Fulton Lane Inn

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• Discover the history of the Fulton Lane Inn, which consists of two historic buildings on Charleston's historic Fulton Lane. The first structure debuted during the height of the Gilded Age in 1889, when laborers crafted it to serve as the local YMCA. Designed with red brick and sandstone, the building had a wealth of cutting-edge facilities. The second was originally built as a tailor shop by local businessman John Rugheimer in 1912.

• Wander through Charleston’s historic district, which contains an unparalleled collection of 18th and 19th-century architecture, including many distinctive Charleston "single houses". This type of home was built to fit in long narrow lots and is identified by it's long rectangular footprint. These houses are built in a variety of styles but have similar interior floor plans with features like a front door on the long side of the house that opens to a central hallway that includes a staircase.

• Discover the world-class hospitality at the Fulton Lane Inn, which operates under the stewardship of Charming Inns. Charming Inns has had three other historic hotels inducted into Historic Hotels of America: John Rutledge House Inn© (1763), Kings Courtyard Inn (1853), and Wentworth Mansion© (1886). The Widman family, owners of Charming Inns, was named the recipient of the 2021 Historic Hotels of America Legendary Family Historic Hoteliers Award.

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