While it’s true that many things have changed in Greer throughout the years, The Molly Butler Lodge remains a living testament to the lasting spirit of those who settled this village over a century ago. Set, almost in amber, are the original structures and stories handed down through the years. In fact, one of the original four structures built by John and Molly Butler as early as 1908, the famous Longhouse has hosted U.S. Presidents, award-winning artists and novelists, and Hollywood celebrities.
Yesterday’s guests would undoubtedly recognize Molly’s Long House from the outside, but the interior is changing for today’s guests. We are proud to report that renovations are currently underway to tastefully blend the historical charm of Molly’s with modern amenities. The Longhouse and the attached Bluebird Library (circa 1886) is currently being restored and renovated to include a private library parlor and four unique luxury suites…
Each suite will be an original masterpiece featuring authentic, custom made period furnishings that offer every creature comfort and pay tribute to Molly and the legends that stayed at Molly’s throughout the past century including President Herbert Hoover, John Wayne, and famous western novelist Zane Grey– to name a few.
You may want to reserve one of these suites as a charming and memorable backdrop for that special occasion, but you may find yourself coming back again and again for the experience.