Charleston Bed & Breakfast Inns/Hotels
1670 Townhomes, Suites, and Condominiums has joined forces with Abercorn Townhomes, Suites, and Condominiums in offering affordable lodging rates to budget minded travelers to not only Savannah's Landmark Historic District but Charleston’s Historic District as well!
Phone: (866) 690-2074
Charleston Vacation Rentals By Owner was developed with vacation property owners in the Charleston area in mind and their needs as our main focus. Unlike other web sites we are going after this market exclusively as opposed to marketing vacation property rentals all over the world.
Phone: (843) 991-9999
When coming to Charleston, SC, why stay in a bed and breakfast, historic inn or hotel when you can rent your own historic vacation rental home for the same price? This elegant and superbly refurbished historic guest home in a beautiful neighborhood of historic downtown Charleston, SC is available by day, week or month.
Location: 32 Charlotte Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 577-3944
Wonderful carriage house located in Charleston's South of Broad district. 1 bedroom - 1 bath. Upstairs consists of bedroom and bathroom with balcony overlooking garden. The downstairs has a kitchen and living area.
Phone: (843) 568-0595
This privately-owned luxury bed and breakfast is nestled within the urban compound of Charleston’s historic 1825 Edmondston-Alston House, one of the first dwellings constructed along the High Battery facing Charleston Harbor.
Location: 21 East Battery, Charleston
Phone: (843) 556-0500
Among Historic Charleston inns, only Governor's House Inn offers the rare pleasures, aristocratic comforts and romantic grandeur of a pre-Revolution National Landmark combined with legendary Charleston hospitality.
Location: 117 Broad Street, Charleston
Phone: (800) 720-9812
On the Coast of South Carolina, nestled between the surf of the Atlantic Ocean and the sweeping marshes of the mainland, lies a rare vacation paradise called Kiawah Island. Kiawah Island has 10 miles of pristine, sun-swept beach. More beachfront than any individually planned resort community on the Eastern Seaboard.
Location: Kiawah Island
Phone: (843) 224-2788
The John Rutledge House Inn® offers nineteen guest rooms within a complex of three buildings. One may choose between the elegance of rooms and spacious suites in the original grand residence or the charm and seclusion of rooms in the Inn's two carriage houses. Antiques and historically accurate reproductions give each room its own warmth and distinction.
Location: 116 Broad Street, Charleston
Phone: (800) 476-9741
When your eyes fall upon the graceful arches and lush gardens of the exquisite mansion with the celebrated address - Number 2 Meeting Street - you will be thrilled to learn that you have reached your prestigious destination, the city's most enchanting and acclaimed inn. Inside, a comforting fire in the parlor fireplace and the aroma of fresh baked afternoon tea delights make you feel that Two Meeting Street Inn is your home.
Location: 2 Meeting Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 723-7322
The Jasmine House offers luxurious accommodations in a Southern Style. This 1843 Greek Revival mansion is located in the Ansonborough area of historic Charleston. It is within walking distance to the bustling City Market and surrounded by Charleston's finest restaurants, specialty shops and historic sights.
Location: 64 Hasell Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 577-5900
A small, 9-room Charleston, SC Bed and Breakfast inn owned and operated by two artists, the 1837 Bed and Breakfast / Tea Room features open piazzas, rockers, and Southern hospitality. Share and enjoy our intimate accommodations in a circa 1800 cotton planter's home and brick carriage house.
Location: 126 Wentworth Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 723-7166
The Thomas Lamboll House bed and breakfast is located at 19 King Street. It’s a perfect example of how an old Charleston home has weathered and adjusted itself to the changing times of several centuries.
Location: 19 King Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 723-3212
The King George Inn is a 200 year old (circa 1790s) "Charleston Historic House". The House is named the "Peter Freneau House", after a prominent Charleston journalist and co-owner of the Charleston City Gazette.
Location: 32 George Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 723-9339
Positioned on the corner of one of Charleston's most famous streets, The Restoration on King offers guests the newest and finest location for enjoying the charm and treasures of this historic city.
Location: 75 Wentworth Street, Charleston
Phone: (843) 518-5100