Charleston’s famed winter camellias are in full bloom. Now is a perfect time to enjoy a picturesque winter getaway in the pretty Southern city. Pack your bags and leave your heavy coats behind!
A new year is upon us. New opportunities to travel, explore, discover, and make memories to last a lifetime. Here’s a secret travel tip: January & February are a beautiful time to visit Planters Inn boutique hotel in Charleston, South Carolina. While much of the country is covered in snow, we’re wearing sweaters, eating delicious food, and swooning over thousands of pink camellia blooms.
One of the most popular excursions for Charleston visitors is a day spent exploring one or more of the historic local plantations located just a short drive from Planters Inn.
TRAVEL TIP: RESERVE PLANTERS INN’S PREMIER PLANTATION KING ROOM
To experience authentic Charleston style with soaring ceiling heights and classic architectural elements including custom crown molding, a working historic fireplace, and windows overlooking our lush garden courtyard—an enchanting urban oasis illuminated by flickering carriage lanterns, reserve the Premier Plantation King Room.
Among the best is Middleton Place, a National Historic Landmark and home to America’s oldest landscaped gardens. Here, acre-upon-acre of stunning camellia blooms explode with color during Charleston’s winter months.
We recently spent several hours enveloped in Middleton Place’s majestic beauty with ancient, moss-draped oak trees and camellia plants laden with pink blooms at every turn. Here’s a sneak peek of the pretty vistas in store for your picturesque winter getaway to Planters Inn in Charleston.