Built in 1914 on the foundations of the James Moore family's 1874 home, The Moore Farm House Bed and Breakfast continues a long tradition of warm hospitality. If your travels take you along the Carolina coast, stay with us at The Moore Farm House located in Conway, SC, only a few miles from Myrtle Beach. Ask about our Murder Mystery Weekends You'll stay in one of the four inviting rooms formerly occupied by the Moore daughters in the early 1900s. Select a book from the well stocked library, chalk up a queue for a friendly game of billiards, or join us in the living room for good conversation or a movie, all in a smoke-free environment. When you ascend the original staircase to your room on the second floor, you'll find all the comforts of home. Enjoy a relaxing soak in your own private whirlpool, slip into a soft terrycloth robe, and watch TV before you fall into the plush comfort of a bed that will lull you to sleep. In the morning, a gourmet breakfast awaits you designed for guests of the Moore Farm House by our executive chef of the acclaimed Black Creek Golf Club. Walk under Conway's 100-year-old live oak trees draped with Spanish moss, and eat in one of the town's many fine restaurants. We can offer suggestions for an enjoyable day of activities in the historic river town of Conway or in the sun/fun city of Myrtle Beach. We hope to welcome you home soon. Come to the Carolina coast and make The Moore Farm House your home away from home.
Warm Richmond gray walls with a cherry sleigh bed and matching armoire with a 27' TV and DVD are focal points in Alma's room. View sections of the original beadboard and wallpaper that once decorated this room. Slip into the soothing warmth of a whirlpool tub. The room also has an antique desk and wireless internet connection.
This spacious room includes a pewter-finish queen size iron canopy bed with Old World style that hints of the 1914 farm house and a whirlpool tub Celeste never dreamed about. A beautiful armoire compliments the lightness of the room and contains a 27" TV and DVD. A writing desk with wireless internet connection, and an easy chair complete the furnishings.
Myrtle's room has the flexibility of a king size bed or two twins. The shower is beautifully tiled and designed for two people with two shower heads and his and her controls. A large pine amoire with a hidden 27" TV and DVD player accent the corner of this spacious room. A beautiful blue easy chair and a writing desk with wireless internet connection completes the room.
A farm house bedroom suite from the hills of Tennessee sets Vera's room apart from the others. The bathroom has a tub and shower combination. This room provides all the comforts of home including wireless internet connection while bringing back a feeling of what an old farm house bedroom might have been like.
5 on March 26, 2014
We were delighted with our stay at the Moore Farm House. Harry and Cathy Pinner were very welcoming and friendly. The Vera room was spacious and comfortable. We were visiting our daughter in Conway, so it was very convenient, but also close enough to take advantage of all the Myrtle Beach attractions. We enjoyed wonderful breakfasts both days, and the Pinners were gracious enough to fix us an early cold breakfast on our last day when we had to leave at dawn. This is a wonderful find!
4.0 on January 28, 2014
My husband and I enjoyed a one-night babymoon before our 4th child is born. It was a wonderful, relaxing stay and the hosts-Harry and Cathy are just lovely and welcoming. We enjoyed chatting with them over our most delicious breakfast of stuffed french toast (with raspberry and cream cheese-yum!), bacon, and pineapple. They had homemade cookies as well, coffee, water, soft drinks, etc to enjoy during our stay as well. I especially enjoyed the whirlpool bath and the lovely bathrobes in our room-we stayed in Celeste room. They have a great selection of DVDS and books as well. I hope to go back-I peeked in Myrtle room and loved the King sized bed in there as well. Really you can't go wrong whichever room you choose-they are all lovely and it was interesting to hear/read the family history of the house. We ate at the Rivertown Bistro in Conway for supper- it was wonderful-though I do recommend you make reservations, especially if going on a weekend.
5 on January 03, 2014
My stay at the Moore Farm House was amazing. The place is steeped in history. The breakfast is gourmet. The proprietors are very accommodating. I needed a peaceful place to detox and I found it at the Moore House.
5 on August 23, 2013
Do not miss a chance to stay here.
4.8 on April 03, 2013
We've never stayed at a bed & breakfast before, however always desired to try one. I found The Moore Farm House on BedandBreakfast.com, read the reviews and took a chance. Before making the reservations I called with questions, Harry was helpful and pleasant, every time I called ( it was more than once). I needed special accommodations since I was going to be checking in late. That was no problem for them! I was later than I expected and Harry & Cathy had an appointment but before the went they called my cell ( no answer due to signal) and even called my home to make sure I knew where they were and how to get in the house!! The house was amazing, food was great, bed were comfy!! I love this place!! It's a MUST Stay!!
Myrtle Beach, SC (MYR-Myrtle Beach Jetport)
Go North on US 17 to the 17/501 junction. Take US 501 North toward Conway. Use business US 501 to go through the town of Conway. On the North end of town, look for SC319 - a left turn off of what is then SC701. We are located 1/2 mile on the left after turning onto SC319.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Murder Mystery Weekends, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Billiards, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Fireplace, Library, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Pool table in library, Whirlpool tub in half the rooms, DVD player all rooms, Free beverages and homemade cookies
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Billiards, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
Harry and Cathy Pinner
Moore Farm House Frastrattas
The Moore Farm Meat Frastratta: Bacon, cheddar cheese and eggs baked in a hand patted hash brown crust. The Moore Farm Vegetarian Frastratta: Sautéed baby spinach and mushrooms, Swiss cheese, and eggs baked in a hand patted hash brown crust. The Moore Farm Seafood Frastratta: Baby shrimp, mild horseradish, Monterey jack cheese and eggs baked in a hand patted hash brown crust.
This year The Moore Farm House turns 100 years old. Let's celebrate together. Celebrate our birthday on your birthday and let us give you a birthday present. Stay with us on your birthday and receive a 10% discount on your entire stay. Mention the Birthday Special when making reservations and bring proof of your birthday. This special cannot be combined with any other discounts or specials.
Enjoy all the excitement of a Murder Mystery in our Bed and Breakfast set in 1887. But be careful, one of your own friends might turn out to be involved. If you and two or three other couples want The Moore Farm House to arrange a Murder Mystery Weekend just for you, gather your friends, select a few dates, and call us @843-365-7479. We'll find an agreeable weekend and make all the arrangements for you. Friday night, James Moore will tell you what he found in his barn the previous Tuesday and the fun will begin. You will be both super sluth and a character in the mystery. Saturday morning after a more than ample breakfast, you can head into town where you'll find a few more clues in some of the shops. Saturday afternoon the Sheriff will post his report back at the Farm House. Saturday night you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your superior investigative skills to your friends by solving the mystery. However, until the murderer is found, we suggest you keep your doors locked.