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Broxton Bridge Plantation

5 reviews
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30 Jan 2018
“Brixton Bridge Plantation ”
20 Jan 2015
“A great experience”
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Reviewed 30 January 2018 via mobile

The place is very nice. And breakfast, lunch and dinner is also good. And everyday they provide new types of dishes. They service is good and room are need and clean. Interesting place to stay. The house was built in 1880. The decor and interior...More

Thank Nilam S
Reviewed 20 January 2015

Classic Southern hospitality will greet you when you come to Broxton Bridge Plantation. The plantation has been owned by the Varn family for nine generations and it is being operated as a hunting retreat and bed and breakfast. The Civil War's Battle at Broxton Bridge...More

2  Thank Jolene F
Reviewed 28 October 2014

For anyone who wants to get away and enjoy a real country/rural experience this is the place. Comfortable accommodations. Thouands of acres to roam around. Or shoot. Or ride. Steeped in history. And the owner/host is the exemplar Southern gentleman. We had a fine time....More

Thank Marshall D
Reviewed 23 December 2013

The lodging at the 7000 acres Plantation is really for staying there when you are participating in the activities which are equestrian and hunting and shooting. We stayed in the mallard room which was clean and spacious and probably the best room. The fireplace and...More

Thank IslandBelle
Reviewed 6 January 2013

Interesting place to stay. The house was built in 1880, and the dust might be the same age. The house is built of wood, including the planking in the interior. The decor is very much of the hunter-set, and this is a step back in...More

1  Thank Glen A
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United States > South Carolina > Ehrhardt
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"All the rooms seem very agreeable."
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