CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA PROPERTY EST. 1886 Completed in 1886, the Second Empire-style Wentworth Mansion offers a fine collection of antiques and a sumptuous atmosphere. The opulence of the Gilded Age was melded with the need to accommodate children and grandchildren to create Francis Silas Rodgers’ four-story private residence. Its elegant interiors are accented with wrought-iron ornamentation, handcarved and tin ceilings, parquet floors, Tiffany stained glass windows, and marble fireplaces. A winding staircase leads to the cupola and a spectacular, panoramic view of the city. Materials, artisans, and craftsmen from Europe were imported to create the mansion’s exquisite detailing. CONVERTED HOTEL LUXURIOUS SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR SECOND EMPIRE AMENITIES 21 non-smoking guestrooms, most with a fireplace. Each with a 2-person whirlpool bathtub, separate shower, king-size bed, cable TV, and wireless Internet access. Library, sunrooms, concierge, business services, spa services, and complimentary parking. Off-site health club. DINING Southern breakfast, afternoon hors d’oeuvres with wine, and evening cordials are included in the room rate. Circa 1886 offers contemporary cuisine influenced by Charleston’s rich history and a menu that changes seasonally. LOCATION In Charleston’s historic district, at Smith and Wentworth Streets, in a city voted Top City in the World by Condé Nast Traveler readers. Near Fort Sumter National Monument, Magnolia Plantation gardens, area beaches, and the King Street shopping district. Charleston Int’l Airport: 12 miles, 20 minutes. 149 Wentworth Street Charleston, SC 29401 T 843.853.1886
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