15 Church St, Charleston, SC 29401, USA    
(843) 722-7602
 
 

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Description

Circa 1842. (OP2018-00195) If you are looking for an authentic Charleston experience and not just a room, this is the inn for you. (Call directly for the lowest rates - 843-722-7602.) Your stay includes a full hot breakfast, parking, and a Charleston Social Hour (no cheap wine allowed). The Phillips-Yates-Snowden House is now the home of Dr. & Mrs. Jack W. Simmons, Jr. The property was originally owned by Captain Timothy Phillips during the Revolution. The Yates family constructed the present house in the early 1840s and it served as a hospital during the Civil War during which time it was struck by four cannonballs, two of which are now mounted on the gate posts. It is notable for its Adam style paneling by Thomas Pinckney and ironwork by Charleston iron-wright, Philip Simmons, his most recent addition (1998) being the basement gate at the front. The Earthquake of 1886 leveled the 4th story, which was rebuilt with a Mansard roof. Subsequent to this, the structure was reinforced with "earthquake rods", bolts running through the house between the exterior walls. Almost 100 years later, in bringing the structure up to code, this same technology was used with the addition of nine more bolts.

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Rates

$235 to $325

Payment Types Accepted Include Visa, Personal Checks, American Express, Travelers Checks, Master Card, Cash, PayPal, Zelle and Venmo. On Credit cards add 3-4%.

Amenities

This property has 2 total guest accommodations with private bath. The types of beds available include King, Double, Queen and Twin.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bicycles
  • Cable TV
  • Computers
  • Copy Machine
  • Fax
  • Free parking on premise
  • Hair Dryer
  • Heating
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Refrigerator
  • Wireless Internet Access

Events Hosted

    • Family Reunions
    • Honeymoons
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Birthdays & Anniversaries

Foreign Languages Spoken

French, Gullah

Parking

Off Street at no charge

Inns Of Interest

    • Civil War

Pet Restrictions

Cannot accommodate pets as we have one dog and two indoor/outdoor cats. In deference to those with pet allergies, our animals are not allowed into guest rooms and are restricted to the innkeepers rooms and some common areas.
  • Cannot Accommodate Pets As We Have One Dog
  • Two Indoor/outdoor Cats. In Deference To Those With Pet Allergies
  • Our Animals Are Not Allowed Into Guest Rooms
  • Are Restricted To The Innkeepers Rooms
  • Some Common Areas

Romantic Interest

Quiet, large, tastefully decorated rooms in the Old & Historic residential district. This is the Innkeepers family home.

What's Green About Your Inn

We recycle and compost.

Describe Garden and Grounds

Designed by renowned landscape architect, Loutrell Briggs.


Rose Room

The Rose room with the Queen bed also has a separate day bed plus a trundle bed in the room if needed to accommodate a third or fourth guest. The Rose room is on the top floor with a view of the harbor and sunrise. It has a private bathroom with shower and tub. Our rates are $240/room/night up to double occupancy.. Occasionally single nights are available at $250.00/night.. Extra guests in the same room are only $50/each. (NOTE there are NO other accommodation fees tacked on.) If you stay four or more nights there is a 10% discount. Included in the rate is a full breakfast, parking, and a 6 PM Charleston social hour with wine craft beer & snacks.. The room has a private in suite bath. Note: Our animals are not allowed in guest room in case anyone has an allergy. Please see guest comments on our webpage: www.15churchstreet.com as well as on TripAdvisor. NOTE: Please ignore TripAdvisors misleading text that we may not have availability. Book on our site or call us!

Rates: $240 - $250

Type of bed: Queen(2) , Twin

Blue

The Blue Room is on the top floor with a view of the historic roofscapes and sunset. Our rates are $240/night for up to two occupants. Being a small, owner-occupied B&B, we are exempt from taxes & hospitality fees.If you stay four or more nights there is a 10% discount. Included in the rate is a full breakfast, parking, and a 6 PM Charleston "social hour" with wine, soft drinks, snacks.. (When available our single night rate is $250.00/night.) The Blue room can also be configured with the King bed plus a day bed or Twin beds plus a day bed. The extra guests would only be an additional $50. There is also a high tech. air mattress and pad that can be slipped out for a fourth guest if so desired.Please see guest comments on our webpage: www.15churchstreet.com as well as on TripAdvisor. NOTE: Please ignore TripAdvisors misleading text that we may not have availability. Book on our site or call us!

Rates: $240 - $250

Type of bed: King(4) , Twin

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

2 night minimum. Occasionally can accommodate one night under special circumstances.

Children Restrictions

On an individual basis. Please call and discuss with the Innkeepers: 843-722-7602

Cancellation

Making a reservation at a bed and breakfast is not the same as making a hotel reservation. Due to our small size, cancellations affect us significantly. A last minute cancellation gives us little chance of re-booking a room. For this reason we request at least 2 weeks notice. Guests are responsible for payment of all nights reserved regardless of their actual arrival or departure date. No-shows are responsible for full payment of their entire reservation. Should you cancel outside of 14 days prior to arrival, your deposit will be refunded. Cancellations (including changes) made 13 days or less prior to your scheduled arrival forfeit the 50% deposit. Exceptions may be made due to sickness, family emergencies, or weather related issues.

Check-in/Check-out

04:00PM / 11:00AM


Other Activities

    • Tennis
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Bicycling
    • Beaches
    • Antiquing
    • Local Breweries Most Restaurants Within Walking Distance

Historic Interest

Built in 1842 it is the "real thing" not something made to look historic. It has survived Civil War, Carpetbaggers, Earthquake, and Hurricanes.

Nearby College/University

College of Charleston The Citadel Charleston Southern Medical University of South Carolina

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Home Away From Home in Charleston

Jack and Annelise welcome you with open arms like welcoming family and treat you that way. The house is historic, quiet and close to everything. The service was wonderful - we did not want for anything (you will love the Julie's!). Jack went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and joined us at social hour for drinks on the porch to check on our day and give us ideas of what to do next. The rates are more than reasonable and we will be returning on our next trip!
Bob and Tricia O
9/12/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Great Stay in Charleston!

