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Elliott House Inn
78 Queen Street
Charleston, SC 29401
Nightly Rates (215.66 - 332.34)   4 Star
Elliott House Inn

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Property Description
Look carefully among the gracious Georgian Federal Greek Revival Second Empire and Queen Anne style homes of historic Charleston SC and you will discover The Elliott House Inn.Historic Charlestons favorite Bed and Breakfast Inn is like Charleston itself an elegant survivor of a tempestuous past.Built as a private residence in 1861 this remarkably preserved architectural treasure has weathered hurricanes earthquakes as well as the Civil War.Meticulously restored and centrally located in the heart of Charleston SCs captivating historic district The Elliott House Inn is within walking distance to the famous market area art galleries boutique and antique shopping and of course Charlestons world renowned dining.Each of the 25 guest rooms are decorated with Eighteenth Century reproductions and offer historic period charm while still endowed with contemporary comforts. If The Historic Charleston Experience is what you are seeking then the Elliott House Inn is the location of choice.Our gracious staff will be happy to arrange tours of antebellum homes horse drawn carriage rides harbor tours dinner reservations and more.A visit to the Elliott House Inn offers the opportunity to experience history as well as the warm hospitality for which historic Charleston is justly famous.The Elliott House Inn features 25 guest rooms some with a private patio or balcony.Each of the guest rooms feature one queen bed or a king bed.All rooms are beautifully appointed and very much reminiscent of a bygone era.The fourposter Charleston Rice Beds featuring magnificent crocheted canopies serve as the focal point Delicate wall coverings rich hardwood floors armoires oriental rugs along with fresh cut flowers only add to the charm of these superbly decorated rooms.

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  • 24-hour front desk

  • Adjoining rooms

  • Air conditioning

  • Bell staff/porter

  • Brailed elevators

  • Children welcome

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Complimentary in-room coffee or tea

  • Concierge desk

  • Concierge floor

  • Continental breakfast

  • Direct dial telephone

  • Dry cleaning

  • Elevators

  • Evening reception

  • Express check-out

  • Fire safety compliant

  • Front desk

  • Full service housekeeping

  • Hair dryer

  • Heated guest rooms

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas

  • Housekeeping - daily

  • Ice machine

  • Ironing board

  • Jacuzzi

  • Lobby coffee service

  • Meeting rooms

  • Non-smoking rooms (generic)

  • Phone services

  • Public area air conditioned

  • Room service

  • Room service - limited hours

  • Room service - limited menu

  • Safe deposit box

  • Security

  • Train access

  • Turndown service

  • Valet same day dry cleaning

  • Vending machines

  • Wakeup service

  • Wheel chair access

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas

  • Room Information
  • Standard

  • Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Balcony/Lanai/Terrace, Bathtub only, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Direct dial phone number, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Microwave, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Turn down service, Wake-up calls, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Accessible room, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, Handicap room, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless
  • Standard

  • Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Balcony/Lanai/Terrace, Bathtub only, Cable television, Coffee/Tea maker, Color television, Connecting rooms, Direct dial phone number, Hairdryer, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Microwave, Newspaper, Non-smoking, Remote control television, Shower only, Turn down service, Wake-up calls, Wireless internet connection, Air conditioning individually controlled in room, Extra person charge for rollaway use, Accessible room, Self-controlled heating/cooling system, Extra adult charge, Extra child charge, Single bed, Maid service, Handicap room, High speed internet access fee, High speed wireless

    Miscellaneous Information
  • American Dollars is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1801 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2011 

  • 25  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 3  floors. 

  • Directions
    In the heart of the charming historic district in Charleston South Carolina is The Elliott House Inn.Nestled beneath centuries old oaks the Inn is a welcoming respite from everyday life that is beloved by visitors and locals a like Cozy guestrooms open to a delightful courtyard buzzing with guests mingling and enjoying continental breakfast or the afternoon managers reception and taking a dip in the large heated Jacuzzi.

