Old Village Post House


  • Prices are as affordable as some chain motels on the highway
  • In the most picturesque and walkable neighborhood in Mount Pleasant
  • Close to Sullivan's Island and Isle of Palms


  • Shares some public spaces with the downstairs restaurant
  • Some minor old building woes, including creaky wood floors
  • Not a traditional hotel, so service can be quirky

Published 10/28/2015

Fodor's Review

This white wooden building anchoring Mount Pleasant's Historic District is three-in-one—an excellent restaurant, a neighborly tavern, and a cozy inn set at the top of a high staircase. It has six quaint, well-appointed rooms with hardwood floors and reproduction furnishings that will remind you of Cape Cod. The dark-wood furnishings feel right at home in a building with roots in the 1880s. The food is wonderful, from the pastries at breakfast to the dinners downstairs in the Southern bistro. On Sunday you can order from the brunch menu. Staying in this charming, tree-lined village, you're within walking distance of Charleston Harbor and the nearby fishing community (and waterfront seafood restaurants) of Shem Creek. Browse the shops along Pitt Street.

Hotel Information


101 Pitt St., Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, 29464, United States

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 6 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 10/28/2015


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