History and modern amenities converge at the Rosemary Inn.
Built in the early twentieth century, the Rosemary Inn and its nearby sister property, the Lookaway Inn, sit atop a hill overlooking North Augusta. Both display the Classical Revival style that was popular in the South at the turn-of-the-(relevant)-century, and both are on the National Register of Historic Places. Californians Kelly and Diana Combs bought the properties in 2009 and have invested not only money, but plenty of sweat as well, in bringing both up to their standards. At the Rosemary Inn, a grand entrance foyer leads to parlors furnished, as are the rooms, in period or period-style pieces. Rich, highly burnished woods reflect warm lighting. Luxurious soft goods invite lingering, and a lavish breakfast, served on fine china, commands attention.