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Farm stay
hosted by Lizabeth
  1. 6 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 3 beds
  4. 1 bath
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⭐️𝗡𝗼 𝗖𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗙𝗲𝗲 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗣𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗲𝗱 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗽! This is an 𝗼𝗹𝗱 mobile home 1 bedroom w/ open layout. The bedroom has a king bed, bathroom (old) and Roku tv. The bathroom has a sink vanity, tub/shower (old).
Kitchen has a stove, oven, microwave, full sized fridge, double sink, and dishwasher. The kitchen table seats 6.
The dining room seats4.
The living room has two sofa sleepers one with a pullout queen and the other with a pull out twin and Roku tv.
Laundry room has a washer and dryer.
Private entrance.

The space
⭐️𝗡𝗼 𝗖𝗹𝗲𝗮𝗻𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗙𝗲𝗲 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗣𝗿𝗶𝗰𝗲𝗱 𝗖𝗵𝗲𝗮𝗽!
⭐️Working on UPGRADES (between guests).
⭐️This is an open floor plan in an OLD home which is why it’s priced at a LOW nightly rate. ⭐️The bedroom is larger with a king👑 sized bed 🛏(linens are included). There is also a walk-in closet and Roku tv 📺 .
⭐️The bathroom 🚽 has a long vanity and sink (old), tub (old) 🛀 , shower 🚿(old), and linen closet. (towels and paper products 🧻 are included)
⭐️The kitchen (Cookware and serve-ware (new and included) has a stove, oven, dishwasher and full sized fridge (stocked with fresh eggs 🥚(collect your own) from the hen chicken 🐓 house, bottled water, and carrots🥕 (for the horses 🐴 ). It’s a nice size kitchen 👩‍🍳 with a large table with seating 🪑 up to 6.
⭐️The Living room 🛋 is open to the kitchen and has a Roku tv 📺 , a sectional, which seats 🪑 6 comfortably, and it also has a pullout queen bed 🛌 . The “L” section of the sofa 🛋 can sleep 😴 an additional smaller person or child.
⭐️There is also a loveseat that opens into a twin sized bed. 2 twin air mattresses can be added so the house can sleep 7 or 8 guests easily.
⭐️I can also add a double air mattress for more guests. Probably a tight squeeze, but doable (after 4 guests there is a $10 fee per person per night added). ⭐️There is a laundry room with a full size washer and dryer (older and loud).
⭐️You will have your own entrance 🚪 on the side, and there is a little porch (fixing).

⭐️This is a great rental for families to enjoy the country🌴, the farm, the animals and with close proximity to the beaches (Folly🏝, Edisto🏝, Kiawah🏝) and to downtown Charleston 🏛.

⭐️Please note: This is an older home. It is on a farm. It is not elegant💍 or luxurious 🛁 . It is basic and affordable. No frills 🎀.

⭐️Also note:
I’m working on upgrades (between guests) hence, the super LOW nightly rate.

⭐️Also note:
There is an interior wall with a locked 🔒 door 🚪 separating 2 Airbnb units...there might be some noise 🎼 ...the walls are thin in this old home- which is why I have this unit priced so low.

⭐️Also note:
Palmetto bugs🪳 are harmless. They look like big beetles 🪲 or giant roaches 🪳 . I usually catch them and put them outside.
It is a low country farm, there are ants 🐜 , red ants 🐜 , spiders 🕷 , flies, gnats, mosquitoes 🦟 , roaches 🪳 , palmetto bugs, crickets, frogs 🐸 , snakes 🐍 and gators 🐊 . Hopefully none of those you will encounter. There are bait traps and transonic devices to discourage all creepy crawlers in each of the Airbnb’s. Guaranteed Pest Control comes and sprays monthly.

~Please remember that these are farm stays. They are “unique” stays not “luxurious” stays. This is a working farm- with animals (and bugs). It is, after all, the “low country” of South Carolina which is hot, humid, and muggy. The Airbnb’s are the farm’s old out buildings converted to Airbnb’s - please do NOT have any illusions of grandeur. Please read the unit descriptions well.

