27 State Street Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews 27 State Street Bed and Breakfast Charleston
Travel Blogs from Charleston
... makes (should be able to hear it on the video). We had a bit of a rest once we got back and had dinner at McCrady’s for some contemporary Southern cuisine. The space was gorgeous and the food was great too. Later we had a drink at The Vendue Inn rooftop before calling it a night.
The next morning we walked to the farmers market at Marion Square. It was a really lovely little market with a great mix of things – food, veggies, biscuits and items for sale. ...
... strategies to minimize disruption to other traffic Before leaving the central area each tour driver takes a randomly generated number between 1 and 4 and so there’s never too many horses in one area – but nonetheless each route is well thought out to give everyone maximum exposure to the city’s sights. They also only allow a maximum of 20 carriages out at a time to minimize congestion. It was a fabulous tour ...
... alive and well in and around Charleston. They are EXPENSIVE ($$$-$$$$) but exquisite and very artistic My hand draws away from purchasing one but my heart says that this is a One Of a Kind keepsake. My practical side has won out SO Far! I buy some sweet grass roses as a memory instead.
The Gullah culture is promoted heavily in and around Charleston. My brochures on Charleston state that any discussion of ...
... haven't stopped. A wonderful thing. A thing to be missed on a long journey such as ours. Reunions are bliss. Having said that, we readily admit that this portion of our trip does not come without some need for adjustment. Some awkward feelings. Even some yearning for what we had, and now miss. With friends and family comes civilization. The cities. The rooms, the walls, the houses, the neighborhoods. Places we haven't spent much time in the past 10 months. Dare I say we have ...
... and usually, but not always, will have stringed instruments which include guitar, fiddle(violin), mandolin, banjo, and upright string bass. The evening was wonderful and we got every member of the group to sign their newest CD. By the way, Newberry, SC is a very charming small town with many restored/maintained beautiful historic buildings and homes.
Ninety Six National Historical Site, Ninety Six, South Carolina. In the fall ...