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Big Mill B&B


Farmstead Photo Gallery

Big Mill has always been a working Farm. And while portions of the farm are now devoted to the Bed and Breakfast, our fields still produce yields of cotton, tobacco, soy and pecans. When you stroll around the property, here are some of the sights to enjoy.

Innkeeper Chloe Tuttle

The barn

Vegetable garden late Spring

Peaceful view of Pack House from the lake

Sunflowers bloom in the garden every summer at Big Mill

Tall Carolina pines reflecting in the quiet waters of the lake

Chloe’s father’s Purple Martins return to the farm every year

The Pack House was built in 1935 by Chloe’s father

The original farm buildings, the Potato House and Tobacco Barns are still here

Big Mill Bed and Breakfast welcomes you

Rows of tall tobacco in the field beside the inn

Sunflowers grow taller than your head at Big Mill

One of our breeze-powered whirlygigs

Tools and implements adorn the breezeway

Springtime at the farmstead

The Smokehouse

Beautiful Tobacco flower in the field beside Big Mill

A field of white cotton on the farm at Big Mill ready for harvest

Every spring the azaleas bloom all around the farm

Red barn was once in the side yard of the inn. In the sixties, Chloe’s folks moved it across the road

We love to line-dry our sheets

Organic Cook’s garden provides fresh flowers and vegetables for the inn

There is nothing like hanging in a hammock on a summer’s day. We have 4 here at the inn

Farm ponds (lakes) are great for our fisherman guests. They can catch big bass and bream

Tall pecan trees, planted by Chloe’s parents in 1922

Old grape arbor is a great place to relax or hang in one of the hammocks. Tiny fairy lights sparkle at night. It is a great place to watch for fireflies

Guests love to grab a book and settle in for the quiet in the swing just outside the Mardi Gras Suite.

Harvesting soy beans in the fields beside the Inn