We stayed one night in the Overseer's Cottage. It was a comfortable bed in a large room with a modern bath. Quiet old plantation with plenty of sitting areas to enjoy in the evening after the public tours end. The mansion remains open to overnight guests. We had the buffet breakfast for $8.50 pp which was an average breakfast for an average price in the restaurant dining room. The best seating is along the glass windows, but you need to call ahead for reservations to get them. The restaurant serves all meals, but we only ate breakfast. Enjoyed the house tour the following morning which was well worth it. The stories of the family life in the days of the Civil War made the local history come alive.
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