MOST AUBERGISTES fournir une salle, NOUS PROPOSONS UNE EXPÉRIENCE: La Phillips-Yates-Snowden Maison c. 1842 à 15 Church Street Charleston 29401. Maintenant, la maison de M. et Mme Jack W. Simmons, Jr., la propriété a été initialement détenue par le capitaine Timothy Phillips pendant la Révolution. La famille Yates construit la maison actuelle dans le début des années 1840 et il a servi d'hôpital pendant la guerre civile au cours de laquelle il a été frappé par quatre boulets de canon, dont deux sont maintenant montés sur les postes de porte. Il est remarquable pour ses boiseries de style Adam par Thomas Pinckney et ferronnerie par Charleston ironwright, Philip Simmons, son plus récent ajout (1998) étant la porte du sous-sol à l'avant. Le tremblement de terre de 1886 a rasé la 4ème histoire, qui a été reconstruit avec un toit à la Mansart. Par la suite, la structure a été renforcée avec des "tiges du tremblement de terre", des boulons qui traversent la maison entre les murs extérieurs. Près de 100 ans plus tard, en apportant la structure au code, cette même technologie a été utilisée avec l'ajout de neuf autres boulons.
Haut étage: une chambre 16x20x10 pieds de la Reine et jours lits. Décorées artistiquement avec des antiquités d'époque et œuvres d'art originales. Magnifique vue sur un paysage de toiture d'avant-guerre et le port. Fonctionnement fireplace.In de bains complète. Entièrement mis à jour chauffage et de la climatisation. Les installations comprennent téléphone, réveil, radio. système de sécurité inclut l'alarme de fumée / feu surveillance centrale.
Top taille 16x20x10 plancher de la chambre pi roi ou lits jumeaux et jour lit supplémentaire double taille. Fonctionnement cheminée. Au dernier étage avec vue sur les roofscapes historiques ainsi que la prochaine porte Calhoun Mansion. Semblable à la disposition de la chambre rose, mais avec un lit King size, convertible en lits jumeaux si désiré. Dans la suite de bain privée.
Le Carriage House est de 1200 pieds carrés avec entrée privée et jardin. Il dispose de deux chambres (reine, roi, ou lits jumeaux), 1 1/2 salles de bains, LR & amp; amp; amp; DR deux avec cheminées en fonctionnement. Une cuisine complète, laveuse, sécheuse. Peut accueillir 1-6 personnes. Décorées avec des meubles de famille cru, antiquités, œuvres d'art Charleston originale. Électriques, la plomberie, les systèmes de CVC Entièrement mis à jour. A la télévision par câble dans les deux rooms.Note: Taxes à nos installations sont seulement 4% Non configuré pour accepter des certificats-cadeaux BedandBreakfast.com, mais nous ne proposons notre propre..
Cette chambre est sur notre rez de chaussée avec rainure et languette lambris de cyprès datant des années 1930. Il a également cru coeur de planchers de pin et une salle de bain privée. Il ya une cheminée qui fonctionne et une entrée privée. Le lit king convertit à lits jumeaux, si désiré. Salle de bain privée.
4,4 sur août 04, 2014
This is a lovely B & B in the Battery, a half block from White Point Gardens. We stayed in the Cypress Room. Everything was beautiful. Also there are no steps to negotiate when entering or leaving. The only minor complaint I had was a lack of an accessible electrical for charging phones and cameras. Breakfasts were very good. In fact we usually skipped lunch. Jack and Annalise are very good hosts, and very helpful with recommendations as to what to see and where to dine, and if you need pet therapy, Franny the black lab will be happy to provide it. We definitely would stay here again. Jim & June from NJ.
Réponse du propriétaire
Dear Jim & June, We thoroughly enjoyed having you as guests and we thank you for your kind review. It may not have been evident, but there are at least four electrical plugs in the room including one on each side of the bed. There is also a convenient plug in the bathroom. We hope you will return and we can then point them out and also provide you with any additional extension cords to make everything convenient.
