My Mom and I just returned from Charleston and our stay in the Sweetgrass Room in the Elliott Inn made for a perfect trip. The room is well appointed with high end finishes and comfy bed. Eric, the owner, was quick to respond with all our questions/requests. The Elliott House Inn is conveniently located in the "hub" of Charleston with everything within easy walking distance. This room is independently owned, so you are unable to enjoy the amenities of the Inn (breakfast, afternoon wine, etc.) But that was no problem, as Eric provided a gift certificate at a restaurant close by which we used toward our dinner on our last night in town. He provides wine glasses, corkscrew and ice bucket, so you can bring your own (which we did) and can enjoy your wine/snacks in the courtyard. The courtyard also offers a hot tub/Jacuzzi which was a nice touch. There are bicycles available though we did not have time to take advantage of them. A mini-fridge and coffeemaker included in the room was nice to have. The Inn is situated between two restaurants, 82 Queen and Husk, but we did not visit them as we spent some time on James Island. A few "secret" places we visited were the Angel Oak and the Melton Peter Demetre Park (you can view the Ravenal Bridge, downtown Charleston and the harbor from here ( a must see). We also went to the Charleston Tea Plantation and Bowens Island Restaurant. All in all, a great trip and the Seagrass Room is PERFECT!
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