we stayed at this property for four nights, then went off to savannah for three nights and then came back for an additional night. the property has a couple of dozen rooms at the main building and several more on a side street. we stayed at the main building initially and in a room at the carriage house for our final night. this room was larger and for $20 more was worth the cost.
you could not have had a more helpful group of hosts.
the breakfast is unusual, but good. as the room where the breakfast to be had is small- the lobby-, most guests take their breakfast back to their rooms. breakfast includes a variety of fruit, including strawberries, ready packaged cereal, coffee, juices as well as sticky buns and a couple of hot dishes. you might want to stay away from the scrambled eggs as they are done in advance and just sit there in the heated enclosure, but the other items more than make up for it. the dishes do change from day to day, offering such items as quiches, bacon, sausage, biscuits with ham and so on. a pointer: if you stay in the jasmine house/carriage house, the breakfast offer is not quite so grand as the main building, so you might want to cross the street to see if the selection there is a bit better.
both the carriage house and main house have lovely courtyards for your meals/snacks when the weather cooperates.
the afternoon wine and cheese was always appreciated after hours of wandering the many delights of charleston.
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