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TravelPod Member ReviewsKing George IV Inn Charleston
NC dem Zeigler House auf jeden Fall ein Absturz. Aber die Lage direkt in der Innenstandt an der Haupteinkaufsstrasse ist toll. das Haus ist noch älter, ca. 200 Jahre. Unser Zimmer ist nur einfach nicht so toll, da im Erdgeschoss und ziemlich dunkel mit einer lärmigen aber ineffektiven Klimaanlage. Dafür haben wir darußen eine nette Sitzecke.
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