Bed and Breakfast
In April of 2007, our original house was lost to a fire. In 2008 we built the current house with inspiration from the old plantation houses, four over four with a long central hall.

Guests are free to roam the grounds to see the animals and enjoy the fresh air. Children are welcome but should be under adult supervision at all times.
Each of our guest rooms has a unique hardwood floor, walk in closet, complimentary wifi access, and cable television.  All rooms have private bathrooms. A comfortable communal lounge area is shared by all rooms and features a walk-out balcony.

Breakfast in our Country Kitchen

After a well-rested night in one of our four beautifully decorated rooms, your simple, fresh breakfast can be taken in the antique-laden, country kitchen or on the pergola-covered porch that overlooks the pond and the barn.

Old McCaskill's Farm offers a Farm-to-Table breakfast, which will include bacon, eggs and/or sausage, raised here on the farm, as well as toast, grits, and fresh fruit. Also available are jams and jellies canned on the farm. Breakfast will be served between 8 and 9am or earlier if requested.

Following a leisurely morning, we suggest touring the local sites, sounds, and tastes of the Old South. Activities, sites and dining locations are listed below. Don't forget to pick up some of our local food and goods before leaving Old McCaskill's Farm, you definitely won't regret it!

Check-In: 2pm or laterCheck-Out: 11am
To reserve a room, please call Kathy McCaskill at 803-432-9537
Cancellations must be made 48 hours prior to your reserved date in order to receive a full refund.  Credit card information will be needed in order to reserve your room.
THE HORSE PADDOCK

Taupe walls with a hickory floor. The room features an equestrian theme with antique full bed with a private bath.
THE HONEYMOON SUITE

Rose walls with an oak floor. This room features an antique crib and a lovely view of the lamb pasture.

Brides and bridesmaids use this room while getting ready as it features a full-length Cheval mirror.
THE COLONIAL

Stormy grey walls with a walnut floor. The room features an antique desk and view of the lamb pasture and greenhouse.

 With two twin beds, this room also has a private bathroom.
THE SWAMP FOX

Moss walls with a pine floor and a hunting theme. 

This room features simple hunting gear, a view of the courtyard, and since it is located on the south-west side it fills the room with a natural glow.
THE SITTING AREA

A sitting room with an antique game table and spinning wheel. The room leads out to a shared balcony overlooking the lamb pasture and the flowing fountain at the front of the house.
SITES & BITES

Be sure to check out the Community Calendar for Local Events.

Historic Camden
Camden, SC is the oldest existing inland town in the state. "Come spend a few peaceful hours where the British spent a rough year!" 803-432-9841

Kershaw County Farmers Market
Open seasonally to the public right next to Historic Camden.  April through November from 8:00am-12:00pm.  Local vendors, farmers, and artisans all in one place.

Kershaw County Chamber of Commerce
and Visitor's Center.  Make sure you view the calendar of events! 803-432-8452

Boykin Mill
One of South Carolina's best kept secrets... shhhh!

South Carolina Equine Park
There is almost always something going on at the Equine Park! 803-713-3434

Carolina Motorsports Park
South Carolina's premiere road course and kart track located off of 521.  803-475-2448

Sam Kendall's
Enjoy excellent American contemporary cuisine in an atmosphere of casual elegance.  For reservations, call 803-424-2005.

Salud Mexican Kitchen
A Tequila Lounge that rests right in the heart of downtown Camden offering a delicious array of Mexican Foods.  Call 803-425-4850.

Hifalutin
Southern influenced menu of foods that will make you feel right at home.

Old Armory Steakhouse
Located in one of Camden's rustic old buildings, offering a variety of food.

Sweet Lili's
After dinner be sure to grab an ice cream, cupcake, or a coffee at this charming little downtown parlor.

Fenwick Farm
A 350 acre, family owned, equestrian training center in Camden designed specifically for the breaking and training of young thoroughbred horses and the rehabilitation of older ones.

Camden Archives and Museum
An extensive diverse collection of artifacts and local records.  803-425-6050

National Steeplechase Museum
Located on the grounds of the Springdale Race Course, they are the only museum in the United States dedicated solely to steeplechasing –- from its beginnings in the British Isles to its evolution in America. 803-432-6513

Carolina and Colonial Cups
Horses, History and Hospitality - takes place in March and November 800-780-8117

Lake Wateree
Fishing, Camping, Boating, and other Recreation

N.R. Goodale State Park
Tall Cypress Trees, walking trails, fishing, canoe and kayak rentals
Here at Old McCaskill's Farm, we are very close to I-20. If it's historical sites you're looking for, we are centrally located, 6 miles, between historic Camden and Boykin. 

Camden is the oldest inland city and has many local sites for those interested in history or just interested in the South.

Please call ahead of time for reservations. Our nightly rate is $125 and we accept both Visa and Master Card. ​
377 Cantey LaneRembert, SC 29128
803-432-9537 (home)803-432-9537 (cell)
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