The Inn at Ion was a cute and comfortable B&B that was a perfect stay for our honeymoon. The staff was friendly, the food was delicious, the rooms were spacious, and the location was excellent for traveling to and from Charleston.
Stayed here to celebrate my wife's birthday. It was the perfect spot. Close to shops and restaurants. The room was great and had a great historic feel to it. We enjoyed the fruit offered to us and decided to eat somewhere else for breakfast.
The Cuthbert House Inn is absolutely incredible. That cannot be said enough. The staff are beyond caring and considerate. The dining was phenomenal and well-thought out. The rooms are in impeccable shape. We stayed here for 5 nights and cannot wait to return. I would urge everyone who is considering a trip down to SC, to place the Cuthbert House Inn at the top of their list
My husband and I visit Charleston frequently, but want to spend more time in Mt. Pleasant. The Inn was the perfect place, situated in the beautiful Ion community, close to shopping, restaurants, the beach and downtown Charleston. The room was perfect for us, with two queen beds, a refrig. and plently of space. It was clean, service was excellent and breakfast a treat. We will be back, very soon. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves quaint and quality at the same time.
Scott and I stayed over for the Memorial Day weekend, for Spoleto festival. They treated us like honored guests, and we got to chat and just learn about each other like old friends. The food was delicious. They were helpful in navigating us through the city, and the rooms had so much charm, and were clean. The porch was nice, and the view from our rooms to the Barbour reminded me how close we were to the ocean.
Palmer's Pinckney Inn has a lot of charm. It's manager, Martha Beasley, does it all: cleans and prepares the rooms, washes the linens and towels, and sets up the kitchen for breakfast. However, she also manages the "sister" B&B (Palmer House, which is about a mile+ walk) and is not on site all the time. It needs some TLC and upkeep, such as removing old deadbolt locks and repairing the doors and frames where they were. Air conditioning and the electrical systems need to be improved.as well. The furnishings are nice.
Phyllis and Steve were perfect host. Extremely accommodating and very friendly. I stayed in the Indigo room and it was spectacular. The room is gorgeous and large. The bed was very comfortable. Breakfasts were delicious. The grounds are fabulous. It's a very peaceful and wonderful place. I can't wait to come back.
Jack and Annelise were wonderful hosts. They were so full of knowledge of Charleston history, sites to see, and wonderful places to eat. The house is located in the beautiful historic district. We enjoyed the evening gatherings and met many of their friends and family. It felt like home. The five nights we were in Charleston, we wanted to get the full Charleston feel and this was the place to stay.
Excellent stay! We will definitely be going back to stay here! Great location minutes from beaches, downtown, and local attractions. My only complaint is they syrup was served freezing cold which then made your waffles cold. Everything else was perfect.
Wanted to take the wife to visit patriots Point and see Charleston and couldn't find a hotel room for under $220 a night within 20 miles of Charleston, so instead looked for B&Bs in the area for a decent price and good reviews. Found this inn with fantastic reviews and really good prices. Good location and great views. Made our reservation and arrived Friday evening to meet Steve the owner who quickly showed us around, explained breakfast and offered some fresh made cookies. Was more than willing to explain things to do in Charleston and area, gave us some brochures and some discounts tickets to Patriots Point. Showed us our beautiful room (The Magnolia room) with a magnolia tree out the window. We settled in and grabbed a glass of wine and went outside to enjoy the view and the relaxing back yard. Room was good sized and had all the amenities we needed. Next morning coffee was ready at 7:30 so we grabbed a cup and headed out the back yard again to enjoy it. Steve had breakfast ready at 8:00 and there was so much we were not hungry until dinner time. Yogurt fresh fruit parfait, 2 egg and cheese croissants, and home made cinnamon rolls. Came back after a long day walking the Point and the city market and dinner, relaxed outside on the upstairs screened in porch. Room had nice satellite tv and bed was soft and comfortable. Got up next morning and same routine, but breakfast consisted of fresh fruit, eggs with sour cream and dill, with sauteed steak tips, followed by fresh blueberry cobbler. Hosts were friendly, warm and genuine. We are already making plans to stay there for our anniversary in September. Highly recommend to all and especially our friends and family.
This is a beautiful bed and breakfast. The grounds are pretty and the location is perfect. We were able to walk to all of the restaurants and shops. The staff was very nice, but not as helpful as other B&B's we have stayed at regarding restaurants,etc. and offering to make reservations for us.
We had a wonderful visit in the Blue Room with our two grandchildren. Jack and Annelise and the whole staff (two Julies) could not have been better hosts. Our flight from LA was cancelled and we ended up arriving after 1 am. in Charleston. Jack arranged for us to be picked up and was waiting to welcome us. The location was perfect--walking distance to great restaurants and the city market past beautiful antebellum mansions and close to the water where you can view Ft. Sumter. The beds were comfortable and so was the room temperature in a beautiful house with a wonderful porch. This is a wonderful place to stay in Charleston!
