The best of both worlds... a peaceful respite just eight minutes from historic Charleston. Walk to Sunrise Park. Visit Folly Beach. Bicycle oak and azalea lined avenues. Relax on the front porch. Come for a night or stay for a week... the cottage is yours!
“My husband and I went down on Friday for a wedding on Johns island. It was perfect for the 2 of us and the location is close to downtown, the beach and great restaurants. Jay and I are appreciative of Nan and her husband’s hospitality. They even had some wine for us when we arrived. I would definitely recommend Nan’s place. Thank you so much for having us! Keeley”
City of Charleston STR Permit#: OP2018-00026 Quiet, creative space, conveniently located in the West Ashley neighborhood of Charleston. It is 4 miles to downtown and 5.2 miles to Battery Park at the tip of the Peninsula. My place is 13.2 miles from Folly Beach and 13.1 to the beach on Sullivan's Island.
“Chris is very communicative. The space is very stylish and only a few miles from a lot of really nice places to either eat or look at. I really liked the Glass Onion and recommend a fried green tomato sandwich. Chris supplies you with an entire basket full of ideas for your adventure. I always like staying in a home atmosphere it makes a vacation much more relaxing.”
Studio apartment is located in the oldest and arguably the most charming and unique neighborhood in Mt. Pleasant!
“This place is the definition of cozy! A live oak lined street with no cars hardly in the Old Village area. The apartment is in a great location for heading to the beaches or downtown or wherever. Even if you spend big bucks on a hotel, you won’t get a quieter night’s sleep than at this out of the way spot. Amenities were spot on: coffee, snacks, juice and some quality kitchen items should you want to do a bit of cooking. Bret has a great guidebook for visitors-especially fist timers. If you want to park the car, the area is highly walkable with lots of bars and restaurants in walking range. We are already hoping to come and stay here again.”