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We had our ceremony and reception at The Mills House, and I cannot tell you how amazing Alicia and her staff are without busting into a million pieces. We loved every single second of planning with her. She was always readily available, so kind, and...More
Looking for a nostalgic 19th century flair accommodations within walking distance of most historic sights, then look no further. This beautiful historic hotel offers all of that and much more.
The grand entrance and lobby immediately transport you to a bygone era. A beautifully decorated...More
The Mills House did not disappoint. Exquisite surroundings and over the moon service. The staff was outstanding. They seemed genuinely interested in making our stay wonderful. The bathroom in our pool side room (2nd floor balcony) was a bit small, but the lovely room and...More
Our stay was ok at best. Came to Charleston for a concert and arrived at the hotel about 3:15 pm which is 15 minutes past their posted check in. They told us our room was not ready and would be a little while to get...More
The Mills House was once the premier hotel to stay while vacationing in Charleston, South Carolina. No longer is that true. No more wine and cheese on the 7th floor, rooms are not maintained.No more beautiful breakfast with homemade omelets or Sunday brunch
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Husk, across Queen Street from the side entrance to the Mills House, has a fabulous bar. I'm not sure how many TVs they have. For breakfast, I strongly recommend Eli's Table, 1/2 block north of the hotel on Meeting Street.