The Lowry House Inn

206 S Fair Play ST

Seneca, SC 29678

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Phone: (864) 888-0122

City: Seneca

Region: Mountains

The Lowry House Inn

A home on the National Registry of Historic Places in downtown Seneca. The Inn has 4 lavishly appointed guest rooms all with private baths. We have a wonderful covered rocking chair porch where guests enjoy evening refreshments. Full home cooked breakfast included.Check us out on trip advisor for guests comments. We are only 7.5 miles from Clemson University and within walking distance to shops & restaurants on Ram Cat Alley.

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