A serene retreat on seven park-like acres offering the charm and elegance of a European Guesthouse in historic Winnsboro, Honeysuckle Acres is a massive four-column colonial home built in 1927. The house is reminiscent of an antebellum mansion. It is set on seven park-like acres and is complete with the original stables and the original carriage stone in front.
The home is a stunning setting for teas and receptions, both inside and out. A forty-foot ballroom and an equally large arched entrance hall with winding staircase are ideal backgrounds for bridal pictures. The ballroom is brightened by eight windows adorned by antique cornices from the circa 1854 Lace House, the governor's mansion in Columbia.
For parties and receptions, the fully equipped kitchens are caterer friendly with five sinks, three refrigerators, four freezers, stainless steel and marble preparation counters, two microwaves, and a gourmet stove.
Honeysuckle Acres is a beautiful setting for weddings and receptions.