Palmer's Pinckney Inn is in a great location of historic Charleston. We could walk anywhere in the city. Rooms were beautifully decorated and comfortable. The only problem is not their fault - the trash truck collects trash between 5:30-6:00 each morning and is VERY loud. Wine and cheese is no longer offered in the afternoon.
Given our interest in antiques and history Charleston has become our favorite vacation spot. Ms. Vaughn gave us a tour of the antique and art sectors to help us plan efficient use of our time. After taking in all the local history we then retire to Ms. Vaughn's comfortable historic home. Except for Uber and cell phones we are able to experience, virtually unabated, that period when the basics of family, faith, and courtesies were fundamental to southern living. And in the morning be prepared for a marvelous breakfast that is better than you'll find in the restaurants! Thank-you dear Vaughn. You are a blessing to my wife and me! Brooks in Nashville
Imagine a lovely, dog-friendly inn with a very sweet, helpful and competent staff right in downtown Charleston - that’s Pinckney’s. We had a great stay and can’t wait to go back.
Our stay with Jack & Annelise was one of the most memorable stays we have ever had. They were attentive, charming, and their home is inviting and Charleston elegant. It is right off the battery within walking distance of home tours and restaurants with delicious food like Magnolia's on Bay St. Frannie the dog and Drifter the cat were boon companions at cocktail hour and breakfast. We couldn't have been more pleased and I recommend the Simmons to everyone.
We are repeat visitors and love staying with Phyllis and Steve at their Plantation Oaks. I would pick this over any hotel room. Enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning while sitting on the back deck overlooking the creek and marsh is a very relaxing experience. We look forward to our next stay.
The room was beautiful and well equipped. A good size kitchen, large bathroom and a comfortable living room. The breakfast that was made to our order every morning. I cannot recommend this place enough. The staff was friendly and attentive. I will be coming back.
We stayed in Suite D and were very pleased with everything. The room was gorgeous, the people very friendly and helpful and it's located in a quaint neighborhood with things to do only walking distance away. We'd go again.
I loved my stay at Da Noi. Located about 15 minutes from historic Charleston in the lovely community of Mt. Pleasant this bed and breakfast was a great find. The house has all modern conveniences with an old world atmosphere. My upstairs room was comfortable with a private bathroom just down the hall. Breakfast every morning was good with a choice of cereal, breads, fresh fruit, etc. There are many good restaurants and convenient shopping in the surrounding neighborhood, but you really need a car to stay here. Historic Charleston is an easy 15 minute drive and there is also easy access to the surrounding beaches and plantations. Thanks for a great visit!
Our family has traveled and stayed at many Bed & Breakfasts in the U.S. and abroad, and we cannot compare any to our stay here! We stayed at 15 Church St. in August of 2017 in the carriage house and absolutely loved it. We were treated with the most hospitality, as Jack and Annelise sat with us on the porch before breakfast, hosted the most wonderful social hours, and even offered to drive us around town to some of our dinner reservations and/or offered detailed directions. We felt included as family with them and their wonderful dogs as we got to know them throughout the day and the social hours! We have friends visiting Charleston and have already recommended this location!
From the moment I was greeted at the door until I left, staying at the Plantation Oaks Inn was incredible! My room was gorgeous, the food was delicious and the staff was as friendly as could be. HIGHLY recommend the Plantation Oaks Inn for anyone who is a bed and breakfast goer or someone like me, who stayed at a private inn for the very first time!
I was somewhat disappointed with the Palmer's Pinckney Inn. It was not made clear on booking that the Equestrian room was ground floor and positioned right on the mail road. Not only did this mean that we had the blinds closed all the time for privacy from passers-by, but also that it was incredibly noisy. The garbage collection vans started at 4am, then the stable next door had the Farrier in shoeing their horses. Very little sleep was possible. The room was also not as quaint and authentic as expected- frankly we have more original features such as coving in our own house. Bathroom was small and cold with a plug in fan heater. On arriving at 1pm, not being able to check in until 3.30pm it would have been nice to be told that Charleston had a Food Fair Event going on- which we did not discover until the next day. No information provided about things like boat trips, they seemed keener to tell you about their personal lives than anything helpful to experiencing Charleston.
My Girlfriend and I stayed at Plantation Oaks when we visited Charleston for weekend getaway . We stayed in Magnolia room The back yard is t a long dock through the marsh and with a lovely sitting area. We used to relax in the morning after the breakfast and it was lovely sight. Steve received us and provided with all the necessary information to get through the city and neighborhoods. The break fast is great and the breakfast room has nice view to creek. We had a great time staying at this place. I would definitely suggest this place if you are visiting Charleston area.