My husband and I stayed at King George Oct 3-5. Good location. Nice cozy room. The breakfast was a joke. It was self serve. Very disappointing. For the money that Debra & Terry charge, we should have been waited on and pampered. Getting the food and cleaning up was tacky. I felt like I was at a Motel 6 not a fancy B & B. Had to pay for sodas and water. That sould have been included in our fee. The waffles were frozen, talk about lame! While the guests were eating, Terry just sat on the counter and watched. Creepy! He did not offer to do anything. When I checked in, I asked Debra, if I could have pancakes and she said she would let me know. Never heard. Great customer service! Yeah, right! Speaking of Debra, I only saw her once. She did not even tell us good bye or thank us for staying.
The young girl who is the office manger and the housekeeper who works on weekdays were very friendly and helpful.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Step into the past and feel the history of Charleston around you." King George IV Inn is a 200-year old (c.1790)historic home. The House is named The "Peter Freneau House", after a prominent Charleston journalist, and Co-owner of the Charleston City Gazette. The Inn is a four-story Federal style house, with Charleston porches over-looking a lovely courtyard. All rooms are furnished with a nice combination of antiques and reproductions. King George IV Inn is located in the heart of the historic district. One minute walk to King Street shopping and dining and only a five minute walk to the historic market. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- King George Iv Hotel Charleston