Wentworth Mansion - Charleston, South Carolina

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The Wentworth Mansion is located approximately four blocks from the waterfront, a 15-minute walk from Battery Park, and a 10-minute walk from the antique stores on King Street.

Built in 1886 and designed in the Second Empire style as an opulent private residence for wealthy cotton merchant Francis Silas Rodgers, the Wentworth Mansion is now one of Charleston's finest inns. Afternoons welcome guests in the Harleston Parlor, the Rodgers Library provides the perfect atmosphere for reading, and the sun porch offers an elegant spot for breakfast. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available. The hotel can arrange for a pedicab to carry guests throughout the city. Parking is available at no cost. A pristine example of America's Gilded Age, the mansion boasts intricate woodwork, hand-carved marble fireplaces, ornate plaster ceilings and Tiffany stained glass windows. Each room has been restored and furnished with antiques. All rooms have king size beds and whirlpools and most have working gas fireplaces. All bedrooms are smoke-free.


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Trip Type

Romantic Getaway

Getting There

Wentworth Mansion 149 Wentworth Street Charleston, South Carolina 29401