Remove your watch and ignore the clock—you're on Edisto time! It's time to be busy doing nothing. Come to Cassina Point, a plantation house once occupied by Union troops, now a bed-and-breakfast to travelers. See the treasures of a museum, two magnificent Sea Island churches and a state park perched on the Atlantic Ocean. Explore the miraculous marsh and estuary with island conservationist Ron Elliott, and marvel at the majesty of centuries-old live oaks.

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Edisto, Part 3 - Cassina Point | Palmetto Places
Edisto, Part 3 - Cassina Point | Palmetto Places

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Cassina Point, one of Edisto’s oldest and most historic of homes, presently serves as a bed and breakfast inn. Traces of occupation by Union soldiers during the Civil War can still be seen today...