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Cabell House in Charleston, SC

Cabell House in Charleston, SC

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Company Info:

Rating: 4.11

Address: 8 Church St, Charleston, SC, 29401

    Hotels in Charleston, SC
    Bed & Breakfast in Charleston, SC



    Comments (9):

    1. Peter K.
    I decided against the normal hotel route and decided to go the way of the bed and breakfast instead. I called around a few places, but decided on the Cabell house after speaking with it's staff and realizing how much they put my needs first.

    Over the phone, Randy was so nice. I mean old southern hospitality nice. Once I arrived, she made sure that no questions went unanswered and pointed out all the best restaurants and historical sites.

    The breakfast is worth the cost of admission alone, but the rooms are far grander than my vocabulary can do justice. The entire house appears to be in perfect condition from times long past, but with the creature comforts one comes to expect from life while traveling.

    13/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Burt A.
    We travel with 2 small dogs so we are always looking for dog friendly accommodations. We couldn't have chooses a better place then the Cabell House. Nikki was great to us and the dogs. She offered to make reservations for us and to play with the dogs when we went out. Breakfast got our day out to a great start and the location was perfect on beautiful White Point Park which is a great place to walk the dogs in the morning and afternoon.
    We would definitely stay again.

    12/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Erin P.
    I had planned my sister's bachelorette party for a weekend in May at the Cabell House. I made reservations for 10 people (so basically the entire place) several months in advance. To make the reservation I also had to pay 50% of the fee upfront, which was charged to my credit card right away. When I called to confirm the reservation 3 days before we were set to arrive, I was shocked to learn that my reservation had been "lost." By this point, there were no available hotels in Charleston and we ended up having to stay on a boat. Absolutely unacceptable.

    02/05/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Linda C.
    Step back into time at the Cabell House on the Battery. As soon as you walk through the front door you know you are in a genuine southern historical home. The foyer opens into the parlor where you can relax and take tea. The windows are floor to ceiling and the staircase is definitely "grand" -

    The bedrooms are beautifully designed with your comfort in mind. Several open up to the covered balcony overlooking a garden. The Cabell House is right across the street from the historical battery which has a walk way along the harbor into downtown shops and restaurants.

    Hotels are great, but if you are going to Charleston - experience the city first hand and stay at this B&B. The breakfast is to die for so go to the table hungry...This is a must do. Would be an awesome place for weddings or a reception...

    23/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Mike V.
    The map doesn't lie, you're only a stones throw away from some truly magnificent views. You're also only a few scenic blocks away from some great food! The house is clean, spacious, and kept running by great staff! For the price, you won't find anything comparable. Our room came with a complimentary bottle of wine upon arrival and a home-cooked breakfast the next morning. Did I mention, parking was free?

    17/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Meridith M.
    Clean, charming and accommodating. The breakfast is great and the beds are comfortable.

    26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Sophie J.
    We had the Nathaniel room and absolutely love this place. It's very clean and charming. Its location is wonderful - very easy to get to all the attractions. We brought out Labrador and she agrees too. Btw, breakfast was also decent.

    07/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. wendy g.
    Lovely stay at Cabell House bed and breakfast!

    Owner Randy grew up in the house and her fondness and pride in the property is evident.  Rooms were spacious with clean and efficient bathrooms.  

    My favorite part was the porches.  Relax on the porch with wine, coffee, or other spirits, soak up the southern hospitality.  Watch tourist mill about.

    Excellent location.  We stayed at Cabell Bed and Breakfast after 3 nights in the city.  We enjoyed relaxing but still being near everything.  We could still walk to the market, King's street, battery.  One block over from the Calhoun compounds and from the path of many carriage tours.  If your tootsies are tired, Uber will take you there for a few dollars.

    Experience.  We loved the welcome we got from Randy, her daughter, and the staff. They were friendly and accessible if we needed anything.  We wanted for nothing during our stay.

    Food.  Breakfast was more than we could eat. Eggs, fresh fruit, orange juice, etc. all served in a simple but formal setting. Many glasses, utensils, itty bitty salt and pepper shakers all just for one person!  White table clothes and napkins. it was a treat to eat in a setting like that.  

    I would highly recommend this B&B and i look forward to returning to Cabell House.

    10/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. Maria P.
    This place is a true gem and I am so glad we were able to stay here.

    Normally there is a two night minimum but due to the incoming weekend guests we were able to sneak in Friday and leave Saturday.

    Mary Cabell who goes by Randy grew up in the home and continues to share her well cared for property with travelers near and far.

    The dining room, living room, and guest quarters are filled with beautiful antiques which tell a rich Southern story.

    We stayed in the 'Claiborne' room, boasting a four poster King sized bed, keurig coffee and tea maker, small tv, and private bath. The water pressure was not super strong but wasn't weak either especially since the plumbing in each guest room has been added later.

    $ 244 was what we paid a night which included complimentary wine (Randy asked me which type of wine I preferred and found a Pinot Noir) as well as the traditional southern breakfast.

    Parking is free and available adjacent to the house.

    If you're the type who can't travel without your dog you may bring it as long as it is well groomed and well behaved.

    Randy and her daughter really run a lovely B and B and I am so glad we were able to stay here.

    I would surely return in the future. As you can see most of the reviews are glowing with the exception of the 'bachelorette' party booking gone wrong but who would elect to bring such a raucous group to a quiet B and B anyway?!

    03/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0