Classy Antebellum Cottages on a Quiet, Historic Louisiana Plantation
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- Pets allowed
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Swimming pool
The Treehouse, the Cook's Cottage, and the Gazebo are all one-bedroom cabins with working fireplaces.Both the Treehouse and the Gazebo have king-sized beds, whereas the Cook's Cottage features a queen bed, a big back deck overlooking the pond, and a porch with a swing. The Gazebo also has a deck overlooking the pond, and it is known for its antique stained-glass church windows that measure 9 feet long. There is an entire back wall of glass at the Treehouse, where a three-level deck dips into a steep ravine.
The Dovecote, the Pond House, the Pool Pavilion, Chase's Cottage, and the Old Kitchen all have two bedrooms with a king-sized bed and a double bed, complete with two full bathrooms.
The Dovecote is a three-story windmill with a deck overlooking a steep ravine. The Pond House is distinct for its gingerbread-trimmed porch with a hammock overlooking the pond, as well as a large back deck with meadow views.
The Pool Pavilion is next to the swimming pool, where a shaded gazebo is perfect for viewing the wooden ravine.
Sitting right along the pond, Chase’s Cottage has a porch swing with a garden view and features a queen-sized bed instead of the double, along with the king-sized bed in the other bedroom.
Built in 1796, the Old Kitchen is made of brick and features skylights, exposed beams, and an old 115-foot-deep well.
There is a $10 charge for extra guests in any of the cottages. Rates include private continental breakfasts in each accommodation.
If the guest cancels 7 days or more prior to check in.
- King-size bed
- Queen-size bed
- Outdoor furniture
- Shared Kitchen
- Dining room
- Dining table
- Linens and pillows
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Shared Barbecue
- Air conditioning
Location + Surroundings
- Movie theater
Adventures and sports
Glampers can go on a number of tours to visit the surrounding historic sites and landscapes. There are plenty of restored plantations and gardens open to the public, perfect for nature walks and bird-watching tours. For the more active guests, they can choose between biking, hiking, golfing, fishing, and hunting. Once boasting the richest cotton and indigo plantations of its day, the city of St. Francisville continues to draw tourists for its remarkable 19th-century architecture, as well as fun shops and popular restaurants.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
- Wheelchair accessible
ModerateFree cancellation up to 7 days
You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.View policy details