⭐️There are different listings on the horse 🐴 farm. The farm is close to Charleston 🛍 and the Atlantic Ocean 🌊 beaches 🏝. These are farm stays (rural) in the country (bugs), we have 32 sweet horses🐴(our pets) for you to enjoy. These rentals are our farm’s outbuildings (converted to Airbnb’s). Please do not expect the “luxuries” of a
“4 star” ⭐️or “5 diamond” 💎hotel 🏨. There is not a concierge 🛎on duty. No daily maid 🧺service. No room service 🍱 and no frills 🎀. These are Airbnb’s in the low-country of South Carolina.
Rustic, charming, warm, comfortable, and old are apt descriptions of these units. With a cabin or cottage feel. These Airbnb’s are akin to staying on your great- grannies👵🏻 farm; old, outdated, cranky and creaky.
~The Guest🏡 House is a family sized 3br/2ba unit.
~The Deck 🏡House is a single family private 2br/1ba home that sleeps 6.
~The Club ♣️ House is a 2br/1ba unit.
~The Cottage 🏡 is a small 1br/1ba unit.
~The King 👑 Carriage is a larger 1br/1ba (with a king bed).
~The Combined House is 2 neighboring units combined to make one large 3br/2ba private home that has 6 beds and sleeps 9 or 10 guests comfortably.

⭐️Each unit is private🚫.
Remember these are farm stays which include free interaction with the horses 🐴 , goats 🐐 , chickens 🐓 , barn cats 🐈 , our deer 🦌 and black Shepherd 🐕.
These are priced💰 right for families to come and experience the farm🐴 life.
Bring your family stay with us on the farm🐴!
Please feel free to message📲 me anytime ⏰.
I will respect your privacy🚫 and won’t bother you.

❤️Charleston Marketplace Featured us on their website, Facebook, and Instagram! Here is their write-up.
❤️AirbNb’s are plentiful in the Charleston area, but where do you go when you’re looking for something unique? Is there a place you retreat to when you need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city life, but within a short drive from home? Is there a place that is so relaxing, you turn off your cell phone, disconnect with the world, and re-connect with the great outdoors?

⭐️​I had the pleasure of spending a weekend at East Gate Farm on the weekend of Halloween. This 100-acre farm is located in Meggett, South Carolina; just 30 minutes outside of Charleston, and offers different sized Airbnb units for rent.
⭐️Picture this: It’s sunrise, and you’ve just woken up. You pour your coffee, open your back door and look to the pastures that surround your home. You see horses grazing in the distance, so you grab the carrots your host has provided free of charge, and walk to the fence line, where 3 horses are galloping to come greet you. All they ask for in return is a snack of the ultimate delicacy, a carrot.

⭐️East Gate isn’t just any farm. I received free interaction with 32 horses (some of which are retired Carriage tour guides and Polo horses). I was able to become friends with a group of goats, who probably only liked me for the cookies that I received to feed to them; but I’ll accept that. I was also able to retrieve fresh eggs for breakfast from the chicken coop, which taste superior to what you buy at the grocery store. My cool evenings were spent with a bonfire set up just for me; complete with supplies for smores, and a hammock hanging from the encompassing trees for the ultimate wind-down of my days.

⭐️East Gate is truly a hidden gem and is an incredible get-away or a stay-cation, whether you plan on bringing your family, friends, or going solo. To learn more, or book your stay, visit East Gate Farm on Instagram @EastGateFarmStay
or on Airbnb

