Welcome to The Shamrock House

The Shamrock House property consists of 3 cabins which can accommodate up to 24 people:

If you would like to reserve your special get-away at The Shamrock House, follow the link to our VRBO page. The cabins can be rented as a group, or individually. Contact the owner with questions about the property and pricing for special events.

The Main Cabin

Main House Floorplan

The Main cabin consists of two levels with two bedrooms and two full baths. It sleeps 6 comfortably with 2 queen beds, a pullout couch, and a child may sleep on the chaise lounge or inflatable mattress upstairs to make a total of 7. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen and large dining room with period furnishings. The great room has a 20 foot plus high fireplace and chimney made of local stoneoverlooked by second floor loft.  A second floor deck is accessed from the loft area. Native wormy chestnut paneling and bent wood railings add to the character of the house. The main cabin offers a large TV with DVD player, satellite, and wifi.

The Bunk House

Bunk House Floor Plan 3.26.09

The former servants’ quarters, known as the Bunk House, has three bedrooms and a full bath. It sleeps 7. Kids really like the Bunk House for its “tree house” feel and bunk bed in the first room. It has a large TV with DVD player (bring your gaming station) and boosted wifi signal (usually ok for viewing videos, but not always reliable).

The Trout House


The recently renovated Trout House consists of three bedrooms, a large kitchen, living room, game room with card table (no pool table or table tennis), and 2 full baths. It sleeps 10. A large deck accessed from the kitchen overlooks Rocky Bottom Creek, and a second deck at the lower bedroom overlooks both Rocky  Bottom Creek and the trout pond. This house also has a screened-in porch. A large TV with satellite provides entertainment, including a boosted wifi signal.


Special Features
  • Extensive stonework of highly skilled masons from a by gone era – impressive entry gatepost, retaining walls, steps and walkways
  • A hidden compartment inside the walls of the house used during the Prohibition Era
  • Wrap-around porch with hand crafted bent wood rockers and other rustic porch furniture hand crafted by local artisan, Robert McCall
  • Fire pit
  • B.B.Q. grill
  • Basketball goal
  • Trout stream
  • Sightings of black bears, deer, and all manner of other critters
  • Rocky Bottom Creek forms the North boundary of the property. The creek is an active trout stream and exits the property through the remains of an old mill pond dam into the Jocassee Gorges Wilderness area.
  • The Shamrock House was recently used as the main setting for a feature film by local producer / director, James “Bubba” Cromer