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Circa 1890 farmhouse offers an idyllic experience in Salem, SC. Sleeps 16 and includes delicious homemade full breakfast!
Photo of Train and Seneca Depot by Jim Juras

Seneca Train Depot Circa 1950s

The mural depicts a typical day at the Seneca train depot circa 1950. There are (12) 4’x8′ wood panels and the image was created in 2″ grids. It is in sight of the actual depot and if you listen carefully, you can almost hear the train whistle of long ago. The artist wanted the train to be almost life-size. In working on this project, he came to notice how many trains actually pass through town, blowing their whistle which became inspiration.
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Seneca Escape Zones

Interactive game experience! Groups of up to 6 people immersed in rooms with specific themes, problems and goals. You’ll have 60 minutes to “escape” from rooms that include: Black Beard’s Brig (pirate theme), Imprisoned (help a friend escape Death Row) and The Cabin (hunting trip mishap). Open evenings Thursday – Sunday.
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Merle Norman of Seneca

They offer personal Merle Norman makeup services in a studio atmosphere. They employ many college area students. Their sister business, 331 Stock Market, is next door. The business carries Western ranch attire, boots and accessories. The business grew from a small experiment of brands they carried in the Merle Norman store.
Annual event fundraiser celebrates the Chattooga River and benefits the Chattooga Conservancy’s work to protect, promote and restore this precious river and its extraordinary watershed.
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The Nest-Bluebird Suite

Seneca, SC
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Located in downtown Seneca close to the action on Ram Cat Alley. One of three luxury apartments above Crown & Crest event space. This studio suite has a king bed and sleeps 2.
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The Lofts On Townville

Seneca, SC
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Boutique hotel above Papa Julios restaurant in the heart of historic downtown Seneca. Six seperate bedrooms with private bathrooms, luxury furnishings and 65″ TVs. Shared common area with large dining table and sitting area with 85″ TV.
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Ram Shack Bungalow

Seneca, SC
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This undated home has 3 bedrooms, 5 beds, 1.5 bathrooms and sleeps 8 people. There’s a full kitchen, an outdoor grill and fenced backyard. It’s a short 1-minute walk to historic Ram Cat Alley in downtown Seneca. It’s 8 miles from Clemson University and a short drive to Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee, numerous waterfalls, hiking, zip lining and whitewater rafting on the Chattooga River. The home has ample parking and can accommodate boat trailers.

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