This was my first time traveling as a single--and Wenche and Wyatt couldn't have been more welcoming, helpful and charming. The location just across the spectacular Ravenel Bridge from Charleston made for very easy access to Charleston and also to Patriot's Point and the beaches nearby. Wenche's knowledge of the area and her ability to gauge each traveler's interests and needs was impressive. And their home is charming and most important, clean and comfortable. If this is a typical bed-and-breakfast experience, count me in!
Amazing house. Friendly staff. The best southern breakfast. Sitting on the porch of the Palmer House for sherry or breakfast and enjoying the view and breeze is an experience not to be missed. Have been going to Spoleto for 28 years. This is my favorite place to stay and I've stayed everywhere.
This is a beautiful and convenient location. The Inn is so charming and has all the feelings of staying in a very, very expensive accommodation but at a very affordable value. It is so very close to great restaurants, the beach, shopping and of course downtown Charleston. I can't say enough good things about this place, I am only sorry that I did not come sooner, but I shall be back many, many times in the future.
We stayed just one night and we really felt like home. There was no staff there, but a lot of notes with indications for us. We had to cook our own breakfast, what felt a bit weird, but appreciated the trust on us. The next morning we met the host when we were leaving who was very kind and apologiced for exceptionally having left us on our own. A sure recommendation for my friends.
Our room was tastefully decorated quiet and clean. The balcony was furnished with two large white rockers and a small table. We enjoyed the hanging baskets of red blooming Geraniums and the view of the tree shaded street below. Breakfast was served on time as we ordered from the menu the day before. The shrimp and grits were amazing. All portions were generous. All personnel were friendly and willing to share information about the Charleston area. My only complaint was that the light on the desk did not work and I had to sit on the bed to read and work on my computer.
Jack and Annelise are great hosts and made our stay feel like we were part of their family. They are very informative on the history of Charleston and recommended great places to eat and a wide selection of things to do. The house is located in a beautiful historic neighborhood and in walking distance to a lot of great places in Charleston. Their historic home is delightfully decorated with fine antiques and our room and private bath was extremely clean and comforting. We enjoyed the southern breakfasts in the dining room and the 6pm social hour on the piazza and always looked forward to delightful conversations with the other guests, Jack, Annelise and Martha. We loved our time there and will certainly return!
Jack and Annelise made us feel like we were family on our visit. Annelise give us good suggestions on things to do and the best time to do them. We also had our best meal of the three nights we were there because of her recommendation. The location is perfect, the house is beautiful. We enjoyed our time sitting on the beautiful porch talking to Annelise and Jack. Their hospitality exceeded all of our expectations. we loved our time there and will definitely return.
Our stay at this B& B was like visiting with old friends. Our favorite memory of this visit was sitting on the porch and learning about the rich history of the home and of the area. Dr., Jack and Annelise are warm and gracious hosts. This is Southern hospitality at its best!
The Inn is located in the beautiful I'on community in Mt. Pleasant, which is located across the river from Charleston. It is within walking distance of some very good restaurants (e.g., Langdon) and an easy ten minute drive from the heart of Charleston's restaurant district on Bay Street. The rooms are large and comfortable. Ours had a second story porch with rocking chairs perfect for relaxing. The breakfast, which is included, is generous and hearty. Every member of the staff we encountered was friendly and helpful. This inn is a great value. We come through Charleston frequently, and the Inn will be our headquarters going forward.
The home is historically beautiful and beautifully furnished. The location is in the heart of the historic district....Breakfast and cocktail hour were the highlights of our stay due to the engaging hosts and the other guests. The proprietors are southern....congenial, helpful, engaging, generous and knowledgeable. Looking forward to our next visit. Don't hesitate to book your stay with Jack and Annelise. You won't want to leave.....
An amazing place to stay. The staff is so helpful and the location is great. Large rooms with great wifi and parking! The food was wonderful and there was a large variety of choices and times. We loved our afternoon tea and snacks on the balcony. Some food is by Circa 1886 so you know it's good. We extended our stay by 2 days and will be back.
We had a lovely weekend in Beaufort during their "taste of Beaufort" event at Waterfront park. The old Plantation Inn was a short stroll across the street, very convenient. We went with 2 other couples, each room was very unique, updated but with a period feel, extra large, spotless and very welcoming. We shared the upper front porch with one of the other couples, with views of the marsh and waterway. Do not miss the breakfast, at checkin they ask you to reserve a time...they only seat till 9:15am so plan ahead, it is fabulous¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿¿ We can't wait till our next visit. Debbie