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1776 Mansfield Rd, Georgetown, SC 29440-6923, USA    
(866) 717-1776, (843) 546-6961
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  1. The Parker boy's School House includes two guest rooms, each with its own privat...
  2. The fire pit outside the North Guest House is the perfect place to relax and unw...
  3. The Old Kitchen House is located adjacent to the marsh, with three rooms inside....
  4. Dining Room. This large, formal, bright and sunny room where breakfast is served...
  5. Avenue of Oaks, leading to Mansfield's plantation house and guesthouses. The All...
  6. Mansfield Plantation has been ranked a top "romantic destination" by many public...
  7. Mansfield Plantation is a pet friendly bed and breakfast....
  8. Explore nearly 1,000 acres of unspoiled South Carolina Lowcountry, including ric...
  9. There are hammocks, swings, and benches throughout the plantation. Sit back, rel...

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Description

Circa 1800. Listed in the National Register, and featured in Mel Gibson's movie, The Patriot, Mansfield Plantation is a perfect respite for those in search of romance and history in a natural, secluded setting. The large dining room and sitting rooms are furnished with the owner's collections of 19th-century American antiques that include paintings, china, silver, furniture and gilt-framed mirrors. Accommodations include three guesthouses, each decorated in a romantic style and boasting fireplaces, hardwood floors, high ceilings, comfortable furnishings and collectibles. The vast grounds (900 private acres), shaded by moss-draped oaks, provide ideal spots for relaxing. Enjoy azalea and camellia gardens, as well as views of the surrounding marshlands. Guests can relax in hammocks or swings, watch for birds or enjoy a bike ride. Boating on the Black River is another possibility. Guests may bring their own boats or rent canoes or kayaks nearby. Among the plantation's notable historic features are a schoolhouse, kitchen, winnowing house, slave village and chapel, all of which predate the Civil War.

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Rates

$160 to $210

Payment Types Accepted Include Master Card, Visa, Personal Checks, Travelers Checks and Cash.

Amenities

This property has 8 total guest accommodations with private bath, 8 with fireplaces, 3 guest houses and 1 conference room. The types of beds available include King, Queen, Twin and Double.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bicycles
  • Cable TV
  • Coffeemaker
  • DVD
  • Fax
  • Fireplace
  • Iron/Ironing Board
  • Refrigerator
  • Television

Events Hosted

    • Family Reunions
    • Seminars
    • Meetings
    • Weddings
    • Romantic Getaways
    • Honeymoons
    • Business Retreats
    • Small Events

Inns Of Interest

    • Plantations

Pet Restrictions

In room with prior approval.
  • Innkeepers pets on premises
  • Pets Allowed
  • In Room With Prior Approval

Romantic Interest

Experience the romance of this antebellum rice plantation located on the Black River. After a full day, relax with your loved one in a hammock under a live oak tree and watch the moon rise over the water. The next morning, go back in time at the dining room table set with fine china and silver, salt masters and candlebra. Pamper yourself as you feast on a luxurious plantation-style breakfast that may well keep you full and happy until suppertime.

Innkeepers Association Memberships

SCBBA

Describe Garden and Grounds

An avenue lined with moss covered live oaks and 150 year old Camelia bushes leads to the manor house. An herb garden behind the house is used to embellish meals. Flowers abound.

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Smoking

Limited.


Other Activities

    • Tennis
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Parks
    • Museums
    • Live Theater
    • Horseback Riding
    • Golf
    • Fishing
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Birdwatching
    • Bicycling
    • Beaches
    • Art Galleries
    • Antiquing
    • Amusement Park
    • Water Sports
    • Historic Charleston
    • Myrtle Beach
    • Historic Georgetown

Historic Interest

Established in 1718, Mansfield Plantation is one of the most architecturally intact rice plantations in the United States.

Historic Awards:

  • National Register (Granted)

Historic Memberships:

  • National Trust
  • State Historical Society
  • Local Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

The Rice Museum and Kaminski House Museum (3.5 miles), Brookgreen Gardens (30 minutes), Myrtle Beach (40 minutes), Historic Charleston (one hour), Historic Georgetown (10 minutes)

Recommended Restaurant(s)

River Room, The Townhouse, Al Fresco's Georgetown Bistro.

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are Anytime, subject to availability.

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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Amazingly Romantic!!

Enjoyed a 2 night stay at this beautiful plantation. The innkeeper was most gracious and the accommodations were exquisite. I can truly say that this trip was one of my most memorable and enjoyable to date. A must see!!! Looking forward to visiting again soon.
Jessica Wiegand

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The best of Southern hospitality

We spent a wonderful four-day getaway at the plantation. This magical place is out of a movie. Everything you need for a unique Southern experience is right here--from the live oaks on this former rice plantation to the hospitality provided by innkeeper Ms. Kathryn Green. You cannot go wrong here if you are in search of a truly special experience.
Mike & Anke

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Absolutely Beautiful!!!

From the entrance with large oaks covered in Spanish moss to the actual inn itself the entire experience is breathtakingly beautiful. Quiet and peaceful and only a very short drive into Georgetown. Great breakfast too!
S. S.
Decatur, GA

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Wonderful Experience

Relaxing Place takes you back into time and the Breakfast was great.
Rosemarie Covucci

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Out of a Movie!

