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 300-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.
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/$149
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/$139
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/$139
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/$129
4.6 on March 04, 2014
Owners and staff are welcoming and take great care of their guests. Morning breakfasts were terrific.
4.4 on February 25, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed our stay here. Steve and Phyllis go above and beyond to make sure your every need is met and your stay is special. Look forward to staying here again. Great romantic getaway!
5 on February 11, 2014
Steve and Phyllis are wonderful hosts - we thoroughly enjoyed our stay in their lovely home.
5 on February 07, 2014
I just loved my stay in the Cotton Room. I enjoyed 3 heavenly nights, slumbering in the most comfortable bed I've ever slept in! Felt like I was floating on a cloud. :) Each day's breakfast was wonderful - I never was able to finish all the food in one sitting. Steve, Phyllis, and Shelly were so kind and accommodating. Steve wrapped up my breakfast leftovers each day, so I could take them with me as a treat during the day. On Sunday, I stayed in all day, so he kept my leftover breakfast in their refrigerator, then heated it up for me later as my "second breakfast". I really enjoyed relaxing and knitting on the back porch, while watching the spanish moss sway in the trees. What a beautiful place. When Sunday evening came, Steve recommended an excellent restaurant in Charleston - and I enjoyed a great meal there. On Monday, I enjoyed talking with Shelly (a fellow knitter). Phyllis was the quiet one of the bunch, but she was always smiling and kind. My private bath was just right - plenty of room for all my stuff, and I was able to keep my bathroom things secure by locking that door when I went to my room. The Cotton Room is just lovely: antique style furniture, hardwood floors that are highly polished (very soft under bare feet), comfortable furniture, high ceilings with exposed beams - a very relaxing atmosphere. The common areas were beautifully decorated, and so comfy. I felt like I was visiting a wealthy friend! All in all, it was just a perfect place to stay. I've already recommended it to several friends.
5 on January 20, 2014
Steve was our host for my husband's and my January 2014 stay. Not only was Steve a great host, available for help without being intrusive and friendly without being overbearing, he was a great cook. Our room was lovely and spotlessly clean, and the view from the breakfast area calm and serene. The location is close to Charleston, yet out of the hustle and bustle. This was a great choice.
Historic site, Suburban
Charleston, SC (CHS) 15 miles
Approximately 15 miles from the Airport. Take exit 28 then turn left onto Long Point Rd; go 2 miles, we are located on the left.
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, Boone Hall Plantation, Fort Moultrie, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Fireplace, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Phyllis and Steve Walterhouse
Save 20% Last Minute Special: Check-in within 2 days of booking and receive a 20% discount off the regular rate for the room requested. Two night minimum stay. Rates vary per room.(New Reservations; Excludes Cotton Room; Not valid with any other special package, pricing or Gift Certificates. Prepayment Required; Non-refundable.) 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. Be sure to mention B and B Hot Deal. Call for availability. 843-971-3683