The Dream B&B for Cyclists

Recently, Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine featured an article highlighting Swamp Rabbit Inn’s amenities and offerings for traveling cyclists. Swamp Rabbit Inn was founded by Wendy Lynam, a cyclists, and continues to cater to the needs of guests who want to explore and travel by bike. A traveling cyclists has different needs and desires than the typical B&B guest, and Swamp Rabbit Inn recognizes that.

“Diverse riding experiences, a mild climate, and the unique southern-mountain flavor make upstate South Carolina a must-visit biking destination. Ride the quiet country roads, scale the epic climbs, bomb down the thunderous Paris Mountain State Park, or keep it fun at the Gateway Park skills course. Prefer a slower pace? Take a relaxing pedal down the Swamp Rabbit Trail, a 22-mile paved greenway trail connecting downtown Greenville with Travelers Rest, South Carolina.”

Read the entire article at Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.

How To Mountain Bike the Upstate of South Carolina by Pink Bike

Mountain Bike Upstate of South CarolinaWe were pleased to host Pink Bike writer, Brice Shirbach, to check out the mountain bike scene in the Upstate of South Carolina. Check out this great overview ...

East Bound and Down: Upstate South Carolina - Pinkbike

For the first time in the rich and storied history of this series (See: hyperbolic), there isn't a singular focus on any specific city for this particular story. I spent a week in a town called Travelers Rest, South Carolina, a community of roughly 5,000 souls located in Greenville County.

Book your stay at any of our properties in Greenville or Travelers Rest, SC #bikeinnbikeout

All Inn - Downtown Greenville Swamp Rabbit Inn Featured in Town Magazine

Wendy Lynam Owner of Swamp Rabbit Inn and Properties in downtown Greenville SC Thanks for the interview Town Magazine!  Come stay at our unique hotel alternative in downtown Greenville, SC.


All Inn - TOWN Carolina

In 2014, Wendy Lynam, a mother of three with little experience in hospitality management, opened the delightful six-bedroom lodging that is Swamp Rabbit Inn. Located in the West End of downtown Greenville, just two blocks from the Swamp Rabbit Trail, the inn has become a hub for tourists, business travelers, wedding parties, cycling groups, and families.

Great Mention By Money Magazine - Check Out April

We were thrilled to have the Swamp Rabbit Inn mentioned in this recent article in Money Magazine. Check out April!

12 Great Places to Go In 2017 - and How to Do Them on a Budget

MONEY has mapped out the best deals for a year of adventures, including Sonoma, Calif.; Hawaii; Vermont's Lake Champlain; and Buenos Aires.

Book your stay at the Swamp Rabbit Inn today! #bikeinnbikeout #yeahTHATgreenville

"We Hit The Road" Bloggers NYCtoNashville Stopped in Greenville and Paid Us a Visit at the Swamp Rabbit Inn

From the minute we met Sarah (@nycfoodiefinder, food blogger) and Maya (@mojalvo, film producer) we felt a magical bond.  Here is a recap of their visit with us on their NYCtoNashville Southern Road Trip detour through Greenville, SC and their time at the Swamp Rabbit Inn.  We love their style and spirt!  Also pictured in the video is Reedy River Farms and Swamp Rabbit Cafe and Grocery in Greenville, SC.

Review of "Cycling Greenville SC" Guidebook by Biking in the Upstate Blogger

Thank you to blogger Tanya DeOliveira of Biking In The Upstate for this review of "Cycling Greenville SC" guidebook: Click here to read full review

Here is a snippet of the review ... Monday, February 23, 2015

Book Review: Cycling Greenville South Carolina I'm ready for spring! What about you? No better way to shake off the cold winter by dreaming and preparing for the spring riding season. And there's a book out about cycling - road, mountain and recreational - that you will want to put on your must read list!

As I mentioned in a recent post, I had the opportunity to read the book Cycling Greenville South Carolina. Wendy Lynam, local cyclist, owner of the Swamp Rabbit Inn and Greenville entrepreneur, wrote this book because the Greenville area lacked a bicycle-riding tour book. Book available locally and online.

This book is an easy to read and navigate paperback that will have you planning the next group and solo rides in Greenville County and the surrounding area. I consider myself a dreamer when it comes to long distance rides, and this book has me inspired to take on new, longer and challenging routes.

Read the full review here.