I don't think you're going to find any farms or ranches in Charleston
but I'm sure you'll find plenty of "bed and breakfast" inns. A "bed and
breakfast" inn is usually a large house converted to a hotel by the
owners. Since it's really just a large house there may only be 3 or 4
guest rooms. The room rate typically includes breakfast served family
style and at a particular time in the morning.
Since bed and breakfast inns are usually in old houses they may or may
not be air conditioned. That's something to be mindful of during August
Komtanoo Pinpimai wrote:
> Also, she gave a request
> for the next trip, it must be farm/ranch visiting + homestay with
> local people. I have not an idea even that the state has this kind of
> I would love to try Charleston and also revisit the Asheville in some
> upcoming trips, looks like the area has tons of interesting places.
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