As part of an Anniversary trip, my wife and I visited Charleston and had the pleasure of staying in the home of Jack and Annelise. They were wonderful hosts and made us immediately feel welcome! We loved learning about the history of their home and the neighborhood plus really enjoyed the wine and cheese social hour and breakfast. A highlight was the opportunity to visit with Jack, Annelise and the other guests. The location was great and we had a very memorable experience! Annelise went "above and beyond" by driving us into town when we were running late for our carriage ride!
Verified Guest B
9/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Southern Charm

We couldn’t have chosen a better place to stay for our first visit to Charleston than 15 Church St. Our hosts, Jack and Annalise, were very gracious and welcoming...true southern hospitality. We’d reserved the Rose Room for the week but discovered that the Carriage House was available for 4 nights in the middle of our stay, so we ‘upgraded’...worth every penny! Both rooms are lovely. The Rose Room is spacious and offers a glimpse of the harbor and beautiful sunrise views. The Carriage House is more spacious and worked out well for our needs. After a long day of walking (and I do mean walking!) we looked forward to the evening wine social where very nice wines, craft beer, and artisan cheeses were offered. It was a fun, relaxing time to gather with the other guests, along with Jack and Annalise, to talk about our day. And it wasn’t a gratuitous inquiry...they were really interested in what we’d done and seen, where we ate, and recommended other restaurants and points of interest to explore. The house is really lovely; the rooms were well appointed and very clean with plenty of towels. There was a guest kitchen area where we were welcome to put our refrigerated items, a Keurig, microwave, etc. Their helpers, Julie I and Julie II were great, too and eager to answer questions or assist us if we needed something. This was by far my favorite vacation, made extra special by our wonderful hosts, and we’re already planning our next trip!
Verified Guest A
9/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Fantastic B&B, ideal for experiencing Charleston

My wife and I had a wonderful stay here. The house is beautiful, the location in Charleston is ideal, and Jack and Annelise are the most welcoming hosts imaginable. We wouldn't consider staying anywhere else if we return to Charleston. (Which we definitely hope to do!) All in all, we thought this was the finest B&B we've stayed at. I can't recommend it highly enough!
Verified Guest O
9/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Perfection

Excellent location, family friendly. Southern hospitality at its finest. We stayed in the carriage house, suited our family of 5 perfectly!
Verified Guest S
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Great Stay in Charleston!

As part of an Anniversary trip, my wife and I visited Charleston and had the pleasure of staying in the home of Jack and Annelise. They were wonderful hosts and made us immediately feel welcome! We loved learning about the history of their home and the neighborhood plus really enjoyed the wine and cheese social hour and breakfast. A highlight was the opportunity to visit with Jack, Annelise and the other guests. The location was great and we had a very memorable experience! Annelise went "above and beyond" by driving us into town when we were running late for our carriage ride!…
Verified Guest A
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Excellent location,warm hosts

We have just returned from our 1st trip to Charleston and had a fantastic time at 15 church street. Jack and Annelise truly love their home and city and enjoyed sharing the history of both. The home is in the historic district and easy walking to just about everything. They provide bikes, free to use which was very nice. We stayed in the Blue room, which had a very comfortable bed, and ample closet and storage. The huge porch was a wonderful place to start your day with a cup of tea or coffee.
Verified Guest R
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Beautiful B&B in Historic Charleston

This is a beautiful property located in the heart of the historic district of Charleston. This was our first visit to Charleston and found that this location was within walking distance to restaurants, shops, parks, and sights. We stayed in the Carriage House with our three children and loved it! The property is wonderful and so were Jack and Annelise. Their hospitality can't be beaten and they had a lot of great information to share about the history of the town, places to eat and things to see and do. We can't wait to visit again!
Verified Guest C
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Charleston’s 5 Star B&B

This was my second visit to Charleston staying in the Carriage House of this beautiful home. The owners, Jack and Annelise, bring their home back to life as soon as you enter with their warm southern hospitality, the wonderful breakfasts and the social hour in the evenings. Conveniently located in a beautiful part of the Historic District this home has it all. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home..I look forward to my next visit!
Verified Guest M
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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A Superb B&B

15 Church is like a home away from home -- Jack and Annelise are warm and friendly hosts -- each afternoon they treat their guests to first-class wines, premium, locally brewed beers, and excellent cheeses on their lovely veranda -- the location for me was ideal -- 1/2 block from the waterfront -- with easy access to some of Charleston's finest homes -- Jack and Annelise represent Charleston hospitality at its best
Toby S
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Repeat Enthusiast

Back to Charleston after only a short interval, but determined to stay again at Jack's and Annelise's house. I wanted to show the best of Southern grace to my son, on holiday from college and new to this region. I thought that visiting a place of history and tradition is not just a matter of walking through the city, and taking a good "selfie" for our friends back home; so I am grateful to the Simmons family for adding their personal dimension to our discovery of their enchanting city. I almost forgot to mention that welcome, rooms, breakfast, helpful advice, all was perfect.
Verified Guest G
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Lovely Bed and Breakfast!

Loved staying here. Beautiful home and wonderful hospitality. I can't wait to go back again!
Verified Guest D
8/1/2018

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Fabulous Stay at 15 Church Street

This was a first visit to Charleston and Jack and Annalise provided an amazing experience. We selected 15 Church Street from reading reviews and their hospitality proved to be a wonderful inviting experience. They were attentive and provided so much history of Charleston and the surrounding area. The house is in a perfect location right off the battery within walking distance of home tours and restaurants. The accommodations were very lovely, well appointed, and spotless. Frannie the dog and Drifter the cat were delightful companions at cocktail hour and breakfast. We couldn't have been more pleased with their hospitality, the breakfasts, the location, and the accommodations at 15 Church Street.
Verified Guest G
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Charleston's Best

Our stay with Jack & Annelise was one of the most memorable stays we have ever had. They were attentive, charming, and their home is inviting and Charleston elegant. It is right off the battery within walking distance of home tours and restaurants with delicious food like Magnolia's on Bay St. Frannie the dog and Drifter the cat were boon companions at cocktail hour and breakfast. We couldn't have been more pleased and I recommend the Simmons to everyone.
Verified Guest M
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Perfection

Excellent location, family friendly. Southern hospitality at its finest. We stayed in the carriage house, suited our family of 5 perfectly!
Verified Guest L
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Charleston’s 5 Star B&B

This was my second visit to Charleston staying in the Carriage House of this beautiful home. The owners, Jack and Annelise, bring their home back to life as soon as you enter with their warm southern hospitality, the wonderful breakfasts and the social hour in the evenings. Conveniently located in a beautiful part of the Historic District this home has it all. Thank you for sharing your beautiful home..I look forward to my next visit!
Verified Guest M
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Best of Southern Grace

