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Gaffney South Carolina Accommodations

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The Gaffney center point is around the area of Cherokee County History Museum and 1 mile southwest of Upstate Carolina Medical Center.

Get ready for big fun in a small town in Gaffney, South Carolina. This little town is known as the Peach Capital of South Carolina, a fact reinforced by its famous water tower known as the "Peachoid" (it looks like a giant peach). You'll also see many roadside peach stands selling peaches, and peach jams, spreads, and pies along the town's highways and byways. This small town of slightly more than 12,500 residents has played an outsized role in United States history, as two major U.S. Revolutionary War battles took place nearby at Kings Mountain and Cowpens. More from this guide...

Gaffney Hotels/Accommodations

Super 8 : 100 Ellis Ferry Ave.
100 Ellis Ferry Ave., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • Two star Airport hotel
  • Free breakfast available
  • AC worked well
  • Great location
Baymont by Wyndham Gaffney in Gaffney 101 Stuard St., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 03:00pm
Quality Inn Gaffney - Gaffney 143 Corona Dr., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • Affordable hotel
  • 2 floors in property
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Econo Lodge : 136 Peachoid Rd. 136 Peachoid Rd., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • 2-star Highway hotel
  • 2 floors in property
Sleep Inn : 834 Windslow Ave. 834 Windslow Ave., Gaffney, SC 29341 Website
  • Midscale Suburban property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
  • Great service
  • Ordinary amenities
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Red Roof Inn Gaffney 132 New Painter Dr., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • Cheap hotel
  • 2 floors in hotel
Hampton Inn Gaffney - Gaffney 115 Nancy Creek Rd., Gaffney, SC 29341
  • Affordable Highway property
  • Free breakfast available
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Americinn Boiling Springs / Gardner Webb University 428 East College Ave., Boiling Springs, NC 28017 ~12.22 miles north of Gaffney
  • 2-star property
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Holiday Inn Express & Suites Spartanburg North : 161 Sha Lane 161 Sha Lane, Spartanburg, SC 29307 ~14.34 miles west of Gaffney
  • 3 star Rural hotel
  • 91 rooms in property
  • Near highway
  • Friendly desk clerks
Hampton Inn Spartanburg North 121 Traveller Dr., Spartanburg, SC 29303 ~14.43 miles west of Gaffney
  • Three Star Suburban property
  • Hotel has 86 rooms
  • Great reception
  • Bad desserts & fruits
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Americas Best Value Inn 825 West Dixon Blvd., Shelby, NC 28152 ~15.53 miles north of Gaffney
  • Low-priced property
  • 2 floors in hotel
  • Very little continental breakfast
  • Wonderful staff
Value Place - Shelby
1010 Sue Lane, Shelby, NC 28150 ~15.62 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Cheap Downtown hotel
  • Check-in: 3:00pm
  • Average cleanliness
  • Good value
Woodspring Suites Charlotte (Shelby) 1010 Sue Lane, Shelby, NC 28152 ~15.62 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • 2 star Suburban hotel
  • 105 rooms in property
  • A/C worked great
  • Room cleanliness is acceptable
Affordable Suites Shelby - Shelby 920 Grove St., Shelby, NC 28150 ~15.77 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Three Star property
  • Hotel has 33 rooms
Days Inn Shelby : 1431 West Dixon Blvd.
1431 West Dixon Blvd., Shelby, NC 28152 ~15.79 miles north of Gaffney
  • Cheap Suburban property
  • Free breakfast
Super 8 in Shelby 1716 E.dixon Blvd., Shelby, NC 28152 ~16.15 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Cheap hotel
  • Check in: 13:00
  • Most guests thought they were poorly maintained
  • Most guests found the staff to be friendly enough
Super 8 by Wyndham Shelby - Shelby
1716 East Dixon Blvd. (Hwy 74), Shelby, NC 28152 ~16.17 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Economical property
Comfort Inn : 2012 East Marion St. 2012 East Marion St., Shelby, NC 28150 ~16.56 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Cheap Suburban hotel
  • Check-in: 11:00
Country Inn & Suites in Shelby 2001 a East Dixon Blvd., Shelby, NC 28152 ~16.57 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • 2-star Highway property
  • 2 floors in hotel
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Hampton Inn & Suites Shelby - Shelby 2001 B East Dixon Blvd., Shelby, NC 28152 ~16.62 miles northeast of Gaffney
  • Affordable Highway hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00
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College Inn Spartanburg in Spartanburg 491 East Main St., Spartanburg, SC 29302 ~17.32 miles west of Gaffney
  • Three Star property
  • 45 rooms in hotel
Best Western Plus Spartanburg 125 Sloane Garden Rd., Spartanburg, SC 29316 ~17.75 miles west of Gaffney
  • Two star Airport property
  • Access to gym on-site
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Comfort Inn & Suites 154 Candlenut Ln, Spartanburg, SC 29316 ~17.83 miles west of Gaffney
  • Two-star Highway hotel
  • Fitness / Gym is on-site
  • Plenty of restaurants
  • Rooms are ok
Spartanburg Marriott - Spartanburg 299 North Church St., Spartanburg, SC 29306 ~18.04 miles west of Gaffney
  • Four-star property
  • 247 rooms in hotel
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Days Inn by Wyndham Spartanburg
115 Rogers Commerce Blvd., Spartanburg, SC 29316 ~18.12 miles west of Gaffney
  • Low Cost property
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Gaffney began when Irish immigrant Michel A. Gaffney founded a tavern and inn at "Gaffney's Cross Roads." The budding town was strategically located at a crossroads of two major routes, one connecting the North Carolina mountains to Charleston, and the other connecting Charlotte to Atlanta.

