Historic Charleston, SC plantationsJust off Charleston's Peninsula you will find more history by way of its plantation homes. Experience visual and historical wonders at any of the Charleston plantations located minutes from the hotel. Year-round splendor and charm radiate throughout the gardens, homes and plantations of these Southern jewels. Magnolia Plantation and Gardens is a timeless look into the region's history, with sprawling gardens that recall the splendor of the South. Not far away, guests can explore other homes including Middleton Place, Drayton Hall, the Lowndes Grove Plantation, the Charleston Tea Plantation and Boone Hall.
- Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
- Middleton Place
- Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens
- Lowndes Grove Plantation
- The Charleston Tea Plantation
- Drayton Hall
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
Located along the Ashley River, this sprawling plantation home houses elegant gardens on its grounds, and is one of the oldest plantations in the South. It’s open daily for tourists and visitors.
3550 Ashley River Rd., Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Home to America’s oldest landscaped gardens, Middleton Place is a National Historic Landmark and its expansive 65 acres offer up some of the most dazzling garden displays in the country.
4300 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, South Carolina 29414
Boone Hall Plantation and Gardens
Following centuries of growth, the evenly spaced oak trees, planted in 1743 by Major John Boone, form a natural corridor where the branches meet at this beautiful Charleston plantation home.
1235 Long Point Road , Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464
Lowndes Grove Plantation
Also known as the Grove or Grove Farm, this 1786 home along the Ashley River is bordered by St. Margaret St., 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue. It’s named on the National Register of Historic Places.
266 St Margaret St., Charleston, State 29403
The Charleston Tea Plantation
Home of American Classic Tea, this 127-acre tea garden is home to Camellia Sinensis tea plants, a working tea factory and a tea gift shop where you can pick up loose teas and body products.
6617 Maybank Hwy , Wadmalaw Island, South Carolina 29487
This 18th century plantation is located along the waters of the Ashley River just 15 miles north of the city. It’s the only house on the river to survive through both the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
3380 Ashley River Rd, Charleston, South Carolina 29414