The rhythm of "Edisto Time" begins as you cross the Dawhoo to a land apart, not yet spoiled, Edisto Island. The last mile to Cassina Point is via a country lane through acres of pasture and woodlands. The house sits 100 feet from a quiet creek and salt marsh and is surrounded by towering pines, palmettos, pecan and live oak trees. This natural spacious setting, delightfully secluded with colorful southern flora and native wildlife offers the flexibility of hosting a small intimate wedding to a large casual cookout. The variety of venues throughout Cassina Point's 140 acres can provide the perfect backdrop for your special day with memories that will last a lifetime.
Over 160 years ago the house at Cassina Point was constructed by newly-weds Carolina Lafayette Seabrook and James Hopkinson. Their descendants retained ownership until 1983. In 1987 Bruce and Tecla Earnshaw purchased part of the acreage and the plantation home which they restored and operated as a Bed & Breakfast for almost ten years. In the spring of 2011 Cassina Point again began offering its truly unique historic Low country setting for weddings, events and private entertaining.
~Wedding Ceremonies and/or Receptions
~Creek House Cook Outs/Rehearsal Dinners