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1824 Craig Farm Road, Lancaster, SC 29720, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Johannes Tromp

Description

Circa 1828. The area's oldest surviving antebellum home, this Greek Revival was saved from demolition, moved to this 400-acre estate and extensively restored. Listed in the National Register, its historic and arc...


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THE BEST!!!!

I "discovered" Kilburnie almost 5 years ago and am so thankful. Everything is perfect, especially Johannes and his amazing breakfasts. Johannes makes you feel so welcome and at home that you may not want to leave. The rooms are perfect, the setting beautiful and the innkeeper is beyond wonderful! This is the only place I ever stay when I am visiting the area. I would give it 10+ hearts if I could.
Bonnie King
Gulf Shores, AL

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High European Hospitality in South

My wife Robyn and I stayed at Kilburnie for our 18th wedding anniversary. Johannes was OUTSTANDING! You could say he's a _master_ at providing hospitality. He went above and beyond to make our stay delicious and comfortable. You will not be disappointed with a stay at The Inn. He cares and you feel it. The house and grounds were lovely and the bed was uber-comfortable. Make sure you allow time to hike the trails--he's got lots of acreage. Don't hesitate... book a night at his lovely house and you won't regret it. Peter & Robyn Charlotte, NC
Peter Alvin

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Romantic Southern Hospitality

Beautifully restored Southern historic home in beautiful setting. The service is impeccable since the innkeeper, Johannes Tromp, retired from Windows on the World and the Rainbow Room in NYC. The perfect combination of European charm and Southern hospitality make this inn a "must visit" site. Located very close to Charlotte NC, there is much to see and do in the area. All of the other guests over a four day period were repeat customers. The large private spa baths are worth the visit on their own.
Lynn Revis
Gold Canyon, AZ
10/29/2008

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Birthday Business Trip

Johannes made my 65th birthday a very special event by presenting me with 3 gorgeous Red Roses, gourmet breakfast and a warm and friendly environment! Although a group of us were on a business trip for 4 days, he provided us with great service, spacious accommodations and wonderful conversation. Johannes has the knack of making one feel at home as soon as he greets you! Wonderful place to stay, either with your "loved-one" or while on a business trip.
Pearl Prevoir
Bolton, MA
10/21/2008

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Southern Living, Sandlapper Magazine, South Carolina Magazine, Charlotte Observer, Rock Hill Herald, Lancaster News, South Carolina Educational Television (SCETV).


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