John Rutledge House Inn
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“Governor John Rutledge was one of four South Carolinian signers of the US Constitution.”
– Lonely Planet
"This charming 1763 building is one of 15 surviving homes owned by one of the 55 framers of the U.S. Constitution—and the only one converted into a hotel."
"The building has a New Orleans–esque exterior with wrought-iron architectural details, and inside, parquet floors sit beneath 14-foot ceilings adorned with plaster moldings." Full review
"Don't let the amenities rating fool you—this is among the best small traditional inns in Charleston." Full review
Guests can indulge in spa services or enjoy fine dining at the sister property Wentworth Mansion, which unfortunately is farther than what most folks choose to stroll.
"Inlaid parquet floors, canopied rice beds and carved plaster moldings mark the National Historic Landmark's restoration to its mid-18C appearance."
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"Set in a 1763 home that's been designated a National Historic Landmark (George Washington once ate breakfast here), this B&B offers rooms and suites furnished with period antiques."