⭐️𝗥𝗲𝘃𝗶𝗲𝘄 𝘄𝗶𝘁𝗵 𝗴𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁 𝗹𝗼𝗰𝗮𝗹 𝗳𝗼𝗼𝗱 𝗮𝗻𝗱 𝗳𝘂𝗻 𝗹𝗼𝗰𝗮𝗹 𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗶𝘁𝘆 𝗼𝗽𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝘀
Hard to believe but our week-long stay is now over. We arrived in the rain and departed in the rain – but, in between had several glorious sunny days and gorgeous sunsets. Our 5-year old cocker spaniel, Rudi, and the two of us thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this farm.
The bed in the master bedroom was super comfortable as was the L- shaped couch. The kitchen had most of what we needed (we brought a salad spinner and peeler with us and bought foil muffin holders). We baked muffins in the oven, grilled lamb chops and burgers on the gas grill, heated up leftovers in the microwave, etc. With the fresh chicken eggs, made deviled eggs and omelets. A real plus was the washer and dryer.
A real benefit for the location is that it is in the middle of lots of good places to eat and things to see and do.
⭐️ Piggly Wiggly on 6251 Highway 162 in Hollywood sells prepared hot and cold foods, including fried chicken, baked chicken, collards (theirs is sweet), etc. as well as regional specialities like biscuits, cornbread and breading mixes, as well as local items such as jams, Blenheim ginger ale and beer.
⭐️ Publix at 3642 Savannah Highway in Johns Island has fewer of the local items, but, a nice selection of produce—we got a large tray of asparagus for $4.29 as well as gluten-free seasoned flour to bake chicken breasts.
We ventured out all but one day and feel that we just scratched the surface of what to do and see around here.
⭐️Our first day out, we visited the nearby Cay Creek Interpretive center (no dogs allowed)
⭐️and got carryout at Roxbury Mercantile (can recommend the grits and banana pudding; hubbie said the fried seafood was just OK).
⭐️ On Wednesdays and Saturdays in the winter, Cay Creek offers bird walks for a small fee from 8:30-10:30 am. You have to reserve in advance online.
⭐️Another day, we ventured out to visit the town beach in Edisto (off-leash dogs allowed in winter), the park (leashed dogs only), and visited Botany Bay (no dogs allowed)
⭐️and George and Pink’s produce stand (pecan pie, dried black-eyed peas and field peas).
⭐️A subsequent day, we went to see the 400+ year old Angel Oak (no dogs allowed)
⭐️and visited Kiawah beachwalker park (off-leash dogs allowed in winter). White sand and wide beach, with picnic tables in the parking lot, and bathrooms and a place to rinse off your dog! Kiawah beachwalker park was definitely our favorite—we returned another day after
⭐️a self-guided foodie tour that we designed using the Roadtrippers app, Roadfood website, and reviews in the Charleston city paper.
⭐️For the self-guided foodie tour,
⭐️we visited White Point Gardens in Charleston,
⭐️Hannibal’s Kitchen (recommend their baked turkey wing and okra stew),
⭐️Rodney Scott’s BBQ (recommend their smoked chicken and cornbread), ⭐️Bertha’s Kitchen (least favorite of the 3 soul food places, but, is also the least expensive - $5 for a lunch plate),
⭐️and Park Circle Creamery (M&M ice cream, since was the winter had fewer flavors than usual).
⭐️Yesterday, we visited the Charleston city market,
⭐️ got carryout at the Glass Onion,
⭐️and I had a pony ride at the farm on Lollipop with Carlos’ help.
⭐️Due to the pandemic, there are few vendors at the Charleston city market – baskets run $100 and up so expensive.
⭐️ Did pick up some gluten-free biscuit mix and frozen biscuits from Callies Charleston Biscuits.
⭐️Can recommend the trout, mashed potatoes, collard greens, shrimp po-boy, coleslaw, flour-less chocolate cake and peppermint ice cream at the Glass Onion. Wonderful food and can accommodate dietary restrictions (gluten-free, vegetarian). Best food we had during our stay here.
⭐️In the mornings, we would take long walks on the farm with our dog, and in the evenings return to watch beautiful sunsets and enjoy the peace and quiet. Our trailer had a great view of the horses in the paddock, as well as two red headed woodpeckers (so nice to look at while washing dishes!). The farm is also visited by many other birds including blue birds, hawks, merganser ducks etc. Carrots are in the fridge to share with the horses and goats. But, my personal favorite was visiting the donkeys in the front paddocks. They love getting scratched at the top of their heads. If you venture inside to greet or feed the goats, do wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty since they like to climb up on you. With our busy days, we struggled to stay up late enough to experience the 9:30 pm horse/goal bedtime with cookies. We managed it once and it is great fun. The horses and goats get so excited about getting a cookie. Also take advantage of the offer to build a bonfire –

❤️🌴Another Blog post written by Claudia Ossa about her farm stay:
‘Twas the day before the Monday of winter break in White Plains, NY and nary a plan was in sight. As someone who grew up in sunny California, the notion of a winter break is not ingrained in my psyche; HOWEVER, we have two kids, ages 7 and 8, and the weather was pretty frigid. The promise of a steady diet of “No more screen time or else!!!” or, in reality, “How about another season of Bunk’d?” for a week, put some fire under my SAHM butt to figure something out.