Back to Charleston after only a short interval, but determined to stay again at Jack's and Annelise's house. I wanted to show the best of Southern grace to my son, on holiday from college and new to this region. I thought that visiting a place of history and tradition is not just a matter of walking through the city, and taking a good "selfie" for our friends back home; so I am grateful to the Simmons family for adding their personal dimension to our discovery of their enchanting city. I almost forgot to mention that welcome, rooms, breakfast, helpful advice, all was perfect.
Verified Guest K
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Southern Charmers

We just returned from our first visit to Charleston, an experience we’ll never forget thanks to the hospitality of Jack and Annalise. Right from the start we were welcomed like old friends. The house is lovely, and the accommodations were very well appointed and spotless. We had reserved the Rose Room for the week, but discovered the Carriage House was available for 4 nights in the middle of our stay. Hubby and I looked at each other and said ‘why not?!’ Both were wonderful, and the sunrise over the harbor, which can be seen from the Rose Room, was spectacular. Jack and Annalise’s dining recommendations and suggested points of interest were greatly appreciated. The breakfast delicious and plentiful, but our favorite time of day was definitely the evening social hour! And we’re not talking jug wine and medium cheddar! Craft beer, fine wine, tasty artisan cheese,,,and always lively conversations with our hosts and fellow guests. It was a wonderful experience and we’re already talking about our next visit to this amazing city.
Verified Guest P
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Fabulous Charleston Experience

I enjoyed a wonderful birthday vacation in the perfect B & B on Church Street. Jack and Annelise were delightful hosts and enjoyed breakfast, conversation and social hour. Our room was comfortable, cool and had a fabulous view of the river. I was a block away from a terrific waterfront run and bicycles were available for touring as well. Thank you for a great time and hope to return in the future to your beautiful city and home!
Verified Guest A
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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This is the place!

Jack and Annelise are the quintessential hosts you would expect when looking for southern hospitality. Their historic home is beautifully decorated and designed to make everyone feel welcome. We were greeted with some chilled wine, tasty cheese, and lots of information about the area and how to navigate it. We stayed in the Cypress Room and it was great. Roomy, well appointed, comfy beds, and a private bathroom. The breakfast offered a lot of choices, from grits to eggs to yogurt to fresh fruit and more. The house is just a block from the water in a quiet and historic neighborhood, and within a beautiful strolling distance to downtown. We will definitely be back to Charleston to drink in more of the sights, and 15 Church Street will most certainly be our home base. Thank you Jack and Annelise for your time, attention, and opening up your beautiful home to us.
Verified Guest L
8/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Home away from Home in Charleston

Jack and Annelise welcome you with open arms like welcoming family and treat you that way. The house is historic, quiet and close to everything. The service was wonderful - we did not want for anything (you will love the Julie's!). Jack went out of his way to make us feel comfortable and joined us at social hour for drinks on the porch to check on our day and give us ideas of what to do next. The rates are more than reasonable and we will be returning on our next trip!
Bob and Tricia O
7/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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A Superb B&B

15 Church is like a home away from home -- Jack and Annelise are warm and friendly hosts -- each afternoon they treat their guests to first-class wines, premium, locally brewed beers, and excellent cheeses on their lovely veranda -- the location for me was ideal -- 1/2 block from the waterfront -- with easy access to some of Charleston's finest homes -- Jack and Annelise represent Charleston hospitality at its best
Toby S
7/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Charleston B&B at its best

Located on beautiful Church St exactly a half block from the Battery. It's an easy walk to the best Restaurants and points of interest in Charleston. The home is beautifully decorated in family and Charleston history. I can not say enough about our hosts and proprietors of this wonderful B&B. Jack and Annelise make you feel right at home from your first step inside the door. Our room was the Rose room. Beautifully decorated with a view of Charleston Harbour. They took care of the smallest details of our stay. Jack assisted me in arranging for flowers to be delivered to our room prior to our arrival. The breakfasts were of a variety and times to dine were very flexible. But most of all. What we took away from our stay the most, was the new friendship we had with Jack and Annelise. I highly recommend you give 15 Church St. a visit!
Verified Guest C
7/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Excellent location,warm hosts

We have just returned from our 1st trip to Charleston and had a fantastic time at 15 church street. Jack and Annelise truly love their home and city and enjoyed sharing the history of both. The home is in the historic district and easy walking to just about everything. They provide bikes, free to use which was very nice. We stayed in the Blue room, which had a very comfortable bed, and ample closet and storage. The huge porch was a wonderful place to start your day with a cup of tea or coffee.
Verified Guest N
6/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Beautiful B&B in Historic Charleston

This is a beautiful property located in the heart of the historic district of Charleston. This was our first visit to Charleston and found that this location was within walking distance to restaurants, shops, parks and sights. We stayed in the Carriage House with our three children and loved it! The property is wonderful and so were Jack and Annelise. Their hospitality can't be beat and they had a lot of great information to share about the history of the town, places to eat and things to see and do. We can't wait to visit again!
Verified Guest A
6/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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Lovely Bed and Breakfast!

Loved staying here. Beautiful home and wonderful hospitality. I can't wait to go back again!
Verified Guest S
5/1/2018

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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2 grand people and an amazing B&B!

Our daughter planned the trip to 15 Church Street for a special birthday. Our 4-night stay in the Carriage House was the perfect venue for a family get-together. Driving back to Florida we wrote down some thoughts/memories and couldn’t wait to write a glowing review of our experience. Then we read the other reviews and found everything conceivable had already been said! Southern hospitality at its finest, heart of historic district, beautiful house, accommodating, gracious and elegant, home away from home, lovely and charming, wonderful attentive hosts, silver and fine china, southern social hour (which we now plan to imitate) and the list goes on. Read the numerous reviews and keep in mind, we agree wholeheartedly with them! Please remember, all of this only works because of Annelise and Jack Simmons. They are the epitome of southern hospitality and have mastered the art of being the perfect hosts. These people really know what they’re doing and you will be the beneficiary, as we were. Thank you Annelise and Jack for welcoming us into your lovely home and sending us on our way with many special memories. We couldn’t have been more pleased.
Verified Guest M
5/1/2018

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Fabulous Stay at 15 Church Street

