Oh What FUN- Charleston! 2016
Sunday – Wednesday
Sunday, November 27-Wednesday, December 21
The Inn sparkles like a jewel for the holidays. Enjoy two nights in a beautifully appointed luxurious guestroom in the Queen Anne Victorian mansion circa 1890. Your stay includes our complimentary amenity package: A Hot Southern breakfast, a gracious Lowcountry afternoon tea, an evening cream sherry, professional concierge services and complimentary wireless internet.
Tommy Dew’s Walking History Tour
Oh what FUN ! To join Tommy Dew as you explore the history, architecture, and cultural heritage of one of America’s most charming cities. A Southern Living favorite.
A Two Meeting Street Christmas Ornament
Oh what FUN ! To decorate your tree with a sand dollar Christmas ornament of the verandas of Two Meeting Street – a beautiful holiday adornment to hang on that special Christmas tree for years to come.
Southern Pecan Coffee
Oh what FUN ! To wake up to the aroma of Southern Pecan Coffee. Who can resist? Absolutely no one. A guest all-time favorite. A 12oz buttery and rich fresh roasted pecan blend.
~ Rates start at $459 for a two night stay ~
Merry Happy Joyful Holiday Package 2016
Sunday, November 27 – Wednesday, December 21
The Luxury of an elegant Christmas package. Two nights in a beautifully appointed luxurious guestroom in the Queen Anne Victorian mansion, circa 1890. A 12 foot Frasier fir decked out in traditional white lights, red velvet ribbons, and elegant ornaments contributes to the joyful atmosphere.
Merry: Two tickets for a one hour, fully narrated, public horse-drawn carriage tour through the streets of historic Charleston. Your guide will recount the vibrant tale of the city's exquisite history with wit, knowledge and humor.
Happy: $100 gift certificate to High Cotton, Hall’s Chophouse, or Slightly North of Broad. A passionate band of chefs, food lovers, wine enthusiasts, farmers and fishermen dedicated to sharing distinctive culinary experiences that celebrate Southern hospitality.
Joyful: A bottle of chilled champagne in a silver ice bucket awaits you in your elegant guestroom. What a perfect way to start your celebration!
Our gracious amenity package: A full hot Southern breakfast each morning, Lowcountry afternoon tea enjoyed on the veranda, evening sherry to end the day, and professional concierges to arrange your itinerary and make your tour and restaurant reservations. Also includes complimentary modern amenities of wireless internet access, and high definition cable flat screen televisions.
~ Rates start at $569 for a two night stay ~
Divine Romance Package
Champagne - A chilled bottle of French Rosé sparkling wine
presented in a silver ice bucket accompanied by two keepsake
long stem champagne flutes with the Inn’s signature logo
Red Roses - In a glass vase, a creative arrangement of six red roses,
the traditional symbol of love and romance
Public Carriage Ride - Tour through the historic district in a
public horse-drawn carriage.
Enjoy a 25-30 block tour and see historic gardens and antebellum houses.
The very best way to see the city
Chocolates - To enjoy together, a silver tray generously filled
with chocolate dipped strawberries,
white chocolate fudge and dark chocolate sherry bars.
$145 24-hour notice is requested
Love is all you need- Romance Package
But she (or he!) really wants a Romance Package.
Presented in an elegant silver ice bucket, a chilled bottle of sparkling champagne for the two of you to share.
Toast your love with the Inn's signature long stemmed champagne flutes. Yours to keep!
Fresh seasonal flowers beautifully arranged as an expression of your love.
$99.00 24-hour notice is appreciated
November 11-January 1. Holiday Festival of Lights.
Each year, families create lasting memories at the Holiday Festival of Lights. Millions of multicolored lights illuminate the sky throughout 52 enchanting nights. Journey through three miles of over 700 magical light displays of all shapes and sizes. Park your car and enjoy family activities, shopping, food, and entertainment!
November 18-December 11. My Fair Lady.
An English professor makes a bet that he can transform a Cockney flower girl into a lady, in Lerner and Loewe’s musical adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion. This intimate, two-piano version, promises to illuminate the story in ways you haven’t heard before. Woolfe Street Playhouse.
November 25-December 23. Progressive Dinner.
A much-beloved holiday tradition is back this November and December. For the 31st year in a row, Circa 1886 restaurant and Charming Inns will play host to the "Charleston Holiday Progressive Dinner," a festive evening where diners journey by carriage to three different locations.
December 1,2,3. A Yuletide Madrigal Feast.
Renaissance entertainment & feast fit for royalty with the College of Charleston Madrigal Singers. Randolph Hall, CofC Campus.
December 2, 10, 16, 26 & 30 @ 7:00pm
Sound of Charleston at the Circular Congregational Church
Hear the city's history in music from gospel to Gershwin. Holiday songs of the period included as well as hot cider & cookies with the cast.
December 2. Artwalk.
Experience the Charleston Gallery Association Artwalk with over 40 Art Galleries participating.The galleries showcase local, regional and national artists' works including those of landscape, Lowcountry, realism, contemporary, abstract natures, and photography.
December 3 @ 5:00 & 8:00pm
Charleston Jazz Orchestra presents
Holiday Swing at the Charleston Music Hall
Some of the most talented musicians in South Carolina, led by music director and conductor Charlton Singleton
December 5. Candlelight Christmas Concert.
Sacred and traditional holiday music performed by the College's Concert Choir.
Cathedral of St. Luke and St. Paul; 7:30pm
December 12. A Celtic Christmas.
Traditional and Celtic infused holiday music performed by Na Fidleiri & Taylor Festival Choir of the College of Charleston.
Circular Congregational Church; 7:00pm
November 30- December 18
Thursday- Sunday @ 7:30pm
White Christmas at the Dockstreet Theatre
A holiday classic based upon the Paramount Pictures film. Music and lyrics by Irving Berlin.