My husband and I had charming encounter at Edgewood Plantation. No, we didn't get woken by ghosts; we had the opportunity to meet owners Dot and Julien and experience what life could have been in a modest 7000 sq ft 4 story home with 10 fireplaces and slave quarters. Dot is very gracious and entertaining. We had lots of laughs (over a delicious big breakfast) listening to her spooky ghosts stories. Quiet, comfortable, thoroughly enjoyable, treat yourselves to a memorable and very reasonably priced stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated along the oldest Highway in the U.S., Edgewood's third floor was used during the Civil War as a lookout post for Confederate generals when they were camped at nearby Berkeley Plantation. The estate also includes the 1725 Benjamin Harris Grist Mill, which ground corn for both the Union and Confederate armies. On June 15, 1862, Confederate General J.E.B. Stuart stopped at Edgewood for coffee on his way to Richmond to warn General Robert E. Lee of the Union Army's strength.Transformed into a beautiful, functioning bed and breakfast, you will enjoy wine and cheese upon arrival. Guided tours, weddings, fireplaces in your room, teas. ... more less
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