© John Rutledge House Inn
If staying in a bed and breakfast that was the former home of someone who signed the United States Constitution sounds appealing to you, then the John Rutledge House Inn is the place to go. The building, designated a National Historic Landmark, has striking architectural details, period decor, and modern amenities.
Guests can stay in the main house or carriage house in a regular room, deluxe room, mini suite, or grand suite. Amenities vary based on room type, but all have private bathrooms, period antiques, and reproduction furniture as well as Tempur-Pedic beds, TVs and DVD players, refrigerators, and cozy robes. Some rooms are pet-friendly and others include bathtubs, Italian marble fireplaces, canopy beds, 12-foot ceilings, whirlpool tubs, and walk-in showers.
There is wireless Internet throughout the building and 24-hour concierge service. Guests also have access to a nearby athletic club. The day begins with a complimentary breakfast that you can enjoy in the courtyard, in the ballroom, or in your own room. You have the option of a cooked breakfast or a continental breakfast. Afternoon tea is served in the piazza or ballroom, and you can also savor evening brandy, sherry, and port and nightly chocolates with the turndown service.
116 Broad St, 800-476-9741
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