Sleepy Hollow Bed & Breakfast

Address: 220 Issaqueena Trail, Clemson, South Carolina, 29631, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 220 Issaqueena Trail, Clemson, is near Lake Jocassee, Ashtabula Plantation, and Fort Hill Plantation.
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Travel Blogs from Clemson

Reliving our Hopkins Years

A travel blog entry by rose4 on Apr 02, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

Leaving the KOA , we traveled to the tip of SC , Lake Hartwell , to visit Peggy and Chuck Herda. Had a nice lunch with them, and lots of laughs- they are doing great in their beautiful home on the lake. Once we left there, we drove to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where we'll explore for two ...

Courthouse Creek Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 22, 2015

4 photos

... We crossed the creek to the island to see the waterfall, but it was too icy to get down for a good view. Besides, this was not the one we were aiming for. We followed a steep path up the left side of the waterfall and then continued following a faint, overgrown path heading upstream along Courthouse Creek. There was no flagging tape and the path was little more than nothing at all. The only thing that helped was the snow - we ...

Foothills Trails Waterfalls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 21, 2015

9 photos

... and headed to Lower Whitewater Falls. The trail went through the woods, then followed a gravel road, before skirting around Whitewater Mountain. It then descended steeply to a nice wooden overlook for the waterfall. The falls were a good distance away, but the overlook was positioned well for views of the 400-foot waterfall surrounded by ice. After a few photos, we headed back and soon were back at the car. Our hike ...

Wintergreen Falls

A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Feb 20, 2015

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... had come up, it was still bitterly cold. We bundled up in many layers and started hiking off along Augur Hole Road. The first stretch is uphill, leading away from the parking access and running concurrently with Canebrake Trail. After the first half-mile, the trails split and we turned right to continue on Augur Hole Road. From this point, the trail is mostly downhill, heading downstream in parallel to ...

Smile or Cry

A travel blog entry by knorthcutt on Jan 31, 2015

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... the mountain. Eventually weaving through an area with a lot more vegetation, slightly jungle-like but without the heat. We took our packs off for a bit in order to get a little squirrly on a a mini boulder problem. It was slightly sketchy especially in hiking boots but it was so nice to touch real rock again...:)

Our next pit stop was along the trail when Bryan heard rustling in a bush. He declared it a bear (more likely a squirrel) ...