About This Listing
This room is best for two guests, however there is a rollaway cot for parents with a young child or 3 very good friends. The room has an en-suite bathroom. Breakfast is available each morning before you head off to a fun day in Charleston!
Lowcountry Living at its Best Too ! is located on the marsh for James Island Creek just minutes from the Holy City - Downtown Charleston. This private home offers a quiet king room with private bath, television and wifi. Children are welcome.
Two shopping centers featuring grocery stores, restaurants, liquor stores and pharmacies are located 1 and 2 miles away. In addition to all the fine dining in downtown Charleston, there are many restaurants within 1 to 2 miles away. There are two movie theaters 1-2 miles away.
The CARTA bus system is available at Ellis Oak Drive and that is 1.2 miles away and you could park your car and take this to downtown Charleston.
My husband and I have always enjoyed welcoming others into our home. The backyard of our property sits on the marsh and we witness the daily tide shifts and all the magnificent local birds and wildlife that share our beautiful marshland. We love meeting new folks and hope you will come and treat us to your company! Your visit includes breakfast and a microwave and refrigerator if needed.
At this time we are not accepting long term rentals.
•Breakfast is available each day. I will provide coffee and water for hot tea or oatmeal if you like. If I can I will offer a hot breakfast from 7:45 – 9:00. If you know you will not be eating breakfast or you don’t eat certain foods please let me know before hand. Yogurt, fruit, bagels, cereal and milk are always available to guests from 7:30 until 10:00.
•The kitchen is not for use by guests, however, you are welcome to use the small fridge and microwave in the dining area. If you choose to bring food in to eat please eat at the drop leaf table in the living room not the dining room table. There are paper plates, cups and cutlery on this table. There is a grill and picnic table available outside. Please remove all food you have stored in the fridge before you leave.
•Guests may do 1 load of laundry if staying 2 or more days, for the cost of $3.00. Do not take room towels to the beach, if you need a beach towel you may borrow one. If you go to the beach rinse off with the hose before coming in the house and using the shower.
•Extra toilet paper is located under the sinks in each bathroom as well as extra soap.
•The WiFi code is (phone number hidden)
•As you come and go please be sure to latch the gate to the fence so the dog does not run out. If the driveway security gate is up please open and close it as you leave.
•Please do not make your bed when you check out as I have to change the sheets.
This Airbnb is described perfectly. The home is right off of a main highway, yet is quiet and secluded. I came to Charleston to see my son and grandson and I came in late at night and left early in the morning. I passed on breakfasts, so didn't get to experience the offer of eggs and pancakes, but there was a coffee machine! I am one who needs a coffee in the morning and the Keurig was always ready to go. The shower is great, the bed is comfortable, the room is perfect. The code on the door to come and go as one pleases is easy to use. The hosts are not intrusive at all, so one can converse or not as one pleases. I highly recommend this place.
This is my 3rd time staying with Debbie and as usual it was a great experience. She makes you feel at home, serves a wonderful breakfast and her place is convenient to everything. Highly recommended!
My son, daughter and I stayed with Deborah for one night. The bed as well as the rollaway bed was very comfortable. There was a TV with Direct TV programming. The room and bathroom were clean. Breakfast was perfect, there were lots of options available. We would definitely stay here again.
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About the Host, Deborah
I am married to Ron and I am retired and moved here to Charleston 2 years ago. I am originally from Maryland. My children and grandchildren live here in Charleston.