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Comfortable Lodging Convenient to Area Attractions

Bob Gillespie Bob Gillespie
Bob is a former sports writer at Columbia’s The State newspaper. He enjoys golf at South Carolina’s 360-plus courses, and after a round, sampling craft beers from the Palmetto State’s breweries.
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Visitors to the greater Charleston area, and the town of Goose Creek in particular, have a wide selection of hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfasts where they can choose to stay. If proximity to Goose Creek and convenience are of foremost importance to you, this trio of reasonably-priced spots will fill the bill.

The Econo Lodge Goose Creek is close to Crowfield Plantation, the area’s favorite golf course, as well as Charleston Southern University. This hotel has a seasonal outdoor pool, free Easy Starts breakfast and Wi-Fi, a business center and guest laundry. Rooms come with cable TV, a microwave oven and small refrigerator.

The Quality Inn Goose Creek is close to Charleston International Airport, Carolina Ice Palace, North Charleston Coliseum and Whirlin’ Waters Adventure Waterpark. Free continental breakfast and Wi-Fi, a seasonal outdoor pool, guest laundry and, for business travelers, a business center with computer access and copy and fax services are part of the package, as well as a free daily newspaper.

Days Inn Goose Creek is convenient to Northwoods Mall and Wannamaker County Park, featuring two miles of paved trails, disc golf and sand volleyball. Rooms include complimentary Wi-Fi, cable TV, desks and coffee makers, as well as complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Enjoy the free continental breakfast, use the business center and laundry facilities, and count on 24-hour service at the front desk. Free parking is also available on-site.

Looking for something different? Nearby Summerville and North Charleston also have plenty of hotels, motels and B&Bs.

Bob Gillespie
Bob is a former sports writer at Columbia’s The State newspaper. He enjoys golf at South Carolina’s 360-plus courses, and after a round, sampling craft beers from the Palmetto State’s breweries.