Woodlands Inn offers new “ABC Package”

Bagpipe Guests with Drinks
Bagpipe Guests with Drinks

Bagpipe Guests with Drinks

Guest can enjoy a bagpiper and complimentary drinks on the steps of the Inn every Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m.

Acclaimed South Carolina property features weekends filled with Arts, Brunch and Culture
 
 
Summerville, SCWoodlands Inn, the highly acclaimed hotel near Charleston, SC, has launched a new “ABC Package” that highlights the brand new cultural happenings taking place on its 42-acre grounds.
 
Standing for Arts, Brunch and Culture, the overnight package features a Saturday night stay, an outdoor bagpipe performance (with complimentary champagne), live jazz, a guided phone tour featuring the works of Artist in Residence Rick Reinert, and a special Sunday Brunch at which area artists paint landscapes and mingle with guests.
 
Rates begin at $355 per night for the ABC Package, and include accommodations and Sunday Brunch for two. Special rates are available for additional nights, starting at $275.
 
Located in the heart of the South Carolina Lowcountry, Woodlands is surrounded by numerous cultural attractions, including the area’s famed plantation gardens and Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site, where you archeologists are unearthing the settlement town of Dorchester.
 
Owned by the Linton family of Summerville and managed by Salamander Hospitality, the 18-room hotel is one of only six properties in the United States to hold the Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond ratings for both lodging and dining. Earlier this summer, the restored 1906 mansion was ranked as the fourth finest hotel in the United States by readers of Travel + Leisure.
 
For more information about Woodlands Inn call (800) 774-9999 or visit www.woodlandsinn.com.

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Bagpipe Guests with Drinks

Bagpipe Guests with Drinks

Guest can enjoy a bagpiper and complimentary drinks on the steps of the Inn every Friday and Saturday at 5 p.m.

The Dining Room

The Dining Room

Rick Reinert

Rick Reinert

Rick Reinert paints during the Artists Palate Sunday Brunch at Woodlands