Today, you can access Gaffney by Interstate 85, and the city lies roughly equidistant from Greenville, South Carolina, and Charlotte, North Carolina. You can fly into Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport or Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

This ease of access makes Gaffney an ideal stopping spot for business travelers visiting major regional cities, including Spartanburg, South Carolina, about 20 miles away. It's also a great place to stop if you're planning to check out multiple area attractions, whether heading to Charlotte for its museums or to Carowinds theme park. Stop into Greenville, South Carolina, to check out Falls Park or head to the BMW Zentrum Museum where you can see classic BMW models and tour the manufacturing plant.

The Gaffney Outlet Marketplace is one of Gaffney's largest attractions, located within sight of Interstate 85 at exit 90. From housewares and clothing to shoes, electronics, fragrances, and accessories, you can get lost strolling and shopping the 75 outdoor outlet shops all day. The outlets are open seven days a week. If you are looking for a one-stop shop for family clothing, head over to Hamrick's across the street. End your day with a quick bite at the food court or go next door to Fatz, beloved for its specialty calabash shrimp and chicken, or across the interstate for diner fare at Pete's of Gaffney.

Drive beyond the interstate to historic downtown if you're seeking a real small-town Southern experience off the beaten path. Stop into Con Cafe II for a cup of coffee and spend some time browsing locally sourced antiques at Pieces from the Past and the Broad River Shops. Hartzog's offers quaint contemporary curios, gifts, and accessories.

Nothing is more Southern than a classic "meat and three," a home-cooked meal featuring your choice of main entree with savory sides. In the South, of course, banana pudding or peach cobbler counts as a legitimate vegetable side, so make it count while you can. The cobbler showcases Gaffney's famous peaches in all their baked glory at Harold's Restaurant.

Other local favorite eating establishments include Sunny's Donuts, Colonial Fish Camp, and GrandDaddy's BBQ. If you've never been to Waffle House, you must stop at this cult-favorite roadside restaurant for chopped and smothered hash browns or pecan waffles.

If you're seeking entertainment, try to solve a mystery at Holmes and Watson Escape rooms, or check out the latest local production at the Gaffney Little Theatre. Head to Capri Theatre to catch local and traveling music acts in historic downtown Gaffney.

Small town Gaffney will surprise you with the breadth of its offerings. From battlefields to outlet malls, and fresh peaches and down-home diners to antiquing, you'll find that Gaffney offers many satisfying and authentic Southern experiences.

When to Visit Gaffney, South Carolina

Gaffney's Southern climate makes for hot, humid summers, and cold, wet winters. If you plan on visiting the battlefields, consider late August through early October. Given the warm temperatures, the leaves don't start to change colors until October, but the wait is worth it. A visit to the Kings Mountain National Military Park is better when you're surrounded by gorgeous autumn leaves.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Gaffney, SC:

seasonality of hotel rates in Gaffney

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Below are 3 charts displaying average price trends by star rating class in Gaffney, SC. Analyze these line graphs to evaluate the least expensive dates to book a room in Gaffney for your upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotels Near Gaffney, SC

4 Star Average Prices: $139.45

Head over to Spartanburg, a little less than 20 miles down the road from Gaffney, for an excellent stay in the heart of "Hub City." The Spartanburg Marriott is a luxury hotel conveniently located to Interstate 85 and Wofford College. This gorgeous property has the charm of an oversized Southern mansion, from its sprawling portico with lounge seating to its green lawns and outdoor pool and spa tub. Inside, arched hallways painted with delicate cloud motifs are strung with lanterns, which continues the welcoming, classical effect.

