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Stay at Andrew Pinckney Inn, Charleston

This distinctive boutique hotel overlooks Charleston's historic market area and is surrounded by over 300 years of history, with museums, art galleries, antique shops and restaurants right on its doorstep.

Andrew Pinckney Inn, Charleston, Deep South

This distinctive boutique hotel overlooks Charleston's historic market area and is surrounded by over 300 years of history, with museums, art galleries, antique shops and restaurants right on its doorstep.

The inn features a small but charming lobby lounge with exposed brick walls and marble columns, a three-storey, plant-filled atrium, a traditional Charleston courtyard and rooftop terrace which overlooks the city's historic homes, church steeples and harbour.

The 37 rooms are bright, airy and individually decorated in an elegant yet casual West Indies style. Ranging from historic value and traditional inn rooms to townhouse suites and the St. Philip's suite, amenities include a 32-inch flat screen TV and complimentary wireless internet access, with a deluxe continental breakfast and afternoon tea and cookies served daily.

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