Red Roof Inn-Bishopville, SC

1135 Sumter HWY

Bishopville, SC 29010

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Phone: (803) 428-3200

City: Bishopville

Region: Midlands

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Red Roof Inn-Bishopville, SC

Property located one mile from shopping in Bishopville.Exterior Property with Free Continental Breakfast, Free High Speed Wireless Internet

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