This was a first visit to Charleston and Jack and Annalise provided an amazing experience. We selected 15 Church Street from reading reviews and their hospitality proved to be a wonderful inviting experience. They were attentive and provided so much history of Charleston and the surrounding area. The house is in a perfect location right off the battery within walking distance of home tours and restaurants. The accommodations were very lovely, well appointed, and spotless. Frannie the dog and Drifter the cat were delightful companions at cocktail hour and breakfast. We couldn't have been more pleased with their hospitality, the breakfasts, the location, and the accommodations at 15 Church Street.
Verified Guest C
5/1/2018

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A Magical Gem in Charleston

We have been guests at 15 Church St. three times now and it's hands down the best B&B we have ever stayed in and we've stayed in quite a few both here and in Europe. The home is elegant and beautiful, breakfasts delightful, social hour not-to-be-missed and the hosts truly wonderful. We love exploring the beautiful old part of Charleston but the high point each time is our stay at this gracious B&B operated by Jack and Annelise.
Verified Guest D
5/1/2018

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Perfect B & B

My sister, daughter and I stayed here in March of 2018 and absolutely loved it. The location, spacious and light room (the Rose Room) we stayed in, the beautiful house and location, and most of all the hosts Jack and Annelise made our stay there perfect! Our hosts were always available with recommendations and hosted a social hour in the evenings which we enjoyed. Their cat and dog were fun too and we appreciated having bikes to take out on a ride around town.
Verified Guest G
4/1/2018

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Charleston's Best

Our stay with Jack & Annelise was one of the most memorable stays we have ever had. They were attentive, charming, and their home is inviting and Charleston elegant. It is right off the battery within walking distance of home tours and restaurants with delicious food like Magnolia's on Bay St. Frannie the dog and Drifter the cat were boon companions at cocktail hour and breakfast. We couldn't have been more pleased and I recommend the Simmons to everyone.
Verified Guest P
4/1/2018

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Perfection

We have been making regular visits to Charleston for the last 25 years - and somewhere along the way we found our way to 15 Church St, which was a fortunate thing because now we will not stay anywhere else in the city. Not only are we multiple "repeat offenders" (that's what Jack calls returning guests...), but we have stayed in every guest room at least once. The location is truly ideal, the house is spectacular, and the breakfasts are fantastic - and beyond generous (the fluffy Virginia pancakes on Sundays are always a favorite...) But what makes the place truly special are the hosts, Annelise and Jack. You simply will not find a better way to experience the magic of Charleston.
Verified Guest L
4/1/2018

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Our Family's Best B&B Stay!

Our family has traveled and stayed at many Bed & Breakfasts in the U.S. and abroad, and we cannot compare any to our stay here! We stayed at 15 Church St. in August of 2017 in the carriage house and absolutely loved it. We were treated with the most hospitality, as Jack and Annelise sat with us on the porch before breakfast, hosted the most wonderful social hours, and even offered to drive us around town to some of our dinner reservations and/or offered detailed directions. We felt included as family with them and their wonderful dogs as we got to know them throughout the day and the social hours! We have friends visiting Charleston and have already recommended this location!
Verified Guest T
3/1/2018

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Happy Days in Charleston

4 couples from Tidewater, VA headed to Charleston in February to attend the SEWE Expo and explore the city. We are greeted by our charming hosts, Annelise and Jack, and the fun began. The historic house is beautifully decorated and comfortable and offers 3 large rooms with private bath in the main house and 2 smaller rooms with private bath in attached Carriage House. Every afternoon we gathered on the piazza for Social Hour and shared our day’s activities with our hosts. Annelise’s vast knowledge of the area, its history and culture provided us with much information and suggestions for future activities. The house is conveniently located to shopping, historic sights and restaurants all within easy walking distance. Each morning we were treated to a delightful breakfast southern style seated around a beautifully set table. Sunday morning we were treated to the BEST fluffy pancakes. We had a wonderful 4 day visit to Charleston and all wish to return. Annelise and Jack are outstanding hosts and will make your stay a memorable experience.
Verified Guest N
2/1/2018

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Lovely place to stay

My husband and I have attended Charleston's Spoleto Festival since its inception, and have stayed in various B&B's there over the past 40 years or so. This one has become our favorite.The house is both elegant and homey; the porch most inviting; the breakfasts excellent; the owners very friendly and accommodating. I can't imagine we'd stay anywhere else from here on in!
Verified Guest Y
1/1/2018

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Great location, hosts, food! wonderful experience

We stayed at the recommendation of my son and daughter-in-law. Jack and Annelise were generous hosts not only with the "spot on" sightseeing tips, but also with the daily "cocktail" hour and delicious breakfasts served with fine china and silver. Their beautiful home exuded true southern style and comfort: part heirloom and part local treasures. I could not be more pleased at our accommodations situated in a lovely, historic neighborhood within walking distance to the ocean and so many sites. We will be back for another great escape from Wisconsin.
Verified Guest R
1/1/2018

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Beautiful Hosts and Home-Amazing!

Dr. & Mrs. Jack Simmons offer you true hospitality and make you feel so welcome with their graciousness to their beautiful home. The carriage house we stayed in was beautiful and felt like home away from home. The location was perfect to enjoy Charleston. The beds were so very comfortable, the breakfasts delicious especially Jack's pancakes and the social hour was so enjoyable meeting other guests while having a glass of wine. Thank you Jack and Annelise for an amazing stay!
Robin Decker
Vinton, VA

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A thrill to stay here

Dr. Jack and Annelise are such wonderful and caring hosts. You actually get to stay in the house where Dr. Jack was raised. You cannot get much more authentic than that. Annelise teaches 4th grade and the history she can provide about Charleston is amazing, and she loves to share it. I learned so much from her. The entire staff is friendly and accommodating. The next time we go to Charleston we plan to stay in their carriage house. And if you love pets, their dog and cats are the sweetest things around. Located south of Broad St. they are located in easy walking distance to most of the attractions you would want to visit.
Rennie Gabriel
Encino, CA

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Simply the Best

Jack and Annelise are themselves interesting people, and they do a wonderful job of establishing a warm and comfortable atmosphere in their home, so allowing each guest to discover just how interesting his (or her) fellow guests are. Add the fact that Jack and Annelise know everyone and everything about Charleston, and you have the most pleasant B&B experience possible.
Gregory Ashmore

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Perfection for Inn lovers!

