Courtyard Charleston North

2415 Mall Drive, I-26 and Montague, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29406, United States
Courtyard by Marriott North Charleston Airport/Coliseum
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Carolina Tea Plantation

by bgarner60

I am planning a trip to Charleston, SC in July. I have planned a couple tours, mostly things we can do at our pace, like a self guided walking tour. My daughter would like to visit the Carolina Tea Plantation. Any feed back from any who have visited would be appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Carolina Tea Plantation

by von.otter

We have not visited the Carolina Tea Plantation; its web site presents the place look as a quiet day in the country.

We have visited Magnolia Plantation and Gardens (www.magnoliaplantation.com)
3550 Ashley River Rd; Charleston, SC 29414-7127 (843) 571-1266.

It, too, was a nice change from the town of Charleston.

Re: Carolina Tea Plantation

by mckinney3

Not familiar with tea plantation but I always enjoy Middleton Place.

http://www.middletonplace.org/

Actually Magnolia Gardens, Middleton Place and Drayton Hall are all on the Ashley River Road.

Also check out the site of the Historical Charleston Foundation for information that seems to be inline with your planning.

http://www.historiccharleston.org/

Remember that the heat/humidity in Charleston in July is withering and plan appropriately!

Re: Carolina Tea Plantation

by leruj

We visited Carolina Tea Plantation in June '09. It was a delightful, relaxing, educational, and informative time. Well worth a day in the country and a good cup of tea.

Re: Carolina Tea Plantation

by DogPerson

Since you are staying in the Historic District, you will find plenty to see and do. Taking a carriage tour is a must. The restaurants in Charleston are among the best. 82 Queen is excellent, and offers a beautiful garden setting, but there are quite a few other restaurants offering the same high level, and high prices of dining. Not so classy but great food can be found at the popular Fleets Landing, Hyman's, Hominy Grill and the restaurants located on Shim's Creek. Charleston is a great walking, sight-seeing and shopping city - even for those who do not generally enjoy shopping.
A few things to do outside the Historic District - Patriots Point, Ft. Sumter,the Hunley Museum, walk the beaches on the lovely barrier islands (Foley Island is the most quaint). The Angel Oak is magnificent, and Charlestown Landing is well worth the time but they are not as well known as some other attractions. I have never been to the tea plantation, from what I have seen of it on TV, it is not high on my list of things to see around Charleston.
Enjoy your visit.

Travel Tips for Charleston

Antique Shopping

by gregunit

Charleston has some of the best antique stores anywhere and we enjoy antiquing with friends We spent half a day in Hungryneck Antique Mall - They have some of the most interesting antiques - stuff you can't find anywhere else!

If you want to save money on...

by Stevel47

If you want to save money on many of the top Charleston area attractions. Look for the Tourist Pack Coupon envelope. These free coupons are widely distributed at many lodgings, the area Visitors Centers and SC Welcome Centers. Visit www.touristpack.com for Free Charleston Vacation Coupons. They also added discount tickets sales that are lower than any other place I've found. Their website is www.touristpack.com

Things that tourists say in a...

by AJL29407

Things that tourists say in a restaurant that scream 'I'M NOT FROM HERE!!!'
1) 'Can I get that grilled instead of fried?'
2) 'Can I get my dressing on the side?'
3) 'Do you have a kid's menu?'
4) 'Whoa, your tea is sweet!!!'
5) 'What are grits?'
6) 'Do you carry The New York Times?'
7) 'I'm in a bit of a hurry.'

Welcome to The Slowcountry, folks...

sullivans island

by doug48

located north of the mouth of charleston harbor is the charming beach town of sullivans island. sullivans island is an interesting and historical place to visit in the charleston area. sullivans island is home to historic fort moultrie which saw duty in the revoluntionary and civil wars. to learn more about sullivans island check out my sullivans island pages. from downtown charleston take I-526 to mt. pleasant then take ben sawyer blvd to sullivans island.

Schooner Pride Harbor Sail

by grandmaR

I have not done this sail (we do quite enough sailing on our own boat), but I saw the boat when we went to the aquarium.

From their website: Two hour sail in historic Charleston Harbor aboard this 84-foot, three masted, gaff topsail schooner. She was modeled to resemble the old coastal trading schooners and has the character and charm of the great days of sail. She sails with the winds and tides so every cruise is unique. The guests may help by raising and trimming the sails or even taking a turn at the wheel.

Sailings subject to weather conditions. NO CRUISES DURING October, November, December, January and February

Adult tickets $20.00 Reservations required

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Address: 2415 Mall Drive, I-26 and Montague, North Charleston, South Carolina, 29406, United States