You are invited to be my guest at a circa 1837 Kitchen House. As a guest of Ambrose Alley Cottage you will have an entire cottage for your use as you explore the history and romance of Charleston. Originally built as a brick kitchen house, the cottage has been renovated into a lovely English Country Cottage. The cottage is decorated with antiques, enhanced by oriental carpets and beautiful chandeliers. The cottage has a small fully equipped kitchen, living room with cable tv and working fireplace, two bedrooms upstairs with bath between - total of 3 double (full size) beds. NO phone. Private garden/patio and parking. No housekeeping provided, but towels, linens and w/d avail. Wireless internet is normally available but contact me if it is a necessity. Non smoking house.
|May 01 2012||Jul 31 2015||-||-||$850||$2,200||1 week|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Deposits: Require a deposit which is partially refundable with two weeks notice prior to arrival date.|
|Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Personal Check, PayPal|
|Other Fees: Wireless internet normally available but if necessity contact me. NO PHONE.|
May 31, 2010
This vintage kitchen cottage is quaintly decorated in a Victorian charm. Adequate amenities. Large bedrooms giving you plenty of room. Mattress comfort fair for the decerning sleeper. Bathrrom small but serves all your needs. Loaction is close to sites and yet very quiet. The best part for me was the comfort of two couples being able to relax in the living room and share conversations or catch a cable tv show. You cannot do that at hotels. Would definitely recommend and stay there again
June 1, 2009
My boyfriend and I stayed here for 5 nights during a vacation to charming Charleston (our first time there). We were definitely pleased with our choice. We got a good deal for the 5 nights-- $140 per night, which was better than any bed and breakfast we had found (it was Memorial Day weekend, and Spoleto Festival). The house has a kitchen, living room, two bedrooms (three beds total) and a bathroom. We had more space than we needed with just the 2 of us. We really enjoyed the convenience of the kitchen, though we used it only to cook breakfast on some mornings. The location is good, though not perfect. It is about a 20 minute walk to the places you'll want to go in the historic district. This was definitely doable, and let us come back before dinner when we wanted. All in all, a good choice and a cute place to stay. Plus it was fun to have a "home" in Charleston :)
October 23, 2008
This was a wonderful trip... the location of the cottage was great (I was only .7 of a mile from Meeting Street and had no problem walking there on the sidewalk! The cottage was comfortable and had exactly what I needed (the small kitchen was a plus). I would definitely stay here again versus a hotel... nothing like the feeling of being part of the town you are visiting.
It was lovely, and Charleston is a wonderful city. Thanks much.
We had a very good time and enjoyed the house very much. This is something we'll definately be recommending to our friends.
Everything was fine except for the torrential rains the night before we left. We may be back next spring. thanks.
Hey Norman. It was great.
I will be coming back in late April or late May. Will look you up to say HI...bye for now....Suz