Old Village Post House - Guilds Inn

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Once the “Guilds Inn” (until around 2004), this is now a restaurant and inn called “Old Village Post House”. It was featured in “Haunted Inns of the Southeast” under its previous incarnation. The book suggested that the ghost of its previous owner, Captain Samuel Guilds, still haunted the place – and that the best time to visit (if you wanted to meet the Captain) was during a full moon. No word on whether or not the current owners continue to experience paranormal activity.

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101 Pitt St
Mt Pleasant, SC 29464
United States

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32.7870739, -79.87687499999998
Charleston County, South Carolina
Nearest Towns:
Mount Pleasant, SC (1.0 mi.)
Sullivans Island, SC (2.9 mi.)
Charleston, SC (3.2 mi.)
Isle of Palms, SC (4.8 mi.)
Folly Beach, SC (9.8 mi.)
North Charleston, SC (10.3 mi.)
Hanahan, SC (12.4 mi.)
Shell Point, SC (13.4 mi.)
Goose Creek, SC (16.2 mi.)
Kiawah Island, SC (17.3 mi.)

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