The Inn at Middleton Place Coupons and Deals
The Fine Print
Vouchers may not be combined to extend stay • Only valid for stays between now and August 29, 2013 • Reservations required and subject to availability • Not valid toward existing or room block reservations • Merchant cancellation/rescheduling policy and fees apply once booking is made; voucher subject to forfeiture • Voucher valid for up to 2 guests • Taxes/resort fee not included; payable directly to the property • Nights must be spent consecutively; all inclusions must be redeemed during one stay • Blackout date(s): June 9, 28-29 and July 4-5
The Destination It's high time to discover the Lowcountry charms of Charleston, where the romantic verandas, manicured gardens, and relaxed vibe are as refreshing as a round of mint juleps. If you pine for a chance to truly unwind, take a stroll along centuries-old cobblestone streets to glimpse antebellum mansions, historic Civil War sites, and sprawling oak trees, interspersed with cosmopolitan establishments and populated by some of the most hospitable folks in the South. The Digs Adjacent to 65 acres of beautiful gardens overlooking former rice plantations, The Inn at Middleton Place is an award-winning landmark. "If your lodging preferences south of the Mason-Dixon line run toward strikingly modern luxury hotels, this is the place for you," Frommer's promises. In addition to a plush bed and handcrafted furniture, your accommodations feature hardwood floors and warm cypress paneling, floor-to-ceiling windows with woodland or river views, a spacious tiled bathroom with garden tub, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Daily Healthy Start breakfasts consist of assorted fresh fruit, pastries, and cereals. The Diversions Tour the prized Middleton Place, home to America's oldest landscaped gardens; explore the grounds along the Ashley River on bicycles; or traverse the pine-forested property on horseback. Off site, visitors can take a taste of the local life with a shopping spree near Marion Square and a show at the Dock Street Theatre—or feast on signature South Carolinian fare like shrimp and grits, smoky barbecue, or decadent pecan pie.