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Dunham Farms

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Just 30 minutes from Historic Savannah, Dunham Farms is a relaxed country escape nestled in 10,000 privately-owned acres of natural waterfront beauty. Nine spacious, quiet and well-appointed guest rooms with private baths occupy a former plantation horse barn fully renovated in 1998. Full gourmet breakfast, afternoon hors d'oeuvres, daily guided walks of the grounds, use of the screened pool and extensive trail system are included in room rates. Kayak excursions are available on weekends. Restaurants and historic and environmental attractions nearby. Innkeepers' family has lived here since 1755, and they love to share their love of the land and its history with guests from around the world.
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We booked this place as we wanted the real Southern Plantation experience and found the most peaceful and relaxing place. The photos online don't do it enough justice. This place is covered in living oaks full of the ghostly Spanish moss. There are endless walks along the bluff with beautiful views of the swamps/ marshes. And benches and chairs wherever you want to sit down and relax. The B&B was in a converted old barn and lovingly decorated. The Inn keeper Becky was a lovely lady and an amazing cook. Her tables settings were a beautiful surprise every morning and when she cooked us a special shrimps dinner. (And we raided the freshly baked cookie jar late at night :-)). The owners of the plantation were very welcoming and gave us a historic walk of the farm rich of family anecdotes. We wish we could have stayed longer because this was the loveliest place we have ever been.
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Dunham Farms is a wonderfully peaceful and beautiful place. Inn Keeper Becky is a delight - friendly, helpful, a wonderful cook and charming person all around! Our room was fantastic, the grounds are lovely with lots of space to walk around or just sit by riverside and contemplate life! Only about 2.5 hours from Charleston, we look forward to a return trip!
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Response from Susan B, Public Relations Manager at Dunham Farms
Responded Mar 19, 2019
We are so glad that you enjoyed your visit and walked around to take in the beautiful sites. Becky's cooking is definitely worth a night at our bed and breakfast so that you can enjoy her food in the morning. We look forward to you coming back to visit us.
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My husband and I spent 2 nights here and wished it was longer. An old horse barn turned into a gorgeous B & B with rooms both up and downstairs. Just driving into the old plantation site you pass through a long drive lined with moss draped oaks and end at the lovely setting next to a salt marsh. What a peaceful place, with nature trails meandering through the woods and along the waterfront. And it's all so private and quiet. The manager Becky was amazing, and it turned out we were the only guests on those dates. She greeted us like old friends, showed us to our spacious room, gave us directions and a map of the trails, and later served up appetizers in the lounging room. The B & B is lovingly decorated with antiques and each room is individually designed around a color theme. Ours was on the first floor, and had a door and window looking out on the grounds and water. The bed was great with quality linens, and the private bathroom had wonderful toiletries and heavy towels. There's free wifi, flat screen tv with cable channels, bathrobes, and good AC. The B & B has a cozy eating area with tables next to the kitchen, and hot water, coffee, tea and ice were always present during our stay. Breakfast both mornings was amazing and included the owner's family's keepsake recipes. We later met the owner, Meredith, who took us on a walking tour of the grounds giving us her family history (her ancestors originally settled this land) and an ecological lesson that was fascinating. We loved our stay and would DEFINITELY stay here again if in the area. It was the highlight of our trip to the South.
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Response from Susan B, Public Relations Manager at Dunham Farms
Responded Aug 6, 2018
We are so glad that you enjoyed your visit. We love it when our guests have such a good experience and hope that you can come stay with us, again.
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This is a must At cousins reunion at this fabulous personalized B and B. Becky was over the top. Took great care of us. Food yummy. The best! Played Pickleball, went swimming and hiked along the salt water bluff. Quiet and wonderful. 500 happy hour with homemade dips and spreads. Make your reservations now. Just 40 minutes from savannah.
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My best friend and I celebrated turning “50” here, it was beautiful! Everything from our room to the trails and sights were gorgeous. Becky, the innkeeper, couldn’t have been more welcoming. She is very accommodating and went above and beyond to assure our stay was perfect. Well worth the drive from Pennsylvania.
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