The Wentworth Mansion is an inn that exemplifies splendor with Italian crystal chandeliers, hand-carved marble fireplaces, gracious hospitality.
Built by a cotton baron in 1886, the Philadelphia-brick Wentworth blends old and new: oversize soaking tubs and flat-screen TV’s mix with Italian crystal chandeliers and 19th-century marble mantels.
An outstanding experience . Spacious rooms and amazing staff, very courteous! It's a small luxury boutique hotel, and mid week prices can be steep. Ask for the AAA discount. Great breakfast!!
If you are visiting from out of town make sure to walk over to Colonial Lake Park for a beautiful stroll in the heart of the peninsula!
Don't miss the 360-degree view of Charleston from the mansion's cupola. A sunset will steal your breath away.
Circa 1886 restaurant on site is worth a visit. Find complimentary bourbon in the sunroom, fresh lemonade in the parlor. – Green Guide Editor
After a complimentary sherry, draw the velvet drapes, light the fireplace and play the role of a turn-of-the-century millionaire.
From #TLSponChat: “@RPrioleau: Wentworth Mansion is truly one of a kind—CHS at its best.”
Cool interior and lovely pool if you can afford it.