Are you donning a new engagement ring on your left hand this holiday season? According to Forbes.com, if it’s a fairy tale wedding you seek, look no further than Charleston and the Wentworth Mansion. In November, our five-star luxury inn was placed among the likes of Chateau D’Escliomont in France and OHEKA Castle and Estate in Huntington, New York on a list of “Mansions and Castles You Can Marry In.“
“At the Wentworth Mansion in Charleston, South Carolina, the look is a little more subdued—but no less opulent. Situated in the historic district, the mansion, built in 1886, provides couples with picture-perfect settings that include rooms with Tiffany stained glass windows and carved marble fireplaces. Rolling lawns and the elegance of the mansion’s architecture–think cornices and dormers a-go-go–ensure an easy-going, but genuinely elegant, aesthetic.
In addition, couples who marry at the Wentworth Mansion have access to a variety of places for pictures, ceremonies, and celebrations. Among these is a rooftop cupola with dazzling Charleston views and a Mansion Suite with two floor-to-ceiling fireplaces. Beyond the doors of the Wentworth Mansion itself, of course, is Charleston. And as any bride-to-be knows, this city is one of America’s top wedding destinations. For guests of the happy couple, this can mean instant access to historic tours, plenty of antiques shopping, outstanding restaurants, and galleries, too.
In the event of planning a wedding at the Wentworth Mansion, remember keep the inn’s original carriage house, now restaurant, Circa 1886 in mind. Between our 21-room historic inn and its wonderfully romantic restaurant, you have a bridal suite or romantic honeymoon retreat; a surprise engagement or photo session spot on our beautiful cupola; a rehearsal dinner and wedding receptions venue. Take a a peek at our Wedding Pinterest Board for beautiful inspiration.
Call us for more details (888-466-1886) on a Charleston wedding or look at our Wentworth Mansion wedding page for photos, menus and perfect spaces to say “I do.”