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We stopped on here on a plantation road trip, and I'm glad we did! The food was lovely and our waitress (Sadie) was very friendly and helpful. We had gator bites, then I had a Po Boy and she had a Cajun Medley, we both...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
The cottages are like living in your own little house, complete with antiques and creaky wooden floors. If you check in after touring the plantation, they will hand you a cold lemonade and whisk you to the parking lot in a golf cart. There are...More
Added a day on to my work trip to New Orleans so I could spent a day and night touring the plantations. The minute I arrived at Oak Alley, all of the stress from the day of travel just melted away. Made it just in...More
This is a stand alone restaurant worthy of a visit whether you're there to visit the plantation or not. It's nice inside, but not posh like the plantation house. Our lunch of shrimp au gratin was outstanding! Rich and creamy with a hint of spice,...More
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US$115 - US$200 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.