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The property at Butler Greenwood is truly beautiful. Walking the grounds, with its stately live oaks draped with Spanish moss was incredibly romantic, like going back in time to slower, gentler days. We stayed in the Gazebo which was wonderful. Just the perfect place for...More
What a beautiful place this is to experience the rich history and culture of this charming state. We stayed in the Pond Cottage. As soon as we got there we were taken back to what life was like hundreds of years ago. It was exactly...More
ButlerGreenwood Bed & Breakfast. Each of the 8 individual cottages adds its own unique charm and character to the atmosphere of this family plantation. Whether you prefer the modern style of Chase's Cottage, the large 3-story family friendly Dove Cote, the Pool Pavilion's poolside entrance,...More
We recently visited for a night and stayed in the pool house. There is a king bed downstairs and two twin beds upstairs.. I had the best nights sleep! The sheets were cool and cotton and reminded me of childhood. This almost reminded me of...More
We stayed here in March 2013. It wasn't what I expected, first they are using Bed and Breakfast loosely. The breakfast was 6 mini crossants in a ziplock bag in the fridge, 2 muffins, milk and orange juice, a container of raisin bran and some...More
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Response from butler, Owner at Butler Greenwood PlantationResponded 13 April 2013
Sorry you were disappointed. We do not advertise or serve a full breakfast, only continental in each cottage. Every B&B has its unique specialties, and here we offer peace and quiet, historic structures and gardens which in March should have been beautiful. The Gazebo is...More
In response to the Gennioe review above, I'd just like to mention that those two carloads of people were trespassers who were not guests here and had no right to comment on our facilities, and when I suggested that, had they been considerate enough to ask permission I would have been glad for them to take photos of themselves on our grounds, they called me rude and have called and written complaints. They didn't even have any right to be on the grounds; our sign clearly says No Tours, only B&B guests.
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Response from butler | Property representative |
We welcome visitors to our grounds, even those who are not staying with us, if they ask permission first so that we know they are there. We allow photographs, and many pros bring brides or graduates or family groups to shoot... More
We welcome visitors to our grounds, even those who are not staying with us, if they ask permission first so that we know they are there. We allow photographs, and many pros bring brides or graduates or family groups to shoot on our grounds for a small fee. We don't charge non-professionals shooting for their own pleasure, not for sale. But we can't have unknown trespassers disturbing the peace and quiet of our paying guests, and our insurance surely doesn't cover them.