So I hit Airbnb in search of warmth of any kind, ideally paired with a pool.

Anyone who understands East Coast winter culture knows that this search should have occurred at least two months in advance. Charleston, South Carolina has been on my radar for a while. Images of seersucker, bowls of glistening grits and a generous amount of politeness seemed like the perfect order, but there was little to no availability in Charleston for a family of four with a budget founded in reality.

I came upon a horse ranch in Meggett, SC, only 30 minutes from Charleston. I practically cry-laughed when I read the host’s description which included, “THIS IS NOT A HOTEL. THERE ARE BUGS, THIS IS A FARM” and “LEAVE ANY DELUSIONS OF GRANDEUR BEHIND.” I decided to take a gander at the reviews despite Lizabeth’s (the host) fervent attempts at getting us to go elsewhere, and I discovered only glowing reviews, many by repeat visitors. The photos of the farm only galvanized my resolve. I think Lizabeth may have been writing in a secret code to certain types of people because she included an inordinate amount of emojis in her descriptions. I was beguiled by the balance of harshness and whimsy. Let's just say that she had me at Palmetto bugs that look like roaches, and I am deathly afraid of chunky bugs.

I am not sure how I convinced my country-club-raised husband to stay in a converted shed with no indoor bathroom and cats, but I did. The kids were, of course, thrilled out of their gourds (farm humor) at the prospect of sleeping with cats in their own loft beds while attached to a barn full of adorable horses, goats, a miniature pony and a big black dog. Worry not. There are a plethora of lodging options on the farm that include bathrooms and even full kitchens, but we went with the most minimal, yet the most popular, space because of the proximity to the animals and the adorable absurdity of the whole thing.

There were so many “firsts” on this trip for our family, including a 13 hour mostly device-free car ride with a sprinkling of hotel stays that ranged from super-dingy to pretty fancy, but I won’t get into those right now.

I’m only writing about this visit to East Gate Farms in Meggett, South Carolina because it was one of the best vacations we have ever taken, and we were only there two nights and three days.

From the moment we rolled through the gates, a feeling of peace washed over us. Horses, open sky, moss gently waving from tree branches and a big barn/stable smack dab in the middle. Pretty perfect.

We pulled up to our designated parking spot, and I could just hear the Pioneer Woman whispering, “Welcome y’alllllll.” One glance at the tiny converted shed, and I thought, “Oh shit that IS tiny,” but once we opened up the doors, I became 7 all over again. I wanted to claim first dibs on the bunk with the window overlooking the farm, but alas, I am almost 50 and that would have been kinda mean to the kids, not to mention another clue for my husband that he might have married Dharma from Dharma and Greg. (Google it, young people!)

We are not cat people. I mean, the kids don’t know if they are cat people, but WE, my husband and I, are not cat people. He lived with a gal who had a cat for several years, and I had the pleasure of sitting on the couch that said cat loved to mangle, but other than that, not a lot of feline action in our lives. So, to us, renting a room that came with at least two of the 13 cats that live in the barn seemed like a challenge right out of The Amazing Race.

Our kids are now officially cat people but also, horse, dog, goat and chicken people (donkeys too). We shared our space with the kitties but occasionally had to show them the door when shit got too crowded. I tried to say, “Ok cats, time to goooo,” in the sing-songy voice of a non-cat owner, but my husband reminded me that cats don’t listen so I ended up having to gently extract them physically. Don’t tell anyone, but these mf’ers are soft, squishy, purring deliciousness. We’re still not cat people but will now dabble in our neighborhood cats from time to time. P.S. The Bunk Room is the only room that includes the cat amenity.

I could go on and on about this farm stay, from the gentleness and eagerness to please of the lovely ranch hand family which included horseback rides, custom bonfires complete with s’mores to the ability to feed the animals snacks 24/7, but I wouldn’t want to give all of the magic away.

We never had the pleasure of meeting our host, Lizabeth, but she was always an Airbnb message away. Like Charlie from Charlie’s Angels (the original, not the remake! Was there a remake?), we never saw her, but her presence was felt in many wonderful ways. The kids were sad when we packed up, bound for Charleston. We were sad too, but we knew we would be back.