I fell in love with the Mansfield Plantation!! If you want the "Notebook" experience riding bikes through the beautiful over-sized oak trees covered in spanish moss experience then this is the place for you! It's nature at its best. This alone is what makes this place a beauty! I recommend the Lance Room. A very inviting, warm and cozy room! Kathryn took very good care of us by cooking the best breakfast! Breakfast is served at 9am every morning, however, even though we had to leave at 7am on our last day she accommodated us by having breakfast ready for us at 6:30am so we didn't miss out. That was very sweet of her. My favorite part of breakfast was not only the food but she even played Billie Holiday as background music. I JUST LOVED THAT! Also, even though there aren't any restaurants on the premises for lunch or dinner, you didn't need it!! It is part of the whole romantic experience! We went to a local store and bought stuff for picnics such as wine, meats and cheeses, crackers, and fruit. There is a refrigerator so we were able to store it. I will recommend this any place any time, however, ONLY TO THOSE WHO TRULY APPRECIATE THE LITTLE THINGS IN LIFE.
Valerie Nieves
Covina, CA

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Magic. A repeater, to be sure

I trolled Trip Advisor and other sites to find something special for an overnight in Georgetown, SC. Did I ever find it. The Mansfield Plantation is a wonderful site, steeped in history and restored with care and grace. We didn't have time to explore the historic restoration work being done on the Slave Chapel, and other aspects of the Plantation so we're trying to figure out when we can. A must for anyone who wants to be off the beaten path, experience a one of a kind, and/or history buffs. Truthfully though, I can't imagine anyone wldn't find it an extraordinary and special place.
Griff Samples

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Romantic!!!!

WONDERFUL!!!!!
jene Davis
hartwell, GA

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Unique!!!!!!

This is a wonderful opportunity to go back in time and capture the history of former years. Historic Charleston is nearby and the charming city of Georgetown. The innkeeper is very knowledgeable about the area and very helpful. The breakfasts are out of this world delicious!!!!! The accomadations are comfortable and beautiful.
jene Davis
hartwell, GA

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The Best of the Old South

We were only able to enjoy one evening at the Mansfield, but time seemed to slow down for us that two days that we were there. We left Mansfield inspired and refreshed. Everything was wonderful and magical. It is nice to know that history is being so thoughtfully preserved. I can't wait to go back!
Nancy Fields

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romantic honeymoon

We have spent 3 days of our honeymoon on this plantation and LOVED it! you don't find this in Europe anymore,to be in the middle of nature like this in a historic setting! LOVED the breakfasts... Thank you Kathryn! Please visit Brookgreen gardens during your stay!
Benedicte VDHVN

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A gorgeous place

We originally planned to stay three nights. Ten minutes after our arrival, we decided to spend a fourth night and would have stayed longer if we could. A gorgeous place where the history is palpable. Kathryn makes it all come alive with stories to go with her wonderful breakfasts. Our thanks to Kathryn and to the Parkers for sharing this place with us.
J Guzinlin
2/27/2011

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A journey back in time

We felt immersed in history and learned so much about rice plantation culture. Sun rises over the water and filtering through the live oaks was so peaceful. A journey back in time.
C Alli
2/27/2011

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Such a lovely place!

What a beautiful place this is and it makes for a peaceful vacation. Mansfield is lucky to be back in family hands and how lucky we all are to get to share in a little American history.
L Clark
2/27/2011

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Stellar!

Mansfield Plantation: Our expectations were met beyond what we could have imagined. The property is stellar and the hospitality warm and gracious. We will be back as will our friends. There is too much to experience here!!!
Kimberly Richard
2/27/2011

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Loved our stay!

To say we loved it would be akin to calling the Grand Canyon a ditch. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We loved it beyond belief. As Douglas MacArthur said, We shall return!
G Palmer
2/27/2011

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A wonderful stay at Mansfield !

We have been staying at B & Bs and old, historic inns and hotels for many years, but Mansfield Plantation surpasses any place we have ever stayed. Such a romantic place where the beauty, tranquility and history is incredible. The innkeeper's breakfasts were wonderful and she was so kind and helpful! We will be returning.
M Craig
2/27/2011

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another B & B for Chelsea

What a great place! It felt like going back in time to the 1700/1800's, but with modern amenities. A lovely bed and breakfast at the end of a long, winding lane.
Debbie Rogers
Greenville, NC
8/5/2010

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Secluded Spot for Chelsea

What a lovely, secluded spot for a romantic getaway! My husband & I enjoyed the beautiful grounds, lovely room and delicious breakfasts. Kathryn is a welcoming innkeeper and entertained us with some interesting stories.
Sharon Kurtz
Charleston, SC
8/4/2010

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Outstanding!

We stayed here for a short get-away weekend. How relaxing. Grounds were great for taking walks. Kathryn's breakfast was scrumptous. I loved the shrimp and grits for breakfast. Thanks!
Dawn Shreeve
Port Orange, FL
6/5/2010

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Wonderful stay with gracious hosts!

We stayed in the Lance room at the Mansfield Plantation for a weekend getaway after the holiday hustle and bustle. What a great place to relax. The owners and the innkeeper Kathryn exude the graciousness of Southern hospitality -- very pleasant and really make one feel welcome. We enjoyed long walks on the rice paddies and learned a bit of history in Georgetown at the Rice Museum. Kathryn's culinary skills are outstanding. Each morning, the breakfast is wonderful. My favorite is the Low country shrimp and grits. Since it was December and the air was cool -- we didn't have a problem with mosquitoes. This is definitely a place we would like to return to again.
Dawn Shreeve
1/22/2009

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weekend retreat

Handsome furnishings, wildlife walks, sports and hunting opportunities galore, and a sumptuous atmosphere all make for a weekend retreat to remember.
Anonymous
10/21/2008

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Publicity and Press Reviews

Georgetown Times, Charleston News & Courier, Sandlapper, Pee Dee Magazine, Charleston Magazine, Carolina Home, South Carolina Homes & Gardens, Grand Strand Magazine, The INNside Scoop, Windshield America (Fine Living Network), Treasure Hunters (NBC), The Patriot.


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