No historical detail has been overlooked at this exquisite bed and breakfast.. The Scene Built in 1755 and associated with Revolutionary War hero Isaac Hayne, this inn is one of the oldest wooden residences in Charleston. Common areas and guest rooms are decorated in vibrant shades of yellow, crimson and indigo, and many feature woodwork and fireplaces dating back to the 18th century. The property is two blocks from King Street's popular antiques district and walking distance from downtown restaurants and nightlife. The Details Early Charleston law required kitchens to be detached from the main house, and the Kitchen House is the location of the inn's four rooms--each named after native Lowcountry flora. Rooms are furnished with period antiques, many of them family heirlooms. For entertainment, the inn offers a selection of books and magazines, but no TV. A full Southern breakfast is served in the formal dining room each morning, with afternoon sherry in the drawing room.