ABOUT THE ROMANTIC CHARLESTON SC INN
Overlooking historic Charleston’s prestigious South Battery at White Point Gardens, Two Meeting Street Inn is a Charleston SC inn that proudly invites you to share the romance and heritage of the celebrated Charleston bed and breakfast. When you experience this romantic inn in Charleston, South Carolina, you will discover why one writer proclaimed "On a scale of one to ten for elegance, Two Meeting Street is at least a twelve.”
Here are just a few representative accolades from visitors to our Charleston SC inn:
“Our only problem was that Two Meeting Street was so lovely, we had to force ourselves out onto the streets of Charleston.” – Guest from Michigan, July 2009
“Of all the Charleston inns, Two Meeting Street is our favorite. Just a special experience.” – Guest from Asheville, North Carolina, April 2009
AMONG CHARLESTON INNS, TWO MEETING STREET HAS RECEIVED THE COVETED "READERS CHOICE" DESIGNATION OF SOUTHERN LIVING MAGAZINE MORE THAN ANY OTHER.
"When it comes to romantic experiences in historic Charleston, Two Meeting Street Inn is without equal. When it was completed in 1892, this lovely Queen Anne mansion became a father's generous wedding gift to his daughter. From Southern rockers on the famous arched piazza, guests at Number 2 Meeting Street Inn enjoy the sea breezes while gazing upon century-old live oaks and the historic Charleston Harbor beyond. The Charleston inn's sweeping vista is perfect for an intimate conversation, a garden courtyard breakfast or sumptuous afternoon tea with friends. Summertime in Charleston, South Carolina is the ideal time to enjoy peach iced tea or lemonade and spend the day relaxing on the porch and gazing at the water just beyond the park, captivated by your home away from home, Two Meeting Street Charleston bed and breakfast."
OF ALL THE CHARLESTON SC INNS, ONLY TWO MEETING STREET WAS NAMED "ROMANTIC HIDEAWAY 2009" BY DISCERNING TRAVELER
"Located in the heart of the Charleston historic district, the Inn is ideally situated a few steps from the Battery waterfront, and just a few blocks from fine dining, the Old Market, museums, antique stores, and all Spoleto venues. Guests are enticed by Tiffany stained glass windows, ornate carved English oak woodwork, crystal chandeliers and the Spell family's unparalleled Southern hospitality."