Lowndes Grove Plantation stands proudly along the oak-lined banks of the Ashley River. This beautifully restored, National Historic Landmark offers an unparalled backdrop for one-of-a-kind meetings, weddings, corporate receptions and private celebrations. The Main House showcases 1786-era architecture with period furnishings, an expansive piazza, grand lawn and sunlit terraces made of bluestone, brick and oyster tabby. Within this relaxed and refined setting, the scenic beauty of the Lowcountry highlights unrivalled sunset views along the waterfront.
The rich history of the property spans a Revolutionary War invasion, the arrival of Charleston World’s Fair and a visit from President Theodore Roosevelt. Since 2007, Lowndes Grove Plantation has been lovingly preserved by Patrick Properties Hospitality Group, following its meticulous restoration in collaboration with a team of architects, artisans, landscape and interior designers.
Alongside the 1786 Plantation House, the expansive grounds are also home to the more intimate River House.
Lowndes Grove Plantation edges the majestic Ashley River in historic downtown Charleston, South Carolina. Located in the peaceful Wagener Terrace neighborhood, Lowndes Grove is just a step north of Hampton Park and The Citadel, all tucked quietly away from the hustle of the city and just 20 minutes from the Charleston International Airport and area beaches. Fine dining, area hotels, shopping and an array of cultural experiences are minutes away.
Three richly appointed guest suites inside the Main House offer a serene retreat amid the timeless setting of an historic Charleston plantation. Period furnishings are complemented by modern amenities:
The charming River House houses two additional overnight suites beside the Ashley River.