CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA PROPERTY EST. 1853/1763 • NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK Two of Charleston’s most charming inns, the Kings Courtyard Inn and John Rutledge House Inn embody two distinct eras in the city’s history. John Rutledge, a signer of the U.S. Constitution and governor of South Carolina, built his home in 1763. Today, this Inn incorporates two carriage houses, plus the residence, which features graceful ironwork, carved marble fireplaces, and inlaid floors. The antebellum Kings Courtyard Inn is designed in Greek Revival style and features unusual Egyptian detailing. Built in 1853, it is one of King Street’s largest and oldest buildings. In the past, it has housed shops, private residences, and an inn that catered to plantation owners and merchants. The John Rutledge House Inn is one of only 15 homes still standing today that once belonged to signers of the U.S. Constitution. CONVERTED INN CHARMING SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR GREEK REVIVAL/PERIOD HOUSES AND ECLECTIC AMENITIES The John Rutledge House Inn with 19 non-smoking guestrooms offers turndown service. Kings Courtyard Inn has 41 non-smoking guestrooms, including 4 suites. Both with concierge service, wireless Internet access, and parking. Health club nearby. DINING Both inns provide complimentary Continental breakfast. Guests are welcome to dine at Circa 1886 at the inns’ sister property, Wentworth Mansion. LOCATION Both inns are in the heart of the historic district of Charleston, a city voted Top City in the U.S. by Condé Nast Traveler readers. Within walking distance to shopping, dining, and the best that Charleston has to offer. Charleston Int’l Airport: 12 miles, 20 minutes. 198 King Street/116 Broad Street Charleston, SC 29401 T 843.723.7000/843.723.7999
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