Our newly-renovated apartment, the 'Queen of Hearts’, is ideal for a group of up to four who want to have a fun & entertaining stay in Downtown Charleston! With a cozy interior & outdoor porch, and 1 off street parking space. Only a 5-min walk to King St. with its great shops & restaurants. Great for big sized parties, special occasions, or for anyone seeking a fun-filled group vacation!
Our two-bedroom apartment has been recently renovated and has a stylish, updated interior. With large windows throughout, the rooms are bathed in natural light and are bright and welcoming. The main space is a great place to relax and socialize with other guests. The property features:
A fully-equipped, modern kitchen. A desk to finish work on.
A living area with a TV and comfy sofa.
Two bedrooms, one with a King-size bed, and one with a queen-size bed. Both bedrooms have built in closet space.
There is one Full bathroom that was completely renovated with a sliding glass install.
Our house is located in the heart of Downtown Charleston, a beautiful historic area that’s a delight to walk around. Just a short walk from the house you’ll find many grand historic buildings including the Ashley Hall school, built in 1909, and the Waring Historical Library with its distinctive castle-like turrets, constructed in 1894.
If you like shopping, the house is only a 5-minute walk from King Street, considered to be the ‘Rodeo Drive’ of Charleston because of its great selection of shops, from high-end clothing boutiques to quirky antique shops and book stores. There’s plenty to keep you entertained here day and night, with many art galleries, cafés, restaurants and bars. Go for a stroll in the day and enjoy the people watching, followed by a cocktail in one of the many trendy bars and perhaps then a live music gig. This is a great place to stay if you want to be very close to the best entertainment and nightlife Charleston has to offer!
The house is only a short walk from Marion Square, a fun park where there is always lots going on, including a farmers’ market every Saturday in the summer. Go for a stroll and view work by local artists - who display their work at weekends - , play Frisbee or sit or socialize with the passers-by, including students from the nearby College of Charleston, dog walkers and tourists. The Charleston Museum, America’s first museum built in 1773, is also close to here and is a great place to visit if you want to learn about the natural and cultural history of the South Carolina Lowcountry.