Habanero’s Mexican Grill
Traditional Mexican menu and beverages. Open 7 days a week 11AM-9PM.
Tamassee Town historical marker
Tamassee was one of several Cherokee "Lower Towns" in the region. It was abandoned in 1752 due to threats by their Creek enemies. By 1770, Cherokee had returned to the town. In 1776 they sided with the British during the Revolution and attacked settlements along the frontier. In retaliation, South Carolina Patriots destroyed Tamassee and other Cherokee towns during the war.
Weddings at Tamassee
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this chapel provides a quiet, secluded setting for an intimate, romantic candlelit service, or a grand celebration for the joining of two hearts. Wallace Hall provides room for a spacious reception and the Banquet Hall is the perfect place for a rehearsal dinner to take place. Cozy residential cottages are available for out of town guests and members of the wedding party. Individual cottages provide a romantic honeymoon location too.
Whippoorwill Point Lake House
Located on Lake Cherokee, which is a 200 acre private lake. This house faces Sumter National Forest from the front and the back is just steps from the lake with gorgeous mountain views. 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, sleeps 10. Owners provide canoes, kayaks, paddle boards, and floats. Note: Motorized boats are not allowed to be used by guests on Lake Cherokee.