Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, a signer of the US Constitution, the John Rutledge House Inn is located approximately three blocks from Charleston's historic market area . It is also two miles from downtown Charleston and the city marina, five miles from Patriots Point, 12 miles from Folly Beach, and 15 miles from Sullivan's Island . <br><br>The antebellum home is now an elegant bed-and-breakfast where guests can enjoy afternoon tea, evening turndown, morning pastry delivery, and wine and sherry in the ballroom where patriots, statesmen, and presidents have met . Complimentary wireless Internet access is also available . <br><br>The Inn has 19 rooms in three buildings . All have antiques, historic reproductions, and a variety of amenities .
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