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The Inn at Middleton Place

The Inn at Middleton Place Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Inn at Middleton Place is an upscale hotel situated on the historic Middleton Place Plantation with beautiful gardens, landscaped lakes, and a scenic river. The hotel’s 55 rooms have rustic, cabin-like interiors with hardwood floors, wooden shutters framing floor-to-ceiling windows, and wood-burning fireplaces. There’s plenty to do on the property including free tours of the plantation's House Museum and stable yards, and the hotel has a restaurant with an outdoor deck for alfresco dining with a view. The property attracts many couples seeking a peaceful getaway immersed in nature, and the secluded location is about 40 minutes away from historic downtown Charleston. Guests looking for a more central location should consider the Ansonborough Inn, a rustic, mid-range hotel with a small English pub on-site.
Planters Inn

Planters Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Planters Inn is an intimate 64-room, luxury boutique hotel with historic charm and antique-style furnishings. Situated across from Charleston’s City Market, the Planters Inn, part of the Relais & Chateaux chain, is within walking distance of shopping, dining, and sightseeing. Rooms feature hand-carved mahogany beds and custom mattresses, and bathrooms have Italian marble counters. Those looking for more features, such as a pool, may want to consider the nearby Market Pavilion Hotel.
Harbour View Inn

Harbour View Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Harbour View Inn is a historic landmark, and the only waterfront hotel downtown. Original structural elements such as brick walls have been preserved, and the rooms have southern style (four-poster beds and white quilted coverlets). A gorgeous rooftop offers some of the city's best harbor views, and tons of shops, restaurants, and bars are within walking distance. Free extras such as breakfast, Wi-Fi, weekly skyline tours, and treats throughout the day add value, but the hotel lacks a fitness center, pool, and restaurant.
French Quarter Inn

French Quarter Inn Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This stately historic boutique is one of Charleston's best-known hotels, and has plenty of charming southern details (such as a grand wrought-iron staircase) and a location near Historic Downtown's popular tourist sights. Rooms are spacious and have French-inspired decor, and free extras such as breakfast, daily wine and cheese receptions, and freshly baked cookies add value. But there is no pool or fitness center, unlike at the Market Pavilion Hotel.
Zero George Street

Zero George Street Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Perfect for a romantic getaway, Zero George Street is an upscale boutique hotel near Charleston’s Historic District made up of five historic buildings surrounding a picturesque courtyard. The 18 rooms are stylishly appointed with chic furnishings and soft, creamy colors. Foodies are drawn by the culinary offerings which include a renowned restaurant that serves seasonal and local fare as well as a cooking school offering various classes; there's also a delicious free homemade breakfast that includes quiches, granola, and biscuits. Rates can get pretty steep during busy seasons, however, and guests might want to compare rates with The Restoration on King, an upscale hotel with a roof terrace and spacious rooms.
The Jasmine House Inn

The Jasmine House Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Housed in a beautifully renovated mansion dating to 1843, the Jasmine House Inn has all the charm of a B&B and the comfort of an upscale hotel, plus a central location in downtown Charleston. It has 12 large rooms with hardwood floors, 15-foot ceilings, flat-screen TVs and unique decor that might be a bit too much for some (think matching bedspreads and drapes, patterned rugs, and flowal wallpaper). There are a bunch of great freebies, including a continental breakfast, Wi-Fi and evening hors d’oeuvres -- but you’ll have to pay for parking.
Ansonborough Inn

Ansonborough Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Situated on the outskirts of Charleston's historic district, Ansonborough Inn is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel with charming interiors that hark back to its industrial past. This former stationer's warehouse blends rustic details, like exposed brick walls and wooden ceiling beams, with elegant antique pieces. Its 45 rooms are spacious and homey, and some even have fireplaces and soaring 16-foot ceilings, though travelers should note that street-side rooms might pose noise issues. The hotel offers a free breakfast with freshly baked breads and various hot items, as well as a free afternoon cheese and wine reception and cookies throughout the day. There’s also an atmospheric nautical-themed pub on-site, as well as a rooftop terrace and tiny fitness center. Guests who don't mind staying outside of the downtown area should also consider the Inn at Middleton Place, a mid-range hotel on a beautiful former plantation that has an outdoor pool.
Andrew Pinckney Inn

Andrew Pinckney Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 41-room boutique hotel, located within walking distance of Historic District attractions, is housed within two historic buildings dating to the 1860s. Its decor incorporates both traditional Charleston details (such as original brick walls) and West Indies style. The charming rooms, renovated in 2010 and 2011, all have individual decor; some have historic details such as original wood floors. But a few units are very small and lack impressive views. The hotel has few on-site features, but the attractive rooms, convenient location, and multiple freebies make it a good value.
Elliott House Inn

Elliott House Inn Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This quaint, 25-room bed-and-breakfast, housed within a Civil War-era private residence, has an excellent location within the Historic District and competitive rates. Rooms are decorated in traditional style (white quilts, four-poster beds, wood floors), and the property features a large Jacuzzi underneath a shady pergola as well as free breakfast and Wi-Fi. Some rooms are on the small side, however, and amenities are few: The hotel lacks a fitness center, business center, and full restaurant.
Indigo Inn

Indigo Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 40-room property is a real B&B, with quaint, spacious rooms overlooking a lovely courtyard, traditional-style decor (dated for some), and no hotel-style amenities. However, it has a few interesting freebies, including Wi-Fi; breakfast; and afternoon cheese, wine, and fruit. Plus, it's situated in a gorgeous location in the heart of Charleston’s Historic Downtown, within walking distance to major tourist attractions. It is not quite luxurious (though it has some nice touches), but it is definitely charming and cozy, and geared toward those who appreciate a B&B experience.

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  • Folly Beach
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  • Mount Pleasant
  • North Charleston
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  • Air Conditioner
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