There’s more than meets the eye in Greenville. And we’ll give your other four senses plenty to be happy about, starting with your taste buds. Our cuisine is surprisingly eclectic and downright delicious. From earliest times, the cultures that inhabited this magic place brought their own special flavors and techniques, adding to the gumbo of Delta Dining. Washington County boasts 7 stops on the infamous Hot Tamale Trail, a spicy food experience not to be missed!
Greenville-Washington County has eateries from the riverfront to the rural byways, and enough down home cooking to make you want to stay a spell. Best of all, more interesting sites and activities than you ever imagine await you at every bend in the river.
Belmont, one of the last remaining antebellum mansions in Greenville/Washington County. Built in 1857 for W.W. Worthington and recently restored to its original grandeur, Belmont is now a Bed and Breakfast and is available for weddings, events and tours. Contact Camille Collins, CEO Belmont Plantation, est. 1857 (901) 652-1390 or email@example.com