We recently stayed at Palmer's Pinckney Inn and had a great experience there. The Inn was mentioned in The New York Times in an article on how to experience Charleston on the cheap and it did not disappoint. The two Innkeepers were extremely helpful and provided us with great recommendations and information. We stayed in the Cottage Room which was charming, clean and well kept. The kitchen was always stocked with snacks and beverages and was tidy as well. We found the Inn to be ideally located in the heart of Charleston within a short walk of the market, restaurants, bars, and many other cultural amenities. We researched several other bed & breakfasts in Charleston and couldn't find anything even remotely close to the reasonable price of Palmer's Pinckney Inn. We were surprised to read some of the negative reviews on this site by a few previous guests; it sounds like many of their expectations were unreasonable for an affordable B&B and they would have been better suited at a high-end hotel or B&B. However, if you're looking for a modest bed & breakfast with value and charm, we would highly recommend this Inn.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are located right in the heart of downtown Charleston! Convenient for walking to shopping and dining spots. Pet friendly in 3 of our rooms! 4 rooms with kings size beds and working fireplaces. All private baths, 2 rooms with jacuzzi tubs. Access to kitchen, continental breakfast, refreshments available. Plus, homemade muffins, cookies and other goodies. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Palmer`s Pinckney Hotel Charleston