French Quarter Inn
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As a guest in one of our many charming B&Bs, you may find yourself relaxing in the warmth of a 1870's carriage house or sipping a glass of sweet tea on the piazza of a famous Federal style home. Regardless of which inn you choose, one thing is certain, you'll find Innkeepers who will pamper and spoil you.
A luxurious, historic Home. Elegant Small Hotels says: “This is definitely the right spot for a gracious, relaxing, European-style getaway south of the Mason-Dixon line."
One of Southern Living's “Best Places to Stay in Charleston” feature a living-room, kitchen & porch in each 2 bedroom cottage, water front only steps from the water's edge.
Newly Reimagined On the Charleston Harbor
Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, a signer of the US Constitution, this inn is a living landmark featuring breakfast, afternoon tea and hors d'oeuvres, and evening cordials.
Circa 1798, this Charleston, SC historic inn is a three-story Federal-style single house accompanied by a two-story carriage house. Located in historic downtown.
This privately owned bed & breakfast in what was once the stables, carriage house and slave quarters of Charleston's historic 1825 Edmondston-Alston House. Newly refurbished.
The Barksdale House Inn, built in 1778, is your home away from home while exploring the City of Charleston. Inn offers 14 uniquely decorated rooms and complimentary breakfast.
Parson Inn is a boutique home in the heart of Charleston, SC. It boasts the charming architecture of Charleston and is one block from MUSC and a quick walk to King St.
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