This stately mansion has spacious public areas and guest rooms with a Southern ambience. The well-appointed rooms offer relaxing views of the Spanish moss and huge oak trees which shade the grounds. The library houses offers an excellent collection of books on the Civil War and the artwork in the dining room reflects this same period. Handsome woodwork is to be found throughout. The guest rooms are luxurious and the furnishings maintain the historic period. All rooms have indoor accessibility to the main house. All baths are private with aromatic soaps and illuminated makeup mirrors. The newer units have jetted baths, double vanities and separate walk-in showers.
Smoke free premises. 18 units, some two bedrooms. 3 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
Pros: Beautiful, olde worlde building with spacious rooms/suites, large, comfortable beds, hospitality, bar (good cocktails), restaurant (high standard of cooking), every amenity in the suites/rooms, friendliness of the staff. Breakfast included in the price.
Cons: Small thing but could not black out the room at night i.e. blinds/curtains did not cover all of the windows in one part of the suite/room.