Georgetown Estate Rental Photos and Description
Experience true Southern hospitality at Mansfield Plantation — over 1,000 acres!
The Woodward room is one of the largest suites on this 9-bedroom property ($200). Eight additional suites are available starting at $150 to accommodate larger groups and families.
The Woodward room features period-appropriate furnishings, a private entry, private bath, closet, and more.
Available for rental on a per-night basis. The suite features a private entry to the outdoors, as well as all the modern amenities you'd expect at a modern-day bed & breakfast. The room rate is $200/night and include a full, plantation-style breakfast in the main house. Other rooms start at $150.
Double occupancy. Each person over double occupancy is an additional $20/person/night. Pets welcome for an additional $35, non-refundable cleaning fee (up to 2 pets; $70 for up to 4 pets). Explore the entire plantation or simply relax in the hammocks and enjoy some peace and quiet.
Kathryn, the Innkeeper, will provide personable service and can answer any questions you have regarding your stay. Her breakfasts, included in our room costs, is world-famous!
Georgetown is equidistant from Charleston and Myrtle Beach on Hwy 17 ... roughly 45 minutes to either location.
Numerous tv shows and movies have been filed at Mansfield Plantation, including The Patriot.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
About Kathryn Green
Mansfield Plantation is owned by the Parker family of Asheville, NC, who was able to reclaim the plantation after it went up for sale in 2004. John R. Parker is the great, great grandson of the last Parker who owned the property at the turn of the Civil War. This marks the first time in recent history that an antebellum plantation was reclaimed by direct descendants of the original owners.
Kathryn Green purchased this estate in 2004
Why Kathryn Green chose Georgetown
Mansfield is a one-of-a-kind property ... a true piece of American history. The main home, outhouses, slave cabins, slave chapel, and rice mill structures are all maintained to their original form. Guests to the property are able to explore a grand plantation on a very personal, private level ... no tour guides or crowded lines.
What makes this estate unique
A chance to experience life on a plantation, as well as enjoy the nearby cities of Georgetown and Charleston. Mansfield is bordered by the Black River, with easy canal access and a boat ramp. Local kayak/canoe outfits are happy to provide boat rentals and will have your rig waiting at our dock upon your arrival.
Or, enjoy bird watching. Mansfield offers world-class bird watching opportunities, with managed wetlands and uplands brimming with native wildlife and fauna.
The canals of Mansfield—as well as the Black River and Georgetown harbor—offer numerous fishing opportunities. offshore fishing trips can also be chartered from Georgetown harbor.