Honeysuckle Acres is a massive four-column colonial home reminiscent of an antebellum mansion. It is set on seven park-like acres and is complete with original stables. Driving up Honeysuckle Lane to the home will remind you of "Gone With the Wind." Two rooms/three (suite) are available for Bed & Gourmet Breakfast. It is also a stunning setting for teas and receptions both inside and out. Furnishings include an eclectic mix of fine European and American antiques. The inn is styled after the manner of a small European guesthouse with all continental amenities. Honeysuckle Acres is a quiet retreat from the tyranny of hectic living. Located in a small, historic town in the heart of South Carolina's Old English District. Sit on the verandah, relax by the outdoor fireplace or read in the gazebo or library.
5 on September 14, 2014
We received a warm welcome from Harold & Patricia and our suitcases were promptly taken to our room. Our room was very well appointed and nicely furnished. We liked looking at the books of the local area whilst drinking coffee from the machine on the landing. We were recommended to eat at "The Retreat" which although was a 45 mile round trip was excellent and very popular with the locals. On our return, we were provided with dessert and coffee to round off the evening. We had a good night's sleep and an excellent breakfast including pecan pancakes with maple syrup and bacon - delicious. Would certainly return if we were in the area again. Highly recommended.
5 on January 11, 2014
We chose to have our wedding and reception here at Honeysuckle Acres and we could not have been more pleased. The facility and grounds were so beautiful and it was perfect for our outside wedding. Our guests all felt right at home and everyone enjoyed a gorgeous afternoon. We would recommend Honeysuckle Acres to anyone wanting an outdoor or indoor wedding. You will not be disappointed.
5 on December 02, 2013
This was my first time at a bed and breakfast. I was in town for one night on business and needed somewhere to stay. When pulling in the driveway the place looked like it was right out of an a movie. It was clean, large and definitely had that southern charm. The inn keepers, who greeted me when i pulled in, catered to whatever I needed. Great breakfast and the price was definitely a good value. If I am in town again I will be coming back. Thanks!
5 on August 12, 2013
For the past several years, my sisters and I have been holding our mother's birthday celebration at Honeysuckle Acres Bed and Breakfast. The party was held this year on August 3, 2013. Pat and Hal Frish, again, made this party so easy to plan! Delicious menu prepared by Hal. All of the food was yummy! My mother loved the tomato sandwiches, and Hal's homemade ham and cheese biscuits were a big hit, too, for the guests this year. Actually, ALL of the food was so good! Pat and Hal are so easy to work with and professional that there is nothing to worry about when planning a special event with them. So many in attendance have since told me what a wonderful party that we gave to honor mother's 95th birthday. We could not do it each year with such ease without Pat and Hal! We look forward to having the 96th birthday celebration there next year. And, hopefully, many more!
4.6 on July 30, 2013
Honeysuckle Acres turned out to be a great place to celebrate girlfriend birthdays. All three of us were pleasantly surprised at the spacious rooms, wonderful food and gracious owners. We will definitely return when we get the chance!
4.8 on July 20, 2013
We chose Honeysuckle Acres as the venue for our wedding reception, and we are so glad that we did! It was the perfect setting for our reception, and all of the guests thought everything was beautiful. We couldn't have asked for a better setup and layout, the area allowed for a nice flow for the reception. We stayed at Honeysuckle for two nights, including the wedding night, Pat and Harold were very welcoming and everything was very clean and comfortable. The breakfast every morning was wonderful! I would recommend staying at Honeysuckle, or having an event there as well. It was a great experience that we will never forget!
5 on May 29, 2013
Dr HP and Dr. Virginia Schafer. This is a wonderful place to stay and relax. We held a memorial service for a loved one there because we liked the atmosphere and the location... a beautiful antebellum home nestled in a wooded area but close to city and conveniences. The Frishes were so accommodating with chairs and then quickly converted the area to an eating space for the food that was brought in. We had plenty of space for out of town guests who enjoyed a relaxing evening on the porch after the service. We have attended a few events at the B&B and always had great food, service and felt like we were at home. thanks! .
5 on May 25, 2013
The stay at this Bed and Breakfast was wonderful. The bacon for breakfast was the best I have ever tasted. It is cooked with brown sugar and chilli powder and I could probably eat a pound of that by itself. The room was wonderful, with a great deal of care put in to the interior decoration. The grounds surrounding the B&B were well groomed with a traditional country B&B feel with the cats that guard the premises.Overall this was a wonderful stay and I cannot wait to return for a second stay with the owners.
5 on May 24, 2013
We were so happy to see the innkeepers just as enthusiastic as our first visit. Just like visiting old friends and catching up on old news. Food was the best, with homemade jam.
4.8 on December 17, 2012
We live in Lexington, SC, and spent a night at Honeysuckle Acres last weekend. It is the perfect distance from Columbia, yet still feels like you're getting a much-needed vacation! The fresh fruit and chili pepper brown sugar bacon MADE breakfast! We will definitely be back!
Countryside, Small town
Charlotte, NC (CLT-Douglas Intl.) 60 miles
From I-77 take exit 41. Turn towards Winnsboro and continue six miles directly to Honeysuckle Lane. Turn right and house is directly in front of you. From I-26 take exit 74 and turn towards Winnsboro. Continue thirty-three miles to Honeysuckle Lane and turn left. The house is directly in front of you. Off Route 200 near Business Route 321.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Desk, Fireplace, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Videos , High definition TV
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Harold & Patricia Frish
Harold & Patricia have traveled extensively in the past thirty years. Their interests are history, reading, cooking, music, and of course travel. Their daughter is a concert violinist and lives in Italy with her family and their son is a soldier currently stationed at Fort Drum with his family.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian