The Wentworth Mansion is a historic bed and breakfast set in the heart of downtown Charleston, SC. The building was originally a home for wealthy cotton merchant Francis Silas Rodgers, his wife and their 13 children. In 1997, the home was converted into a 21-room inn, preserving many of its beautiful architectural details including the inlaid floors, original staircase, and Tiffany glass. The home's original carriage house was also converted into the five-star restaurant Circa 1886.
Archived in January, 2016
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