    Guarantee Policy
    All reservations require a credit card guarantee due at time of booking.

    Cancellation Policy
    Should you need to modify or cancel your reservationchanges must be made 72 hours before 3 pm of the day of arrival. Guests who do not cancel with in this time will be charged for a one night stay with tax.

    Restaurant Information
    Husk  Centrally located in historic downtown Charleston husk the newest offering from james beard award winning chef sean brock of mccradys and the neighborhood dining group transforms the essence of southern food Led by brock and chef de cuisine travis grimes a low country native the kitchen reinterprets the 82 Queen  Nothing compares to the fine dining experience offered by this charming restaurant nestled in Charlestons historic French Quarter With a focus on gracious Southern hospitality and fresh local cuisine 82 Queen has been providing her guests with a uniquely Charleston dining experience for almost a quarter

    Recreation Information

  • Aiken Rhett House

  • The citys most intact antebellum urban complex -c. 1820-. Historic interiors surviving virtually unaltered since 1858 have been conserved and stabilized. Many family objects are still found in the rooms for which they were purchased.
  • Aquarium

  • With more to explore every day share in the wonders of South Carolinas backyard. Marvel at turtles stingrays sharks otters jellyfish alligators and more. Daily dive shows and interactive programs
  • Boone Hall

  • A must see. - NBC Daytime Television. Boone Hall reflects Southern heritage spanning 300 years on one magnificent still working plantation. House tours gardens slave cabins plantation coach tours live performances in season cafe.
  • Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site

  • Begin your Charleston experience where English settlers established the first permanent European colony in Carolina. This 664-acre historic treasure boasts a replica 17th-century tall ship functional cannons a zoo and an award-winning museum.
  • Charleston

  • Charleston Harbor - Water Front Park

  • This park is an eight-acre linear park and pier along the Charleston Harbor entry. The park masterfully combines spectacular fountains spacious lawns intimate garden rooms walking and jogging path and a long pier with picnic tables and wooden swings
  • Charleston Museum

  • City Hall Gallery

  • M-F 9am-5pm. Located in the Council Chamber of the Charleston City Hall -1801- the gallery contains portraits of many important leaders including one of George Washington by John Trumbull.
  • Drayton Hall

  • The oldest unrestored plantation house in America still open to the public. Admission includes guided House Tour Connections Program: From Africa to America interactive landscape tour African-American cemetery nature walks Museum Shop.
  • Edmondston - Alston House

  • Located on Charlestons High Battery the house affords a glimpse of early 19th century elegance style and comfort. Built in 1825 it contains Alston family furniture silver books and paintings.Three piazzas offer incredible views of the Charleston Harb
  • Firefly Distillery

  • South Carolinas first and largest distillery. Firefly Distillery is home to Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka the original sweet tea vodka and many more southern specialties. Guests are welcome Tue-Sat 11am-5pm for tastings closed January. Come taste the South
  • Folly Beach Fishing Pier

  • The Edwin S. Taylor Folly Beach Fishing Pier stretches 1045 feet into the Atlantic Ocean. The second longest on the east coast the pier offers not only great saltwater fishing and spectacular views but also tournaments special events and dining.
  • Fort Sumter National Monument

  • Open daily except New Years Day Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Hours vary according to the season. Concessionaire ferries depart from Liberty Square in Charleston and from Patriots Point in Mt. Pleasant.
  • Fort Sumter Tours

  • Stops at Fort Sumter National Monument where the Civil War began. Cruise to the island fort while you enjoy breathtaking views of Charleston and her Harbor. Depart from the Visitor Education Facility at Liberty Square downtown and from Patriots Point
  • Gibbes Museum of Art

  • Experience Charlestons history through art. Come face to face with stories of the South Carolina Lowcountry as seen through painting miniature portraiture sculpture photographs and more. Complimentary cell phone tour -using your own phone-
  • Hilton Head Island

