Hopsewee Plantation

Hopsewee Plantation

Experience Southern History with Hopsewee Plantation

494 Hopsewee Rd
Georgetown , SC 29440 843-546-7891
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Hopsewee Plantation

Experience Southern History with Hopsewee Plantation

Address

494 Hopsewee Rd
Georgetown, SC 29440

Description

Hopsewee Plantation was one of the largest rice farms in the South when it was built in 1740, almost 40 years before the American Revolutionary War. It was also the birthplace of Thomas Lynch, Jr., one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Now a private residence, this National Historic Landmark is open for tours, dining, weddings and special events.

Explore every room of the house, including the two former slave huts that still exist today. Learn about Hopsewee’s long history, the Beatties, who are the plantation’s present owners, as well as the slaves who lived and worked there. The mossy oaks and river view should not be missed while you are there. At River Oak Cottage, one of the best tea places in the state, you can have lunch or tea afterward.

The lunch menu features dishes developed by gourmet cook Raejean Beattie to capture the flavors and customs of the Lowcountry area. The cottage’s tastefully decorated interior creates a warm environment for any dining occasion and serves as the ideal location for intimate gatherings and wedding ceremonies.

Outside areas include a picturesque riverfront vista with Spanish moss-draped Live Oaks. Perfect for ceremonies, dancing, and mingling in addition to inside sitting in the cottage lounge and dining room. The adjacent professional catering kitchen offers a variety of dining alternatives that are all freshly prepared and served.

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