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John Rutledge House Inn


category : Famous Homes
John Rutledge, signer of the US Constitution, built his home in 1763. It is one of only fifteen homes belonging to those signers to survive. Recognized by AAA-4 Diamond Award. A noted National Historic Landmark and charter member of Historic Hotels of America.


Admission:

  • AAA Discount: Yes
  • Military Di
    Hours:

Address: 116 Broad ST
Charleston,SC 29401

Phone: (843) 723-7999
Fax: (843) 720-2615
Our Website:www.johnrutledgehouseinn.com

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