This famous cabin is located in the mountains of South Carolina approximately half way between Pickens, South Carolina and Brevard, North Carolina on the Moorefield Memorial Highway 7 miles north of Highway 11, The Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway, in the Rocky Bottom Community of Sunset, South Carolina. It is also near Table Rock State Park.
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This former family compound was built circa 1925. The Shamrock House consists of the main cabin and its Bunk House and they always go together. The third cabin is The Trout Stream House which can be booked separate or in combination with The Shamrock House. President Lyndon Johnson was a guest at The Shamrock House back in the 1960s. The Shamrock House is also said to be the home of the ghost of Nancy, a tragic beauty from the 1920s.
The Shamrock House sleeps 12 and the Trout Stream House sleeps 9. Please check out floor plans showing sleeping arrangements.
The grounds cover just under 10 acres of both woods and meadows. The north boarder is Rocky Bottom Creek which is stocked with trout by SC DNR. The west boarder is the Jocasee Gorges Heritage Preserve. Horseshoe pits, basketball goal & picnic tables are all available for use by guest. Hiking, fishing, boating, golfing, horseback riding, shopping, fine dining are all within easy driving distances.
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