Costruito nel 1763 da John Rutledge, un firmatario della Costituzione, questo è uno dei quindici solo nelle case appartenenti a tali adesioni per sopravvivere e l'unico per ora accogliere gli ospiti durante la notte. Splendidamente restaurata, il John Rutledge House Inn ricrea l'esperienza di Charleston coloniale ogni pomeriggio come viene servito il tè nella sala da ballo dove hanno incontrato i presidenti e i patrioti. Le tariffe comprendono la prima colazione continentale servita in camera degli ospiti o nel nostro cortile e serale turndown service con cioccolatini Godiva. Gli ospiti possono scegliere tra camere e suite nella casa principale o in una delle due case di trasporto dell'Hotel la. AAA Four-Diamond rating. Membro di Historic Hotels of America.
Our charming and secluded carriage house rooms feature antique reproduction furniture, triple bedded sheeting, along with such amenities as CD player clock radio, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, waffle weave robes, in-room refrigerator with bottled water, and a flat screen TV and DVD player. Some rooms are on the second floor and only accessible via a staircase.
Our large ground floor rooms feature antique reproduction furniture, triple bedded sheeting, along with such amenities as CD player clock radio, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, waffle weave robes, in-room refrigerator with bottled water, and a flat screen TV and DVD player. This room type is only accessible via a staircase
Our oversized deluxe rooms feature antique reproduction furniture, elaborately carved Italian marble fireplaces, and original parquet flooring and plaster moldings. Like our other rooms you will enjoy triple bedded sheeting, Oriental Carpets, a CD player clock radio, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, waffle weave robes, in-room refrigerator with bottled water, and a flat screen TV and DVD player. King bed deluxe rooms all have canopies. This room type is only accessible via a staircase
The grand suites, each with 1000 square feet of space offer 18th century reproduction furniture, original plaster molding, an elaborately carved Italian marble, and original parquet flooring. Some of the suites do offer jetted tubs with separate showers. This suite offers guests the option to close the original grand wood doors between the bedroom and living area to offer more privacy or for entertaining purposes. Other room features you may enjoy are a canopied bed, triple bedded sheeting, a CD player clock radio, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, waffle weave robes, in-room refrigerator with bottled water, and a flat screen TV and DVD player. This room type is only accessible via a staircase.
4,4 su agosto 26, 2012
This inn was so beautiful and city so charming we stayed an extra night. Historical with all modern amenities. Staff was amazing!
4,2 su maggio 31, 2012
Stayed during Spoleto Festival. Great location to get to the events. Room was spacious and very clean-nice to have TV, DVD player and small frige. Staff was very pleasant and helpful. Appreciated the many choices for breakfast times and items as opposed to one set time and menu. Thought it was a bit pricey but was very happy with the stay and wished we could have stayed longer.
4,4 su gennaio 12, 2011
Oh, such a nice place to stay, enjoyed the afternoon drinks and nibbles, evening Brandy was so good - and all for free. Rooms were excellent, breakfast was a highlight. So close to middle of town, neighbourhood was full of interesting houses, so close to dining. We enjoyed our stay
5 su luglio 22, 2010
We enjoyed watching the goings-on of the town from the balcony off the dining area while drinking our coffee in the mornings!
3,6 su dicembre 07, 2009
The photo of JR house does NOT do it justice. The house has symmetrical staircases leading to the front porch and door (unfortunately, the original iron entry gates to these staircases have gone missing). The upper veranda is accessed through the ballroom. Simply being in the ballroom and on the veranda gave me chills, and I could see the parties of long ago. The antiques/decor add so much to the reality of being amongst pre-civil war, genteel southern society. Upon arriving at the Inn, I decided to stay in a carriage house (instead of the main house). My room was period-decorated, CLEAN, and private. My carriage house window looked out to the beautiful courtyard. I was able to park my rental car behind the courtyard (easy access and not seen from the courtyard). The hostesses had extensive knowledge of Charleston sites. I enjoyed blueberry muffins and coffee delivered to my room each morning. My stay was several days, and I changed rooms once just for fun - I did not have any discomforts - air conditioning, plumbing, and breakfast all worked like a charm! Allison, St. Louis
Città, Centro città
Charleston, SC (CHS) 20 miles
Io-526 Nord (direzione Mt. Pleasant) uscire a est dei-26 a sud di 17 Hwy. Prendete l'uscita di King Street, proprio alla fermata. Seguire King Street a Broad Street, svoltate a destra. Inn si trova sul lato destro, un blocco verso il basso.
