The infinite pleasures afforded by the Charleston Historic District will always be at your fingertips during your Kings Courtyard Inn honeymoon. One glance at the inn’s historic architecture and it will be clear just how well-preserved it has been not only since its 1983 renovation, but also its original construction by Colonel J. Charles Blum in 1853. Designer Francis D. Lee infused the popular Greek revival style with architectural accents inspired by Egyptians, and that attention to detail is still alive and well at the inn.
When choosing between the 41 luxury accommodation options, honeymooners will likely be drawn to a parlor suite or deluxe king. Expect beautiful hardwood floors, a gas fireplace for chilly evenings, a jetted tub or glass shower, waffle weave bathrobes, and a mahogany four-poster bed that is irresistibly comfortable. The inn also features a romantic package that adds turndown service with champagne, chocolate-covered strawberries, and a red rose for a truly sensual experience. There’s also an anniversary package that includes the aforementioned amenities as well as a three-course dinner at Circa 1886 with a roundtrip rickshaw ride and a private carriage ride through the Historic District.
When you’re ready to explore Charleston, you and your sweetheart will find yourselves at the ideal location just minutes from the Gibbes Museum of Art and a few blocks from Waterfront Park Pier. As the city is a cultural center of South Carolina, you’ll enjoy unmitigated access to the best restaurants, museums, tours, and historic sights. In fact, the Mary Martin Gallery, Hagan Fine Art Gallery, Poogan’s Porch, Nathaniel Russell House, and The Calhoun Mansion are all within just a half of a mile.
As you relax in one of the inn’s three romantic courtyards or in front of your private fireplace with a glass of wine, peace of mind will never have felt so natural.