Charleston, the country home of the writers, painters and intellectuals known as the Bloomsbury group. Decorated by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, who were influenced by the Post Impressionists, such as Picasso and Cezanne. They took painting beyond the canvas, decorating walls, doors, furniture, ceramics and textiles, transforming Charleston itself into a work of art over the decades they spent living there.
Welcome to Charleston's oldest inn, Two Meeting Street, with just nine airy bedrooms full of antiques— Tiffany stained-glass windows; Audubon prints; Venetian glass fixtures. Settle into one of the rocking chairs on the wraparound porch and take in the sunset over Battery Park.