True B&B in Walking Distance of Slave Market
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- Pets considered:No
- Wheel chair accessible:No
Charleston bed and breakfast description
This gracious, historic mansion was built in 1813, and is an excellent example of a classic Charleston single house. It is within easy walking distance of King Street antique shops, the Market area, other house museums, and boats to Fort Sumter and the aquarium.
The Murray Suite features 12 foot tall ceilings and an original (now non-working) fireplace, a queen sized four poster mahogany bed and oriental rugs make the bedroom beautiful and comfortable.
Also for your exclusive use is the sitting room adjoining The Murray Suite, which provides a charming and quiet place to curl up with a book from the owners collection, or for relaxing.
The dramatic bath features a jacuzzi tub, very large shower and double sinks. The famous bath was designed for the 1990 Charleston Symphony Orchestra Designer House, and retains its charm and sophistication.
We provide wifi access for you to work and check email while in residence. You will have access to the salon front room of the mansion for reading the morning paper, or cocktails in the afternoon. Each morning you will be invited to the formal dining room for a full southern breakfast prepared specially for you.
There is a balcony porch with comfortable wicker chairs and sofas and a Pawleys Island hammock for your exclusive use to read and relax.
Keywords: The Murray Suite, bed and breakfast, carriage house, Charleston
- Bed And Breakfast
- Not Suitable For Children
- Minimum Age Limit For Renters
- Alternative Lifestyle
- Pets Not Allowed
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom, Sleeps 2, Beds for 2
- Queen size Beds (1)
Bathrooms: 1 Bathroom
- Air Conditioning
- Parking Off Street
- Linens Provided
- The Murray Suite is located on George Street in the heart of the historic district in Old Ansonborough in Charleston. Guests have access to the salon for afternoon cocktails or gatherings, a home made southern breakfast each morning in the formal dining room, a sitting room, spacious bathroom with jacuzzi tub, and porch overlooking the garden with a Pawleys Island hammock for relaxing overlooking the gardens....moreless
- Satellite / Cable
- Wireless Internet
Pool & Spa
- Jetted Tub
- Deck / Patio
- Lanai / Gazebo
- Horseback Riding
- Health/Beauty Spa
- Live Theater
- Wildlife Viewing
- Sight Seeing
- Miniature Golf
ReviewsWrite a review
Jack Murray made us feel like part of the family.
Jack Murray made us feel like part of the family.
Me and my wife had a short escape from Savannah, Ga to take a nice break in Charleston, SC and we found this B&B on this site. Unfortunately we did not get to meet Mr. Murray's wife as she was out of town, however he was very cordial, funny and we loved our breakfasts he made for us and were well fed to start our days of exploring the city. We had fun listening to stories about the history of the city, to his time as a priest and also his family. He hope we are able to stay again. By the way throw his dog a pancake and you have a friend for life! Also the house is beautiful. A nice whirlpool tub big enough for 2 and an upstairs porch with a sweet hammock and perfect for a nice beer and cigar. Side note....if you happen to be downtown and a tour company offers to give you free gift cards and want you to go to a meeting...IT IS A TIMESHARE PRESENTATION....YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!!!
- Guest Hugh Gaddy (Savannah, Ga)
- Date of stay 03/16/12
- Review Submitted 03/18/12
Recommended for: Sightseeing, tourists without a car, girls getaway, families with young children, romantic getaway, age 55+, families with teenagers.
December, January, Febuary - $195 per night, $1365 per week March, April, May, June - $220 per night, $1540 per week July, August - $195 per night, $1365 per week September, October, November - $220 per night, $1540 per week Add $100 cleaning fee per week,and 4% b&b tax Monthly rates upon request
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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About: The innkeepers are native Charlestonians and love sharing information and history about Charleston, as well as tales of some of our more infamous characters.
The Unique Benefits at this Bed And Breakfast:
Living in history is not only comfortable but gorgeous while staying with us at The Murray Suite. Though all the restaurants, art galleries, shopping and antiques are just outside the mansion, you will be tempted to just stay inside or on the porch and enjoy a gracious stay in our lovely, historic city.
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The Mansion house
Fountain in the garden
Porch accessing the interior front door and the foyer
The formal dining room for your authentic Southern breakfast
The queen sized bed in The Murray Suite
Period antiques and oriental rugs
Comfort awaits you in the sitting room of The Murray Suite
The bath features a jacuzzi tub and large walk in shower
Private drive leading to off street parking for your car
Formal salon for reading the paper in the morning or cocktails in the afternoons
View into The Murray Suite
Original fireplace (non-working)
Private sitting room for you to read and relax
Entrance to the sumptious and famous Murray Suite bath
Your private porch with comfortable furniture and hammock for relaxing away
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