Sleepy Hollow

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Clemson, SC 29631
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About Sleepy Hollow

Historic Sleepy Hollow Plantation with home circa 1837 and J. C. Stribling brick barn on the National Registry.
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We welcome events and the use of the over 44 acres within 2 to 3 miles of Clemson and Pendleton. Historic property is great for weddings, receptions, tailgating, calm parties, etc.



Facility can house up to 150 in the barn, 20 on the Veranda, and 300 on the grounds

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accommodations starting at $75Per Night to $300.00Per Night

Number of Rooms
  • 1 to 2
  • 3 to 5
  • 6 to 10
  • Over 10
  • Type of Accommodations
  • Hotel
  • Inn
  • Bed and Breakfast
  • party planners starting under $5,00010% to 15% of: and up

    Number of Guests
  • < 10
  • 11 to 25
  • 26 to 50
  • 51 to 100
  • 101 to 200
  • More than 200
  • Type of Planning
  • Wedding Planning
  • Party Planning
  • Corporate Event
  • Level of Service
  • Consultation Only
  • Day of Coordination
  • Full Service Coordination
  • Service Needed
  • Creative Design
  • Budgets / Contracts
  • Vendor Referrals
  • Manage / Organize Event
  • banquet facilities starting under $500 to $5,000.00

    Type of Venue Needed
  • Banquet Hall
  • Hotel or Resort
  • Country Club / Golf Course
  • Restaurant
  • Mansion / Unique Location
  • Park / Outdoors
  • Yacht / Boat
  • Office
  • House
  • Number of Guests
  • < 10
  • 11 to 25
  • 26 to 50
  • 51 to 100
  • 101 to 200
  • More than 200
  • Include Catering
  • Space Only
  • Space and Catering
  • No Preference
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    Respect for African Americans

    Steve Sefick, Clemson, SC, February 7, 2014

    Historically, Sleepy Hollow land was purchased as 270 acres in 1822 and 23. That was a time of slavery moving to tenancy after emancipation and later "Jim Crow" laws. African Americans left a great deal to be proud of on the property such as bricks for the barn, house and on Clemson University campus. African Americans prepared land, built the house, probably fashioned most of the materials, and many other things. It is out of respect that various pictures are hung in areas of the barn and more are planned. Everything was over 25 years old including a magazine cover from 1922. Sleepy Hollow would have covered or taken down anything the customer thought inappropriate but was never asked. Three prints are hung in a room that were painted by an African American local from Pendleton created from stories of living that his grandmother told to him as a young man. He honored his grandmother by creating paintings of her early life and we have them in the barn out of respect for African American's contributions to Sleepy Hollow.

    This is the subjective opinion of an independent reviewer and not of Decidio, Inc.

    Racist images

    There was easy access and egress. There was a service bar which was easy for guests to flow around. We had outside catering which was great. But the main drawback was the racist images in their bathrooms. These were not graffiti but were part of the decor. This was very insulting to the bride and groom and their families. Would not rrecommend.

    This is the subjective opinion of an independent reviewer and not of Decidio, Inc.