Clemson Basketball Hotels
Enjoy Some You-Time at an Elegant Clemson Basketball Hotel
Looking for a Hotel near the Clemson Basketball Coliseum? The Pecan Terrace Inn is an elegant hotel in Easley, South Carolina, just a short drive to the Littlejohn Coliseum. The friendly and helpful staff will accommodate all your needs. Enjoy the FREE deluxe breakfast. Our ballroom will accommodate 80 guests for your banquet needs. CALL FOR OUR CLEMSON BASKETBALL SPECIAL!!
The Perfect Clemson Basketball Hotel to Stay
Clemson’s home court is Littlejohn Coliseum and has been the scene of 55 Clemson wins over ranked teams (23 in the Top 10) since 1968, including a victory over #1 Duke back in 1980, a 75–65 victory over #1 North Carolina in 2001, and a 74–47 victory over #3 Duke in 2009. The Clemson basketball programs have won roughly 75% of their games played in Littlejohn, making it one of the ACC’s toughest road venues.
Elegant Bed & Breakfast Hotel
Clemson Basketball Hotels. The Pecan Terrace Inn has more than 2,000 sq. feet of elegant event rooms, first-class service, complimentary Wi-Fi, and event planners ensure success. Catered cuisine, luxurious guestrooms and suites, in a historic estate home and a great location near the downtown Easley shopping, dining and nightlife guarantees that guests always have fun things to do before or after your event.
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An Elegant Bed & Breakfast Hotel near Clemson
The Pecan Terrace Inn offers a great setting for folks who want to see the game but also enjoy some quiet time away from noisy crowds.
The two-story building, a Historical Landmark Bed and Breakfast, sits on an acre of expertly maintained gardens.
And it offers well-appointed rooms and sites with no neighbors, a far cry for crowded chain hotels. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, free deluxe breakfast and first-class treatment. The estate house also can provide catered cuisine and a gracious ballroom that can accommodate gatherings of 10 to 50 people.
Downtown Easley, a short walk away, offers excellent shopping, dining and nightlife.
The Pecan Terrace Inn is an ideal spot for people who want to enjoy a stylish getaway while taking in a basketball game at Clemson University.
The Pecan Terrace Inn, with its welcoming wide porch, is a sophisticated but comfortable bed and breakfast in downtown Easley, S.C., just a short drive from Clemson.
It’s popular with sports fans eager to see Clemson’s basketball team, the Tigers, play at The Littlejohn Coliseum. Clemson’s men’s basketball team will host perennial powerhouse Duke Jan. 14, Wake Forest (Jan. 21) and Syracuse (Jan. 28) in Atlantic Coast Conference action. Other home games this season include Notre Dame (Feb. 9) Louisville (Feb. 15), Florida State (Feb. 29) and Virginia Tech (March 6).
The Lady Tigers home schedule includes Pittsburgh Jan. 11, N.C. State Jan. 30, Boston College Feb. 9, Wake Forest Feb. 13, Miami Feb. 16 and Georgia Tech March 1.
The 9,000-seat coliseum is a great venue for basketball fans, with sight lines from every seat.
Clemson attractions close to Pecan Terrace Inn – Easley, SC
The South Carolina Botanical Garden covers 295 acres of natural landscapes, display gardens, and miles of streams and nature trails, plus a butterfly garden, a wildflower meadow and a 70-acre arboretum.
Fort Hill showcases the history of Clemson University ‘s founding. The home features many original furnishings and artifacts from the Calhoun and Clemson families, major players in the growth of South Carolina.
Hanover House, over 300 years old, was the centerpiece of .a rice plantation. This place has a history of over 300 years. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and displays many artifacts from the 1700s and 1800s.
Pecan Terrace Inn history – Easley, SC
The Pecan Terrace Inn was established in 1905 but by 2016 the city was making plans to remove it.
That’s when longtime local residents David and Lorraine Cox came to the rescue and made their dream of a B&B come true. They combined their passion for history and their knowledge of preservation and decorating to make the inn a wonderful setting.
Make plans now to stay a night or longer. We’d love to see you and share the inn with you.