My husband and I stayed at the Palmetto House Inn in July. We had some friends meet up with us who stayed at the main house and we stayed in one of the ground floor units at the Palmetto House. We loved everything about it! The owner, Jennifer, was incredibly professional, generous and accommodating. We were trying to get into Hall's Chophouse for Gospel Brunch on my Birthday and although we tried to book almost one month in advance, they were completely booked. Jennifer worked her magic and was able to get us in. She also helped us with recommendations for Shem Creek - so glad we asked. At first we were a little bit nervous about staying outside of Charleston as it was our first time visiting. I was so glad we chose to stay there. First, it is a very easy car ride or uber to downtown Charleston. Second, we got to explore many more places on that side of the bridge. We loved going to Saltwater Cowboy and Tavern and Table for drinks and dinner in Shem Creek - don't miss it. The building is new, the bed was very comfortable and the breakfast each morning was fantastic. My husband loved the homemade biscuits and gravy and bacon and cheese croissants. I loved the greek yogurt with fresh fruit and granola ever morning. The prices were so much less than staying in Charleston with all the benefits of the city. Oh, and there is a super fun pub literally right across the street. The main thing that got us to book the room was the access to the private tennis club - the Ion club. We love playing tennis and we were able to get out there a number of times. We really enjoyed their cardio clinics and it was a great way to connect with the locals. I can't say enough about the Palmetto House. We will definitely be back!
As part of an Anniversary trip, my wife and I visited Charleston and had the pleasure of staying in the home of Jack and Annelise. They were wonderful hosts and made us immediately feel welcome! We loved learning about the history of their home and the neighborhood plus really enjoyed the wine and cheese social hour and breakfast. A highlight was the opportunity to visit with Jack, Annelise and the other guests. The location was great and we had a very memorable experience! Annelise went "above and beyond" by driving us into town when we were running late for our carriage ride!
This place was great! This was our first Bed & Breakfast experience and it did not dissapoint! I love that it was centrally located and very close to all the sights we wanted to see and the places we wanted to visit. The room we stayed in was very nice and comfortable, with all the usual hotel amenities (including a hair dryer—I couldn’t find this information on-line, brought my own, and shouldn’t have). The bed was amazing and I actually liked it more than my bed at home! I loved the decor / theme and found it much more pleasant than a hotel room. The staff were all extremely helpful and very kind. The parking wasn’t an issue, as there was a lot just across the street and the lot attendants were also very helpful and kind. The only downside was that it’s between two carriage companies, so walking past them, the smell can be off-putting; however, I really enjoy seeing the horses up close and that they’re very well taken care of and you cannot smell any odor one at the B&B.
The Bed and Breakfast was quaint and clean. It was close to the center of downtown Charleston and easy to walk to everything. We were disappointed by the breakfast... typically a bed and breakfast serves a hot breakfast but all that was offered was storebought bagels, cereal, yogurt, instant grits/oatmeal and fruit. Because of the breakfast, I don’t think we would stay there again considering the nightly rate. We thought we were paying for a true bed and breakfast, but it felt more like a nice historic hotel with standard hotel amenities. So, our stay was good but not great.
Truly. Wenche and Wyatt Fox have created a charming little gem with this bed and breakfast. One couldn't ask for a more welcoming, pleasant experience than staying at Da Noi. We loved our bedroom and bathroom and the king size bed was like sleeping on a cloud. Meeting Wenche is a joy in itself as she is extremely knowledgeable about the area ready to help with whatever is needed. As well as making a delicious breakfast each morning with a frittatta, gluten free sweet breads, croissants, ham and cheese and veggie platter, yogurt and fruit with good strong coffee and juice served in beautiful hand painted glass stemware. (Artist Wenche Fox). The glasses are beautiful and I have an original that made it home with me without a scratch. This was our last morning at Da Noi and it would have been so easy to just stay and chat over breakfast with Wenche until way past check out time which wasn't a problem for her. And that's what made this the best experience ever.....the easy going, generous hospitality of the Innkeeper of Da Noi. Thank you, Wenche, will never forget you or this weekend in Charleston. Many blessings to you and Wyatt.
The room was clean and comfortable. It was perfect for what we were looking for. The breakfast was also excellent. The only improvement item was a lack of back up toilet paper; easy oversight. We look to Inn at Ion or Palmetto for our Mt. Pleasant getaways!
We have just returned from our 1st trip to Charleston and had a fantastic time at 15 church street. Jack and Annelise truly love their home and city and enjoyed sharing the history of both. The home is in the historic district and easy walking to just about everything. They provide bikes, free to use which was very nice. We stayed in the Blue room, which had a very comfortable bed, and ample closet and storage. The huge porch was a wonderful place to start your day with a cup of tea or coffee.
This is a beautiful property located in the heart of the historic district of Charleston. This was our first visit to Charleston and found that this location was within walking distance to restaurants, shops, parks and sights. We stayed in the Carriage House with our three children and loved it! The property is wonderful and so were Jack and Annelise. Their hospitality can't be beat and they had a lot of great information to share about the history of the town, places to eat and things to see and do. We can't wait to visit again!