The Best Bed-and-Breakfasts Charleston Has to Offer

Planning a trip to Charleston this summer? Instead of staying in a larger hotel, consider trying out a Bed-and-Breakfast!

Charleston is full of beautiful historic homes, and many of them have been transformed into Bed-and-Breakfasts. These homes are perfect for the visitor looking to experience Charleston’s charm and hospitality at its best, making you feel right at home in the Holy City. After a few nights in these houses, you won’t want to leave!

The Society House

Located at Society and King Streets, this charming inn offers a central location to all of Charleston’s finest amenities. Short-term and long-term rooms are available, complete with a full kitchen, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and large windows. You’ll feel as if you’re visiting someone’s home, and not a hotel room at The Society House.


Historic 86 Church Street Bed and Breakfast

Enjoy the charm of life South of Broad street at this popular B&B. This home was built in 1783, and is run by one of Charleston’s oldest families. You will be within walking distance of the Harbor, Battery Park, and many of Charleston’s oldest and most beautiful homes.


The Elliott House Inn The charming Elliott House Inn is located on Queen Street, in one of Charleston’s most beautiful and historic neighborhoods. You will be within walking distance of some of Charleston’s best restaurants, including Husk, Poogan’s Porch, and 82 Queen, as well as the Dock Street Theatre and most of the city’s art galleries.


The Barksdale House

The Barksdale House is an old family home located in the historic section of George Street. You will be just a few blocks away from the South Carolina Aquarium, the College of Charleston Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, and the shops on King Street.



Where is your favorite place to stay when visiting Charleston?