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“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.”
"This elegant inn, a stunning example of Gilded Age architecture, is largely unchanged since the days when it belonged to Francis Silas Rodgers."
"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
"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
"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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"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