The Rhett House Inn
The Rhett House Inn consists of the Thomas Smith Rhett House, built ca. 1820 as a summer home by one of South Carolina’s wealthiest planters and statesmen; The Cottage, which was built ca. 1864 as one of the first schools/stores for freedmen in the South; and Newcastle House, a detached luxury two-bedroom home adjacent to the Inn. The Rhett House contains 10 rooms on three floors, many of which feature high ceilings, antiques, oriental rugs, fresh orchids, and fireplaces; and are surrounded by spacious verandas. The Cottage contains 7 charming and historic rooms on two floors, which feature whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, and individual decks/patios.
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