7 Historic Charleston Homes You Can Actually Sleep In

7 Historic Charleston Homes You Can Actually Sleep In

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One way to truly capture the spirit of Charleston’s deep-rooted history is to check in to one of our historic inns. Antique furnishings, four-poster beds, oasis-like courtyards and wood-burning fireplaces abound in these beautiful historic homes. One such property was once home to a signer of the United States Constitution and now serves as both a national historic landmark and inn. Scroll on to discover 7 historic homes that you can actually sleep in, including John Rutledge House Inn, Wentworth Mansion, Barksdale House Inn, Elliott House Inn, 86 Cannon, Zero George Street and The Governor’s House Inn.

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