Vendor Spotlight: Swamp Rabbit Inn

Are you planning to visit Greenville, SC, but want to live like a local?

Swamp Rabbit Inn is the cutest, renovated B&B style inns to experience the restaurants, bars, and local attractions. The inn is within walking distance to downtown, so you can bike, walk or enjoy the views from the front porch.

If you and your guests are attending a wedding at The Old Cigar Warehouse, or are visiting a venue along downtown Main Street, The Swamp Rabbitt Inn provides a cozy, hotel alternative that is one block away from our venue. If you decide you want a room to yourself or a house for the family, both options are catered to your needs. The inn sleeps 16 people with separate rooms and shared bathrooms. Plus, they offer other properties that accommodate to different group sizes for weddings, meetings or other events.

As the Swamp Rabbit Inn states on their website, “this is not a grandma B&B.” They are a modern bed and breakfast with a unique Greenville twist.  The community living room offers a funky gathering room where you can cook up a meal from the full stocked fridge or grab from the continental breakfast. As an added bonus, you can meet others who are also staying at the Swamp Rabbit Inn!

While staying in The Swamp Rabbit Inn, you can access unique restaurants, breweries, and shops in the surrounding community. Be sure to check out the Bike Shed to rent a bike and take a ride on the Swamp Rabbit Trail – a 19.9 mile non-motorized route that runs along the Reedy River with parks and water stops along the way.


No matter what your reasoning for a stay at The Swamp Rabbit Inn, the Innkeeper, Wendy Lynam, will provide the best customer service to her guests. Her passion for meeting new visitors has channeled into this unique way of accommodations for downtown.

There are plenty of things to do, see and eat, so check out Swamp Rabbit Inn’s recommended lists of to-dos in Greenville, SC.

For more ideas on things to do, see, and places to eat, check out The Swamp Rabbit Inn’s Pinterest Board or visit their website to view details on room accommodations. If you’ve stayed at the inn, or if you have any other recommendations for new visitors, leave us a comment below!


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Vendor Spotlight: Renee Burroughs Design


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