About The Inn on Turner

At the Inn on Turner we strive to ensure your stay is most comfortable and relaxing.

The recently renovated bed and breakfast boasts transitional coastal decor, luxury linens and exceedingly comfortable pillow top mattresses with fluffy hypo allergenic pillows for an exceptional night’s rest.

Built in 1866, the Gibble-Delamar House is on the historic register in Beaufort.  Updated amenities combine with old Southern charm to provide guests with a relaxing stay.

Upon your arrival you will be greeted warmly, complimentary bottled waters in your room and our full attention to provide any assistance you may need to get settled and begin your seaside experience.

Each morning a gourmet breakfast will be served and each evening a carafe of wine will be put out for your enjoyment with appetizerss! Relax on the upper or lower front porches or take your glass & plate into the garden for the continuous breeze from the Beaufort waterfront.

In addition we also offer an Adventure Kayak Package, delicious boxed lunches that are perfect to take on the ferry for fun in the sun or a day of shelling and dinners upon request.

The Inn on Turner is two blocks from Front Street, an easy stroll to the numerous restaurants, shops and watering holes of this historic coastal town.  With an extensive knowledge of the area, we are happy to provide recommendations for outings, eateries or nightlife in the area.

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Jonathan’s experience in the restaurant industry and Kim’s in event catering ensure a delicious stay for guests. Having lived and traveled in the US and abroad they strive to create a very welcoming and relaxing atmosphere.. Food is a strong focus for us at the Inn on Turner as Jon & Kim ensure each meal is most memorable!

Caring for our guests is top priority at the Inn on Turner.

We look forward to your arrival…..please know we are an eco friendly inn and work diligently to not only “buy local” but to also provide farm to table freshness with everything we serve.

Safe travels,

Kim Bell
Jonathan Haas