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This Gilded Age residence, built for a cotton merchant and his bride in the 1880s, was renovated and opened as a hotel in 1998 after stints as a masonic meeting place and an insurance office. Full review →
Restored 1887 mansion-hotel in tranquil setting at the edge of Charleston’s historic district. Full review →
This elegant inn, a stunning example of Gilded Age architecture, is largely unchanged since the days when it belonged to Francis Silas Rodgers.
"The most amazing B&B experience from start to finish. You feel like royalty for a weekend, having someone waiting on you hand and foot." Full review →
Guests at the most grand inn in town admire the Second Empire antiques and reproductions, the rich fabrics, inset wood paneling, and original stained-glass windows. Full review →
Stepping into Wentworth Mansion is like entering someone’s inviting home Full review →
A splendid example of America's Gilded Age, this 1886 Second Empire inn touts such amenities as hand-carved marble fireplaces... and detailed wood and plasterwork. Full review →
This Second Empire-style home was built between 1885 and 1887... Accommodations range from Mansion Rooms to the Grand Mansion Suite. The latter looks as if it belongs in a European villa. Full review →
Proof that you don’t have to go too far to be completely transported, a stay at Charleston’s Wentworth Mansion is the closest one might come to traveling back in time. Full review →
Circa 1886 boutique sleep with a spa and ideal location a short walk to downtown Charleston. Full review →
Five blocks west of King Street, this is Charleston's best option for those seeking a small, select, full-service hotel with authentic patina in the historic center Full review →
Stately and elegant yet warmly inviting, the Wentworth Mansion offers a unique step back in time. Full review →
The ornate 21-room Second Empire–style mansion turned hotel dresses in subdued Victorian finery for the holidays with magnolia wreaths, old-world Santas, and two grand Christmas trees. Full review →
Housed in a circa-1886 mansion, this “breathtakingly beautiful” “gem of a hotel” tucked away on residential Wentworth Street features “luxurious” rooms furnished with antiques.
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