Shopping Antiquariato, Acquari, Gallerie d'arte, Spiaggia, Cene da gourmet, Interessi Storici, Cinema, Musei, Oceano, Ghost Tours, Trasporto Tours, Fort Sumter Tour, Teatro, Servizi religiosi, Noleggio bici, Case storiche, Shopping, Scenari
Sale Conferenze, Fotocopiatrici, Dispositivo Fax, Attrezzature matrimoni
Aria condizionata, Sveglia , Accappatoi, CD player, Attrezzature per Caffè/Tè, DVD Player, Data port, Scrivania, Camino, Frigorifero, Asciugacapelli, Jacuzzi, Accesso a internet , Ferro da stiro, Ingresso privato, Radio, TV via cavo/satellite, TV, Telefono, Servizio di Rimbocco Coperte, Wi-Fi
Daily newspaper delivery, Afternoon tea, Sherry and brandy in ballroom, Fireplaces and jetted tubs in select rooms.
Shrimp and Grits
On select mornings, our classic Charleston Shrimp and Grits is served for breakfast.
Package starts from $619 Join in the year-round celebration of the John Rutledge House 250th Anniversary with our “Birth Of A Nation's Constitution” Package. Get acquainted with the life of John Rutledge at the home he built in 1763 and enjoy a special tour from Bulldog Tours. For two nights, enjoy a room in Rutledge's home, turned historic downtown bed and breakfast, deluxe continental or cooked breakfast, afternoon tea, evening sherry or brandy and turndown service. Choose a day to embark on an exclusive walking tour of downtown Charleston, highlighting our inn, the Old Exchange Building, the Heyward-Washington House, and St. Michael’s Church and graveyard, where John Rutledge is buried. Your Bulldog Tour will also share tales of John Rutledge’s home life, his political role in Charleston, and his prominent place in American history. Package price based on two adults in a standard room. The two-hour Birth of a Nation Tour is available Monday-Thursday.
Package starts from $420 A much-beloved tradition is back this December: Charleston's Holiday Progressive Dinner. With the Progressive Dinner Package, you'll enjoy a festive evening in downtown Charleston with overnight accommodations at the dinner's final stop: the John Rutledge House Inn. The Progressive Dinner begins with hors d'oeuvres at at our sister property, the historic Kings Courtyard Inn before your carriage ride to Circa 1886 Restaurant for a three-course dinner. Your final destination is the John Rutledge House Inn for dessert, coffee and your cozy room for the night. This package includes accommodations for two at the John Rutledge House Inn, a rickshaw ride to Kings Courtyard Inn, two seats at the Progressive Dinner and a Junior League of Charleston Party Receipts Cookbook. (Some dates already sold out. Check website for specifics.)
Package starts from $1760; 4 days, 3 nights Enjoy the best of the Charleston Wine and Food Festival, mere steps away from all the action in Francis Marion Square. This three night package (Thursday, Friday, Saturday) includes accommodations for two people in a standard room and tickets to festival events. After a leisurely Friday morning, guests will head out to the festival’s Big Bottles Brunch (11am-1:00pm) in Marion Square's Main Event tent. This first time event will feature all large bottle formats with 12 winemakers paired with 6 chefs followed by a large bottle format live auction. Saturday morning (11:30am-1:30pm) guests will head to the Culinary Village in Francis Marion Square to sample the Southeast's finest food and taste wines from all over the country. Along with the tasting tents there are cooking demos and additional tents to enjoy any time throughout the day. On Saturday afternoon (3:00-6:00pm) guests will enjoy the festival’s Pinot Envy event in the historic William Aiken House. Vintners will be pouring a variety of Pinots accompanied by samplings of local culinary delights. As always, Sunday morning will prove to be one of the highlights of the weekend with tickets to the famed Jazz Brunch (11:00am-1:00pm) at the historic Thomas Bennett House.