The Kitchen House, circa 1732, was the home of Dr. Peter Fayssoux, a noted physician, who was Surgeon-General in the Continental Army during the revolution.
Nestled in the heart of the Residential Historic District, the Kitchen House is a completely restored 18th Century kitchen dwelling. It has been renovated around its four original fireplaces, using historic and antique materials. Southern hospitality and a decanter of sherry await your arrival. The refrigerator and pantry are stocked for a full breakfast.
Charming Colonial herb garden, fish pond and fountain in a walled garden and patio provide absolute privacy. Full concierge services and parking. Featured in Colonial Homes Magazine and the New York Times. Included in "Best Places to Stay - The South."
Your Host: Lois Evans
Rates: $150 - $400 Open all Year, Honeymoon Packages available. * Visa/MC Accepted * No Pets
Please mention THE REGISTER for a bottle of wine!
Phone: (843) 577-6362 / Fax: (843) 965-5615
This and other Charleston Bed and Breakfast Inns can be found here in The Register.
Romantic Country Inns, Getaways and B&Bs offer a great lodging alternative to big hotels.
A warm comfortable bed and a tasty breakfast can make for a great vacation or business travel day!