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We stayed in the slave quarters; parking right outside our door and never used our car. Comfortable, historically moving, really delicious breakfasts. Julie the innkeeper was very welcoming and informative. Very convenient with an easy walk to churches, cemeteries, the market, and restaurants.
The large, very comfortable carriage house exceeded our expectations! We spent 3 days in this historic B&B, located directly behind the Edmondston-Alston House on the Battery. Julie, the innkeeper, is an excellent host and amazing cook! A great location - we parked our car and...More
We stayed in the 2 story carriage house and appreciated Julie’s warm welcome. Tour of the main home was complimentary and the accommodations were terrific. Comfortable bed, delicious quiche breakfast, coffee, muffins and everything you’d need for a weekend getaway. Walk to the market, the...More
Response from Innkeeper/MI, General Manager at 21 East Battery Bed and BreakfastResponded 14 February 2018
Thank you so much for your response! We appreciate it, and you! We hope you found, in addition to the amenities you posted about, that the complimentary on-site parking was a added bonus as well? We feel that this amenity, the Edmondston-Alston House Museum tour...More
To start, Julie the innkeeper was very gracious and accommodating along with hospitable. The breakfasts were great. Not only did she accommodate my dietary needs, she also accommodated my husband's finicky palate. She also made great recommendations on places to eat. The B&B was very...More
This B&B is the perfect place for a romantic getaway. Julie, the innkeeper, is a phenomenal cook and such a gracious host - she made us feel welcome and right at home. The location couldn't be better in downtown Charleston. We hope to come back...More