Tucked away in the old French Quarter between Queen and Chalmers, at 27 State Street, sits a well-preserved specimen of early 1800’s living.
As you step through the iron gate of this 1814 residence and into the charming first floor courtyard, notice the pronounced Old World influence of the architecture and decor, and allow yourself to be transported back to a time when horses, carriages, seafarers, and gentry lined the streets of this oldest of South Carolina’s cities. As you wander up to the open-air second floor, run your hand along the patina’d stair-rail, and enjoy the smell of jasmine blooms in the warm southern air.
Located in the heart of
the French Quarter
What People Say About 27 State Street
“I don’t think I could have chosen a better one (Bed and Breakfast) for my recent solo trip to Charleston than the 27 State Street B&B. This is not a sponsored post; I was simply treated with such kindness and had such a positive experience, I want everyone to know about it!”
– from Quick Whit Travel: Staying at 27 State Street B&B