My wife and I stayed here from Oct. 1st to Oct 16th 2018 and found the place (and the City!) delightful. We stayed in the carriage house and made full use of the living room, dining room and kitchen. It was great. The main house is an old, elegant Charleston home. The hosts, Annalise and Jack, sincerely wanted their guests to enjoy their stay and went out of their way to provide a delightful, friendly, and informative home base for us during our visit. The Inn is in the wonderful "South of Broad" neighborhood and walks to and from restaurants, galleries, and etc. were enriched by peaking in to all the gates and gardens with water fountains splashing to add to the romance. It was one of the best Inn visits we have had in over 50 years of Inn staying. Martin And Donna
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A Delightful two week stay in a Carriage House in Charleston

My husband and I booked a two week stay at the Carriage House at 15 Church Street. We couldn't have been more delighted! The Main house, a Classic treasure, was delightful and has rooms to stay in that are lovely. We chose the carriage house with a separate entrance, a kitchenette, very sweet dining room, two bedrooms and a very lovely living room. We felt at home. Our hosts, Jack and Annalise couldn't have been more accomodating, they realy do love their guests and make them feel at home. From tea in the morning on the piazza, to sipping a delicious glass or wine with cheese delights, Annalise and Jack were gracious in every way. And the two Julies were helpful and attentive in every way. The location is fabulous and you can have a car if you need one. All in all we would love to come back, we felt like family.
Donna Seim

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InnSide Tip - We loved the carriage house!
The streets at night twinkled in the area we stayed in. During the day the fountains splashed and the gardens were treasures. The city has tons of restaurants, we loved SNOB, Slightly North of Broad. Make reservations way ahead of time. The city has so much history to offer, but don't miss the beaches. We loved Folly beaches pier!
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Simply the Best

Jack and Annelise are themselves interesting people, and they do a wonderful job of establishing a warm and comfortable atmosphere in their home, so allowing each guest to discover just how interesting his (or her) fellow guests are. Add the fact that Jack and Annelise know everyone and everything about Charleston, and you have the most pleasant B&B experience possible.
Gregory Ashmore

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The Best!

After researching thoroughly all B&B's in Charleston for price and location we chose 15 Church St. The location is perfect to walk or take the free municiple bus, it's a quiet neighborhood and being able to park your car off street is nice. The owners are wonderful and make you feel welcome to share their home as if you are family. The evening cocktail hour is especially fun and interesting since they both know so much about Charleston and the history of the home. We had the "Blue" room on the 3rd floor it is huge with windows looking over the neighboring roof tops. Bed was very comfortable with nice pillows and sheets, bath has shower only, which we prefer, with nice fluffy towels. We will definitely stay again!
Nancy Sawyer
Dolores, CO

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The Best part of our visit to Charleston

We stayed three nights at the lovely home of Jack and Annalise and this made our first visit to Charleston extra special! The most important part of traveling is meeting other people and trying to live like a local which is why we like to stay at B&B or boutique hotels. Jack and Annelise provided a lot of great information prior to our visit that made planning easy. They also let us know that their friend, Gayle, would be at their home since they would be gone during part of our stay. Jack, Annelise, and Gayle made us feel welcomed like we were dear friends visiting. We stayed in the rose room which provided beautiful views. This is a beautiful old Charleston home so you are staying somewhere with history. There was a nice size bathroom attached with plush towels and good water pressure for the shower. We looked forward to their social hour in the evening with the hosts, the other guests and of course the pets! We enjoyed getting to know Frannie, Drifter, and Clarence. We enjoyed talking to the three other couples staying here during breakfast in the morning. Julie and Julie make the delicious breakfasts and they allow each guest to select from different options the evening before. There was always plenty to eat and great conversations around the dining room table! The location is perfect to explore Charleston. We took an Uber to and from the airport which was about a 30 minute drive. We walked all around the city so make sure to wear comfortable shoes because the streets and sidewalks have a lot of character! I would not recommend renting a car because the city is pedestrian friendly and many streets are narrow. If you need to go somewhere and didn’t want to walk, the Uber would work since it only took us 3 minutes when we called one to go to the airport. Our only wish is that we could have stayed a little longer! Thank you Jack, Annelise, Gayle, Julie and Julie!
CCS Family

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Charming and lovely

This was the third visit to Charleston for my wife and I, twice in the city and once across the river at the Holiday Inn. By far, this was the most charming setting with lovely hosts! Jack was out of state during our stay, but I had many conversations with him before and during our stay that made me feel welcome. Annelise made us feel like old friends from the moment we arrived. We spent most of our time walking the city, visiting establishments we already knew as well as recommendations from both Jack and Annelise. We were not disappointed! Chats with Annelise about the history of the city and of the house were captivating. She is a wealth of knowledge and a great storyteller. The house is just a few steps away from the harbor with the Ashley and Cooper rivers meet. Beautiful sunsets on the water from the Battery! The area transports you to another time, a time wonderfully described by Annelise herself. We absolutely loved our stay at their home!
Jim and Jayne Carlson

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Home away from home

My wife and I just had a wonderful stay in this impeccably clean, classic southern home. We stayed in the Blud Room wihcih was spacious with the most comfortable king bed and great bathroom with a high pressure shower. The hosipitality by our hosts was the best my wife and I have ever had at a Bi & B. The location inf the French Quarter among Charleston’s most beautiful homes and mansions can’t be beat! I ca’t recommend this B & B enough!!
Jay Pabian

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Romantic Elegance

This is the perfect combination of comfort, Southern hospitality, and location. Jack and Annelise have lived in and been involved in Charleston for many years. They delight you with their stories, suggest lovely places to eat and visit, and share their home and pets with you. There are 2 talented Julies behind the scene making it all run smoothly. We thought we were seasoned Charleston visitors but Jack and Annelise helped us find even more to love about the city. Breakfasts to get you going(not weigh you down) and a social hour to review your day and refuel for an evening stroll. The pink room begins your day with a beautiful sunrise over the water. Good times!
Karen Lyter
Carlisle, PA

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15 Church Street B& B, Outstanding value

This beautiful Charleston home in an outstanding location exceeded our already high expectations. During our recent three night stay we thoroughly enjoyed the beauty, elegance and comfort of the home and its furnishings. Friendly fellowship with the owners, fellow guests and staff made us feel like family. Even Franny, a lovable black lab was a plus. Great breakfasts as well as daily wine and cheese social hour each evening added to the fun. Our hosts were very helpful in helping to select restaurants and attractions in this beautiful city. Joel &. Jeanne Spragins, Shelby, NC
Joel Spragins
Shelby, NC

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Excellent Stay, As Always

We have enjoyed Jack and Annalise's hospitality several times. Staying at 15 Church Street always exceeds our expectations. The location is perfect, the accommodations are wonderful. We have stayed in both the Blue and the Rose rooms. And the hospitality is wonderful. Jack and Annalise serve both beer and wine at happy hour and Jack always has a local craft beer on tap for the beer lovers in the crowd.
Jill Rumberger

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True Sutherin Charm at it's Finest!