5 sur juillet 02, 2014
We had a wonderful time staying at this B&B. It is located in the historic district so you're in strolling distance of the lovely homes and attractions. The area is very quiet so you get a good night's sleep. Yet you are only about a 15 minute walk away from all the restaurants and shops. We stayed in the Rose Room, which is spacious and very comfortable. With all the windows you get a lot of natural light. The bed is very comfortable. If you plan on staying a while there are 2 closets and plenty of drawers in the room. The bathroom is roomy and equipped with everything you need, including makeup remover wipes. The only thing my husband didn't like, and was not a big deal, is that the mirror is on another wall and not over the sink (which faces a window-see photo), so it's a little inconvenient for shaving. Jack, Annelise, and their friend Martha, are lovely hosts. It was great to sit on the veranda in the afternoon and share wine, cheese and stories. Their pets Frannie (the dog) and Drifter (the cat) joined the gathering and were very well-behaved. The breakfasts are generous and delicious. You get a menu to choose from, including on Sundays when Jack makes his fluffy pancakes. Sharing the table with the other guests added to the fun. Jack is serious when he tells you in his email confirmation that you should think of using smaller suitcases if you're staying in the Rose or the Blue Room since you have to go up 2 long flights of stairs, given the tall ceilings, and no lift. Charlston is a wonderful city and we would happily go back and stay with Jack and Annelise. Highly recommended!
Réponse du propriétaire
Many thanks for your wonderful review. We have now added a shaving mirror due to your kind observation. We look forward to your return as we enjoyed you just as much.
5 sur mai 11, 2014
Every minute from the reservations 'til the goodbye was special. Jack and Annelise could not have been more accommodating. The house is lovely, rooms and baths are clean, spacious and comfortable, food delicious, evening hour extra special and relaxing. Location is quiet and views gorgeous. We will be back!
5 sur février 18, 2014
I stayed at 15 Church Street last week while on a long-awaited vacation and it was so lovely! Jack and Annelise are wonderful hosts. Honestly, as a solo traveler, this was a wonderful base from which to explore Charleston. The evening I arrived Annelise sat with me and gave me a history of Charleston and some suggestions of how I might spend my time and they were all worthwhile. While I was there some other travelers arrived and I enjoyed social hour and breakfast with them. All in all, I was really sad when it was time to leave! I could have stayed several more days - but I will be back!
5 sur février 16, 2014
This was our 5th visit to 15 Church Street. Before finding 15 Church St,, we tried other hotels and B&Bs. After our first experience with Jack and Annelise Simmons, the owners, and friend Martha at 15 Church St., we have never considered staying at another location! They are so warm and welcoming, it’s as if you are visiting old friends. On each visit they have suggested different sights or venues that infinitely enrich our stay . Their love for Charleston comes through in their efforts to help all their guests enjoy their Charleston visit as much as possible. Whether we needed information regarding the newest restaurants, the haunts most enjoyed by locals, special events, or simply the best location to catch the trolley, Jack and Annelise were always enormously helpful. On a chilly January weekend, returning to the warmth and welcome of their home and their company, was a lovely respite after a day exploring. Add this to the lovely breakfast served each morning and you will understand why this is such a special place. If you want to experience charm, warmth, graciousness and helpfulness above and beyond what you would expect, you will be delighted with this lovely Charleston couple and the location. Our favorite room is the third floor blue room which has ample space and a lovely view of the Calhoun mansion garden from the back window. We follow Jack's advice and pack several smaller bags which make it very easy to get luggage up and down stairs.
5 sur janvier 23, 2014
We stayed here over the MLK Weekend while my wife ran the Charleston Half-marathon. A stay at 15 Church ST is like staying the weekend at your favorite aunt and uncle’s house. This is one of those B&Bs where you are really welcomed into the owners home. Jack and Annelise and their friend Martha are welcoming to Jack’s boyhood home where they live today on the second floor. Parking may be tight on narrow Church ST but we had no problem. Jack backed our large SUV into the driveway and he backs the other guests cars in too and has you leave your keys on the 1st floor so if someone needs their car, you can get it (we walked every day except one and our car was the last in line, but we had no problem getting it). Dinner recommendations were perfect; they were 4 out of 4 for us. We enjoyed the “Happy Hour” each night at 6:00 PM. The guests gather in the living room for wine and beer and light snacks and discuss the day and many issues before drifting off to dinner reservations; usually recommended by Jack or Annelise (he was 4 for 4 for us on recommendations). Due to our crazy schedule, we only were able to eat one breakfast, but it was great. You select your menu the night before and everyone gathers at the large dining room table for the yummy meal; you will have plenty to eat. My wife ran the Charleston Half-marathon and Jack, at 6:45 AM drove us to the start line and offered to come back and pick us up; he didn’t need to do that and we appreciated it. We stayed in the Rose Room on the 3rd floor (as Jack will tell you, it’s the 3rd floor so pack a couple small bags, not a big one) and were comfortable. One sign of a good B&B is repeat business and all the other guests were repeats. We really enjoyed our stay here and when we come back to Charleston, we will definitely stay here.
