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Woodlands Inn

Summerville, South Carolina

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Why Stay At Woodlands Inn

Woodlands Inn is escapism at its best: a former golden-age retreat in a still-bucolic low-country setting that's a perfect foil for the adult playground of Charleston, just 24 miles away.

The Scoop

If the walls at Woodlands weren't so discreet, they'd tell a tale of antebellum grandeur, party-giving as civic duty, and romantic skullduggery. This 1906 neo-Georgian mansion with a whiff of Tara was commissioned by Pennsylvania railroad baron Robert Parsons as a winter getaway in Summerville, 24 miles outside Charleston. In Parsons's time, Summerville was a destination for people who had a deep desire to be considered fashionable. One hundred years later, it remains a hot spot, thanks to Woodlands's second act as a 19-room hotel in a setting of forests and formal gardens. At check-in, the tack-sharp concierge serves guests peach-infused iced tea, with orange slices and simple syrup on the side. And every time you turn around, someone is offering you a biscuit.

Insider Tips

Woodlands hosts many on-site culinary events that spotlight local farmers, chefs, and artisans, such as painting demonstrations by local artists that culminate with a champagne brunch.

Kids and pets are well-loved here: the concierge can call on a roster of professional nannies for in-room sitting, and the property furnishes custom pet beds and made-to-order pet meals.

Awards and Recognitions

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Four-Diamond Award
- AAA

Five-Star Award
Forbes

Preferred Airport

Arrive at Charleston AFB/International Airport (CHS), which is approximately 20 miles (30 minutes) from the hotel.

125 Parsons Road, Summerville, South Carolina, United States

Hotel Features

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Property Amenities
  • Concierge
  • Spa on Property
  • Meeting Rooms
In-Room Amenities
  • Flat-Panel Televisions
  • BOSE Speakers
  • Gas Fireplaces
  • Whirlpool Tubs
  • Heated Towel Racks
Dining & Nightlife
  • Restaurant
  • Afternoon Tea
  • Room Service
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Rates Include:
  • 2-person occupancy in Superior Room
  • 3-person occupancy in Junior Suite and Executive Suite
  • Afternoon tea each day
Hotel Report From the editors of: Travel+Leisure

Don't Miss

Foodie Tour: Culinary Tours of Charleston. Go behind the scenes to taste low-country culinary treasures (grits, benne wafers, pralines, barbecue). The 2½ hour Chef's Kitchen Tour on Friday mornings takes travelers into the kitchens of some of Charleston's best restaurants. $42. 843/722-8687.

Top Shopping: Filigree. Heather Key Tiller sells her natural gemstone jewelry here, in the fashionable Upper King Design District. 843/722-6189.Read More

Delicious Dishes: FIG (Food Is Good). A coddled Sea Island Farm egg, frothy with stone crab and parsnip cream, is perfectly representative of this favorite neighborhood restaurant that serves simple, honest, and elegant dishes by staunch local-ingredient advocate chef Mike Lata. Dinner for two $100. 843/805-5900.Read More

Local Scene: Husk. Chef Sean Brock reinterprets heirloom ingredients (including resurrected pre-Civil War crops) at his restaurant in a 19th-century Queen Anne complex. Classic cocktails (hand-cut ice cubes, small-batch boutique liquors) are served in the crowded, rough-hewn bar downstairs. Drinks for two $25. 843/577-2500. Read More
The Arthur Ravenal bridge illuminates the night sky.

The Arthur Ravenal bridge illuminates the night sky.

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April 12, 2011 through 2014
Civil War Sesquicentennial

May 12-15, 2011
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May 27, 2011 - June 12, 2011
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Woodlands Inn

Summerville, South Carolina

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