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Mansfield Plantation

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Reviewed 2 days ago NEWvia mobile

I visited with my two teenage daughters. We spent a couple hours there between the nature walk and house. We bought bug spray at the rangers station and that was a good thing because the mosquitoes were definitely biting. We had a snake cross our path, and saw lots of little crabs and lizards. The house is bare of furniture,...

Thank Christi C
Columbia, Missouri, United States
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had an entire building (the former kitchen) to ourselves. It was a beautiful setting just outside the city of Georgetown. You can still see the rice fields from the plantation days, and the slave cabins still stand. Going to this place was like stepping back into time. The hostess was tremendous, too, as was breakfast.

Thank Brian B
Kiawah Island, SC
Reviewed 10 March 2017

This was our second visit to Mansfield Plantation, and it was just as good, if not better, than our first! Our room, now our favorite, was quite spacious and was filled with lovely antique furniture and a comfortable king size bed. The bathroom is a little tight, but that is to be expected in an outbuilding of a historic plantation...

Thank tmkulick
Chicago, Illinois
Reviewed 8 March 2017

My wife and I haven't stayed at many bed-and-breadfasts that are located in antebellum mansions. Monmouth in Natchez, Mississippi, is a favorite. So is Madewood in Napoleonville, Louisiana. Add Mansfield Plantation to the list. Located at 1776 Mansfield Road, five miles north of Georgetown, South Carolina, off US Route 701. It is a well-preserved antebellum rice plantation that was established...

Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 4 March 2017 via mobile

This B&B was the most wonderful place. The accommodations were outstanding and the staff so pleasant. The AM breakfast was delicious- luxurious and very classy without any pretensions. A friend I know introduced us to this wonderful place. The setting, grounds are lovely- there was firewood for our fire in the outdoor fire pit . Just a wonderful place- you...

Thank Iris S
Reviewed 3 March 2017

Where do I begin? Our stay at Mansfield Plantation, circa 1718, in Georgetown, SC was excellent. Arriving at Mansfield and driving down a mile-long drive way is a story in itself. A beautiful brick fence lined parts of the tree-lined drive – some of the fence was curved; some straight; some bricks missing; all telling a story of a rice...

Thank 762barbaraw
Fort Mill, South Carolina
Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

It's been years since my husband and I got away by ourselves without the kids. This was a wonderful place to get away to. There are only 2 rooms in each of the 3 stand alone buildings. We stayed in a beautifully decorated room (in the Old Schoolhouse) which was comfortable and quiet. The room provided almost everything you needed-water...

Thank thazmyboyz
Reviewed 30 January 2017

We've stayed at Mansfield going back many years. The setting is gorgeous: a long driveway through tall pine forests leads to an unassuming main house with guest houses set around a large pond. Full of wildlife and old plantings--good for birders--interesting history, once a rice plantation, old slave village to explore and a hidden cemetery in the woods. Great for...

Thank LovesSA
Boston, Georgia, United States
Reviewed 18 December 2016

Spacious room with private bath in a separate building that had previously housed the kitchen. From the understated entry leading to canopied drive through centuries old oak trees to the paths along the canals to the buildings, the property offers so much history and interesting architecture in an idyllic setting that reeks of days gone by.

Thank Ann M
San Francisco
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

Beautiful property - gorgeous linens - very welcoming - loved this little visit we wandered the property relaxed in the swing and played with the dog We stayed in the schoolhouse which had a great outdoor deck

Thank goodsheets

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  • Breakfast included
  • Free Internet
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
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  • Air Conditioning
  • Microwave
  • Refrigerator in room
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  • Breakfast included
Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Mansfield Plantation (ca. 1718) is a well-preserved, antebellum rice plantation on the banks of the Black River in Georgetown, South Carolina. Today, Mansfield still retains the old world charm and elegance of a bygone era. With over 1,000 acres of property, Mansfield Plantation offers guests the unique opportunity to step back in time and experience life on a Southern Plantation.A gourmet breakfast buffet is served each morning in the main house, with offerings such as stuffed French toast, poached pears, and Kathryn's always-changing egg bake. Mansfield is sensitive to guests food allergies and preferences, so just ask!The plantation has three surrounding properties with unique guests suites in each. The North Guest House has four private suites, while the School House has two guest rooms. The Old Kitchen House has two lower-level suites and one upstairs suite. All nine guests suites have a private entrance, private bathroom, as well as many amenities from a modern hotel (satellite TV, coffee maker, mini fridge, etc.)Rent a room and stay for the weekend, or rent the entire plantation grounds! And look for Mansfield in "The Patriot", which was filmed on-location at Mansfield.As seen in Garden & Gun, Charleston Magazine, South Carolina Homes & Gardens, on CNN, and more! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Mansfield Plantation

Address: 1776 Mansfield Rd, Georgetown, SC 29440-6923
Region: United States > South Carolina > Coastal South Carolina > Georgetown
Price Range: $201 - $268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 9
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“Rooms are in buildings by themselves, so almost any room is fine.”
BrianB992, 16 May 2017 | Read review
“Stay in the old kitchen, soak up the history and enjoy the delicious Lowcountry breakfast”
866TaylorB, 7 Mar 2017 | Read review
“We loved the kitchen room.”
762barbaraw, 2 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Each room has its advantages but the old kitchen is the one I will always prefer.”
433AnnM, 17 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Any room and you won't be disappointed”
peonyrose, 20 Nov 2016 | Read review
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