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on June 15, 2012
We wanted someting different from a big chain hotel, and were very satisfied with the Andrew Pinckney Inn. The decor was lovely without being overdone. The bed was very comfortable, but we thought the pillows were too soft for our liking. Onsite parking is limited, but the hotel has an agreement with a parking ramp only 1/2 block away that was convenient (the Inn validated, because the daily parking fee covered the parking ramp cost - so no extra fee). There are two buildings, one with an elevator, one without. We stayed in the building with an elevator. The view was lovely from our corner room and from the rooftop where we had breakfast. Breakfast is described as "continental" but it is very substantial - breakfast casserole, pastries, boiled eggs, yogurt, cereal, fresh fruit bowl. There is additional seating for breakfast in an air conditioned atrium if it's too warm on the rooftop. It's also located just one block from the city market and well within walking distance for all of the historic district. We would definitely stay here again. Although we didn't go into the other historic inns in the area, the location of the ones we saw appeared to be right on the busiest streets and it didn't seem like the views from those rooms would be as nice as the Andrew Pinckney Inn.
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