  • Historic Charleston Battery

  • No trip to Charleston is complete without a stop at White Point Gardens known popularly as Battery Park. This peaceful park offers unprecedented views of Charleston Harbor and Fort Sumter while a look back across the street promises fantastic images
  • Historic Market - Old City Market

  • Open M-Su. one of the nations oldest public markets -circa 1804- this beloved attraction completed a three-year USD5.5 million renovation in June 2011. Shop for authentic Lowcountry souvenirs and hear the lilting dialect of Gullah ladies.
  • Isle Of Palms

  • Joseph Manigault House

  • M-Sa 10am-5pm Su 1-5pm -last tour 4:30pm-. Charlestons Huguenot House was built in 1803. The Garden Gate Temple and outstanding collection of American English and French furnishings of the period capture the lifestyle of a wealthy rice-plantingfamily
  • Magnolia

  • Open 365 days a year 8am-5:30pm; call for Nov.-Feb. hours. This 17th century estate acquired in 1676 by the Drayton family features Americas oldest gardens -c.1680- which bloom year-round.
  • Middleton Plantation

  • A carefully preserved 18th century plantation National Historic Landmark and home of Americas oldest landscaped Gardens. The House Museum highlights family collections and the Middletons role in American history.
  • Morris Island Lighthouse

  • Morris Island is located off of Folly Beach and is an ecologically and historically sensitive barrier island. One of Charlestons best known and most beloved landmarks is recognized as one of the top 100 cultural sites in the state of South Carolina
  • Mount Pleasant

  • Myrtle Beach

  • Nathaniel Russel House

  • Grand Federal townhouse completed in 1808. Restored interior w/ elaborate ornamentation and a magnificent free-flying staircase. Set amid spacious gardens and furnished with period antiques the house evokes the gracious lifestyle.
  • Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon

  • Built by the British in 1771 American Patriots were held prisoner in the Provost during the War of Americas Independence. One of the three most historically significant buildings of colonial America. Educational tours/evening events.
  • Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum

  • At Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum tour the USS Yorktown USS Clamagore Medal of Honor Museum Cold War Submarine Memorial and the only Vietnam Support Base Camp in the U.S. Its history you can touch.
  • Postal Museum

  • Charlestons postal history. The Post Office Building circa 1896 was erected over the ruins of the old police station which was destroyed in the earthquake of 1886. The building at Meeting and Broad is the oldest continuously operated post office
  • Savannah

  • St Philips Episcopal Church

  • Description Maximum 250 Characters Est. 1670 St. Philips is the Mother Church of the Province and originally stood on the site where St. Michaels stands today. The second structure at the present site was completed in 1724.
  • Sullivans Island

  • The Citadel Museum

  • Su-F 2-5pm Sa 12-5pm. Closed College religious and military holidays. Museum portrays the history of The Military College of South Carolina and Corps of Cadets from 1842 to present. Exhibits feature photographs uniforms and archival documents.
  • Convention Center

  • The Charleston Area Convention Center Campus is the perfect setting for high-energy tradeshows to more intimate corporate meetings or events. Located just minutes from the Charleston International Airport and a short shuttle ride to the Historic Dist
  • Husks

  • Centrally located in historic downtown Charleston Husk the newest offering from James Beard Award-winning Chef Sean Brock of McCradys and the Neighborhood Dining Group transforms the essence of Southern food.
  • College of Charleston

  • Founded in 1770 the first municipal college in America was built in 1724 on land set aside for educational purposes. The present main building was designed by eminent Philadelphia architect William Strickland built in 1828.
  • Kiawah Beachwalker Park

  • Located on beautiful Kiawah Island Beachwalker Park offers the islands only public beach access including ocean frontage and a river view. Lifeguards on duty seasonally. Dogs must be leashed at all times. Operating hours vary seasonally.
  • Wild Dunes

  • Charleston AFB/Intl Airport