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    181 Church St, Charleston, SC, 29401-3122
    The price is $339 per night from Dec 11 to Dec 12
    per night
    Dec 11 - Dec 12
    4.5/5 Wonderful! (877 reviews)
    The Francis Marion Hotel

    The Francis Marion Hotel

    387 King St, Charleston, SC, 29403-6404
    The price is $189 per night from Dec 22 to Dec 23
    per night
    Dec 22 - Dec 23
    4.3/5 Excellent! (1,466 reviews)
    Town & Country Inn and Suites

    Town & Country Inn and Suites

    2008 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC, 29407-6286
    The price is $109 per night from Jan 2 to Jan 3
    per night
    Jan 2 - Jan 3
    4.6/5 Wonderful! (1,526 reviews)

Discover historic South Carolina when you stay at a Charleston bed and breakfast

Charleston SC is renowned for its rustic cobblestone streets and pristine sandy beaches. If you're looking for a vacation that’s packed with historical interest and a guaranteed warm Southern welcome, book a bed and breakfast vacation in Charleston.

About bed and breakfasts in Charleston

Charlestown bed and breakfast accommodation puts you within walking distance of some of the area’s most eye-catching attractions, shopping, and entertainment centres. And don’t worry about giving up life’s little luxuries on your stay; many Charleston bed and breakfast rooms are equipped with all the latest in modern facilities such as flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi. King-size beds and private bathrooms are also offered in some rooms.

What to do in Charleston

From the famous Bridge to Nowhere to the preserved natural beauty at Botany Bay, there’s plenty to see in Charleston SC. Down by the Bay you’ll find the vibrant art walk which is filled with new artists selling their work. When thirst beckons, check out the local craft breweries in the area or, if you have a thirst for culture, explore the Fort Sumter National Monument. This sea fort was once a battleground during the American Civil War.

Eating out

Fresh seafood is the local cuisine here in Charleston. For the very best, make a beeline for Hyman’s Seafood in the heart of the city where freshly-caught lobster and crawfish get the taste buds tingling. If you prefer something quick and easy, there are many beachfront eateries which serve up good quality food, too. To find these restaurants, simply follow signs to the French Quarter.


Every March, Marion Square becomes Charleston’s fashion hub when Charleston Fashion Week comes into town. Here you’ll find the latest designer wear from some of the finest up-and-coming fashion designers of the decade. Alternatively, if you prefer films over fashion, head to the Charleston International Film Festival which takes place every November.

Getting around

Making your way around Charleston is easy and affordable, with bus and transport links close to the city’s most popular bed and breakfast hotels. The most popular choice for getting around is walking, or you can rent a car if you need to travel a little further.