Located just across the Cooper River from downtown Charleston, this former 19th century inn features six charming and spacious rooms, private courtyard, a second floor breakfast room and a ground floor tavern and restaurant. Guests will enjoy an "Old Village" ambiance with park benches and fishing pier and parks to watch sailboats and ships go by. Amenities include an expanded Continental breakfast (be sure to try the Pecan Pie Croissants). Staff is friendly and professional. A few steps from the inn are quaint shops and art galleries. This hideaway offers a great escape from the busy city. - Natasha Lawrence
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101 Pitt Street, Mount Pleasant, SC
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