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Ashtabula is an elegant 2-story c.1825 plantation house set back in a lovely 10 acre park. The site offers several outdoor settings for a small intimate wedding: on the front steps of the plantation house or on the patio in front of a two-story colonial period tavern.

The site is conveniently located approx. 12 miles north of I-85 close to Clemson University and Anderson, SC. As a house museum, no caterering, chairs, tables, tents, etc. are available on site but can be arranged locally. A dressing area for the bride is available.
 
Ashtabula Historic House has received approximately 129 profile views in the last three months.
 
Venue Details
 
 
Price Point         
 
Location Type        Historic / Landmark Building, c.1825 Plantation House built by Gibbes family
 
Event Types        Wedding Ceremony, Wedding Reception, Wedding Rehearsal Dinner
 
Location Character        Elegant, Historic, Quiet, Romantic, Rural
 
Catering        Bring Your Own
 
Catering Details        Must be licensed
 
Kitchen Facilities        Setup/Prep Only
 
Views        Garden/Park, Trees/Forest
 
Wedding Amenities        Bride's Dressing Area
 
Outdoor Amenities       
 
Equipment/Services       
 
Smoking        Not allowed
 
Tables & Chairs        Bring Your Own
 
Linens, Silver, etc.        Bring Your Own
 
Parking        Free Onsite Lot, On-site parking for approx. 50 cars
 
Accommodations        Not Available
 
Amplified Music        Allowed Outside
 
Alcohol        Server Must Be Licensed
 
Cleanup        Renter
 
Insurance        Required
 
Staffing Requirements       
 
Restrictions       
 
Other Details       
 
Ashtabula Historic House is one of 152 wedding locations and event venues in South Carolina and among 9,801 wedding locations and event venues listed nationwide on GatheringGuide.com.
 

 
  Ashtabula Historic House
2725 Old Greenville Hwy
Pendleton, SC 29670

Map Address
 
Contact
Jackie Reynolds
(864) 650-0003 tel
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Event Types
Wedding Ceremony
Wedding Reception
Wedding Rehearsal Dinner
 
 

 

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