Church Street Inn is within easy walking distance of magnificent homes, art museums, exquisite restaurants and chic boutiques. Ghost tours and historic walking tours are a "must do" while in Charleston. And just outside the front door, you can take a carriage ride through town to hear fascinating tales of this historic city.
The Inn is a short drive to beautiful beaches, challenging golf courses, and 300-year-old plantation homes. Charleston is a city where the old rests easily alongside the modern, and Southern hospitality is of prime importance. The Inn is located at the corner of Church and Market Streets with over 40 fine restaurants and hundreds of shops within a four-block radius. The charm and elegance of a time gone by are available in this spacious unit that defines Southern Hospitality! The Church Street Inn is located in the heart of Charleston, and is surrounded by world class dining, shopping, galleries, local heritage, and cultural lowcountry charm.
|Apr 28 2014||Dec 31 2014||$225||$225||$1,500||-||-|
|Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Payment Options: PayPal|
March 13, 2008
This "condo/hotel" is located at Church and Market in close proximity to King Street shopping, stately homes, harborside parks and wonderful restuarants. The unit was well equipped, clean and comfortable for two. Noisy revelers on Saturday night necessitated the use of air conditioning on an otherwise cool night, but it was very effective. Charleston is a wonderfully friendly and welcoming city and Church Street Inn is a great place to begin your experience.
April 28, 2006
You should warn Charles (Chuck) that I am coming and to be ready to help me great ideas for things to do in a short time. I am just kidding; it will be so good to have someone with his knowledge right where we are staying. I am so glad that I found your condo and you. It has been a fun experience being able to keep in touch with you through e-mails! I wouldn’t have gotten such personal service with a hotel. I am sure we will talk (e-mail) again before I leave to come to Charleston. Brenda