I have never felt more welcomed and at home than at 15 Church Street. The proprietors, Jack and Annelise and hostesses Julies were very gracious, friendly and informative. From the very beginning of our booking process until after our departure they handled everything promptly, efficiently and treated us like family. I especially appreciated the time and care they took to tell us about their home, share its history, and the Southern antique decor. They exceeded our expectations. It was my 1st trip to Charleston and certainly will not be my last. I cannot wait to return for a future stay here. It was quiet, comfortable, and I especially enjoyed the evening meet and greet with refreshments on the veranda. The delicious family style morning breakfasts were also a delicious special treat. Once you enter their lovely home it is like stepping back in time to real Sutherin Charm. The antiques, wraparound porch, scenic views from the windows and warm Sutherin hospitality do not get any better. Their 4 legged porch pets Frannie, Drifter and Clarence were the icing on the cake. When you stay at 15 Church Street it is like visiting your "secret fishing hole"; you do not want to tell others about how great it is and cannot wait to return!
Isabel Allen-Gregory
Astoria, OR

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Old Southern Charm and Hospitality

My first experience with a bed and breakfast, and I am afraid that I am now spoiled! It truly was a wonderful stay and we cannot thank Dr. and Mrs. Simmons, the Julia's, and Oscar for their terrific hospitality. We stayed in the Carriage House, and the only comment I will make is to not take too large of a suitcase because of the stairs and the size of the rooms. The rooms are standard size for the age of the house, but can only support a couple of small to medium-sized suitcases. Dressers are available for your use, so you can leave your main suitcase in the living room downstairs and carry up your must have clothing for the dresser. Also, this is a "walking city." You really do not need your car, and parking can be expensive and hard to find. We utilized Uber for various trips such as dinner, and it cost between $6-$8 a trip depending on where we were going. The location for this home is very central to various sites, and quite lovely. Great art work throughout the house! The beds are so comfortable, breakfast hearty and good, social hour a wonderful time to interact with other guests and to talk the Simmons. Love cats and dogs - you will feel right at home!! I cannot recommend a stay here enough. I hate to give a review, because I would love to keep it my secret!
Cheryl Nolting

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Brilliant Hospitality

My wife and I had a wonderful couple of days staying at 15 Church Street. The Carriage House was perfect and the breakfasts were excellent. Perfect position to explore Charleston and the history is all around you. The hosts were incredible and their Charleston Social was a wonderful way to interact with the hosts and guests. I recommend this B&B to anyone who wants a local Charleston experience!
David Yellowlees

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Home Away From Home

It doesn't get better than this. We stayed in the Carriage House for five nights and we felt right at home. Jack and Annelise are excellent hosts and go out of their way to make you feel comfortable. The breakfasts were delicious and we had many enjoyable conversations with other guests at the breakfast table. After our days outing there was wine, cheese and crackers waiting for us on the porch at 6:00 PM.
Carl Steinberg
Monsey, NY

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A small romantic paradise within Charleston's South of Broad oasis

Annelise and Jack were the most welcoming hosts we ever met. This went from supplying us with details about local attractions to historic and contempory events to driving us when we forgot time during the afternoon's Social Call on their lovely veranda. The historic house is exceptionally well kept, hardwood floor all around and very close to Battery Park, Historic Center and Kings Street (shopping!). Our room had a gas fireplace, which we sadly did not need. Breakfast was homemade and delicious. Unfortunately we could stay two nights only, but we will be back during our next Charleston visit.
O. Summa

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Lovely

We had a lovely 2 night stay and highly recommend this B&B.... don't hesitate to book with this lovely couple.
Andrea Frisky

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Enchanting Weekend in a Charleston Bed & Breakfast

We almost didn't go due to Hurricane Dorian but we are so glad we did. Lovely people....Jack and Annelise are simply wonderful and made us feel at home. The house was clean and very comfortable. Jack's breakfast was delicious. Two of the best things were that we got to sleep in one of those historic homes in Charleston that we frequently admire. It is a lovingly maintained home and we got to experience coffee and wine on the Piazza. The second great thing was all the delightful conversations with our host. We felt as if we were instantly long-time friends. They shared the history of the house, Charleston and their very interesting lives. A great way to experience Charleston. We'll be back
Keith Galbraith

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Weekend and Wedding in Charleston

This was my second stay, a few years ago, my daughter and I stayed at 15 Church Street. When my nephew picked Charleston for his wedding we booked again. The carriage house was a great size for my husband, me and our 2 adult daughters, having plenty of room for everyone to sleep and to get ready. The sitting room was a wonderful spot to relax as a family. Jack and Annelise are charming and gracious hosts. Afternoon cocktail hour and the delicious breakfasts make it feel like you are visiting friends. Wedding day was a very rainy Saturday and we were dressed in formal attire. The church was a few blocks from the inn. We were debating getting an Uber versus walking with umbrellas and then Jack came by and offered to drive us to the ceremony! Their efforts to make your visit comfortable and memorable goes beyond all expectations. Thanks to Jack and Annelise for a wonderful stay and the gracious hospitality. We look forward to another trip to Charleston and staying at 15 Church Street!
FRANCINE Del Ricci

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Perfect place to stay

15 Church Street is a beautiful home with a great history. We had a lot of privacy and a private bathroom. If anything was needed anything, Jack and Annalise were quick to accommodate. The bed was very comfortable, and the social hour was a delight. They have two wonderful pets that are super friendly. This place was within walking distance to most attractions and restaurants. The host provides maps and places to visit. Your stay here will not disappoint.
Jasmine Sanchez

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Charleston Visit

Jack and Annelise were most hospitable and the rooms immaculate and very comfortable! Stunning views of the city and harbor. Breakfast was delicious and the Tea Time Happy Hour delightful. They were so kind to provide us transportation to dinner when weather threatened. Definitely would recommend and looking forward to our return visit!
Karen Minekime

