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The Inn at Middleton Place

The Inn at Middleton Place welcomes two pets with a combined weight up to 75 lbs for an additional fee of $125 per stay. Both dogs and cats are allowed. Grand Rooms and the Ashley River Room are not pet friendly. Pets must not be left unattended in rooms. Four-legged guests receive a treat bag at check-in. There are miles of pet-friendly trails to explore and there are grassy areas for pet relief on the property. The adjacent Middleton Plantation does not permit pets.
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    • 1 queen bed / 1 king bed
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Guests of The Inn have complimentary access to all the attractions which make Middleton Place so fascinating. In addition to the Gardens, begun in 1741, the House Museum (c. 1755) offers tours daily focusing on Arthur Middleton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Plantation Stableyards bring to life the sights and sounds of an 18th and 19th century self-sustaining plantation as traditional craftsmen and trades are demonstrated and displayed.

Health & Safety

Safe Stay: The Inn at Middleton Place has enhanced cleaning and safety measures in place. Hand sanitizer is provided to guests, and rooms are disinfected between each stay. Social distancing measures are in place, as well as physical barriers between staff and guests. The Inn at Middleton Place maintains a 24-hour gap period between stays in each room.


  • Pet Friendly
  • Internet Available
  • Free WiFi
  • Breakfast Available
  • Free Breakfast
  • Parking Available
  • Free Parking


BringFido Guest Rating
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating

The Inn at Middleton Place has received a rating of 2.7 out of 5 bones by 3 canine critics on BringFido and 4.5 out of 5 by 1,569 guests on TripAdvisor.

  • Arzu
    Oct. 31, 2018
    Not very friendly at all

    Just stayed here for the weekend with my service pup...nothing very pet-friendly about it!

    They said ESA's are still charged the pet fee of $75 (+ tax) when I offered paperwork, and when I told them he's also a service dog they accused me of lying and charged the pet fee anyway (which is ILLEGAL).

    And I couldn't find anything pet-friendly other than allowing your dog stay there. No poop-bags (in case you forgot yours), no water bowls or doggy treats placed around the property, similarly no doggy amenities in the rooms.

  • Jade
    May. 24, 2018
    Very Dog Friendly!

    What a neat place!! They were very open to dogs, even had a welcome bag with treats and other dog related items!! Beautiful setting and booking the rooms gets you access to the adjacent Middleton Place plantation! The buildings are slightly outdated and could use a little love (loose brick here, cobweb there)but i'm not very picky and i would definitely stay there with the dogs again!!

  • Alex
    More than a year ago
    ticks = not safe for pets

    I think the Inn was most likely a masterpiece once upon a time. There was definite wear and tear- walkway lights that didn't work, tons of spider nests and bugs that hadn't been cleaned off Windows, buildings that could have used a power wash or scrubbing, doors & stairs that needed to be cleaned of algae, mold and bugs. I'm so sad to say I wouldn't recommend this place because the staff was just so friendly and helpful...honestly I would give them 10 bones for hospitality. The problem for me was the level of cleanliness was not up to par-and I'm not just talking about inside the rooms. For the price you pay you would expect a higher standard of clean...also- now perhaps this was my own fault for not realizing this about staying on a plantation-but we found two ticks on us during our short stay// the staff acted like that wasn't anything out of the ordinary-which it may not be for a plantation-but honestly I just had no idea that in barely 11 hours we would get 2 ticks on us...with a good friend who got Lyme disease from a tick bite- I wouldn't take the chance to visit again. A day visit to the gardens and house is one thing, but if you are traveling with a pet who was basically a tick magnet and staying at the "buggier" Inn; I would pass on this place and choose lodging somewhere else. I honestly wish they would clean up the place because there were so many lovely touches that we truly appreciated.

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The Inn at Middleton Place