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If You're Driving ...

A port city between the Ashley and Cooper Rivers, Charleston, South Carolina is easily accessible via the interstate system.

From the north or south on I-95
Take I-26 east and follow the signs for downtown Charleston. Follow I-26 until it runs into Meeting Street (Meeting Street Visitors Center Exit, left lane). Take the Meeting Street Visitor Center exit, continuing 1.2 miles to Hasell street. Turn left and go through next traffic signal.

On US 17 South
After crossing the Cooper River, Take East Bay Street Exit, continuing 1.3 miles to Hasell St. and turn left.

On US 17 North
After crossing the Ashley River, exit to the right and then go through the first traffic signal, putting you on Calhoun St. Continue 1.4 miles to East Bay Street and turn right. Go to the 2nd traffic signal (Hasell St.) and turn left.

Mileage to Charleston

Atlanta, GA  326   Miami, FL  590
Baltimore, MD  619   New York, NY  768
Charlotte, NC  219   Nashville, TN  572
Chicago, IL  906   Norfolk, VA  462
Los Angeles, CA  2458   Washington, DC  580

If You're Flying ...

Charleston International Airport (symbol: chs) is located in North Charleston. Airlines servicing Charleston include Delta, US Air, Continental, Midway and United Express. All major car rental companies as well as limousine service are available.

The Ansonborough Inn of Charleston, South Carolina

21 Hasell Street
Charleston, SC 29401

Toll Free: 1-800-522-2073
Local: (803) 723-1655

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