LIVE LIKE A LOCAL
Available Sunday through Thursday, July 3 - September 1
Charlestonians love Lowcountry food & well-crafted libations.
Savor the Flavor Culinary Tours
A 2½ hour adventure into the history of Lowcountry food with
tastings of Charleston’s delicious specialties
~ OR ~
Brews Cruise Van Tour
A 4 hour local brewery bus tour of 3 places like Westbrook and Holy City with complimentary first flight tastings
Charlestonians love rocking on their Southern porches
Prosecco on the Porch
While relaxing, enjoy a chilled bottle of Prosecco and let’s just call it
Locals love grits.
Morning with Lowcountry crab quiche or evening with shrimp
and tasso gravy. Carry home a delicious stone-ground white grits
with Two Meeting’s grits recipe.
Locals love Pecans.
Pecans in our coffee? Why, yes! Local roasters created a smooth, buttery
Southern Pecan coffee. Perfect fit for pleasant living.
Repose and refresh in a luxurious guestroom.
Enjoy thee days, two nights in an elegantly appointed guestroom in the
Queen Anne Victorian mansion built in 1890. Our complimentary ammenity
package includes Southern breakfast and Lowcountry afternoon tea prepared
in-house, evening sherry, full concierge services and wireless internet.
Package rates beginning at $579
Here Comes Summer
Available Sunday through Thursday beginning July 3 through September 1, 2016
Come enjoy the water
Delight in an afternoon dolphin sail in Charleston Harbor Sail
aboard a three masted schooner, unwind in the gentle breezes,
enjoy the Holy City’s skyline from the water, see historic Fort Sumter
and watch the dolphins play.
Come enjoy champagne
A complimentary bottle of chilled champagne presented in a
silver ice bucket accompanied by two keepsake long stemmed
champagne flutes with the Inn's signature logo.
Come enjoy the beach
The Inn will provide beach chairs, towels, a beach bag,
an umbrella and a cooler for you to enjoy at one of three nearby beaches.
As always our amenities include:
Lowcountry afternoon tea and Southern breakfast prepared in-house,
evening sherry, full concierge services and complimentary wireless internet.
Package prices beginning at $545.
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, 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.
A seasonal arrangement of fresh flowers
to express your love
$99.00 24-hour notice is appreciated
June 28. Carolina Day.
Celebrates the victory of the Patriots during the Battle of Sullivan's Island
in 1776, the first major voctory of the Revolution.
10:00 a.m. commemoration by
Mayor John Tecklenburg at Washington Square
near the intersection of Broad and Meeting.
Church bells will ring at 11:30 a.m.
July 4. Sea Stars & Stripes.
Celebrate the 4th at the Aquarium with delicious
barbecue and locally brewed beer.
Complimentary 4-D movie. All-inclusive tickets are $60.
July 4. Yorktown Flight Deck Party
General admission with entertainment by
the East Coast Party Band is $40.
Food and drinks are available for purchase.
Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.
VIP admission for $110 includes a barbecue
dinner with complimentary drinks
from two bars and reserved seating with
excellent views of the fireworks.
July 10. Second Sunday on King.
On the second Sunday afternoon of every month,
cars are re-routed so that King Street between Calhoun and
Broad becomes a lively pedestrian fair with outdoor dining,
live music and special deals offered by popular King Street merchants.
July 15. Palette and Palate Stroll.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the French Quarter art galleries
where you can savor delicious appetizers from
some of the area's most popular restaurants
while appreciating Charleston's fine art.
Proceeds support local art programs. 5:30-7:30 p.m. $45 www.PaletteandPalateStroll.com