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Everybody loves Charleston. It seems like every week some publication or another is giving us an accolade. So it’s no surprise that people want to know where they can stay when visiting the Holy City. Whether you’re from out of town or a local looking for a staycation, a bed and breakfast is just the ticked for a perfect getaway. Check out some of the best bed and breakfasts in Charleston!
Two Meeting Street Inn
2 Meeting Street
If you’re looking for a prime location to sit back and enjoy views of the battery, this bed and breakfast, which has been in operation for 70 years, will be right up your alley. Guests rave about the accommodating staff, the grounds, and the feeling of historic Charleston it evokes.
Palmer’s Pinckney Inn
19 Pinckney Street
Located within walking distance to most of downtown Charleston’s sites and attractions, the Palmer Pinckney Inn maintains a quiet charm even though it’s so close to the action. This five-room B&B boasts elegant and comfortable rooms so you can relax between outings.
1837 Bed & Breakfast
126 Wentworth Street
This gem on Wentworth Street offers guests plenty of southern hospitality. When you’re not in your antique appointed room, you can lounge on one of the open piazzas and spend some time in one of their rockers. Breakfast is also an event at 1837, where guests can enjoy gourmet specialties like raspberry stuffed french toast, sausage pie, frittatas, and home-baked bread and sweets.
21 East Battery Bed and Breakfast
21 East Battery
Located in the 1825 Edmondston-Alston House, this getaway has three guest rooms in what used to be the stables, slave quarters, and carriage house. Just steps from the High Battery and within walking distance to restaurants and activities, 21 East Battery is perfect for people who want a more private and exclusive experience in the heart of Charleston’s historic district.
John Rutledge House Inn
116 Broad Street
One of the largest bed and breakfasts in Charleston is also one of the best. The John Rutledge House Inn has 19 gorgeously appointed rooms and suites in a beautifully restored 1763 home. Guests of this historic bed and breakfast will be taken back to Colonial Charleston as they have afternoon tea in the same dining room where presidents and other historic figures have met.
The Governor’s House Inn
117 Broad Street
The former 1760s mansion of Governor Edward Rutledge, the Governor’s House Inn now has been restored to include eleven guest rooms. Guests love the friendly staff and the inn’s location in historic Charleston. You’ll get to know your fellow guests over a scrumptious southern breakfast at a communal dining table. And you can top of your day with evening wine and cheese!