Established as a rice plantation in 1696 by the Huguenot, Daniel Huger, this beautiful Charleston plantation prospered along the tidal banks of the Cooper River until the original house burned. The present 40-room mansion was beautifully renovated in 1929 by U.S. Senator John S. Frelinghugsen of New Jersey, who used the property as a hunting lodge. There are five individually decorated guest rooms available, all with antique and reproduction furnishings, comfortable sitting areas, queen or full size beds, and private baths. Your choice of a continental or full breakfast is included.