Kings Courtyard Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Kings Courtyard Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Kings Courtyard Inn Charleston
Travel Blogs from Charleston
... of the Draytons and owned still by the same family. Both places had huge live oaks, so called because they are green all year, absolutely dripping with Spanish moss- it looks so cool, especially when close to the water.The land that remains at Magnolia has many swamps full of alligators, lots of birds and a grand mansion, built in the late 1800's. And huge cyprus trees growing right on the water's edge with "knees" (extra roots) growing up into ...
... been here we went to downtown Charleston and took a small tour van around the city. Lots of beautiful homes and interesting history of the Revolutionary War and Civil War. We also went to a plantation and toured the house and gardens. There are a lot of plantations in this area so we just picked one. All the plantation homes in the area are post ...
... Notwithstanding, we ate so much Terry let me share his coconut cake. And I had the most amazing Rum Runner cocktail. We were too full to do any more walking, so while Terry had a hair cut I went into a beautiful boutique, but could only see size 2 clothes, so scuttled out. Size 2!
There was a huge earthquake in Charleston in 1868 and most of the surviving buildings had earthquake bolts put ...
... sow and so the next day as Larry and I were waiting in a long line at the post office, entertaining ourselves with comments and laughs, I looked down to see I still had my fuzzy slippers on. Of course, being who he is, Larry didn't miss the opportunity to harass me for being like the lady in the nitie, during which time the lady in line ahead of us kept scowling us over her shoulder. Suddenly, the cell phone in my pocket began to ring - publicly, no less. ...
We increasingly live in a world where the companies we interact with cater to our interests. Many want to assume the role of personal assistant/shopper/consultant/etc. We develop relationships with these companies. While I am a strong believer that corporations should NOT have the same legal protections as people (it's a slippery slope to fascism - please support Public Citizen at citizen.org), their software ...