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Charming Inns of Charleston Check In

From checking in to exploring around and dining out, Charleston has something special for everyone in the family, and these charming inns are no exception.


Baby Boomers: Wentworth Mansion

Gen X: Kings Courtyard Inn

Wake up and enjoy a cup of coffee while reading the newspaper in this hidden courtyard. Kings Courtyard Inn charms visitors with its lush garden setting and warm Southern hospitality. Not only is the inn located within walking distance of Charleston's historic homes, gardens and churches, but is just one block away from the bustling Charleston City Market.

Millennials: John Rutledge House Inn

The John Rutledge House Inn is the only home of a signer of the United States Constitution that now serves as both a living national historic landmark as well as an inn! Built in 1763, the inn blends its original features with incredible amenities. Plus, it's adorned in beautiful blooms in the spring months. #Winning

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Charming Inns of Charleston Explore Around

Fill your days with art, attractions and adventure in Charleston and please everyone in your party!


Baby Boomers: Art

Begin and end your day exploring the arts. Start your morning at The Gibbes Museum of Art, which houses more than 10,000 works of Southern art, and close out your evening with Charleston Stage during a show at America's first permanent playhouse, the Dock Street Theatre.

Gen X: Attractions

Sail to the site of the first shot in the Civil War; take a tour of an antebellum mansion; explore the oldest public gardens in America. Dive deep into the Lowcountry's history via the area's attractions.

Millennials: Adventure

Time to embark on an adventure. Kayak alongside flippered friends, go fish, tee it up or #ExploreCharleston on two wheels. The Lowcountry provides endless opportunities to get moving and exploring!

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Charming Inns of Charleston Dine Out

Time to wine + dine! From rooftops to five-star establishments, you're sure to find your ideal setting to enjoy Charleston's award-winning culinary scene.


Baby Boomers: Circa 1886

Located within the original carriage house of the historic Wentworth Mansion, Circa 1886 evokes romance and old-world charm, and boasts an unexpectedly modern take on classic Lowcountry cuisine.

Gen X: 5Church Charleston

Go for the ambiance, stay for the world-class cuisine. Housed in a former church featuring beautiful stained glass windows, it's a favorite date night spot for locals and visitors alike. INSIDER TIP: Start with the High Wire cocktail and end with the S'mores Brownie dessert.

Millennials: The Watch Rooftop Kitchen & Spirits

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Charming Inns of Charleston Shop

Leave room in your suitcase! From high-end brands to one-of-a-kind boutiques, there are plenty of spots to shop in Charleston.


Baby Boomers: Jewelry

In Charleston, we appreciate well-crafted jewelry. Whether you're looking for Southern pearls or something a little more sparkly, you can find it here in one of the destination's many jewelry shops, including treasure chest Croghan's Jewel Box.

Gen X: Clothing

From Jordan Lash to Hampden, there is no shortage of clothing shopping options in Charleston. Begin your excursion on iconic King Street, which is lined with beautiful boutiques.

Millennials: Specialty Products

Find exactly what you're looking for - or what you didn't know you were looking for - in one of Charleston's specialty shops. Your memories are unique; it's only fitting to find souvenirs that are just as special.