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Nottoway Plantation

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Paul O wrote a review Mar 2020
Otsego, Minnesota92 contributions43 helpful votes
Our tour of Norroway was especially nice as the two of us had (just by lucky timing) a private tour by Jessica, a very knowledgeable young woman in appropriate costume. She had quite a knowledge of interesting facts about the history of the mansion as well as the original family. She added a bit of humor to the whole tour and took photos of us as well as posed for photos of herself in appropriate settings. A very special day!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Carole J wrote a review Mar 2020
Calhoun, Louisiana84 contributions38 helpful votes
Nottoway Plantation is a great way to spend an afternoon. The grounds are well kept, the house beautifully resorted, and the tour guide (Donovan) was wonderful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Laura R wrote a review Mar 2020
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My mother and I enjoy exploring south Louisiana every spring. This is the first time we have stayed at Nottoway. The food at the restaurant was fabulous both evening and breakfast. We stayed in the two-story house on the bottom floor. It was very clean and comfortable. The only draw back was the cost of tour and breakfast were not included with the room, but it was worth it. We will visit again.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Glenda B wrote a review Mar 2020
Colorado Springs, Colorado9 contributions10 helpful votes
The grounds and the plantation house are quite stunning! Just across the road from the grand Mississippi River! Brandi did an excellent entertaining tour of the main house! We stayed in The Gardener's Cottage and found it very pleasant!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Clive B wrote a review Mar 2020
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On arrival at the resort for a two-night stay, we booked a table in the restaurant for 1900 that first evening; the receptionist specifically selected a table on the veranda. We duly arrived in the restaurant at the allotted time and waited at the ubiquitous, "Wait here to be seated sign". When the waitress arrived, I don't recall her specific words, but the meaning of what she said was clearly, "You'll have to wait, because there are more important people than you waiting to be seated". Really! Following a protest, during which it was confirmed that our table was available, we were seated. Having checked that the hotel stocked Campari, my Wife ordered a Campari and orange juice; we were both shocked when a glass of orange juice arrived, accompanied by the comment, "We're out of Campari". Really! When we ordered the Campari, we also ordered a bottle of Rioja and when our main course arrived, but still no wine, we queried its absence. We're out of Rioja, was the rejoinder and when exactly were we going to be told?!? Whilst many people will just holiday at the resort, but, if like me, you need to keep in touch with your business, don't bother. The wifi is weak and extremely unreliable as are the mobile phone signals. On the first morning, we had to call housekeeping, because the safe in the room wouldn't open. Battery-powered, it was clear the battery needed replacing. Whilst the safe was opened, no repair was effected, so the self same thing happened the following morning. Once is an accident, twice is bad management. To be fair, generally the buildings and grounds were well-maintained, although the pool wasn't fit for use. Potentially, it is a great place to stay, but our visit was spoiled by extreme poor service. The tour of the house was informative and entertaining and well worth taking, although, having since visited the Whitney Plantation, it did take a romanticised view of slavery.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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