Each guest room offers a refrigerator and smart television, as well as a cozy pillow-top bed and premium bedding. You'll also enjoy free wireless internet access throughout your stay. Dine on the property at Sparks (one of three on-site restaurants), visit the cafe, or indulge in room service during select hours. Wake up to a buffet breakfast for a surcharge.

Budget Hotels in Gaffney, SC

3 Star Average Prices: $100.94

The Quality Inn in Gaffney offers some of the most competitive and affordable rates among budget hotels in Gaffney. When you check into your room at this budget hotel, you'll be pleased to see a refrigerator and microwave to help you save more money on light meals and snacks versus dining out. You can also make your own cup of coffee or tea using the in-room coffee maker.

Daily housekeeping keeps everything tidy throughout your stay, and the free daily breakfast buffet will make sure you're energized for a day at the outlet malls or exploring the historic battlefields in the area.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Gaffney

2 Star Average Prices: $70.03

Which Gaffney hotels have real discounts?

For the best hotels in Gaffney, check into Baymont by Wyndham Gaffney if you want a hotel near the Gaffney Premium Outlets and Cowpens National Battlefield that also offers excellent hotel discounts. If you're a AAA member or planning a long stay, you'll get better discounts on already low nightly rates. Your pets are also welcome at the Baymont by Wyndham Gaffney.

This roadside hotel welcomes you to air-conditioned rooms with refrigerators, flat-screen televisions with satellite programming, and pillow-top beds. You can stay connected throughout your stay thanks to complimentary wireless internet access.

The Baymont by Wyndham Gaffney also offers excellent amenities that will exceed your expectations, including an outdoor pool with lounge chairs and umbrellas, a picnic and barbecue area, and a fitness center. You'll also wake up to a free continental breakfast each day.

Best Value Hotels in Gaffney, SC

The Hampton Inn Gaffney offers an all-around value, from its welcoming guest rooms to numerous property amenities. Rooms include refrigerators and microwaves, 37-inch televisions with cable programming, and complimentary wireless internet access. You'll also enjoy complimentary toiletries, access to your own coffee and tea maker, and free local calls.

Guests love the Hampton Inn's seasonal outdoor pool, which offers a welcome respite from the hot Southern sun during the summer. Business travelers return to the Hampton Inn time and again because the hotel offers a 24-hour business center and ample event and meeting space.

For another budget option, consider the Sleep Inn Gaffney. This hotel's warm welcome will envelop you immediately, from the friendly staff at the front desk to the cheerful, contemporary design of the lofted lobby.

You'll enjoy free wireless internet service throughout your stay, as well as access to the outdoor pool and fitness center, and an impressive, complimentary hot and cold breakfast daily.

Follow in the Footsteps of History in Gaffney, South Carolina's Parks

Stop into the Gaffney Visitors Center and Art Gallery to pick up your Revolutionary War Trail Guide and get info on the three national parks in the area. First, follow the path of American Revolutionary history on The Overmountain Victory National Historic Trail. The 330-mile trail took frontier militiamen across Appalachia in 1780 to meet the South Carolina Patriots, and today, the trail takes you through historic downtown Gaffney to Kings Mountain National Military Park. The Patriots decisively beat the Loyalists at Kings Mountain, ultimately turning the tide of the American Revolutionary War.

From Gaffney, drive along Cherokee Foothills National Scenic Byway (South Carolina Highway 11) to Cowpens National Battlefield, where American Patriots led by Daniel Morgan routed British-led forces in 1781. Come in January for an annual event which commemorates the battle with living history demonstrations and encampment. The battlefield also celebrates Independence Day with fireworks and activities.

If your interest lies more in the American Civil War, visit the Winnie Davis Hall of History at Limestone College. This gorgeous building houses a repository of important Civil War papers and artifacts and is named after U.S. Confederate President Jefferson Davis' daughter, Winnie Davis. For more fascinating local history, visit the Michael Gaffney Home and the Cherokee County History and Arts Museum.

Beyond the national parks, the playgrounds and picnic shelters of Gaffney's five local parks offer free entertainment throughout the year. Head over to Thomson Park with your tennis racquets for an afternoon working on your serve, or take an afternoon stroll on the walking paths at Joe Dean Knuckles and McCluney parks.

Whether you are in search of delicious fresh peaches, a great deal at the outlets, or the trails of American history, you'll find these authentic experiences and more in Gaffney, South Carolina.

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