Woodlands Mansion

  • Thursday, April 4, 2013


 Luxury accommodations with the tranquility of a bed and breakfast are now available at one of the Charleston area’s most celebrated properties, Woodlands Mansion.   The Mobil Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond Award winning Woodlands Resort & Inn closed last September when the property was sold to local businessman Tom Limehouse.  Last month, he re-opened the property as Woodlands Mansion primarily focusing on corporate events and weddings.  “With the high demand for luxury accommodations in Charleston area, I am pleased to announce the addition of lodging availability at Woodlands Mansion,” Limehouse said.  Conveniently located only 30 minutes from downtown Charleston, the impeccably restored 1906 historic Greek revival mansion sits on eleven acres of parkland grounds beneath towering pines, magnolias and moss draped oaks in historic Summerville allowing guests to relax and indulge in the casually refined elegance of the property.  Within the mansion are 18 uniquely decorated guest accommodations with six different color schemes.  All feature modern conveniences such as flat panel televisions, and BOSE CD stereos.  Additional amenities include working fireplaces, king sized beds and lavish baths equipped with steam-heated towel racks, whirlpool tubs and separate showers.  “Our guests feel at home from the moment they arrive,” said Limehouse.
Call 843.875.2600 for rates and availability.


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