149 Wentworth Street
CIRCA 1886 RESTAURANT is a fine dining restaurant located on the grounds of the stunning Wentworth Mansion, Circa 1886 serves a seasonal menu with a focus on local product, high quality ingredients and Southern flavors. Executive Chef Marc Collins puts his own forward-thinking spin on traditional Lowcountry dishes and the result is food that is both modern and comforting.
HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT GROUP, INC. encompasses two celebrated dining destinations in Charleston, each showcasing interpretations of Lowcountry cuisine to an unparalleled level. Magnolias ignited a culinary renaissance upon opening in 1990 and continues as a forerunner in upscale Southern cuisine, and Blossom highlights the Lowcountry's best seafood through dishes sourced from area fishermen and farmers.
387 King Street
In the historic Francis Marion overlooking Marion Square. Classic Southern cuisine for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Specialties emphasize local fruits & vegetables blended with the beloved flavors of the South. Known for award winning Shrimp & Grits and just-picked ingredients for farmers market themed dinners.
21 East Battery
This privately-owned luxury bed and breakfast is nestled within the urban compound of Charleston’s historic 1825 Edmondston-Alston House, one of the first dwellings constructed along the High Battery facing Charleston Harbor. Here in what were once the stables, carriage house and slave quarters, guests enjoy newly refurbished luxury suites and amenities.
Nowhere will you receive a warmer welcome than at Belmond Charleston Place. Nestled in the historic district, this gorgeous retreat feels like home away from home with newly renovated luxury accommodations, full-service spa, the private Club Level,rooftop pool, and award-winning diningVisit Website
CHARMING INNS is a collection of 4 unique inns all located in the historic district. We offer an enchanting blend of history and hospitality, culture and cuisine, art and architecture, warmth and grace that serve as comfort and ease to our guests.
843.723.7000 or 1.800.845.6119
387 King Street
Member Historic Hotels of America, 12-story landmark located at Marion Square, has unmatched views of the city and harbor. 235 elegantly appointed guest rooms & suites with triple sheet bedding, relaxing day spa, parking, fitness center, Starbucks™ and gift shop. The Swamp Fox Restaurant & Bar offers classic Southern fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
843.722.0600 or 877.756.2121
55 Broad Street
Experience the old world of Charleston by staying in a carriage house with lovely walled gardens or a luxury apartment in the Historic District, just minutes from shops, restaurants, and the Market area. Furnished, fully equipped monthly rentals are also available for 30 days or more. Call Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm. Photos available. Email email@example.com
843.722.6606 or 800.743.3583
64 Hasell Street
Begin an elegant tradition: stay in a Greek Revival mansion built in 1843. The Jasmine House provides true southern comfort. We offer shady piazzas and a courtyard to relax in after a long day of touring. Centrally located in a Charleston neighborhood. Enjoy our breakfast & afternoon wine and cheese service. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
843.577.0041 or 888.913.0488
1 Maiden Lane
Centrally located only steps away from the Historic City Market, the Indigo Inn features 18th century charm and 21st century amenities. Experience the best of both worlds as you relax in our open-air courtyard. Our signature “Hunt” breakfast and wine and cheese service are included in all tariffs. For more information, email email@example.com.
843.577.5900 or 800.845.7639
173 Meeting Street
Look no further! Distinctive lodging in ideal location with period décor & four-poster rice beds, oriental rugs, hardwood floors, walled garden courtyard with relaxing spa. Tariffs include deluxe continental breakfast & afternoon refreshments. We are proud to uphold Charleston’s longstanding tradition of gracious hospitality. 20% DISCOUNT Sunday - Thursday if you mention this ad when you make your reservation.
132 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29401,
69 Morris Street, Suite 101, Charleston, SC 29403,
309 Coleman Boulevard, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Especially for today’s homebuyers and sellers, The Cassina Group is Charleston’s innovation-driven real estate firm, with a proven reputation for delivering stronger results through leading-edge technology and building lasting relationships.
19 Exchange Street
As the leading locally owned luxury real estate agency, the Carriage Properties team specializes in the sale of historic, waterfront and beachfront properties in Charleston. Our success comes from a team of agents with unmatched experience, professionalism and determination. Let us share our experience and passion for Charleston with you.
33 Broad Street
A family company serving Charleston for over 30 years — ours is a legacy of customer service, professionalism, and ethics above all else. Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty is where local expertise meets global exposure, representing prestigious historic and waterfront properties. Find out how our team of full time experienced agents can help make your Charleston dream home a reality today.
Gold Creations in the historic Charleston Market has been charming visitors and locals for over 42 years. Our collections stem from rich, local history including Charleston Charms, Rice Beads, and Charleston Gates. Every trip to Charleston should include an outing to the Market. Visit Gold Creations and take home a piece of Charleston.Visit Website
188 Market Street
108 Meeting Street
The Shops of Historic Charleston Foundation feature Charleston-inspired jewelry, gifts, furnishings, home accessories and the city’s largest selection of local books, including culture, cuisine, gardens and history. 2 locations, 188 Market Street in the historic Charleston Market and 108 Meeting Street (location of the Festival Ticket Office.)
Experience the music that defines Charleston's history--gospel, Gershwin, Civil War songs, jazz, and light classics ---coming to life in historic Circular Congregational Church in live 75-minute concerts. Frommer's Travel Guide says, "best night out in the city..a must see performance. See website for schedule.Visit Website
48 Elizabeth St
With an expansive house and back lot, including slave quarters, kitchen and carriage block, the Aiken-Rhett property (1820) survives as one of the best preserved collections of 19th-century domestic buildings in the nation. The house offers a compelling portrait of its former owners, Governor and Mrs. William Aiken and the enslaved people who labored on the property.
51 Meeting St
One of the finest neoclassical dwellings in the country, the Nathaniel Russell House, c. 1808 is fully restored to the time of its original owners, the Nathaniel Russell Family. Featuring a threestory free-flying staircase, exquisite furnishings, textiles and wall finishes of the period, the house speaks to the wealth of early Charleston’s elite.