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Along the Alley of Oaks

Cotton Hall is a wedding venue and bed and breakfast centrally located in Yemassee, South Carolina, in between Charleston, Beaufort, and Savannah and just off of Old Sheldon Church Road where revolutionary battles were fought for independence and Sherman marched on his campaign from Savannah to Columbia. Originally, part of the Tomotley Barony granted by the King of England, this property dates back to 1773. Although there aren't any photos of the original antebellum house, there are multiple live oaks that mark the site of the original setting along 716 acres.

Today Cotton Hall is one of the most notable properties in the heart of lowcountry with the sweeping avenue of oaks leading up to the Georgian style 10,000 sq. ft. main house built in the late 1920's. 

Cotton Hall will be the starting place of many new adventures, whether guests enjoy the property for a wedding venue or a stay at bed and breakfast.

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