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The Inn At Middleton Place

Charleston, SC, US (CHS)

Come and experience the beauty of this modern marvel and see for yourself why the Inn at Middleton Place is hailed a National Historic Landmark.
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Based on 1050 reviews
Room & Rates

Grand Room Special Rate
Non-Smoking Room that offers either one king or one queen. These rooms are the largest rooms at the inn and offer a breaktaking view of the beautiful Ashley River or the scenic woodlands. Each room is furnished with handcrafted furniture, hardwood floors. warm cypress paneling, marble baths with European style tubs, wood burning fireplace and dramatic floor to ceiling windows. Grand rooms incorporate a comfortable sitting area which includes a sofa and offer upgraded amenities such as CD players, VCR/DVD players, and upgraded toiletries.
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River View GuestRoom Special Rate
Non-Smoking Room that offers either one king or one queen. These room are the most popular rooms at the inn and offer a breaktaking view of the beautiful Ashley River and surrounding marshland. Each room is furnished with handcrafted furniture, hardwood floors. warm cypress paneling, marble baths with European style tubs, wood burning fireplace and dramatic floor to ceiling windows.
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Woods View GuestRoom Special Rate
Non-Smoking Room that offers either one king, one queen, or two twins beds. Each room is furnished with handcrafted furniture, hardwood floors with braided rugs, warm cypress paneling and dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows.
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The Inn At Middleton Place
4290 Ashley River Road, Charleston, SC US 29414

FREE Admission To Intriguing On-site Venues
Your stay at The Inn at Middleton Place includes free admission to these three exciting venues where you will learn the history and culture of this great area and even see it acted out as it was back then.

The Gardens at Middleton Place, the oldest landscaped gardens in the United States, sit just outside the doors of this beautiful inn. Established in 1741 by Henry Middleton, the garden reflects grand classic early 18th century European and English style with geometry and symmetry as the rule. Employing great reasoning skills in the art of aesthetic balance with careful attention to the woods and water, it is no wonder the gardens are so breathtaking!

The Middleton Place House Museumwas originally part of a three building residential complex that once overlooked the Ashley River and was composed of a gentleman`s quarters, library, and conservatory. Originally the gentleman`s quarters known as the South Flanker, it is the only surviving portion of the triad after a fire in February of 1865 claimed the other two buildings just two months before the end of the Civil War. Restored from the flames, the building weathered earthquakes and homeowners, and even housed slaves and freedmen who served the Middleton family before finally becoming the House Museum in 1975.

The Middleton Place Plantation Stableyards, which has existed since the Civil War, has continued to breed the same buffalo, sheep, goats, poultry and guinea hogs over the last two centuries. Skilled workers who demonstrate the skills practiced by the artisans who formerly maintained the facility can still be found there today and will gladly explain Plantation life from the Emancipation to the Reconstruction and through the twentieth century.

Notable Accommodations
The Inn at Middleton Place`s presence has been recognized nationally on more than one occasion. Not only has it been featured as a Last Minute Getawayby the TODAY Show but it has also received awards and recognition from such organizations as the American Institute of Architects and the SC Wildlife Federation.

This Inn has also been honored in National Geographic Traveler`s first ever Stay List (2008) and was published in Zagats 2009 Top U.S. Hotels, Resorts and Spas.

Its beautiful modern architecture and amenities wonderfully compliment the history and culture that flows through this inn and its entire property surrounding. This is a great place to relax and enjoy the simpler side of things, as they once were, and as they remain today only in places like this.

Grand Amenities

  • Wood burning fireplace (seasonal)
  • Access to Middleton Place Gardens, House Museum, and Stableyards
  • Nature tours
  • Labyrinth
  • Outdoor Pool (seasonal)
  • Kayak and Bicycle Rentals
  • Wireless Internet and Data Port
  • Coffee Maker, in room snack and chilled water
  • Natural soaps, shampoo and conditioner
  • All rooms Non-Smoking

