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Nottoway Plantation and Resort

    Nottoway Plantation and Resort
 in White Castle


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  • What a great find!!

    by Hodgie84 on 2018-09-17 06:39 pm

    What can we say about this beautiful place! We booked it as just a one night stop while traveling up to New Orleans and we wish we could have stayed long! Just everything about it is really great, and the lovely waitress behind the bar Netty I think her name was was should a lovely lady and made us all feel very welcome, there was also some regulars out for dinner in the restaurant who were delightful and very helpful, the food is amazing we started with a cheese and shrimp soup of you have not but that you would not be disappointed. There is also a tour of the main house and the view of the river was beautiful we can't recommend this place enough.

  • Beautiful & Accommodating

    by Food_Dude741776 on 2018-09-13 09:01 am

    Welcoming staff and beautiful plantation right off River Road. We got the package that included a guided tour, dinner, breakfast, and a room. The tour was very good and the tour guide was very knowledgeable. The staff was accommodating in every way and the plantation and grounds were entirely at our disposal. The best feature of all was the dinner and we both recommend the bbq shrimp and grits. The amenities are excellent but if we were to nitpick one thing we would suggest the coffee makers and coffee in the rooms be vastly improved to 5 star quality. Also, be sure and look for the fridge as it is disguised as furniture. We did not realize our room had a fridge until we were leaving. Overall it was a fantastic experience that we highly recommend.

  • Another mansion paid on the backs of slavery...nice visit

    by ranles76 on 2018-09-02 01:27 pm

    Designed by henry Howard and built for John Randolph. Randolph completed the house in 1859. Home to he and his wife and 11 children. Farmer and slave owner. The house was occupied by the North during the Civil war while Emily and 4 of the children lived there. It had 64 rooms.

    Today the Nottoway Plantation is a B&B and tourist attraction. It was open to the public in 1980 and has undergone restoration since 2008 at a cost of over $14 million. Touring was by tickets, to control group size. To get into the house there are several stairs, We are told that there is an elevator somewhere. The tour covered two floors in the house.

    After the tour we visited a small museum and saw an 8 minute film. We briefly view some of the grounds. We toured, not stayed.

  • Gorgeous! A must stay!

    by Amber M on 2018-08-24 02:14 pm

    Stayed here one night in the 3rd floor of the garden house. Room was comfortable ans clean. Bathroom is private but you do need to leave the bedroom for it. Not an issue to me. The entire property was amazing! We had the hot tub all to ourselves. The bartender was wonderful! She hooked us up for breakfast seating (I suggest reservations - we did the B&B package) food was delicious. Wish we had known for dinner. The menu the greeter last showed us was not all that was available. I would stay here in a heartbeat again.

  • Nottoway is full of rich history and splendor.

    by Angelle225 on 2018-08-21 08:07 am

    Nottaway Plantation is so picturesque and beautiful. The grounds are kept up and the house is full of antiques and has been restored. Our tour guide Brock was fantastic! He is so entertaining and informative in retelling the history of the home and owners. I really liked all of the old vintage furniture and the pristine details of the home. We crossed the street to see the views of the Mississippi River. We visited the herb garden and also stopped by the family cemetery. We had iced coffee in The Cafe. They have a nice gift shop that sells all kinds of gifts and souvenirs. They offer a self-guided audio tour, but I highly recommend going with a guide. I also like how the employees wear clothes from times past. The estate is gorgeous and the property is nice sized. They gave a beautiful fountain in the front with flowers although I would have loved to see gardens. A house this grand definitely needs a garden to visit. There isn't a bad spot in the house or gardens for photos. There was a wedding about to start towards the end of our tour. This is a very popular place for family photos and wedding photos. I look forward to visiting again. Our guide mentioned September through October they will be offering nighttime guided ghost tours!

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