This was our second experience with Airbnb. I love the humanity around the sharing of spaces and the generosity of opening up something beautiful and intimate to anyone. The “Farm Bathing” title of this post refers to our glamping trip to a farm in Vermont that we took last summer through HipCamp, a site similar to Airbnb that “offers outdoor stays and camping experiences via a website and mobile app.” There was a lot of overlap with our farm stay in that we were immersed in the farm experiences and felt a sincere connection with the humans behind the farms.


Our bunk room was not fit for cooking and that was a great thing because it forced us to explore some insane food just minutes away from the farm. Lizabeth shares lists on Airbnb for local beaches as well as restaurants, and she was spot on for both!

You will never hear me say that any food is elevated. Simple foods that have been passed down through generations do not need to be elevated. However, I do enjoy a spin on a classic and this is what the people at Angel Oak do. I am very picky about my fried chicken. I am not a fan of super herby and overly-brined birds. This fried chicken scores a 10 on texture, juiciness and breading and a 7.8 on seasoning because someone snuck some herbs in there, but if you woke me up at 3 am and said, “there is some fried chicken from Angel Oak outside, but it's 10 below and you have to eat it barefoot,” I would. I am also picky about fried green tomatoes. You would think I was from the South. (Does South America count?) I have eaten a superb fried green tomato and none ever lived up to it, until now. I like straightforward food, so when I saw that the FGTs were served with a dollop of pimento cheese, I had my doubts. I don’t tend to fill my gut with just one heavy-ass-thing at the beginning of the meal only to be rendered a sad useless blob by the end, but THESE babies were oh-so-amazing. I am realizing that I am full of “don’ts” when it comes to dining out and this includes foofy cocktails, but I was feeling festive so I ordered the Paloma. It turns out that I have been drinking cocktails at all the wrong places because this one was special. It was balanced. Not too sweet, not too bland and just boozy enough. I ordered it somewhere else a few days later, and it was not the same. I wish we had a restaurant like Angel Oak around these parts because I would become a regular. Some words… casual, class yet inventive, super high quality and delicious.


This restaurant was a teensy bit further than Angel Oak but possessed a similar vibe. I recommend hitting Driftwood Beach located in Botany Bay Plantation Heritage Preserve for some beach and heavy photography and then an early dinner at Roxbury Mercantile. The food here was excellent. I love a wedge salad and not an elevated wedge salad, although this one was tall. It was everything a wedge salad needed to be. Each ingredient was extremely fresh, and you could taste that the blue cheese dressing did not skimp on ingredients. The other favorite here was the shrimp and grits. I like a S&G where the shrimpies are saucy and well-seasoned on a backdrop of simple but expertly executed grits. I would also eat this dish barefoot in the snow. The edge that Roxbury Mercantile had over Angel Oak was the kid factor. This place has a super cool bench that sways called a Joggling Board. This occupied the kids for a bit between dinner and tiny but heavenly key lime pie. I want a Joggling Board, and I know just where I am going to put it! They also offered cornhole and a sweet lounging area too.


After a delicious lunch at Rodney Scott’s BBQ, where the hype is well-deserved, we quickly discovered that the hotel that we could afford during winter break in historic Charleston, would surely drain our coffers of the joy we had just accumulated at the farm.  As we all sat in the happiest part of our sad hotel room, a bed next to a window, I took to searching for resorts NEARBY and after being told that a few were SOLD OUT, the hotel Gods smiled upon us and we scored a room at The Sweetgrass Inn that is located at the Wild Dunes Resort. I am not going to go into full detail about this, but let's just say that for very little over what we were paying for a den of despair in Charleston, we landed a GORGEOUS less-than-a-year-old resort on the beautiful and pristine Isle of Palms. I highly recommend the combination of East Gate farm in Meggett, SC followed by The Sweetgrass Inn at Isle of Palms. We ate most meals on our two-day visit on the resort, but had the pleasure of having a traditional Southern Breakfast at Seabiscuit, a charming and delicious family-owned restaurant only few miles down the road on Isle of Palms.

