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Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast, LLC

Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast, LLC

Sunrise Farm Bed and Breakfast is built on ten acres of land and has a total of five rooms and two cottages. The bed and breakfast is located on the eastern side of Salem, North Carolina. Salem is a rural town with many waterfalls and outdoor adventures to enjoy. When it was first built in the early 1900s, one of the daughters of the owner planted a Magnolia tree. To this day, the tree is among the largest Magnolia trees in the state. A number of different types of farm animals roam a portion of the property, which allows guests the chance to interact and play them, if they would like.


Sunrise Farm Bed and Breakfast is a historical farmhouse with five guest rooms and two stand-alone cottages. The rooms have various themes, adding to the farm atmosphere of the property. One room is called the Hummingbird Room because the area is known for having lots of hummingbirds. The Hummingbird Room is located on the main house's upper floor and has an antique queen bed, a twin bed, and a love seat sleeper sofa. There is a private bathroom with a tub, shower, and bath amenities. The room has blue and yellow hues, creating a cheerful atmosphere for the room.

The Farmhouse Suite has two bedrooms included: the Cherokee Room and the Sunrise Room. Both the Cherokee Room and the Sunrise Room have one queen bed. The suite offers a full private bathroom with a tub and shower. There is also a private living room with a full-size sofa in the suite. The Morning Glory Room is located on the main house's upper floor and has a queen bed, private bathroom, and unique wicker furniture.

The June Rose Garden Cottage is a stand-alone cottage that is 900 square feet. The cottage is a one-bedroom cottage with one queen bed. There is a large living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, a laundry room, and a private deck. The second cottage is the Corn Crib Cottage and has pine walls, hardwood floors, and a king-sized bed. The cottage comes with a flat-screen tv with a DVD player, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a private covered patio. Special amenities include 24-hour coffee and tea service, baked cookies, and luxurious bedding.

The property is located on 10 acres of land with variety of farm critters. Guests can find and interact with mini horses, goats, sheep, and a llama while staying on the property. The property is located in a peaceful area and is a convenient location for guests looking for some quiet time away. The wrap around porch is a unique feature that allows guests to unwind after a long day. Salem, South Carolina, is full of outdoor activities for guests to participate in. Boating, fishing, jet-skiing, scuba diving, swimming, and waterfall viewing are all popular activities in the area. Salem has the most waterfalls in the area than anywhere on the east coast.


Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast is a place where guests can come, unplug, and soak in the simple life. With so many outdoor activities, there is always something to do. The B&B doesn't have TVs, encouraging guests to get out and explore Salem, South Carolina. Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast is known for the hospitality and service that the guests receive during their stay. It is a top priority for the owners to keep their bed and breakfast clean for their guests.

The property is unique compared to other bed and breakfasts because of the many animals on the property. Guests can pet and play with the animals during their stay. Most previous guests have left positive reviews, commenting on their plans to come back. Guests enjoy how peaceful the property is and have mentioned that breakfast was a highlight of their stay. A three or four-course breakfast is offered every morning, including fresh muffins, pancakes, and coffee cakes. The owners want to ensure that guests don't feel rushed at breakfast and take their time. One guest review that was left said, "We had the privilege of spending a weekend at Sunrise Farms and meeting Greg and Suzanne, amazing hosts. We stayed in the Corn Crib Cottage and found it to be a wonderful accommodation fully equipped with everything you would need for the weekend. The breakfast provided in the Farm House was absolutely delicious and our hosts were so gracious."

Greg and Suzanne run the bed and breakfast because it is a way for them to share their faith, serve others, and be hospitable to people. They love offering a place where people can escape their everyday lives and spend time together. Sunrise Farm Bed and Breakfast is open year-round and tends to see the most traffic during July and August. A wide range of guests stays on the property, including older and younger couples and families. The property has plenty to offer all guests' demographics. Twelve minutes away from the property is Lake Jocassee, where guests can find lake tours, fishing, jet-skiing, kayaking, and hiking to various waterfalls.


Sunrise Farm Bed & Breakfast has been running for about 25 years. The farm was established in the late 1800s, and the house was built in 1906. The property initially covered about 350 acres but was eventually divided between the seven daughters of the family that lived on the property. One of the daughters planted a magnolia tree, which has become one of the biggest magnolia trees in the state and is over 100 years old.

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325 Sunrise Dr
Salem, South Carolina 29676
United States


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Greg and Suzanne Humphreys

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