In 1718, a plot of land was granted to a family on the outskirts of the bustling new village of Georgetown, South Carolina. Construction began on the main house fifty years later, and soon after, Mansfield Plantation blossomed into one of the largest rice plantations in South Carolina.
Today, Mansfield Plantation covers nearly 1,000 acres and is recognized as "one of the most architecturally intact rice plantation in South Carolina." Guests of the Mansfield Plantation Bed & Breakfast can enjoy true 18th and 19th century luxury and relaxation ... a rare opportunity to step back in time and enjoy a .
The mile and a half approach through the manicured pine forest serves as your portal to a different world, and the original masonry gates let you know you've arrived somewhere special.
Continue on down the oak alley and pass through the preserved slave village, and on down the road just a little further and you'll arrive at your destination.
A gracious and understated plantation home anchors the property, with 3 guest houses positioned around the big house.
A fresh, Southern breakfast is served every morning in the main dining room ... one that's sure to satisfy even the biggest of hungers.
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