John Rutledge House Inn Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina
This accommodation in Charleston is in the historical district of the city. The John Rutledge House Inn Charleston is near King Street and Broad Street, so it is within walking distance of all that Charleston has to offer. Tour the area’s lovely historic homes, grand gardens, and many churches. The City Market area is popular with vacationers, or guests may visit any of the numerous restaurants and shops in the area. The John Rutledge House Inn Charleston can be easily accessed from the Charleston International Airport. There are four non-smoking suites, 19 non-smoking standard rooms, and two rooms for guests with disabilities. All guestrooms at the John Rutledge House Inn Charleston offer air conditioning, alarm clocks, bathrobes, cable television, free local calls, hairdryers, irons, refrigerators, and high-speed Internet access. The John Rutledge House Inn Charleston has gone to great lengths to preserve the inn’s original architectural character. The restoration has brought to life the eighteenth century architecture, such as the Italian marble fireplaces, plaster moldings, and the old ironwork. This Southern home is truly a part of history, and the innkeepers try to exude the hospitality that is famous in Charleston. John Rutledge, a signer of the US Constitution, constructed the home in 1763.