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Charleston Get-Away

We thoroughly enjoyed our get-away trip to Charleston earlier this month. Jack and Annelise Simmons’ B&B proved to be a great choice for us. They live in a 1840’s era house that was Jack’s childhood home that is itself a wealth of history. Their home is only a block or so from the waterfront and is within walking distance of all of the great Charleston restaurants and tourist attractions. Jack and Annelise were great hosts, and they graciously took the time to tell us about the history of Charleston and what we should see. We are looking forward to a return visit.
Olin Giles

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Locally owned and run B&B with historic charm

First of all, where to begin? 15 Church Street is by far the best place we've ever stayed at. We went for a girls' weekend and stayed in the carriage house. The rooms were beautifully decorated. The beds were super comfy. The location was perfect - walkable to everything you'd need, but also tucked away on a quiet end of the street. Jack and Annelise are the most gracious and humble hosts. They take the time to get to know you and treat you like old friends. Spending time with them at social hour and at breakfast was one of my favorite parts of the whole trip. Speaking of breakfast, you MUST try the Virginia Pancakes. They are absolutely divine. I could eat 12 of them. Honestly, I was sad to go but I'm already planning our next trip up there!
Lillian Keith
Birmingham , AL

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Best B&B in Charleston!

We had such an amazing trip to Charleston. Jack and Annelise made our trip so special. The amazing treatment started from the moment we arrived. It started with a wonderful glass of wine sitting by the fireplace. We learned so much history from them. In my opinion, I thought that they were the best tour guides! Our bed and breakfast experience was top notch! I would go back in a heart beat. Thank you Jack and Annelise for a memorable trip! ~Brian & Laura
Laura Gardella
New Lenox, IL

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Wonderful historic B & B with great hosts!

Wonderful historic home to stay in. Hospitality and care from Jack and Annaelise was great. Anticipated our needs and made us feel very welcome. Great location. Advised us well on places to see that were the best along historical, architecture, and eating. Very walk able to all of the town. We highly recommend staying at 15 Church Street B & B
Mary McClure

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Wonderful Stay

Jack and Annelise's place is a beautiful historic house located two blocks from Battery Park and within walking distance to the Charleston Market and lots of restaurants. The room was wonderful, but what we loved most was their hospitality. If you are a history buff, it doesn't get better than this home. Great little happy hour and breakfast. We loved sitting on their wraparound porch listening to the birds. The location is great because you can go sightsee and enjoy the busyness of Charleston and then return and enjoy the quietness of the neighborhood. We felt like we were visiting family, and will definitely be staying here again when we return to Charleston. Highly recommend!
Mary Knapp

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Incredible place, incredible hosts

My wife and I found Charleston to be incredible, in no small part because of Jack and Annelise and 15 Church Street. The Blue Room is spacious and comfortable, there are long visits available with hosts and guests on the shaded porch, and the home is beautiful; a wonderfully restored civil war era mansion in the heart of the historic district. We like to walk and we did not even bother with a car. We just Uber'd in from the airport and explored the historic district on foot. It was an amazing 5 days and we will be back.
Kent Smith

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July 2012 Visit

We really enjoyed our stay. Jack and Annelise were most gracious and accommodating and treated us as family members. As longtime fixtures in Charleston they are able to provide captivating tales of the history of the city, many from firsthand experience, and their insider advice on things to do and places to visit was very helpful.
Ralph Allen

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The Heart of Charleston

We had a wonderful time staying at 15 Church Street. Jack and Annelise were wonderful hosts. This B&B an ideal place to stay when visiting Charleston. Our room was beautiful, clean and very comfortable. We enjoyed talking with our hosts and other guest during the “social hour.”
christy ochsner

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Charming B&B

Just got back from a quick trip to Charleston and a wonderful stay at the 15 Church Street B&B. Jack and Annelise are gracious hosts - what a charming home (love that side porch!) serving up a hearty breakfast and casual happy hour. And you cant beat the location, just a quick walk to The Battery. We hope to get back very soon.... Joe and Diane - Ohio
Joe Scott

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An authentic Charleston experience

Our stay at 15 Church St was better than we could have ever imagined. Upon first arrival, we were thrilled to be staying in the quaintest, most charming neighborhood within walking distance to the water. Throughout our stay, Jack and Annalise were knowledgable and provided us with so much more of an explained history than any tour in town! However, this was nothing matched to their kindness and the sense of community we felt during our stay. Thank you, Jack and Annalise, we will be back!
Nicholas Broccoli

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Great hospitality

Super charming place, amazing location. Great breakfast. You get to sit with all the other guests around the table and chat. Very relaxing atmosphere. Afternoon, you meet everybody again at the social hour on the porch, where they provide drinks and crackers with cheese. The room was very cosy. great beds, we slept so well. Great water pressure in the shower! Absolutely recommended!
Ester Ken

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Vacation like you live in Charleston

From the moment you arrive Jack and Annelise welcome you into their home like family. The historic home is lovely and the history knowledge (and love) they both share or the area is fascinating and contagious. Located in a residential area, the rooms are quiet while you sleep while being within perfect walking distances to most anything you want. The breakfasts are delicious and the happy hour is wonderful. If you're looking for southern hospitality, look no further!
JS Long

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Romantic Charleston B&B experience

15 Church Street B&B is a beautiful, historic Charleston home full of southern charm. The rooms are spacious, comfortable, and beautifully decorated. Owners Jack and Annelise Simmons are the ultimate hosts providing a lovely hot breakfast and 6:00 PM happy hour daily. We thoroughly enjoyed sitting on the porch (also known as a Piazza in Charleston) for happy hour with the Simmons, their pets, and the other guests each evening. The Simmons are a wealth of knowledge about local history and recommendations of the local “Must Sees.” They provide the “heart” that makes this B&B experience extra special.
Michelle Gold

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All the best of Charleston!

Our stay at 15 Church St. B&B could not have been better. The home is lovely and located in the heart of historic South of Broad, making access to the water, historic architecture, great restaurants and shopping a breeze. Jack could not have been a finer host, providing delicious breakfasts and a sense of community among the guests. We hope to return.
William Whitehead

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Charleston at its Best!

We very much enjoyed our 3 days with Jack and Annelise. They made us feel at home and our conversations so enjoyable. The accommodations were wonderful and the location perfect…..and quiet. It is a great place to stay if you are visiting Charleston and wish to have a memorable stay.
Robert Rose
Lacrosse, VA

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Wonderful place to stay!

