Barking Fox Farm Guest House

890 Greenwood RD

Landrum, SC 29356

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Phone: (864) 457-7300

City: Landrum

Region: Mountains

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Barking Fox Farm Guest House

Charming Virginia-style horse farm in the midst of horse country. Two guest cottages with 11 foot ceilings, vintage chandeliers and fine antiques. View horses from every window. Enjoy peace and tranquility only a couple of minutes to fine restaurants and antiquing.

Located across the street from an entrance to the Palmetto Trail. Great dog-friendly hiking. Dogs always stay free with prior notice. They will be provided with biscuits, beds and bowls.

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