Mansfield Plantation

1776 Mansfield Road, Georgetown, Coastal South Carolina, South Carolina, 29440, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1776 Mansfield Road, Georgetown, is near Hampton Plantation State Historic Site, Rice Museum, Kaminski House Museum, and Harold Kaminski House.
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    Great southern food

    A travel blog entry by ashka_dane on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 35 photos

    ... once the centre of a thriving network of low country rice plantations; by the 1840s the area produced nearly half the rice grown in the United States. Today its home to over 50 historical homes dating back to 1737.
    We did the historical homes tour, visiting 42 of them. Seeing such properties as Bethel African Methodist church, which is the oldest African religious denomination in the U.S. Also the Childermas Croft house which was occupied by the ...

    Southern Comfort -- Bully Style (1967)

    A travel blog entry by lizonya on Apr 05, 2014

    3 photos

    ... Ya… The Marlboro Man… Howard Johnson’s…”

    “Are we there yet?” Artiste asks again on our third day.

    “It won’t be long now,” Mom answers. “We’ll be there in about one hour.” After we arrive in Williamsburg, Dad fills up with gasoline, and asks the attendant, “How do we get to the Chamber of Commerce?”

    A few minutes later, ...

    Pirates in Georgetown

    A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 25, 2012

    3 photos

    I can't remember now, but I think we stopped for the night after motoring the whole day after leaving Myrtle Beach. Anyway our next stop was Georgetown. It was a pretty little town with nice homes, the kind with the porches that make you want to sit and have a glass of lemonade with a friend, and streets lined with majestic old trees. We walked downtown, had a meal, and went back to the boat for the evening. Along the ICW that day we had finally seen an alligator! ...

    Sarah Butler Island

    A travel blog entry by hejira on Nov 30, 2010

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... last night, I just bumped right over it, and Connor reassured me on my way to port, away from the shallows. So now I know what that feels like.
    We continued our motorboat ride for a few more hours in the rain. Connor hollered down that we were passing a marina, so Pete and Connor got us turned around and docked while I got a start on dinner. Just relaxing and listening to the rain on the deck before turning in for the night.

    I'm Getting Frustrated!

    A travel blog entry by 9lives on May 09, 2010

    3 photos

    ... right at us and then dive deep!
    We walked in Georgetown - quite the quaint and historic sleepy town. Most shops were closed because it was Sunday. The magnolia tress are in bloom here in South Carolina but in many cases you have to look up quite high to see the blossoms.
    Managed to reach Mum after a couple of tries. It sounds like there has been a cold spell at ...