The Baymont Inn Manning
South Carolina is located only three blocks from I-95, exit#119, just twenty to forty miles
from Florence, Santee, Lake City and Sumter . So whether you're
planning on spending one or several nights, Baymont Inn Manning
is the select hotel in the Manning I-95 area. We have fifty-one
spacious guestrooms with one king or two queen beds, with
a microwave, refrigerator and in-room coffee/tea maker. Of
course, all our rooms and suites are equipped with hair dryers,
irons, ironing boards, telephones, data ports, 32" televisions
and much more. For any of your special occasions, our Jacuzzi
Suite is the perfect backdrop for relaxing. Fitness center is available.
also available to accommodate the physically impaired. While
visiting our hotel, we invite you to join us each morning
for our deluxe continental breakfast buffet served from 6:00
AM - 9:30 AM. Inviting you to swim, relax or simply read a
great book. For your dining pleasures, several restaurants
are located within one-half mile of the hotel ranging from
our preferred local restaurants to your fast food favorites.
Kingstree, South Carolina: The Baymont Inn Manning
South Carolina is located only just twenty to twenty five miles
from Kingstree. Kingstree is the seat of Williamsburg County and is located in the eastern part of South Carolina on US 52 about halfway between Florence and Charleston. The Black River gently flows on the western side of Kingstree. The famous Colonial Cup horse race in Camden attracts many excited observers from all around our state. Gentlemen, make sure to wear your favorite bow-tie, and ladies wear your favorite hat because South Carolinians always show up in style for the race!
Sumter, South Carolina: Nestled in the heart of the state, the city of Sumter is the seat of Sumter County, South Carolina. Sumter, sc is the perfect combination of small town warmth and city amenities. It celebrates the simple beauty of a stunning rural landscape, of a swan gliding across storied gardens.Swan Lake Iris Gardens is the only public park in the United States with all eight known species of swans and 250 varieties of Japanese Iris. Its clock tower stands sentinel over historic and revitalizing downtown.