⭐️You can see more photos on our Airbnb listings - all the animals. Search Airbnb for Meggett,Sc stays.
You can also follow us on Instagram @eastgatefarmstay

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What this place offers

Garden view
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
36" HDTV with Roku
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Window AC unit

Where you’ll be

Meggett, South Carolina, United States

Whole farm is accessible to guests. 110 acres of flat pastoral land. Free and unlimited interaction with all the animals. ⭐️ ⭐️YOU ARE WELCOME TO VISIT HORSES IN THE BARN ANYTIME⭐️

Our farm address is:
5810 Church Flats Road,
Meggett, SC 29449
The farm is on 110 flat pastoral acres. 30 minutes to downtown Charleston.
15 minutes to West Ashley.
24 miles to Folly Beach.
20 miles to Edisto Island beach.
24 miles to Charleston International airport.

We are centrally locates between downtown and edisto beach. Right in the middle of the two destinations. Pretty much 30 mins to either in each direction.
Guests usually spend a day at Edisto beach and a day in downtown Charleston. Then come back to the farm and enjoy a bonfire and/or grill and relax.

This is a link to my Guidebook on local beaches with photos and Info for each one.

This is the link to my Guidebook on local water activities.

This is the link to my Guidebook to local Plantations and tours.

This is the link to my
Guidebook for guided walking tours in Charleston.

This is my Guidebook for Ships,
Forts, lighthouses, and Barrier island tours.

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Hosted by Lizabeth

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The Farm:
This is a private and gated estate property and Thoroughbred farm.
*Seattle Slew (Triple Crown) and *Forli’s (Triple Crown) Granddaughter (retired),
amongst other former Champions reside here. All the farm animals are available to meet and pet, for our guests, who rent one of the homes, which are only available through Airbnb. The farm is our private 100 acre family property. This farm is a replica of a known NY Thoroughbred racing farm in Saratoga, New York.
The land is a manicured and maintained, and our family home since we moved the farm to South Carolina from Pawling, New York in 2014. The farm is close to Charleston (downtown) and the beaches (Atlantic Ocean) of South Carolina. These are farm stays (rural) in the country (bugs), we have 30 sweet horses (our pets) for you to enjoy in the, welcoming and neighborly, low-country of South Carolina- where Southern hospitality is still a thing.

This is Meggett- the old southern families who built Charleston reside around here- This is the true southern low country- farms and land for miles- marshes and ocean breezes abound.

The farm is 100 flat pastoral acres. 30 minutes to downtown Charleston.
15 minutes to West Ashley.
24 miles to Folly Beach.
20 miles to Edisto Island.
28 miles to Kiawah island .
24 miles to Charleston International airport.
The farm is centrally located between Edisto Island beach and Downtown Charleston. Many guests spend a day at Edisto Beach, Kiawah Beach or Folly Beach and then another day (or two) exploring Downtown Charleston. Afterward coming back to the farm to enjoy the pink sunsets, a private bonfire, and afterward, joining everyone in the barn for night check (when the horses are checked before bedtime) which is each evening at 9:30pm.

The Airbnb’s:
These are Airbnb’s in the low-country of South Carolina.
Rustic, charming, warm and comfortable are apt descriptions of these units. With a cabin or cottage feel.
~The Guest House is a family sized 3br/2ba unit with 4 beds and sleeps 6.
~The Deck House Is a 2br/1ba unit with 3 beds that sleeps 6.
~The Club House is a 2br/1ba unit with 3 beds that sleeps 6.
~The Cottage is a smaller 1br/1ba unit with 6 beds that sleeps 7.
~The Carriage is a 1br/1ba with 3 beds that sleeps 5.
-The Complete House Is a 3bedroom/2bath home with 9 beds that sleeps 12.
-The Bunk Room is a studio with 3 beds that sleeps 4.
~The Cabin is a smaller 2 bedroom one bath with 6 beds that sleeps 8.
Each unit is private.
These are farm stays, in the country, which include, free interaction with our horses, goats, chickens,
barn cat’s, our deer
and black Shepherd.
These are farm stays. They are “unique” stays not “luxurious” stays. This is a working farm- with animals (and bugs). It is, after all, the “low country” of South Carolina which is hot, humid, and muggy. The Airbnb’s are the farm’s older out-buildings converted to Airbnb’s - *Please do NOT have any illusions of grandeur.
But come and visit for the fresh country air, the real farm life experience...
Also, the great nightly rates.
Bring your family and enjoy a stay on the farm.
The Farm:
This is a private and gated estate property and Thoroughbred farm.
*Seattle Slew (Triple Crown) and *Forli’s (Triple Crown) Granddaughter (retired),

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