Camp Katherine is a humble, vernacular cottage. Built c. 1900, it's a remnant of a community that exists now only in memory. Its neighborhood was the home of Charleston's black aristocracy. Named for Katherine Cole who was born in the house in 1914, it's unpretentious, and yet to be finished in some details, but comfortably functional. To reach it, you drive up a mountainside on winding roads. It sits at the end of a one-lane road surrounded by woods. Approximately five minutes from town.
Lugares para dormir
Cosas que debes tener en cuenta
Reglas de la casa
- No adecuado para niños y bebés
- Prohibido fumar
- No se admiten fiestas o eventos
- Admite mascotas