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The Hayne House is for the "discerning guest." This beautiful 18th-century home is located in Charleston's best South-of-Broad location. The home offers six sumptuous rooms with private baths, no television, and a full southern breakfast. the Hayne House is one of only three Charleston B&Bs to receive the coveted "Highly Recommended" endorsement from Fodor's Best Bed & Breakfasts in the South 2000. The inn is also rated among the top three inns in Charleston by In Style and TRAVEL HOLIDAY magazines.

Location: 30 King St, Charleston South Carolina 29401 Telephone 843-722-6606 Toll Free: 800-743-3583

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
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(Charleston) 27 State Street Bed & Breakfast
(Charleston) A B&B At 4 Unity Alley
(Charleston) Bed&Breakfast at 27 State Street
(Charleston) Brasington House Bed & Breakfast
(Charleston) East Bay Bed & Breakfast

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