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Holiday Letting Price Information in Charleston
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Prices reach a peak a week in June. The price per night in a holiday letting in Charleston this week (30/06 - 07/07) costs on average £268. You can find some of the best deals during a week of February (23/02 - 02/03). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Charleston
Check how busy Charleston is with our availability graph. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in June (23/06 - 30/06), where 44% of the holiday lettings are booked. Conversely, it is in November (24/11 - 01/12) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The weather in Charleston
The above is a climate diagram for Charleston. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 5° in January. According to the climate diagram, August is the rainiest month of the year in Charleston.
Savour Charleston's Southern charm with a holiday letting
Drawing almost five million visitors a year, this vision of old American is popular with good reason. Be charmed by its old-world Southern hospitality and architecture as you take a carriage ride along its cobblestoned streets. Choosing a traditional holiday home for your stay offers you a true slice of South Carolina life.
Doing the Charleston
Just like in a Tennessee Williams play, Charleston is charged with Southern atmosphere. Laze on the veranda and watch the world go by, but don't miss the Old Slave Mart museum, which provides fascinating insight into the challenges faced by slaves arriving in America in the mid 1800s. Afterwards, stroll along Gateway Walk, a path that connects four of the city's most beautiful churches.
Don't miss out on hearing some of the music that's key to Charleston's history, namely Gershwin, gospel, jazz and Civil War songs, at the regular Sound of Charleston events. Carifest happens during American Heritage Month (July), and is a lively celebration of Caribbean culture.
Child's play in Charleston
Take misbehaving kids down to the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, the historical centre of Charleston's civic life. Costumed guides talk visitors through the exhibits, making lessons on the Revolutionary War fun and accessible for children.
Children and teenagers alike will love time on the beaches of Charleston. Head to Isle of Palms for volleyball and water sports, and be sure to look out for the bottlenose dolphins.
What to see
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens
Magnolia Plantation was listed among 'America's most beautiful gardens' by Travel and Leisure Magazine. Founded by the Drayton family in 1676, it's witnessed the history of America unfold. Attractions include the Nature Train, the Rice Field Boat Tour, a Zoo and the idyllic Swamp Garden.
Jutting into the Atlantic, Fort Sumter is one of the defining features of Charleston Bay. The first military conflict of the American Civil War took place here, while today, you'll find a number of National Monuments and one of the best views of the Bay.
Middleton Place Garden
Filled with colorful flower beds, America's oldest landscaped gardens were first laid by Henry Middleton in 1741. Following the design of the gardens at Versailles Palace in France, these gardens have a similarly grand atmosphere. Don't miss the Butterfly Lakes, which take the shape of our fluttering friends.
This market dates back to 1804 and has helped define the identity of Charleston ever since. Day and night markets offer visitors an array of products, including traditional sweetgrass baskets.
An elegant Georgian house in the Palladian style, Drayton Hall was founded in 1738, making it the oldest preserved plantation house in America. Guided tours are the best way to absorb the rich history of this fascinating piece of American cultural heritage.
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