Chamber Guest House
At Trinity Worldwide Outreach Ministries we understand the need for peace and safety to those who travel near and far for the sake of the Gospel. We know that working for God’s Kingdom comes with its rewards but also with its demands. Having a place to rest is crucial for the continuing of ministry, and that’s what The Chamber Guest House provides for God’s servants. As with anything of precious value, Trinity Worldwide Outreach Ministries is asking everyone to join in on their efforts to finish the purchase of The Chamber Guest House. With your help, the balance of $281,793.71 paid in full, and you will be a part of a ministry dedicated to the rejuvenation of God’s servants necessary for the increase of His Kingdom.
You can donate by clicking here. We thank you in advance for your monetary contributions.
Your stay in our Chambers employs members of our community. When this house is not in use by TWOM, we make it available to Christians that visit Charleston from around the world.
Enjoy near by attractions such as
Walking Tours, Historical and Heritage Tours, South Carolina Aquarium, Battery & White Point Gardens and many more.
For a full list of locations, events, and restaurants click here
Rodney Scotts (300 ft)
1011 King Street Charleston, SC
Rodney Scotts BBQ is a amazing local restaurant presenting daily smoked pork, turkey, chicken, and steak. Its menu’s variety allows for a meal for everyone and allows for a nice, relaxed evening at an extremely convenient location.
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar (2 miles)
205 E Bay St, Charleston, SC
Amen Street Fish and Raw Bar provides locally caught oysters, clams, shrimp, and fresh fish. It is central in it’s location in downtown Charleston and provides a taste into Charleston cuisine.
188 Meeting St, Charleston, SC (1.7 miles)
The Market provides both a view of history and the chance to buy local, handcrafted goods. For example, a popular craft sold are the historically rich and elegant sweet grass baskets. The Market spans more than 1,000 feet of shops and vendors that provide the perfect souvenir.
14 Anson St, Charleston, SC (1.7 miles)
These famous and magnificent tours provide an intimate view of history while using a piece of history yourself. They give amazing tours that provide an abundance of information about Charleston and it’s history.
All Across Charleston
Appropriately nicknamed the Holy City, Charleston contains over twelve large churches just in the downtown area. These churches offer a wide variety of available services and provide their own history as well.
The Battery (2.5 miles)
Murray Blvd and East Battery St, Charleston SC
The Battery is also a very iconic spot in Charleston. It contains beautiful views as well as the beautiful, old houses that are abundant on this harbor side destination. The USS Yorktown as well as the historic Fort Sumpter can be viewed from here. A raised path contains over a mile of views that can transform your view of Charleston.
We welcome you to book a reservation at our Chamber Guest House.
Please call us to book a reservation: 1-843-853-4418
What you need to know:
- We are a religious organization, we accept people from all corners of the world. You must respect our customs and peace.
- Check-in: Anytime after 3 pm.
- Check-out: 11 am.
- Luggage storage is provided.
- Transportation is complementary from the Airport. However, you must schedule our services 48 hours prior to arriving into town.
- Our Guest Chambers is a house where we respect and honor God.
- We keep this family friendly, so please no smoking or alcohol. - Wifi is available.
- No meals are provided, but restaurants are located minutes away from the house.
- Kitchen is fully furnished and equipped. Light snacks are available for you.
- There is no curfew once you have checked in, however we have quiet hours from 10pm - 8am.
- Your stay here is private and safe.
Rainbow Row (2.2 miles)
83 East Bay St, Charleston SC
Rainbow Row is arguably the most photographed spot in Charleston. It’s pastel houses were restored in the 1930s and 1940s and were once on the waterfront but the surrounding area has now been filled in. Despite this, it is only a few blocks away from both Waterfront Park as well as the Battery.
The Ravenel Bridge
Highway 17, Charleston SC (0.9 miles)
The Ravenel Bridge first opened in July 16, 2005 and Charleston never looked back. Its unique architecture can be viewed from almost all of Charleston and is a monument of the cities beauty. There is a wide path that allows both walkers or bikers and provides a stunning view of Charleston as well as the surrounding beaches.
1 Vendue Range, Charleston SC (2.3 miles)
Waterfront Park has a wonderful view of the harbor, the Ravanel Bridge, as well as the USS Yorktown. The park contains a pier, benches, as well as fountains. The pier is usually a common place to find vendors selling Italian ice as well as sweet grass roses. The benches are a nice place to sit after a long walk, or an area to enjoy a sweet treat in the shade.
30 Mary Murray Dr, Charleston SC (1000 ft)
Hampton Park shows the beauty of Charleston and is the centerpiece of the upper peninsula. It contains both spaces for entertainment, recreation, athletics, and enjoying a nice walk. Furthermore, it contains history. It was once a cemetery during the civil war as well as a racetrack in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. It also has a statue of Denmark Vesey, a carpenter and leader among African Americans for freedom in Charleston.