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We stayed two nights in Cottage #9. I can't begin to really describe how beautiful, peaceful, and comfortable it was. The cottages are superb, pristine, with tempurpedic bed, flat screen TV with Netflix, fabulous shower and kitchenette. When staying the night, it is highly recommended...More
We stayed in cottage number 3 for 1 night while road tripping in Louisiana. What a great experience!
The cottage in itself was very comfortable. And absolutely huge for the 2 of us.
The bedroom was nice with a very comfortable bed. The bathroom is...More
Ate at the restaurant after touring the plantation house with a very knowledgeable guide who gladly answered any questions we had. Must mention that upon leaving the tour did try a mint julep, yummy! Restaurant consists of several rooms and delicious oyster po boy, probably...More
We were on a time crunch since our tour bus was leaving in short order, but we stopped into the restaurant anyway and we were so relieved that we did. The food was excellent and it came out incredibly fast. Our server was friendly and...More
Tripadvisor should break this listing up into 3 sections - 1) The alley, house and plantation tour, 2) the restaurant and then 3) the cottages. There are a zillion reviews on how cool the alley is and I agree. The restaurant is where it needs...More
No, sorry, at least not a short tour. The riverboats that stop here are 3 and 7 day cruises from New Orleans to Memphis or St. Louis. They come highly recommended, but they are not just a quick day-trip tour.