A perfect place to relax, rest and enjoy the "true old South."
In 1898, prominent Greenville farmer and businessman, Jesse Bishop, began construction of a grand hotel. The Bishop family operated this splendid example of Queen Anne Victorial architecture as the Bishop Hotel until Mr. G. Frank Andrews purchased the hotel in 1925.
The Andrews family continued to operate the Andrews Hotel, which served as boarding house for teachers, rail travelers, and lumber businessmen, until 1954. The hotel also served as a community center during weddings, community meetings, social teas, and special occasion dinners.
Since becoming a bed and breakfast inn, Grace Manor enables guests to experience splendors from an elegant era that only the wealthy could previously enjoy.