We spent 2 nights at this B&B and would do so again. It is a lovely old building with wonderful verandahs to enjoy on hot summer days. Our room was on the third floor (there is no elevator) but was spacious, nicely decorated and quiet. However, it did not have an ensuite and so we had to share a (very small) bathroom with the other guest room on the floor. The location is excellent for exploring historic Charleston and close to good shopping on King Street. Off-street parking is available at the rear of the building. Charlene gave us a wonderful warm welcome when we arrived, and a hug when we left. She also provided excellent advice on where to eat and how best to get around the city.
- Also Known As:
- King George Iv Hotel
- King George Iv Hotel Charleston
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Step into the past and feel the history of Charleston around you." King George IV Inn is a 200-year old (c.1790)historic home. The House is named The "Peter Freneau House", after a prominent Charleston journalist, and Co-owner of the Charleston City Gazette. The Inn is a four-story Federal style house, with Charleston porches over-looking a lovely courtyard. All rooms are furnished with a nice combination of antiques and reproductions. King George IV Inn is located in the heart of the historic district. One minute walk to King Street shopping and dining and only a five minute walk to the historic market. ... more less