The Cookhouse suite is a romantic and elegant option located in Charleston’s Garden District near Wragg Mall and its live oaks, the Charleston Museum, the Visitors’ Center, Marion Square’s Farmers’ and Craft Market, two historic mansions open to the public (the Aiken-Rhett and Joseph Manigault Houses), the College of Charleston and the Charleston School of Law, and the nationally-recognized cuisine/entertainment district on Upper King. Within walking distance (or by free trolley) are the King Street shopping area and antiques district, The Market, and several other historic districts, including the Battery and other elegant South of Broad neighborhoods.
Are you looking for the perfect historical yet modern getaway for a wedding party, small retreat, perhaps a executive's alternative to a mundane hotel? The Cookhouse is the perfect retreat for any occasion. Cared for by a a lovely couple whom are formally owners of The 1760 Country House in West Cork Ireland, and in the hospitality business for over 40 combined years. You will not find needs come easy here at The Cookhouse.
Your spacious professionally-decorated bedroom suite accommodates up to Eight persons. Each is furnished with a queen reproduction historic bed (one has a rice bed, the other a canopied four poster), accent antiques, a spacious bathroom with marble-tiled shower, and a fully-equipped kitchen/sitting room with eating area and full-sized sofa bed. The suite boasts a professionally-designed patio and garden. The Home has off-street parking for one to four cars.
Charleston is full of history, charm and wonderful hospitality. Recently, it was recognized as the top tourist venue in the United States and one of only two United States venues in the top twenty globally. The Cookhouse suite allows you easy access to nearby beaches (twenty minutes), historic river plantations (twenty-five minutes), the aquarium, excellent, diverse cuisine, or allows you to just relax, read, nibble and imbibe your favorite beverages in the garden.
Why stay in a hotel or motel when you can absorb Charleston history and ambiance by staying in the historic Cookhouse? Illustrated in Bernard Herman’s Townhouse: Architecture and Materia
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