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • AAA Approved
  • Banquet Facility
  • Breakfast Room
  • Business Services
  • Complimentary Coffee
  • Concierge Desk
  • Conference Rooms
  • Continental Breakfast
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Cocktail Hour
  • Free Local Calls
  • Free Parking
  • Gift Shop on Property
  • Horseback Riding
  • Kids Stay Free (Based on Age)
  • Non-Motorized Water Sports
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Wedding Services
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1050 reviews
from Kannapolis, United States
Submitted on 20-05-2016
Beautiful river views from room (be sure not to get a courtyard room). Stairs (no elevator) so if you can't carry bags up a long flight of stairs, get a bottom level room RIVER SIDE room. Don't pay extra for packages. Very old squeaky bed.... not restful. Dated bath room but nice soaps. Nice wood floors and wood chairs. Consider getting a sofa bedroom (wish we had...). There is No microwave. Great grounds and great views. Loved the big Oak trees and Magnolia trees which were in bloom. ... Read more
from Starr
Submitted on 21-05-2016
We really enjoyed our stay at the Middleton Place Inn. The staff was wonderful in all areas. Stacey and Matt in the Lodge were so welcoming. The room was a treat to stay in with ceiling to floor windows that allowed a beautiful view of the Ashley River. Outside we could sit on comfortable chairs or lay in a hammock while enjoying the wildlife. We saw deer, alligators, turtles, birds, squirrels, jumping fish, swans and the farm animals at the plantation. Kayaking on the Ashley River is alwa... Read more
from Walterboro
Submitted on 22-05-2016
We love staying at Middleton Place every year. The Inn is quiet and peaceful. Very nice accommodations. With just a short walk , you can view the gorgeous plantation grounds . Very neat to see the different historical places!
from fountain inn, sc, United States
Submitted on 23-05-2016
we'd planned to see the plantation, so staying there just added to the experience. Rooms are spacious, clean and nicely unique. Well worth it. So much of seeing the plantation was included in the room rate that we felt it was an excellent value. Very authentic.... Driving into Charleston from Middleton was easy....just do it outside of rush hour.
from .
Submitted on 25-05-2016
Rooms where tiny compared to the photos supplied when requesting reservation. Slight odor as well in room. Stayed 1 out of 3 nights. Have yet to receive my reimbursement as promised. Was told 3-5 business days, now here we are at 2 weeks. Grounds where beautiful as well as an amazing restaurant.
from Pompano Beach, Florida
Submitted on 31-05-2016
Unfortunately we only stayed one night due to the forecast of a tropical storm. Everything was fabulous so I will be returning in the near future to see the tour and the Charleston area. The breakfast offered a great variety of cereals, yogurt, fruit and muffins.
from Charleston
Submitted on 02-06-2016
This is a historic plantation with included admission to the home, gardens, and stableyards. Breakfast is included and they even offer fun little activities like cow milking! I have never stayed at a better place with so many things to do. The value was spectacular. I can't wait to come back and stay longer.
from Greenville, North Carolina
Submitted on 02-06-2016
Excellent views and staff was super friendly and helpful! We had to leave early due to bad weather and the front office staff was very accommodating. We spent some time in the lodge and the staff went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of. You can't beat the views!!
from Louisville
Submitted on 03-06-2016
After a scenic drive down Ashley River road, we turned onto the rough sand road to the Inn. Set completely in the beautiful woods is the seventies style Inn. Quiet, peaceful and serene is the atmosphere. We brought our two standard poodles and it was perfect for them. Complimentary continental or full breakfast is available. The free one was great with oatmeal bar with several toppings, Greek yogurt and muffins. The coffee was good and my enjoyed the tea from the nearby Tea plantation. We a... Read more
from Pendleton
Submitted on 05-06-2016
This was a good place for a quiet getaway. Not overly fancy, but private and surrounded by natural beauty. I would especially recommend this for cooler weather when the fireplace could be used. The tile bathtub needs updating, and the dirt paths outside aren't for everyone, but otherwise it is nice to be able to walk to Middleton Place and enjoy the gardens and restaurant. Next time, we plan to spend more time on the plantation and less time traveling to downtown!
from Charleston
Submitted on 17-06-2016
Great time at the spoleto finale. Middleton is a nice place to stay. Rooms very comfortable but not plush. A little rustic. Nice pillows. Not lumpy foam. Had a great time. Will be back next year ????????????
from Mercer Island
Submitted on 19-06-2016
Good place to stay for experiencing some history of the South and Middleton family. Hotel needs some upgrading and maintenance. We had the suite which I would recommend for sure. Good place to stay for one or two days. About 25 minutes from Charleston.
from Bell, FL
Submitted on 20-06-2016
I did not originally book the Inn when we were planning our anniversary date to Charleston mostly because it's about 15 miles outside of Charleston (or an hour+ into Charleston we learned during peak season). Through a series of turning down (AirBnB) places, we ended up with our last minute pet friendly reservation at the Inn. I was impressed with the doggie goodie bag presented at check-in; complete with toys, biscuits, gift for doggie and of course convenient doggie clean up bags. What a nice... Read more
from Ormond Beach, Florida
Submitted on 21-06-2016
The Inn was the perfect place to stage the celebration of our 50th Wedding anniversary. We had a wonderful Dinner at the Middleton Plantation restaurant and a delightful trip on the Ashley River with the Charleston Kayak Co. Downtown Charleston and Mount Pleasant , only minutes away ment that members of our party never lacked for things to do!!
from Ocean Isle Beach, North Carolina
Submitted on 21-06-2016
We had a very nice first stay at Middleton Place. The Inn was lovely - secluded, clean and comfortable. The staff was excellent at the inn, restaurant and gardens. Be prepared for a lot of walking. The garden grounds are fantastic - probably even more so in the spring when the flowers are blooming. We will return again.