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When we checked in, the lady at the desk was so busy she turned around and started talking to someone else that was having an issue with some thing and forgot that we were standing at the counter for about five minutes until someone else came over to the counter. My daughter really wanted to go here for her birthday, we booked a room with two beds that were supposed to be queen-size and when we checked in she said there was only one room left that was a king size bed or we could have two twin beds. We got no money back because it should’ve been at a lower cost. Also, she was in the process of telling us we needed to sign different paperwork for the other room right before she walked off and never had us actually sign that paperwork. She told me to come back in the morning to sign it but when I went back in the morning there was a note on a box that said key drop off and no one was there to check us out. There was some type of party that lasted right outside of our window on the deck until midnight. After that, all we could hear was the employees scraping the tables and chairs around for another 30 minutes and talking loudly at our window. The floors were absolutely disgusting. Underneath both beds there was so much dust and two random pictures hidden under the beds. The bathtub was not clean and there was hair in the bathroom sink. So I guess what we like the best was the place had cable TV.

I love the old style building, the original structure. Beautiful!

My wife and/or I have stayed here three different weekends out of the last six weekends. The check in staff was great as always room was great. However, the restaurant let me down. Was talking to the receptionist. Said I was going to give the restaurant a try since it didn't appear busy for a Friday night and it was cold outside. She shows me the sign for the daily special. Walk into the restaurant and ask if it was ok to sit at the bar. They said sure, so I sat next to a couple that was eating. I asked for a menu and was promptly handed one and he took my drink order. He says they're out of sweet tea and asked the server to get more when she goes to pick up a food order. 10 minutes later, still no tea and my food order still hasn't been taken. A group of three sits next to me and gives drink order and gets them while I'm waiting for my tea. A single guy walks in, gives his drink order. I'm STILL waiting for my drink and my food order STILL not taken. After at LEAST 15 minutes she shows up with tea. The single guy gives her his food order. That's when I put my money down for the tea and walked out. I stopped and complained to the receptionist and walked down the street to the Mexican place. Will stay there again, not sure if I'll ever try the restaurant again.

Within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. A very unique hotel that takes you bake 100 years, but with the amenities of today. The staff was far beyond friendly and helpful! A 15 minute drive to Erskine College.

The employees were so nice and helpful including the restauranr staff (and the grilled chicken was tender and juicy). I couldn't believe there were real antiques in the room, from furniture to fixtures to the doors. The floors were real wood, no linoleum in this hotel. The lobbies and dining rooms were appointed as if in a mansion. The breakfast offered plenty of choices and the cozy atmosphere led to great convrrsations with the other guests. Some were frequent visitors, and I also plan to stay at the Belmont again, too.

We had a great time in Abbeville, and that included a 1-night stay at the Belmont Inn. Overall, we liked the hotel and would have it at the top of our list for future overnight trips to Abbeville. The hotel is old and could use some sprucing up in some aspects, to include some basic modern amenities. The floor in our room slanted significantly, so we felt like we were leaning the entire time we were in our room. The bathroom door got stuck several times. The shower was also unusual with a device I've never seen before to force the water into the shower head instead of coming out of the faucet. Doors use a traditional lock and key instead of a key card (might be a plus for those looking for charm). We also noticed a bit of water on the floor in our room upon returning after a rain. We don't know if the water came from a roof leak or the air conditioning unit in the same general area. The bed was high but pretty comfortable and we had quite a selection of channels on TV. Rooms are accessible through stairs or an elevator. There are old newspaper clippings featuring the hotel and Abbeville on hallway walls. The free breakfast was very basic and included options such as instant oatmeal, apples, oranges, yogurt, waffles, bagels and cereal. Beverages include coffee and juice. We really enjoyed our dinner at Tinkers Alley, which is inside the hotel, but open to the public. The food was absolutely delicious and at a pretty good price, too!

A very quiet, comfortable, and relaxing place. Loved the decorating with antiques, very homey. Staff was very friendly and helpful, obviously proud of the hotel and the area. The room was very comfortable and roomy. The evening buffet had very good food. The location on the town square was nice.....pleasant to walk around the area. Especially loved the shop with handmade soaps and lotions. Several nice places to eat and relax. Will be returning next year.

If you life stepping back in time, this is the place for you. It is like stepping back 50 years or more. There are no phones in the rooms. The rooms are a nice size with original hardwood floors. The bathrooms have been updated. The breakfast is certainly continental. The coffee was good. It is a very quiet hotel right on the town square of Abbeville. If you are going to a play at the Opera House, it is just across the street from the hotel.

This is not a modern chain motel. This neat and clean hotel features great options in the motel for eating or a refreshing cocktail. There are plenty of dining experiences close by also. This motel replicates a time past by... Overall it was a good experience.

