Groups / Meetings
Inn At Middleton Place Events & Groups
The Inn at Middleton Place specializes in groups both large and small. When every room has a beautiful view, it is easy to please every member of even the most demanding groups. Leave nothing to chance when selecting group accommodations. Whether your gathering for a family reunion, wedding soiree, business meeting, or corporate event, the Inn at Middleton Place is ideal for discovering South Carolina's lowcountry and rich history surrounding you.
An on-site conference services and event staff will assist in planning an event or meeting that your attendees will remember. The Lake House, the Inn's modern meeting facility, offers 3,000 square feet of flexible meeting and dining space with built-in audio/visual conveniences and wireless internet making almost any type of gathering possible.
Conference Center Layout
"Everything was perfect. I am writing letters of thanks to you all this week! This event, though small, was critically important to us and I can't thank you and James enough for your thoughtful and professional courtesy. You represent the Inn at Middleton Place so well." - May, 2015
"We are thrilled that Middleton Place provides such a beautiful environment with exceptional service for our important leadership summits. The entire group could not stop raving about how splendid their time was after our first visit; how delicious the food, how efficient and conscientious the staff is and especially how magical the sundown guided tour of the landscaped gardens featuring a custom stocked and staffed outdoor bar! I would like to commend Special Group Services, the team bent over backwards to make our stay an amazing experience; well above our expectations. They each have taken a special interest in our preferences and needs, and always go the extra mile to make sure we have exactly what we want - no matter how small the detail. Thank you for providing a growing business in Charleston the perfect place to unwind and strategize. Middleton Place and Inn is indeed an invaluable Lowcountry treasure." - June, 2015