Riverside Rooms, Abundant Amenities
Guests of The Inn have complimentary access to all the attractions which make Middleton Place so fascinating. In addition to the Gardens, which begun in 1741, the House Museum (c. 1755) offers tours daily focusing on Arthur Middleton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Plantation Stableyards. All bringing to life the sights and sounds of an 18th and 19th century self-sustaining plantation as traditional craftsmen and trades are demonstrated and displayed. Making The Inn a complete and truly unique desitination for your stay here in Charleston.
Award-Winning Architectural Design
Dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows bring into every room all the richness of the pastoral woodland setting, with sweeping views over the meandering Ashley River, where the rice plantation culture flourished more than 200 years ago. Create memorable experiences at this getaway destination that combines tours of America’s history with naturalist activities from bird watching and hiking to kayaking and horseback riding.
The Inn at Middleton Place
The Inn at Middleton Place offers Charleston’s most unique accommodations in unsurpassed natural beauty perfect for a quiet vacation, a weekend getaway, or a mid-week business conference. The Inn's 55 rooms are secluded among tall pines and live oaks just a short walk away from the historic landmark Middleton Place, home of America's oldest landscaped gardens and a major part of South Carolina's history.