APPARENTLY HOTEL WAS SO CALLED PET FRIENDLY AS ROOM NEXT DOOR HAD DOG THAT BARKED PERIODICALLY. NOT A PLEASANT WAY TO WAKE UP. DON'T KNOW IF ROOM I WAS IN HAD BEEN PREVIOUSLY USED FOR PETS. TRASH WAS NOT TAKEN DAILY NOR WAS FLOOR SWEPT. FOUND COCKROACH IN ROOM AND WAS TOLD THIS IS COMMON BUT SHE WOULD SEE WHAT THEY COULD DO.

East Pickens St Abbeville SC

Hotel highlights

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Free parking
  • Onsite dining

The Belmont Inn by OYO places you next to Abbeville Opera House and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Trinity Episcopal Church. This 25-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and free self parking.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant or get an energy boost at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

The Belmont Inn by OYO's 25 air-conditioned rooms provide free newspapers and desks. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets.


Property features

Guests of The Belmont Inn by OYO enjoy karaoke, free WiFi in public areas, and a meeting room. Free parking is included with your stay. Additional amenities include free newspapers, a communal living room, and a vending machine.

Room options

Room, 2 Double Beds

2 Double Beds | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 Queen Bed

1 Queen Bed | Sleeps 2

Premium Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for The Belmont Inn by OYO

Everyone (4) Couples (1) Family (6)
2
Family

When we checked in, the lady at the desk was so busy she turned around and started talking to someone else that was having an issue with some thing and forgot that we were standing at the counter for about five minutes until someone else came over to the counter. My daughter really wanted to go here for her birthday, we booked a room with two beds that were supposed to be queen-size and when we checked in she said there was only one room left that was a king size bed or we could have two twin beds. We got no money back because it should’ve been at a lower cost. Also, she was in the process of telling us we needed to sign different paperwork for the other room right before she walked off and never had us actually sign that paperwork. She told me to come back in the morning to sign it but when I went back in the morning there was a note on a box that said key drop off and no one was there to check us out. There was some type of party that lasted right outside of our window on the deck until midnight. After that, all we could hear was the employees scraping the tables and chairs around for another 30 minutes and talking loudly at our window. The floors were absolutely disgusting. Underneath both beds there was so much dust and two random pictures hidden under the beds. The bathtub was not clean and there was hair in the bathroom sink. So I guess what we like the best was the place had cable TV.

By , from SC on Oct 27, 2020

Review comment responded on Oct 28, 2020

Sorry for the unpleasant experience you had with us. Thank you for sharing the feedback, we are using this as an opportunity to escalate the matter with the relevant team. We assure you that your next experience will be a memorable one. Regards, Alex

5
Family

I love the old style building, the original structure. Beautiful!

By , from Fayetteville (Atlanta) Georgia on Mar 15, 2020

Review comment responded on Mar 15, 2020

Thanks for the love, Your review made our day. We hope to amaze you consistently with our services. Regards, Jose

4
Family

My wife and/or I have stayed here three different weekends out of the last six weekends. The check in staff was great as always room was great. However, the restaurant let me down. Was talking to the receptionist. Said I was going to give the restaurant a try since it didn't appear busy for a Friday night and it was cold outside. She shows me the sign for the daily special. Walk into the restaurant and ask if it was ok to sit at the bar. They said sure, so I sat next to a couple that was eating. I asked for a menu and was promptly handed one and he took my drink order. He says they're out of sweet tea and asked the server to get more when she goes to pick up a food order. 10 minutes later, still no tea and my food order still hasn't been taken. A group of three sits next to me and gives drink order and gets them while I'm waiting for my tea. A single guy walks in, gives his drink order. I'm STILL waiting for my drink and my food order STILL not taken. After at LEAST 15 minutes she shows up with tea. The single guy gives her his food order. That's when I put my money down for the tea and walked out. I stopped and complained to the receptionist and walked down the street to the Mexican place. Will stay there again, not sure if I'll ever try the restaurant again.

By , from Atlanta on Mar 8, 2020

Review comment responded on Mar 8, 2020

Thank you so much for the positive rating, Mike! Thank you for sharing this with us, we have duly noted your feedback and we will strive for a better experience in the future. Regards, Jake

5
Family Family

Within walking distance of restaurants and shopping. A very unique hotel that takes you bake 100 years, but with the amenities of today. The staff was far beyond friendly and helpful! A 15 minute drive to Erskine College.

