Two antebellum places in North Augusta, SC
Rosemary Hall was built in 1902 by James U. Jackson the founder of North Augusta. It has 22 rooms plus the attic. The house is surrounded by pillars fifty feet high. Rosemary Hall and Lookaway Hall are being used now for Bed and Breakfast. I have never stayed here but thought they were so beautiful that I have included them on the North Augusta page.
Unique Quality: Both Rosemary Hall and Lookaway Hall sit at the top of the hill that overlooks North Augusta, SC and Augusta, GA. Lovely Calhoun park with a fountain is right in front of Lookaway Hall.
Nearby Rosemary Hall
Amenities at Rosemary Hall
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Free Parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High Speed Internet
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