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We had a deal with Living Social, so it was about $100/night with tax, etc. Great location--very central to everything downtown--aside from horse lodging next door (bad odors as I read about on others' reviews). Neat little place, truly Charleston. TIGHT driveway (no exaggeration by...More
Very bad experience. My husband and I came to experience Southern hospitality and this place will not give it to you. Everything is rundown making it very unpleasant. The amount they charge to stay in this place is ridiculously expensive. The condition of this place...More
We have stayed at the Palmer Pinkney Inn eight times now and have thoroughly enjoyed each occasion. The Inn's central location renders all of downtown a stroll away. After so many visits we've had the opportunity to sample all of the rooms and have always...More
This is a quaint little inn located in an ok location. There is no typical B and B breakfast here...coffee, bagels, yogurt. Evidently they have a sister inn where you can go have breakfast. I prefer to have my breakfast where I stay. Parking is...More
My best friend and I stayed in the Bombay Room (two nights, three days), which was a perfect little space for us take a break from the heat and relax. Our room was clean and spacious, our hostess was helpful and welcoming, and the breakfast...More
US$179 - US$312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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