Governor's House Inn

117 Broad ST

Charleston, SC 29401

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Phone: (843) 720-2070

City: Charleston

Region: Coastal & Islands

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Governor's House Inn

The former Governor's mansion (circa 1760) reflects the romantic grandeur of Historic Charleston. Declared a National Historic Landmark, this celebrated Inn features 11 luxury accommodations and elegant living rooms, 9 fireplaces, canopied beds, marble baths, secluded suites and sensational double verandah. Acclaimed "a flawless urban hideaway" by Southern Living, and noted as Charleston's "most sophisticated feel and most glamorous style" by Travel Holiday. Walk to the Battery, Old Market, dinning, tours, and galleries. Free off-street private parking and wireless internet access. Member of Select Registry, Classic Inns of the South, and the SC Bed and Breakfast Association.

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