House is one of the only eight antebellum homes that still stand in Bluffton. Old Town was granted National Historic District Designation in 1996 with 54 historic contributing structures. Bluffton was established as a "Preserve America Community" in 2005.

Must Do

Must Do

While you are here - you must check out Palmetto Bay Marina. There are several shops and restaurants with great water views where you can have breakfast, lunch or dinner. Fresh seafood is in abundance in the area. Palmetto Bay Marina offers great things for individuals, teams, or families. There are many historic tours such as the Heyward House in Bluffton and Gullah Tours in Hilton Head.

Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

The Bluffton Oyster Company sits on reclaimed land, built on over a hundred years of discarded shells from previous shucking operations. The Bluffton Oyster Company remains the last hand shucking house in the state of SC. Scenic views & local oysters. Many great seafood restaurants encompass both Bluffton and Hilton Head. Check out our Facebook page to learn more about and upcoming events.

Smart Tips

Bluffton can be humid and hot in the summer, with an average of six inches of rain per month and temperatures that easily reach into the 100s. Along with our warm summers we generally have cool breezes coming off the ocean to make the heat bearable. Winters are generally mild, with highs in the low 60s and lows near 40 degrees.