Come, relive the charm of the past. Sip mint tea and relax in a rocker on the piazza of this Victorian home. You'll enjoy watching the horse-drawn carriages as they pass with guides sharing the secrets of days gone by. The house is located in the prestigious South of Broad Historic Area where evenings are quiet and safe for walking. Homemade cookies will be waiting in your room when you arrive. The rooms, with their brass & iron beds, braided rugs over heart of pine floors, quilts, and antiques give a comfortable feel. Maps, brochures, menus, etc. are available as well as many other amenities!
4.4 on February 17, 2014
Nice room with a private entrance and bath. Generous, well-prepared breakfast. A good value for a perfect location. Tradd is a quiet street of lovely homes, tucked just a block off of Broad. Perfect place to stay and experience historic Charleston.
3.6 on June 18, 2012
I believe the hostess must be reading these reviews as we had no complaints. Plenty of breakfast and she made a point of asking if we wanted more each day. The place is clean and full of character. Yes, you have to take your shoes off in your room, but it that really so hard? She has a floor rug right at the door for you to stand on as you do this.
2.8 on May 03, 2012
Our first visit to Charleston, and the Inn was a good place to begin our adventure. The Innkeeper had lots of good tips for eating and touring, and the room was clean and neat with a comfortable bed. A pleasant, if unspectacular place to stay, with an excellent location..
5 on May 01, 2011
My husband and I were looking forward to our stay in historical Charleston. The Country Victorin Bed and Breakfast on Tradd Street was our choice. We had a wonderful time! We felt close to Diane Weed, the innkeeper, the moment we chatted with her. She reminded us of our sweet aunt. Diane was a retired teacher, she lived in Japan & Hawaii, and she loved baking cookies. We arrived a bit late Sunday night in April but Diane was waiting for us concerned whether we had gotten lost or not. Next, we followed her up to a country Victorian decorated room which intrigued us. We couldn't stop talking about each antique. Because we take off our shoes at our house, having to do that in her house made us feel right at home. We had shoes going 3/4th up the stairway. As she showed us around, she also introduced activities of interests as well as various restaurant ideas. The brochures and maps left in our room were extremely helpful. The location of this bed & breakfast was perfect (in the historic district, close to museums, restaurants, stores, antiques shops, and tennis courts), quiet (we loved the gas lamps outside), and safe (even late at night). Every person we met in town offered information of favorite places to visit or eat. Breakfast on the piazza was delicious, filling, and enjoyable as we cheerfully connected with Diane each morning. Diane's suggestions were accommondating and thorough. She even made phone calls for us for different historical tours. Our room was always clean and Diane's nice touch of leaving snacks added to our cozy environment. We loved the tours that explained the preservation and history of Charleston. The beaches were about 20 - 30 minutes away. The plantations were larger than we expected. You see, this town absolutely captivated us and we can't wait to return. That includes returning to Diane's Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast.
2.2 on April 09, 2011
Rooms: musty, although clean; not one comfortable place to sit and relax; many, many rules are posted throughout the rooms; heat was not available for a night that dipped down to low 40's; be sure to request bath mat for the slippery tub; shoes may not be worn inside - take care on the steep, slippery staircase! Service: breakfast time is rigid; request for 10 minutes earlier was refused Dining: light, tasty breakfasts; if you are a big eater this won't work for you; did find a half of a toothpick in my breakfast sandwich. That was a nasty bite!
South of Broad, main historic district, City, Downtown, Small town
Charleston, SC (CHS) 15 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Historic House Tours, Theatre, 230 restaurants within walking distance, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Harbor cruises, Dinner Marina, Walking tours, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Menus/brochures, flowers in season
Diane Deardurff Weed
I'm a former teacher who enjoys quilting, collecting antiques, reading, cooking, historic preservation, and visiting with guests.
I love baking, especially different kinds of cookies, so you will be surprised with one of my special kinds of cookies awaiting you upon arrival.