*We are thrilled to say this home was recently used to film a reality TV show called the "Relative Race" but if not available check out one of our other homes.
*Voted #1 Travel Destination City in the US in 2018 and #10 in the World
*Voted most Romantic city by readers of *Travel+Leisure magazine
*Voted Best Food City in the United States by readers of Conde Nast Traveler
*Voted One of Top wedding places by Bride Magazine
*Located just 27-35 minutes from downtown Charleston and Charleston's great beaches, come see what all the fuss is about!
*Self check in home via electronic lock. In fact you most likely will not even see us during your stay.
*USB charges in every room
*Large back yard
Free parking for up to 2 cars
*Recently re-modeled and updated
*Covered front porch with rocking chairs
*Large fenced backyard with patio
*Roku Smart TV's in living room and master bedroom
*Netflix, Amazon Prime, Comcast Xfinity with local channels
*Travertine tile and vessel sink with private half bath off the master bedroom.
The Holy City is best known for historical beauty, secret gardens, a steeple-rich skyscape, and outlying plantations predating the Civil War. Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens. Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week.
Much of the port city’s allure lies in constant reinvention and little surprises (like free-range guinea hens clucking up and down Legare Street, sous chefs flying by on skateboards heading into work, or Citadel cadets honking their bagpipes on sidewalks in summertime).
If you haven’t made a visit to Charleston in the last decade, there are huge chunks of the city you would hardly recognize, particularly so-called “Upper King” (the stretch above Calhoun), which swarms with an ever-growing number of craft eateries, creative cocktail venues, thriving restaurants, and new hotels.
Take a hard left on Spring, and you’ll stumble on charcuterie nook Artisan Meat Share, Asian fusion darling Xiao Bao Biscuit, or the stylishly retro ice cream and hot dog joint Parlor Deluxe.
Charleston’s cultural and culinary scene has exploded citywide, giving way to cutting-edge new galleries, boutiques, bake shops, breweries, distilleries, and coffee shops, not just in downtown, but in suburban and beachfront venues, too.
King Street, the main shopping thoroughfare, regularly shuts off to traffic and becomes a walking mall, where locals stroll their pets (from poodles to miniature pigs), listen to live music, and sip wine on sidewalk tables.
Winter brings oyster roasts, camellia blossoms, and January’s restaurant week.
Spring brings the SEWE wildlife festival, Charleston’s annual Wine + Food Festival, and tours of houses and gardens, all amidst the heady scents of wisteria, jasmine, and magnolia blossoms.
Spoleto (Charleston’s international arts and performance festival) kicks off summer with a bang, followed by barbecues, fried chicken, wine and art strolls, craft brew tastings on open patios, creekside shrimp and crab boils, and plenty of beach time.
Fall ushers in horse and hound gatherings at Middleton Place, the Southern Ground Music and Food Festival, the Lowcountry Field Feast, and another semi-annual tour of homes and gardens.
There are so many facets to this thriving city: waterways, beaches, plantation retreats, cypress groves, bird sanctuaries, golf, and downtown venues. Even locals haven’t exhausted all there is to do here, so plan on returning again and again to make new discoveries and revisit favorites.