Plan your Valentine’s Weekend for Historic Charleston

Looking for a romantic Valentine’s Day weekend getaway for you and your sweetheart? How about a trip to beautiful historic downtown Charleston.  Charleston, South Carolina has all the old world charm that is perfect for taking a romantic moonlit stroll on the harbor front or spending the day sitting in a quiet café on King Street. Valentine’s Day Weekend is the perfect time to take a vacation to Charleston because it’s not peak tourist season, so the town won’t be super crowded.

If you are looking for romantic things to do on your Valentine’s Day weekend in Charleston, you can always take a carriage ride through historic downtown. Carriages can pick you up at the front of the King Charles Inn hotel to take you around town.  Carriage tours will take you around Charleston and show you the great historic sites like The Aiken-Rhett House, The Calhoun Mansion, Rainbow Row, The City Market, The Old Exchange Building and many more. This is a great way to see historic Charleston while snuggling with your sweetie.  When your carriage ride is over check out any of these great romantic spots for dinner in Charleston: Eighty-Two Queen, High Cotton, Anson Restaurant or McCrady’s Restaurant. All of these restaurants serve sophisticated Southern fare and feature extensive wine lists to choose from.

If you think coming to Charleston is a great idea for Valentine’s Day weekend make sure to book your stay with the King Charles Inn, a historic downtown Charleston hotel.  It’s ideally located within walking distance of all the great attractions and restaurants. The hotel offers complimentary coffee and tea and has an outdoor pool with sundeck perfect for spending the day tanning.  The King Charles Inn offers plush accommodations with eighteenth century charm including armoires and four-poster beds. Contact the King Charles Inn today with any questions or to book your weekend vacation today!

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