"Step into the past and feel the history of Charleston around you." A 200 year old (circa 1790's) "Charleston Historic House" located in the heart of the Historic District. Named the "Peter Freneau House," after a prominent Charleston journalist and co-owner of the Charleston City Gazette. Freneau was also a merchant, ship owner, and Jeffersonian politician. He lived in the house for many years. Freneau was of Huguenot descent and his brother Philip Freneau was called the "Poet of the Revolution." The Bed and Breakfast is a Federal style house, four stories tall with three levels of lovely Charleston porches. All rooms have fireplaces, tall ceilings, 7' foot windows, lovely wide-planked hardwood floors, architectural moldings, and antiques.
Your stay includes 3 levels of Old Charleston Porches, Parking, AC, Baths, Refrigerators, Continental Breakfast; pastries, cereals, etc.
Located In the heart of the Historic Shopping and Dining District, 1 minute walk to King Street shopping, restaurants, 5 minutes walk to Historic Market. Maps and brochures available.
Your Hosts: Donna, BJ, Debbie, Mike
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