5 sur décembre 09, 2013
We stayed at 15 Church St over the Thanksgiving holidays and could not have felt more welcomed or been more pleased with our experience. We have stayed at about a half-dozen B&B's, but have never experienced the personal involvement of the proprietors as we did with the Simmons. We were the only guests at the "social hour" on each of the three nights of our stay, but Jack, Annelise, and Martha entertained us as if we were family. Since our 16 y/o son was with us, we stayed in the Carriage House and found it to be immaculate. The sitting room of the CH has a fireplace which Jack repeatedly offered to show us how to operate, but we were so busy exploring Charleston that we declined only due to our lack of the time to enjoy it. However, we did enjoy the fire in the living room during social hour as did the resident dog and cat. Our son was made to feel like an adult during the entire stay. The beer and wines that were available during social hour were better-than-expected quality. The CH is actually part of the house and not detached as I had mistakenly anticipated. We ran into absolutely no unpleasant surprises during our stay. One of our party has a cat allergy but experienced no difficulty at all as the pets are not permitted in the CH. Of course, YMMV in that regard. We were pleasantly surprised to find that coffee (and tea, I think) was available prior to breakfast. We were invited to sit down and socialize in the living room or the kitchen while breakfast was being prepared. The three of us truly hated to leave 15 Church, which is not a feeling we've had after "checking out" of any other B&B or hotel. We undoubtedly will stay there again if we ever return to Charleston.
5 sur octobre 13, 2013
We enjoyed a 5 night stay at this lovely, historic bed and breakfast. The hosts are so gracious and accomodating. The breakfast served daily is delicious and very substantial. Jack and Anneliese make sure their guests are comfortable and suggest activities and restaurants to enhance the Charleston experience. The residence is home to 3 precious animals,who love to interact with guests. I would highly recommend this bed and breakfast for anyone visiting Charleston.
5 sur septembre 28, 2013
We have stayed at B&B's all over the country from Napa to Nahlin's to Michigan....this was like staying with family....great accommodations, delicious breakfast and wonderful hosts. Annelise starts your stay with a history lesson of Charleston (she teaches school BTW), Jack is a practicing Dr. so Martha and LeeAnn run the house during the week. Around 6pm or so its wine and beer on the veranda and conversation and they are genuinely interested that you enjoy their home and the city. If you have the good luck to stay over a Saturday you really should visit the Farmers Market at Meridian Park....best we have ever seen.....and the food tents are amazing. Both Jack and Annelise know the restaurant scene very well and made superb recommendations which we enjoyed immensely. We will be going back for the flowers blooming next spring....enjoy. Mike and Cindy, Louisville KY
5 sur septembre 27, 2013
For the last 14 years, my mother, her 'other' daughter (my good friend Dana) and I, have gone away together. This is always a very special weekend for "The Groovy Girls" (as our family calls us) and staying in a wonderful B&B is part of what makes the weekend. This year we went to Charleston and fortunately my friend Dana selected the Phillips-Yates-Snowden House for us for 5 nights! We all stayed together in the large, comfortable 'Blue Room', on the top floor (featuring two beautiful antique twin beds, a day bed and en-suite with shower). The room has lots of windows and high ceilings. It is bright, airy, and surprisingly easy to regulate the temperature. Staying at the Phillips-Yates-Snowden house was like being welcomed into Jack and Annelise Simmons' family. They are excellent hosts. The breakfasts were abundant but a good balance of healthy and hearty. We loved Charleston and the surrounding area, but sitting on the verandah late in the afternoon or after we returned from dinner and chatting with Jack and/or Annelise was every bit as enjoyable. Even the animals are great. This is the B&B to stay at in Charleston: the location is perfect (being 1/2 block from the battery and a quick walk through historic neighbourhoods to the downtown), the food is excellent, the hosts are warm and welcoming, and the rooms have all the elements for a comfortable and restful stay (even comfortable pillows). I can't imagine staying anywhere else in Charleston and I hope to return. (As to the walk up two flights to the top floor and our room? It didn't bother my mother and she is 91, and besides you'll need to work off the breakfasts:-))
Charleston, SC (CHS) 10 miles
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Plage, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Musée, Océan, Théâtre, Services religieux
Bed and Breakfast
Ordinateur, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Internet dans la chambre, Bureau, Fax, Piano, Magnétoscope, Machine à laver/sèche-linge , Stationnement hors rue
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Planche à repasser, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Wi-Fi
Vélos, Base nautique, Pêche, Golf, Voile, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Terrain de tennis
Jack & Annelise Simmons
Anglais, Français, Allemand
2 Chats , 1 Chien
Equilibré , Régime particulier , Végétarien , Low Carb.
Crustless saucisse quiche; crêpes moelleuses Virginie