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Phoebe Pember House


category : Famous Homes
Located in the heart of the historic district, this architecturally distinctive property (ca.1800) is considered one of the most significant Historic Preservation properties in Charleston. Walled gardens, Private carriage and kitchen houses. Beautifully appointed guest rooms with twin, queen or king accommodations and private baths. Silver tray breakfast and complimentary parking on premises. Spa amenities. Enjoy our studio, offering classes in yoga, meditation. Relax, re-center and restore in serene and beautiful surroundings.


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Address: 26 Society ST
Charleston,SC 29401

Phone: (843) 722-4186
Fax: (843) 722-0557
Our Website:www.phoebepemberhouse.com

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