Historic Inns of Charleston Offering Spring Festival Special

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March 21 marks the beginning of the annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens in Charleston, and Historic Inns of Charleston has a special rate for attendees.

Historic Inns of Charleston is offering a special for guests attending the Annual Spring Festival of Houses and Gardens taking place from March 21 – April 20. Guests who stay from Sunday to Thursday attending the festival will receive 20% off the rack room rate.

Historic Inns of Charleston is made up of three centrally located bed and breakfast accommodations all within the historic district of Charleston. Each of the three luxury inns feature faithfully restored period accents will all the amenities of home. Guests can enjoy easy access to the festival events and tours from Indigo Inn, The Jasmine House, or The Meeting Street Inn. The Spring Festival itinerary includes a series of tours that showcase Charleston’s architecture, history, gardens and culture, concerts, morning walks, and wine tastings.

In time for the festival, on March 15, the staff at Historic Inns will be starting the replanting in the courtyards of the three locations. Guests will love the views of the courtyards in full bloom. Also in time for the festival, renovations and updates to guest bathrooms will be completed.

For more information on the three locations, or to make a reservation, please visit: http://www.historicinnsofcharleston.com/. For information about the festival, please visit: http://www.historiccharleston.org/Events/Annual-Festival-of-Houses-and-Gardens.aspx.

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Historic Inns of Charleston has an impressive portfolio of three historic inns, The Meeting Street Inn, The Indigo Inn, and The Jasmine House, that are all examples of the finest in Southern Hospitality. Each of the properties has been lovingly restored filled with periodic pieces and historic accents. Guests are the #1 priority and the staff enjoys giving everyone who visits a fantastic lowcountry experience.

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