Like the previous reviewer, I have just spent time in The King George IV Inn and would recommend it wholeheartedly. Charlene could not have made us feel more welcome and she certainly made us laugh. The location is great for wondering around Charleston on foot. Everything is so close whether it be shops, restaurants or historic buildings. We stayed in room 4, which has a living room as well as a bedroom with en suite shower. The living room was spacious and comfortable and had a door leading out to a private balcony with a wrought iron staircase which took you down to the car park. Yes, the balcony does overlook the car park, but it was still very pleasant to sit out sipping wine in the warm sunshine. The en suite is small however, particularly the shower cubicle itself, but there was plenty of shelf space and good lighting.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "Step into the past and feel the history of Charleston around you." King George IV Inn is a 200-year old (c.1790) historic home. The house is named The "Peter Freneau House," after a prominent Charleston journalist, and co-owner of the Charleston City Gazette. The inn is a four-story Federal style house, with Charleston porches overlooking a lovely courtyard. All rooms are furnished with a nice combination of antiques and reproductions. King George IV Inn is located in the heart of the historic district. One minute walk to King Street shopping and dining and only a five minute walk to the historic market. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- King George Iv Hotel Charleston