This was our 2nd visit to Butler-Greenwood. As others have explained, it consists of a number of well separated cottages, no two of which are alike. On our first visit two years ago we stayed in the Cooks Cottage, which was one of the original slave quarters on the plantation. It was rustic to say the least and an unusual experience. This time we reserved Chase's Cottage, which was built about 5 years ago. It was much more comfortable for us. It can be reserved as a one or two bedroom unit, although the 2nd bedroom must be accessed from outside. The cottage has a separate living room with TV and fireplace and a small but fully functional kitchen. It also has a washer/dryer. All cottages appear to have a BBQ outside. Our friends stayed in the Pond House and we equally as happy, although it appears to considerably older. Both of our cottages had decks directly on a pond in the center of the property.
Our only complaint was that there were no bars of soap or little bottles of shampoo provided and I now recall this from our previous stay.
This is a wonderful place to stay- so quiet and relaxing. We can't wait to return.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking