John Rutledge House Inn
The John Rutledge House Inn which used to be the home of the iconic signatory of the American Constitution is a rustic hotel that is just a joy for travelers and their furry canine pets too. The grand home and 2 carriage houses was built in 1763and was refurbished as a hotel in 1989.
Staying at any of their 19 spacious rooms means being surrounded by lovely period antique furnishings, resting on ultra comfortable tempur-pedic beds, complimentary continental breakfast at the courtyard, ballroom, or your own room, traditional afternoon tea in the ballroom or by the piazza overlooking Broad Street, evening sherry, brandy, or port drinks, and enjoying Godiva chocolate treats for nightly turndown service. Even your dogs get gourmet doggy treats! The 24 hour concierge service by the very dependable staff will make sure that your entire stay will be trouble free and pleasurable.