Beautiful and well appointed historic home located in the heart of the historic Charleston district. Easy walks to the harbor, and all area attractions. Our hosts were wonderful and provided great information about the area and restaurant recommendations. They truly made us feel at home!
Cathy Streker

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Wonderful Charming B&B - Felt like home

Jack and Annelise made us feel like family members from the start. The only unfortunate thing is that our stay was too short, but we're planning a visit back next year. The house was just wonderful and beautifully decorated. The location was perfect within walking distance of the Battery and downtown. The breakfast was perfect although we had to head out early to make it home. Looking forward to our next visit.
Scott Harris
Wake Forrest, NC

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Classic Charleston

To properly experience the "real" city, you want to stay below Broad Street where there's no commercial activity; but, since Charleston is a walking city, you still want to be close to everything. 15 Church hits that sweetspot - you'll get the best of both. Annelise and Jack are great hosts, happy both to visit with their guests as well as to provide great advice for exploring the city. You can't go wrong here, highly recommend.
Sean O'Leary
Dallas, TX

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Fantastic B&B In The Heart Of Charleston!

We had an amazing stay with Jack and Annelise! They were more than gracious hosts and made our stay as comfortable as could be! The location is perfect and very close to the battery and many of the main attractions in the heart of downtown Charleston. We would absolutely stay here again and feel right at home with the fabulous hospitality. If you are looking for something with lots of southern charm in a quiet area with lots to see, you should definitely stay at 15 Church St B&B!
Brandon Schrader

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Magic in the heart of historic Charleston

Staying at 15 Church is like coming home - literally! Jack and Annelise have been long time family friends, and I feel so very lucky each time I have had the chance to return to Charleston for a visit. Their gorgeous home is in the heart of the historic district - and it is a true delight to visit. You meet amazing other guests; get to enjoy the warmth and whit of the hosts; and stay in a spectacular spot brimming with history. And yes - even if I did not love Jack and Annelise - I would still stay as the rooms are immaculate, beds are comfortable, and all the amenities are what I look for when I travel. You walk out the door and you are in the magic of Charleston. I recently met up with my dear friend from college for a girls' weekend - and now 15 Church is the only place she'll stay when visiting Charleston too. (PS - ask about the Carriage House when traveling as a group or with kids...it is spacious and perfect for a group. My kids love it.)
Tyler Crone

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Special Memories in Charleston

Staying at 15 Church Street Bed and Breakfast was like staying with friends. Jack and Annelise were super kind and inviting, you are not only a guest at the B&B you are a guest in their home and they make sure you feel welcomed. They were available for questions or if you just want to visit. They were just a phone call away if I needed anything while exploring beautiful Charleston. The 1st day when returning my rental car, they were helpful with directions but also willing to come pick me up if it started to rain. The breakfast was super yummy and Jack made me special pancakes on my birthday ❤️. Check out time was at 11 but our flight was not until 7pm, they allowed us to keep our luggage there and use the restroom throughout the day. Jack and Annelise are wonderful people with huge hearts. Staying at their B&B will definitely add to your special memories.
Michele Sutton

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Girlfriends Reunion

What a wonderful weekend we experienced at 15 Church. We were welcomed with open arms into a beautiful historic home. Jack & Annelise were fabulous hosts caring for our every need with such attention to detail, even serving birthday cake after breakfast to one of our group. The full breakfasts were delicious and varied. We loved sitting on the porch for early morning coffee and reading in the afternoon. The Charleston Social Hour was a highlight of every day where we enjoyed fine wine and visiting with our hosts, as well as other guests. I was with 5 girlfriends for a friend’s reunion. Several girls got up to watch the sun rise since it was only two blocks to Battery Park. We had a wonderful time at the Charleston Tea Plantation & a garden tour. We were in the Carriage House which suited our needs perfectly. I will definitely come again and highly recommend this lovely B&B. Deborah B
Deborah Browning

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Charleston getaway

We loved staying at the bed and breakfast with Jack and Annelise. They immediately make you feel at home upon arrival. Their house is beautiful and their hospitality is above and beyond. They are a wealth of information on the history of Charleston, things to do or places to dine. The B&B was within walking distance of most of our activities. We enjoyed sitting on their porch whether it was for coffee in the morning, an afternoon rest or their most enjoyable daily Charleston Social Hour. We would definitely stay again.
Theresa Wehrly
Olathe, KS

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Like staying with family in the Historic District

Technically 15 Church is a Bed and Breakfast, but it felt more like we were visiting family. The proprietor, Jack Simmons, is always around and always available to help. My wife and I have stayed in many B+Bs and know the routine. You might meet the owner. The owner will have an office, where he or she is hidden from the guests. Jack seems to run his business from a laptop in the kitchen. He’s just always around. First of all, the house is gorgeous - a true representative of the old Charleston home. Formal dining room and formal living room, with a lovely spacious porch. We were there in mid April when the temperatures were in the high 70s. Jack serves wine and cheese at 6pm on the porch. It’s a great way to meet the other guests and, of course, Jack. Unfortunately, Annelise, Jack’s wife, was away visiting family. We did meet her over Facetime, though. 15 Church is a couple of blocks from the waterfront and in the best of the Historic District. It’s a very safe neighborhood. Breakfasts were delicious - a choice of frittata, scrambled eggs, grits egg casserole with croissant or toast, juice and coffee. Our room was spacious, with a comfy bed and good mattress. There was no outside noise during the night. The bathroom was well supplied with a strong, hot shower. Be careful, when choosing a room. Ours was on the third floor, with long, steep stairs. If you have problems with stairs Jack has other rooms that don’t require a steep climb. Also, even though the chance of a car break in is probably low you will park your car off the street behind a sturdy gate. You will find that Jack has an aversion to taxes and third party charges. You won’t find his property listed on third party sites and he will request payment on Venmo, which is free of charges or by personal check. This keeps his costs down and he passes that on to his guests, via low room charges. We hope to visit Charleston again and will certainly stay with Jack and Annelise!
Charles Higgins

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Great b&b experience!

My wife and I felt very welcomed by Jack at 15 Church Street. They sent us a list of suggested restaurants well in advance so we could make our reservations ahead of time. He was very accommodating with our arrival time as well. Gave us a great experience and we loved their old house. We would stay there again.
Nethanel Pokorny

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