Welcome to The Cooper House
Historic Conway/Myrtle Beach Country/Barn Style Wedding Venue
Shabby Chic – Rustic – Moss Draped Live Oak Tree Ceremony in Myrtle Beach
Weddings – Baby Showers – Reunions – Birthday Parties – All Events Venue
Historic Air Conditioned Reception Hall
Air Conditioned Buildings – A Must See Myrtle Beach Wedding & Event Location
The Cooper House is a true Southern historical gem that serves as a rustic barn style wedding venue and special events center for guests to enjoy a distinctly different and shabby chic luxurious atmosphere in Myrtle Beach, SC. The entire property is a photo studio offering according to local photographers “The Best Wedding Photo Shoots in The Area are at The Cooper House”
The Cooper House is known for its rustic feel, while still presenting a comfortable air conditioned location for any special event, from weddings to business meetings.
The Cooper House will plan and host your myrtle beach dream wedding/reception or special event, rehearsal dinners, birthday parties, anniversary parties, business meetings in the heart of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina all in historic, rustic air conditioned buildings.
In addition, The Cooper House presents an evening of fun with once or twice a month dinner theatre performances featuring Murder Mystery or Elvis Dinner Theater or Jazz Shows, and other fun entertainment to enjoy with dinner.
It’s not too often you can spend an evening with family and friends in an historical location like this – so make sure to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
Please contact us today by filling out our online feedback form or call (843) 236-7077. We can e-mail you a packet of information or schedule a time to tour The Cooper House interior and exterior grounds and the charming next-door General Store.
Thomas B. Cooper was appointed postmaster in 1908, covering grounds in the Socastee area. Mail was distributed from the T.B. Cooper Store (The General Store) right next door to The Cooper House we know and love today.
The Cooper House was built by Robert M. Prince Sr. The Thomas B. Cooper House had a two tiered and turned bolstered front porch which also included five bays. The front portion of the house is two stories with one room deep and a pediment gable roof.
The exterior is weather-board sided with 2 x 2 double-hung sash windows and wooden plank shutters. Since the original construction, modifications in 1935 were made including an enclosed rear porch and restoration of the stairs.