You only have to watch an episode of Southern Charm for a few minutes when it dawns on you, “I want to go to there!” Yes, you want to befriend Shep and Cam and you want to clink martini glasses with Patricia Altschul, but really we all just want to go to Charleston, the oak-tree-lined town that the Charm cast calls home. Beauty aside, Charleston is also a history buff’s dream—it’s South Carolina’s oldest city and is peppered with cobblestone streets and horse-drawn carriages. Oh, and lots of pubs, taverns and watering holes, too.
Home to miles of pristine beaches and a critically-hailed restaurant scene, Charleston is a pretty sweet destination to visit, whether you’re booking a romantic reboot with your husband or a shopping-and-cocktails-filled getaway with your girls. And regardless of the reason, this is the season—for your trip, that is. Spring is the best time to visit Charleston because the weather is primo (no humidity!) and the city’s azaleas are in full bloom now through the end of the month…and will provide an excellent backdrop for all those selfies you’re sure to be taking.
Which leads us to the deal at hand! Travelzoo is offering a 45-percent discount on the gorgeous Charleston hotel Inn at Middleton Place, which is located on the grounds of Middleton Place and Gardens, America's oldest landscaped gardens. Read: You’re going to see a whole lot of azaleas if you book here, and even if you’re not a flower nut, you can still bask in the hotel’s gorgeous pool, go horseback riding or kayak on the famous Ashley River. (Oh and did we mention you just might spy some alligators, too?) This offer is going fast though, so book soon to take advantage of this steep discount.
Inn at Middleton Place
THE DEAL: 45% Off Hotel Price (Regularly $269/night)
WHEN YOU CAN GO: Now through June 29,2017
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