By , from Fayetteville, Georgia on Feb 3, 2020

Review comment responded on Feb 4, 2020

Thank you for rating us super, Michael! Delighted to know you liked our services. Hope to welcome you again soon:) Regards, Cheshta

5
Family

The employees were so nice and helpful including the restauranr staff (and the grilled chicken was tender and juicy). I couldn't believe there were real antiques in the room, from furniture to fixtures to the doors. The floors were real wood, no linoleum in this hotel. The lobbies and dining rooms were appointed as if in a mansion. The breakfast offered plenty of choices and the cozy atmosphere led to great convrrsations with the other guests. Some were frequent visitors, and I also plan to stay at the Belmont again, too.

By , from Morriston, FL on Sep 20, 2019

Review comment responded on Sep 20, 2019

Thank you for your accolades! It was our pleasure to serve you! It means the world to us to receive positive feedback. Please visit us again soon.

4

hotel fits abbeville's charming appeal

Couples

We had a great time in Abbeville, and that included a 1-night stay at the Belmont Inn. Overall, we liked the hotel and would have it at the top of our list for future overnight trips to Abbeville. The hotel is old and could use some sprucing up in some aspects, to include some basic modern amenities. The floor in our room slanted significantly, so we felt like we were leaning the entire time we were in our room. The bathroom door got stuck several times. The shower was also unusual with a device I've never seen before to force the water into the shower head instead of coming out of the faucet. Doors use a traditional lock and key instead of a key card (might be a plus for those looking for charm). We also noticed a bit of water on the floor in our room upon returning after a rain. We don't know if the water came from a roof leak or the air conditioning unit in the same general area. The bed was high but pretty comfortable and we had quite a selection of channels on TV. Rooms are accessible through stairs or an elevator. There are old newspaper clippings featuring the hotel and Abbeville on hallway walls. The free breakfast was very basic and included options such as instant oatmeal, apples, oranges, yogurt, waffles, bagels and cereal. Beverages include coffee and juice. We really enjoyed our dinner at Tinkers Alley, which is inside the hotel, but open to the public. The food was absolutely delicious and at a pretty good price, too!

By on Sep 25, 2017

Review comment responded on Oct 15, 2017

We so appreciate your review As you stated the Inn is 114 years old and the floors and doors are original which does cause some unusual opportunities. We are a large Bed and Breakfast and not Holiday Inn I'm not sure what modern amenities you were missing as we have complimentary High Speed Wi Fi, and yes our continental is basic but so far you can get filled up to start your day.

5

great place to get away.

Everyone

A very quiet, comfortable, and relaxing place. Loved the decorating with antiques, very homey. Staff was very friendly and helpful, obviously proud of the hotel and the area. The room was very comfortable and roomy. The evening buffet had very good food. The location on the town square was nice.....pleasant to walk around the area. Especially loved the shop with handmade soaps and lotions. Several nice places to eat and relax. Will be returning next year.

By , from Virginia on Aug 23, 2017

Review comment responded on Aug 27, 2017

Thank you for staying with us It's great to hear you made it to Breezy Quarters for her soaps and lotions We have found all of our guests like having her soaps in our rooms We thank you for coming and checking Abbeville out

4

very nostalgic hotel

Everyone

If you life stepping back in time, this is the place for you. It is like stepping back 50 years or more. There are no phones in the rooms. The rooms are a nice size with original hardwood floors. The bathrooms have been updated. The breakfast is certainly continental. The coffee was good. It is a very quiet hotel right on the town square of Abbeville. If you are going to a play at the Opera House, it is just across the street from the hotel.

By , from Sumter, SC on Nov 6, 2016

Review comment responded on Nov 19, 2016

thank you for choosing The Belmont ~ The Inn is 113 years old and is stepping back in time. We are currently and actively updating the rooms and addressing shelving in all areas We thank you for taking the time to post

5

historic hotel in a quaint town

Everyone

This is not a modern chain motel. This neat and clean hotel features great options in the motel for eating or a refreshing cocktail. There are plenty of dining experiences close by also. This motel replicates a time past by... Overall it was a good experience.

By on Jul 18, 2016

Review comment responded on Apr 19, 2021

Thank you so so much for staying with us and taking the time to review us. We strive to make your stay as memorable as possible Its guests like you that keep us going

3

1

Everyone

APPARENTLY HOTEL WAS SO CALLED PET FRIENDLY AS ROOM NEXT DOOR HAD DOG THAT BARKED PERIODICALLY. NOT A PLEASANT WAY TO WAKE UP. DON'T KNOW IF ROOM I WAS IN HAD BEEN PREVIOUSLY USED FOR PETS. TRASH WAS NOT TAKEN DAILY NOR WAS FLOOR SWEPT. FOUND COCKROACH IN ROOM AND WAS TOLD THIS IS COMMON BUT SHE WOULD SEE WHAT THEY COULD DO.

By on Apr 13, 2016

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