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Do you want to enjoy a different vacation in a beautiful place with a great, incredible history? Visit the charismatic city of Charleston, in the beautiful state of South Carolina in the United States. Where you can enjoy all the tourist attractions that this spectacular city has for you in addition to enjoying all the comforts that its fantastic vacation rentals have, Charleston is known for its impressive pastel colored antebellum houses and its cobblestone streets. Also, its impressive architecture of the twentieth century with buildings of historical importance. Visit its fabulous museums to discover the past of this city and the role it played during the civil war. Tour the old houses and stroll through its extensive grounds that served as plantations in the past. Marvel at its incredible nature and relax in this captivating city to enjoy a magnificent vacation with your family.Extraordinary vacation rentals with sea views
Everything that a family vacation may need to enjoy the best tourist attractions, you can find them in the magnificent vacation rentals that you can rent in Charleston, located near the beach and just a few minutes from the city center, you will discover the fantastic kitchen fully equipped with oven, coffee maker, microwave, refrigerator, dining room, washing machine, dryer and all the utensils you may need to prepare delicious meals. Enjoy its large balcony that gives you the best views of the coast. Relax in your spacious living room with air conditioning, high-speed Wi-Fi, a selection of games, movies and more. Rest in your cozy rooms with great king, queen and single beds. Stroll around enjoying your comfortable garden with terrace. Book now in these magnificent accommodations and start discovering the charms of Charleston.
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Charleston is full of history wherever you look, one example of this is the impressive Drayton Hall, one of the oldest unrestored plantation houses in America that has survived the civil war that is open to the public. You can take a guided tour of its interior where you can admire its intact floors, walls and chimneys, as well as ornamental details, and original crafts from the 18th century. Outside you will be able to appreciate an incredible extension of gardens where you will find an African cemetery that belonged to the plantation in 1790 and is considered one of the oldest in the nation.Have fun at the beautiful Waterfront Park
If you want to enjoy all the beautiful scenery of Charleston and its incredible views, you cannot miss the incredible Waterfront Park, a place where locals and tourists meet to have a good time. With 12 acres of an expanse in front of the imposing sea that covers about 1000 feet of coastline. Additionally, you will also find extensive flower gardens, old benches and some swings for the little ones. Take a walk around its famous pineapple-shaped fountain that lights up every night and is a true spectacle. Just a few steps from Waterfront Park is the famous King Street that you can walk through and visit its incredible variety of shops and admire its beautiful pastel buildings.
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In the charming city of Charleston, you can enjoy an impressive museum, considered the first in the United States. Founded in 1773, under the Charleston Library Society known as the Charleston Museum, it houses permanent exhibits chronicling the history of Native Americans and early settlers. As you walk through the Lowcountry History Hall you will find slave insignia, tools used in agriculture, and learn what life was like during the revolution and the role the city played during the civil war. Additionally, for all art lovers, inside the museum you can find wonderful galleries such as the Early Days, with collections of Egyptian mummies and Greek and Roman antiquities. The Charleston Silver Loblein Gallery, which displays an incredible collection of silver objects from the Victorian era, such as George Washington's christening cup. Finally, you can also visit the historical gallery of Textiles, which display a magnificent collection of period costumes.Charleston for families
One of the best things you can do with your family on this Charleston vacation, and one of the most popular, is to visit the fantastic South Carolina Aquarium that is home to a wide variety of sea creatures, birds, and some land mammals. Discover its incredible double-deck tank of more than 385,000 gallons of capacity with beautiful species of goldfish and other underwater animals such as starfish, manta rays and others. Enjoy fun interactive shows. Visit the Shark Shallows where you can touch sharks and rays. Additionally, this fantastic aquarium has a wonderful sea turtle hospital, where it cares for sick turtles and others that are at risk, such as the amazing 220-pound Caguamo turtle. The South Carolina Aquarium is one of the best places to enjoy an afternoon of walking and fun with your family surrounded by the most beautiful marine life.
„The name Charleston, was granted by King Charles II of England, derived from Charles Towne. However, it is also known as the Holy City due to the large number of churches with bell towers that you will find throughout the city.“
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These gardens with public access are the oldest that you can find in the United States, they were opened for the first time in 1870. They are considered the last large-scale romantic style gardens made in the entire country. You can find beautiful trails and formal landscapes worthy of the best photographs. Visit the Antebellum mackerel with lake, where you can take pleasant boat tours around the garden and get to know the charming petting zoo. This incredible garden is always in constant growth due to it is passed generation after generation, so it will be worth visiting it continuously.2. Visit the ancient cathedral of Saint John Baptist
This ancient temple is a neo-Gothic structure built to replace another cathedral that was in the same place. Inside you will find unique details that are very well-preserved such as its beautiful carved oak benches, you can also contemplate its three original altars built of white marble and its delicate windows with colored stained-glass. In addition to this beautiful church, if you are a fan of temples, in Charleston you can find other wonderful ones, such as the circular Congregational Church, with an old cemetery from 1695 or the French Huguenot Church, one of the oldest congregations in the United States.3. Tour the Boone Hall Plantation
The Boone Hall plantation is one of the oldest in America, dated 1681. It is considered one of the most photographed places, famous for its three-mile Avenue of Oaks, planted in 1743 by John Boone's eldest son. This is definitely the best place to take the most beautiful photos in all of Charleston. You will also find extensive crops, whose products such as fruits and vegetables are sold within a few miles at the Boone Hall Farms Market.4. Marvel at the Calhoun Mansion
This beautiful building compares in a very different way with the rest of the houses that you can find in Charleston. Built in Italian style in 1876, impeccably decorated with the best taste of the golden age. It has 30 rooms with Tiffany decorations and a fantastic collection of paintings and art from the late 19th century. Its incredible ballroom is one of the best attributes of this house, with a 45-foot-high ceiling. Don't miss out on a guided tour of this sophisticated property and a stroll through its wonderful formal English-style gardens.5. Take a walk on the wonderful Ravenel Bridge
Across the Cooper River, finding the Ravenel Bridge, which links Charleston to Mount Pleasant, built in 2005 is a great modern feat of engineering with a fantastic and elegant cable suspension design that withstands winds of over 300 miles per hour. It is a point of reference for many visitors, it has multiple traffic channels and a path for pedestrians and cyclists called Wonder's Way where you can walk or go cycling. However, the best thing about this bridge are the fantastic and panoramic views that you can get of Charleston.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Charleston
How much do you pay, on average, for vacation rentals in Charleston?
Charleston is one of the most expensive cities in the USA. The price for a vacation rental is around $465.38 per night.
During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Charleston?
]If you are looking to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Charleston are March ($389.22 the average per night for accommodation), January ($418.76), and February ($420.06).
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Charleston?
When it comes to looking for a vacation rental in Charleston, the months when it is most expensive are, in order of highest to lowest, October, December and July, with average prices per night of $533.81, $506.49, and $504.96, respectively.
Should I plan a trip to Charleston well in advance?
When planning a vacation to Charleston, it is necessary to be proactive as 80% of rentals are usually booked, according to the data in 2020.
What are the best months for a last-minute getaway?
In 2020, the months with the largest number of properties available of the year in Charleston were April, May and December, with average availabilities of 40.75%, 36.2%, and 28.5%, respectively.
Which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is October (only 10% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by November (10.5%), and July (11.5%).
How many rentals are there in Charleston?
In Charleston we offer you an extensive catalogue of around 680 properties, with options for all tastes, thanks to our 6 local and international providers.