Ansonborough Inn, Charleston

Ansonborough Inn

21 Hasell Street

Ansonborough Inn is located within the historic district of downtown Charleston. Near the market area, you can walk to the finest restaurants, shopping and entertainment the Holy City has to offer. Ansonborough Inn resides on property that was named after Lord Anson of England, who, while on assignment to protect Charleston from pirates, won the property in a spirited poker game. Originally a three-story stationer's warehouse, circa 1901, the building was designed for individual condominium units. As a result our suites are large and range from 450 to 750 sq ft. Following that renovation, Ansonborough Inn has been transformed into a charming all-suite inn rivaling any in the South. Our majestic atrium welcomes you with exposed heart pine beams and local fire red brick. These elements were commonly used during the period and are incorporated in the decor throughout the inn. Each room has data ports for internet access, dual phone lines and voice mail. The guest business center is also available 24/7 with our compliments. A delightful continental breakfast is served each morning in the Centurion Room. Each afternoon, enjoy our wine and cheese social with our own home made pimento cheese dip. Come experience true Southern Hospitality.