This was.my first time staying at this inn. I've seen ads in Southern Living Magazine since the 90s. It's located in a former paper mill. The wooden beans and flooring are beautiful. The inn is located a bit away from the hustle and bustle of Meeting Street- though it's just a 5 min. walk away. I stayed here on business and again, was desperate for a place to state. It was the week of the Southeast Wildlife conference and most places were booked. I got luck, as there was a cancellation. I had a corner room, with a comfy bed with white linens and a spacious living room. The inn is right across the street from a Harris Teeter grocery store.
There aren't many shops near this inn, as it is tucked away in a neighborhood.
The interiors are well done in the traditional style fitting an inn. Apparently the mother-and-daughter team and inn owners, who also live in Charleston, handle all interior decorating.
My only concern was a slight odor. Most noses won't puck it up, but b/c of the rain, it was more prominent.
All in all, I'd stay here again.
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