Changes at South Carolina's Woodlands Inn

The Woodlands Inn is a recently restored 1906 classic revival mansion set among 42 acres of The Woodlands Innparkland grounds just outside of Charleston, SC. The 19-room inn is one of only six properties in North America to hold the Forbes 5 Star and AAA 5 Diamond ratings for both its accommodations and dining room.

The historic venue has recently seen several changes. New owners took possession a few months ago when local attorney Johnny Linton and his family acquired Woodlands Inn. The first official function under Linton's leadership was to host 125 lawyers as part of a convention for the International Association of Young Lawyers (AIJA).

Less than a year ago, Casey Lavin was appointed general manager by Salamander Hospitality, the company that continues to manage The Woodlands Inn. (Lavin was formerly with The Greenbrier in West Virginia, where he served as the resort's vice president of food and beverage.)

Changes in the coming weeks and months include Betrothal Butler Service for Valentine's Day, which will provide advice with all aspects of proposal planning, including special delivery of the ring, creative dinner menu choices and capturing the moment on camera. After the holiday, the service will be available year-round.

For more information about Woodlands Inn visit the Cvent Supplier Network.
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