Erected in 1902, Rosemary features twenty-three rooms, of which six are guestrooms and nine are baths. Rosemary Inn beautifully captures the romance and allure of the Gilded Age. Each room is unique in character and décor. The 12-foot paneled ceilings, grand staircase, original light fixtures, pocket doors, and extensive Rosemary Pine paneling imbue each visitor in grandeur.
Come and experience the gracious accommodations found at Rosemary Inn. The ample guestrooms boast decorative period fireplaces, original oil paintings and a sitting area. Enjoy every imaginable comfort including lush feather bed mattress toppers, fine linens, down pillows and comforters as well as cozy robes and upscale bath amenities. Our guestrooms also offer the everyday comforts – high speed wireless internet, Sony iPod docking stations, televisions (for DVD use only), hair dryers, irons and ironing boards.
Originally the room of Daisy King Jackson’s this cozy room on the second floor welcomes the morning sunlight through beautifully paned diamond French windows. One can peer past the immense columns and see the commanding Magnolia tree on the front lawn. This comfortable room is complete with a carved four-poster queen bed, armoire, Queen Anne reading chair and writing desk. The private bath features a walk-in shower and lavish bath amenities. *The room is 220 square feet, bathroom is 35 square feet, for a total of 255 square feet.
Located on the second floor overlooking the veranda and lush gardens, this room was occupied by each of the Jackson boys when they were old enough to care for themselves as these quarters provided no servant’s entrance. The room is adorned with fine paintings of hunting dogs and is furnished with a pair of Queen Anne high-back chairs, beautifully carved breakfront, and a four-poster king bed residing atop an antique needle point rug. The breakfront was given to Mr. Jackson upon completion of Rosemary Hall by the Governor of South Carolina. The private bath has a shower/tub combination and a closet for your convenience. *The room is 256 square feet, bathroom is 55 square feet, for a total of 311 square feet.
Formerly the art studio of Edith Alexander (daughter of James U. Jackson who taught hundreds of students for a period of 40-years), this sumptuous suite spotlights original Alexander artwork. The suite is perfect for a romantic hideaway as it is tucked away in the back corner of the mansion, which provides sweeping views of the lush rear grounds. *The room is 264 square feet, bathroom is 72 square feet, for a total of 336 square feet.
This spacious suite was James U. Jackson Jr.’s bedroom. Located on the second floor and boasting a large bay window, this room provides glorious views of both Carolina Avenue and the fountain of Calhoun Park. One can imagine while peering through the stately white columns the old electric trolley line heading up the Avenue. This grand suite is complete with a king sleigh bed, armoire, full swivel mirror and chaise lounge. The intimate sitting area with coffee table is the perfect spot for breakfast or afternoon tea. *The room is 378 square feet, bathroom is 35 square feet, for a total of 413 square feet.
Originally the bedroom of younger daughter Edith Barrington Jackson, this room became the home to Edith and her husband James Bishop Alexander after their marriage in 1913. This elegant corner suite looks out past the grand columns to the fountain of Calhoun Park and is richly decorated in hues of blue and brown. This room is complete with a four-poster queen bed, adorned with lush silk bedding and draperies beaded with crystal, a hand carved writing desk, armoire and dresser. The large sumptuous bath features a period clawfoot tub, double vanity and walk-in shower. *The room is 289 square feet, bathroom is 182 square feet, for a total of 471 square feet.
This spacious suite was the original master bedroom to James and Edith Jackson. Located on the second floor, this guestroom is the largest at Rosemary Inn and can comfortably accommodate four people. The Jackson Suite is furnished with two queen beds, a decorative fireplace, armoire and writing desk, and a large bathroom with a combination shower and tub. *The room is 475 square feet, bathroom is 77 square feet, for a total of 552 square feet.