Built on the historic property of what was once part of Snee Farm Plantation owned by Charles Pinckney signer of the United States Constitution, this luxurious log exterior Bed and Breakfast is surrounded by 350-year-old Live Oak trees and features a tidal creek and marsh backdrop. There are five cozy guest rooms available, all individually decorated and all with luxurious linens, and private baths.
5 on November 10, 2014
We recently attended a wedding at Boone Hall Plantation and stayed at this wonderful B&B. It's location was PERFECT as it is just a block from the Boone hall Plantation entrance. Steve met us out front upon our arrival and was quite helpful and plesent. The room was first rate, clean, comforable and had everything we needed. The breakfast's were AMAZING!!!! The Inn was peacful, relaxing, charming and extremely clean. Great hosts, great stay, highly reccomend and we WILL be back!
3.4 on November 03, 2014
Really nice place to stay !
5 on October 21, 2014
I recently stayed for a few days and had an excellent experience. Location is beautiful on the marsh with a great breakfast room view, Indigo room was a nice size and the inn was kept very clean. Steve was very friendly and Shelly the housekeeper as well. Breakfast was fantastic. Right down the street from Boone Hall and a short drive to downtown Charleston. Would highly recommend.
4.4 on October 16, 2014
We spent a week at Plantation Oaks Inn and will go back again if we're going to the Charleston area. It was a quick drive over the bridge into Charleston and there was a lot to do without actually going over the bridge. The Inn was clean and Steve & Phyllis were both extremely pleasant as was Shelly, their employee. We stayed in the Cotton Room, which had a private bath across the hall as it was the only room available. The room was very nice and it was a minor inconvenience going across the hall to use the bathroom as you needed to bring a key. However, we will definitely stay there again. Steve did a good job with the variety of what was served for breakfast - some of it just wasn't my taste, which is the reason for a 3 star rather than a 5 star rating. However, there was always fresh fruit, coffee, juice and water. I didn't leave the table hungry - there were just a few things I chose not to eat.
5 on October 13, 2014
We stayed at the Plantation Oaks Inn at the recommendation of a friend. Accommodations were very nice, clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the backyard with the view of the marsh. Steve and Shelly (we did not have the opportunity to meet Phyllis) were friendly and helpful. The breakfast was excellent! The commute to site seeing in Charleston was short and easy unless you tried to come back at rush hour.
5 on October 08, 2014
We stayed here for a wedding over the weekend. The property is breathtaking and the house is gorgeous. The pictures on the website could not do it justice. So romantic. The food served at breakfast was a three course meal that would have fit in a five star restaraunt. We will absolutely be staying here again!
5 on September 10, 2014
Our first visit. Everything was beyond any expectations from the architecture to the innkeepers. We were in the Cotton Room with the bath across the hall and did not quite know what to expect. The room was very charming and extremely cozy, we loved it. The bed was extremely comfortable. The bath across from the room posed to inconvenience whatsoever. We will probably ask for the Cotton Room on our next visit. I could just go on and on about all the comfortable details, we loved it.
5 on August 24, 2014
Plantation Oaks is just great. This was our second time staying there in the past two years with no regrets. The experience was just magnificent like last time and Steve and Phyllis, the care takers, make you feel right at home. Hope to see you guys soon.
4.6 on August 20, 2014
Felt as though we were the only ones staying there, except when we were greeted by Steve when we came and went. He was very friendly and welcoming! It was great to come back to a quiet B&B with a comfortable bed after long days of walking around in the Charleston heat while wedding planning and spending time with friends. It is right next to Boone Hall and not far from our downtown activities. It also would have been a quick drive out to Sullivan's Island if we had had the time or energy after all of our other planned events! A beautiful place and would love to stay there again sometime!
4.8 on August 17, 2014
Quiet location, great service, breakfast was served to us and the food was wonderful. We will certainly stay in the future.
Just as the Planatation was the center of Low Country living, our Plantation room with a king size poster bed allows you to relax and enjoy our facilities. A sitting area, private bath, beautiful marsh view and large closet, will add to your enjoyment while visiting the Charleston area.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $160
A true symbol of the South, the magnolia tree with it's aromatic blossoms causes everyone to have a drawl in their speech. This room with queen poster bed, private bath, and view of a large Magnolia tree just outside the window is the perfect starting point for a Charleston vacation.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $150
South Carolina is nicknamed the Palmetto State. The silhouette of the palmetto also graces the state flag. The inn is in close proximity to Fort Moultrie, which was once built from Palmetto Logs. This room has a beautiful romantic queen bed, private bath, view of the tidal creek and large closet, making it a wonderful spot to relax after viewing the sights of Charleston.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $150
A blue dye, originally extracted from the woad plant, indigo was key to bringing wealth to the low country. This room with a romantic queen poster bed, private bath with ball and claw tub, and shuttered windows, is reminiscent of a time long past.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $140
Historic site, Suburban, Waterfront
Charleston, SC (CHS) 15 miles
From 526 eastbound: Take exit 28 then turn left on Long Point Rd; go 2 miles, we are located on the left. From 17: Turn onto Long Point Rd at the Boone Hall Plantation sign, we are located 9 tenths of a mile on the right.
Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Palmetto Island County Park, Patriot's Point Maritime & Medal of Honor Museum, Isle of Palms Beach, Sullivan's Island Beach, Fort Moultrie, Boone Hall Plantation, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, River, Tours
Book your stay now and save. December and January. Stay 1 night and save $10 off regular room rate OR Stay 2 nights and save $15 per night off regular room rate OR Stay 3 nights and receive half off the 3rd night room rate. Rates vary by room. GREAT LOCATION: Within 300 yards of Boone Hall Plantation and Charles Pinckney Historic Site and within 6 miles of Isle of Palms Beach and 8 miles of Historic Charleston. Just mention December and January Special. Excludes Cotton Room. Maximum discount is 50% off 1 night. Not valid with any other special package, pricing or Gift Certificates. New reservations only. This package includes: Accommodations for two in a beautiful romantic room. Breakfast each morning at a cozy table for two in our breakfast room featuring a beautiful view of Boone Hall Creek. Refreshments upon check in. Free parking. Free wireless internet. Call for availability: 843-971-3683