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Historic John Blue House Complex


category : Historic Homes
This 100-year old Victorian house, with two museum rooms, is listed on National Register of Historic Places. Also located on pecan tree-lined grounds are three authentic log cabins, restored pre-Civil War cotton gin,restored country store, the Scotland County Museum and an operational miniature steam locomotive. This historic property also serves as a site for area festivals and events.


Address:
13040 X-way Rd.

Phone: (910)277-2585
Our Email: scotparks@carolina.net
Our Website:www.ncecho.com

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Hampton Inn

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Lodge Golf Course, The

Course Access: Public
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

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Holiday Inn Express

One of Scotland Counties award winning hotels offers king rooms with sofa beds, two double beds, and suites with whirlpool and wet bar.

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