All Inns Are Different
People are different and so are bed and breakfasts. The challenge is making a match. Many travelers prefer the predictability of a motel "chain" that stamps out copies over the landscape. But some travelers are more adventurous and want a variety of experiences as they explore new places. Two major ingredients make each b and b unique. First, every property is different. From the sprawling estate to the town house, one will find a smorgasbord of settings. Second, the personalities of the innkeepers are on center stage. Although most of them are friendly and inviting, they are all different too. They are usually very proud of the property and make a point of putting their best foot forward.
The Grove Blog
Guests at The Grove can experience more than an exquisite place to stay. History comes alive by watching or participating in the activities that make The Grove a working estate reflecting turn of the 20th Century operations: the Joinery (making fine period furniture), the old world kitchen (cooking with fire), the flower and shrub garden and rhythm of life in the manor house. The living history activities at The Grove make it unique among S.C. inns.