Governor’s House Inn

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Located on palm lined Broad Street among art galleries and restaurants, The Governor’s House Inn offers its guests a location within walking distance to everything on the peninsula, and centuries of history. Built in 1760 on the site of an orange garden, The Governor’s House Inn was the residence of the youngest signer of the Declaration of Independence and one time governor of South Carolina, Edward Rutledge. Each room is classically appointed with 4 poster canopy beds, and includes a gourmet breakfast, afternoon tea and sweets, and a sherry reception at night. Free off street parking and free Wifi are also included.

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