Charleston City Guide

Charleston City Guide

BnBFinderTwo Meeting Street Inn

Have a soft spot for Southern hospitality, sweet tea, and maybe some oysters? Then make sure you add Charleston, SC to the top of your travel bucket list. This beautiful city has triumphed over various natural disasters as well as wars, revolutions, and even pirate encounters. Pretty impressive, right? See and hear these stories come to life as you stroll down the cobbled stone streets visiting the well-preserved plantations, historic homes, vast steeples, high-end restaurants, rustic outdoor cafes, lavish shops and boutiques.

What to Do

  1. A Hole In One: The first place to play golf in America was Charleston, SC, which means playing on their courses will be an experience of a lifetime. Visit Coosaw Creek Golf Course, a member-owned course, where you can enjoy yourself on challenging greens that have numerous trees and wetland obstacles.
  2. Our Story Starts Here: See America’s first museum, The Charleston Museum, where you can learn about the South Carolina Lowcountry through their notable exhibitions, collections, and educational events.
  3. Charleston White Oysters: You can’t pass up Charleston’s fresh and delectable seafood dishes, especially their oysters, which have been the talk of the town for about 300 years. Sit back and enjoy the fresh air at the Oyster House on Market as you sample oysters from across the country and savor some cold refreshing drinks.
  4. The Heart of Charleston’s Artistic Life: America’s first theater, The Dock Street Theater, is said to be one of the most haunted places in the city. Today, you can enjoy live performances at the renovated Charleston Stage at the Dock.

Where to Stay

Two Meeting Street Inn is an eloquent Queen Anne mansion with an ideal street name, making it perfect for a romantic escape or even a memorable honeymoon getaway. The inn offers an exceptional location in walking distance to various local attractions including the Battery waterfront, fine dining, and historic museums. Guestrooms feature cozy four-poster canopy beds, elegant ornamental fireplaces, 12-foot ceilings, and classic furnishings. Personalized service, continental breakfast, a Lowcountry afternoon tea, and lavish surroundings round out the amenities.

Thomas Lamboll House Bed & BreakfastThomas Lamboll House Bed & Breakfast

Thomas Lamboll House Bed & Breakfast is located downtown in the heart of the historic district just off the Battery, allowing guests to take in a mixture of nearby attractions including waterfront views, numerous restaurants, and chic shops. There are two guestrooms onsite featuring private baths, comfortable queen-size beds, and French doors that open onto the third-floor piazza. Additional amenities range from a delicious hearty breakfast each morning to original wood floors and doors, antique furniture, and Old World-style architecture.


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