The Inn at Merridun

Merridun, an antebellum mansion listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Featured in Southern Living Magazine and Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina, The Inn at Merridun offers spacious accommodations and unmatched breakfast cuisine in a quiet, friendly upstate town. After you're subtly checked in by J.D., the inn cat, you'll know you belong here. (J.D. hasn't rejected anyone yet.)

Stress is not permitted at Merridun. Guests regularly remark on the haven-like ambience of the antique-filled rooms, the broad porches, the grounds shaded by timeless trees. "It would be the perfect retreat for writing southern historical mystery stories," said history/mystery author Daniel Elton Harmon, "except that the breakfasts are too ethereal. They're a distraction. I get to thinking about them in the evening at my keyboard, in mid-sentence."

Countless other distractions to pique any guest's interests are nearby: historical sites, antiquing, state parks—and, if you must have big-city variety, you're about an hour's drive from Charlotte, Greenville and Columbia.

For details about our guest quarters, special packages and other offerings, please visit our Web site: www.merridun.com.

Peggy Waller, innkeeper
100 Merridun Place, Union, SC 29379
(864) 427-7052, (888) 892-6020

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