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The Wentworth Mansion Hotel is one of today?s best examples of the lavishly designed structures of America?s Gilded Age, boasting of 21 bedrooms that have been exquisitely restored and equipped with luxurious and modern amenities, windows made of Tiffany stained glass, and elegant hand-carved marble fireplaces. Its restaurant, Circa 1886, is also considered one of the most popular spots in the city and has won several awards over the years. Besides a full-day spa, the mansion can also entertain guests at the Harleston Parlor for wine-tasting and at the Rodgers Library for those who wish to enjoy a quiet and peaceful time reading.

Also known as the Rodgers? Mansion, the vast estate had been built in the years 1885 to 1887 by South Carolina multimillionaire Silas Rodgers. Architect Daniel G. Waynes was commissioned to design and build the mansion according to the Second Empire style, which was made popular by France?s Emperor Napoleon III.
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