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Thank God we only stayed one night.
The place is very interesting if you like old homes. The villas seem cute at first; then the night falls and the weird noises from adjacent neighbors and streets start, then the trains come thru all night long...More
This is a great historic home that you can spend the night in. It was a great get away and so quiet and very peaceful. If you want to escape the hustle of our day to day lives this is a great place to land!...More
I stay here every time I come to Louisiana. The rooms are easily the most beautiful I've ever stayed in, and David is always above and beyond friendly and welcoming. I showed some friends of mine this hotel recently, and they stayed in the cottages,...More
The main house has a lovely historic architecture. Our stay was peaceful. We stayed in the Orleans suite in the Creole Cottage. The Creole Cottage is not historic. It has a more 1980s vibe although I think it was built much more recently than that....More
The Michabelle Inn is a lovely home! The grounds are absolutely beautiful! Our room was spacious and breakfast each morning was wonderful! We enjoyed our stay there and hope to return in the future. David was a wonderful host!
US$130 - US$148 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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