Stay In A Charming B&B At South Carolina’s Mansfield Plantation, The Oldest Former Rice Plantation In America

Few people know that a mere five miles north of Georgetown sits a property that is said to be the most well preserved (former) rice plantation in America. Begun in 1718, Mansfield Plantation is also the only rice plantation in the U.S. that’s been saved from development by a direct descendant of the original owner. It currently serves as a bed and breakfast, the likes of which you just won’t find anywhere else. Period.

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Mansfield Plantation is a hidden gem not enough people know about. And now that you do, are you putting this B&B on your bucket list? The oldest preserved rice plantation in the country is a step back in time. Have you already visited? We’d love to hear all about it!

Learn more about Mansfield Plantation and reserve your room on the official website. You can also follow along with the latest updates by following the Facebook page.

And for another B&B recommendation: check out this bed and breakfast found on a farm in South Carolina!

Address: 1776 Mansfield Rd, Georgetown, SC 29440, USA