Retreat to a neighborhood bursting with history and charm after you walk to all the restaurants, shopping, and night life.
Halls Chop House and Grill 225 for steaks, Hanks or The Ordinary for Seafood, Magnolias for southern food, Hominy Grill for breakfast, or Lewis for BBQ. Kiddos in tow? Check out The Workshop, Leon's or Fuel Cantina! Need a cup of coffee or a smoothie? The Daily can provide.Bon AppetitCharleston MagazineTrip AdvisorCharleston Dining Guide
Charleston is a great place for adventure, especially in the natural beauty of the marsh. Give Captain Shane Sinclair a call at Charleston Inshore Charters. He has all the gear and tackle you could ever need. Not a fisherman? Rent a kayak or paddle board at Shem Creek.Nature Adventure OutfittersSandlapper Water ToursCharleston Inshore Charters
Charleston is rich with history. What is the best way to take it all in you ask? I say walking tour...the kids and the husband say horse and carriage. In a spooky mood? Check out Bulldog Ghost tours.Old South CarriageClassic CarriageFree Tours by FootCharleston SoleBulldog Tours
Sweetgrass baskets, toys, jewelry, food, and much more, Charleston City Market is a shopper's paradise. The building itself is full of history as it was the epicenter of trade in the early days of our nation.Charleston City Market
Less than 2 miles from UGA and Downtown, Athens is rich with fine dining, music, and the occasional tailgate. Go Dawgs!
Where?! Perhaps the best kept secret in the West that's where! The view of the Tetons from our porch is simply the best.