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Overall experience was outstanding. Sully Mansion is a beautiful, century-old converted private residence. Current owners/hosts, Guy and Nancy (and winsome dog Gracie), were friendly, gracious, accommodating and immensely helpful in offering recommendations on tourist sites, restaurants, etc. Location is excellent -- away from noise and...More
Stayed at Sully for four nights during Jazz Fest. The place is old and charming -- one of the best parts is a big front porch and side yard area where you can just hang out and be quiet if you want. They have art...More
Nancy and Guy couldn't be more helpful in making our stay wonderful. We came for the Jazz and Heritage festival and they were a font of knowledge on the festival - music and food - as well as great suggestions for enjoying the music in...More
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