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Butler Greenwood Plantation, Saint Francisville

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4.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • Butler Greenwood Plantation dates to the 1770s and the current house, built in 1810, has been home to eight generations of the family. Located on U.S. Route 61 about 2 1/2 miles north of St. Francisvi...  read more »
  • My boyfriend brought me here for my birthday as a surprise and it was absolutely breathtaking. So relaxing great place to go if your trying to get away from a hectic life. ❤️️❤️️ 
  • Finding Peace would be the title of my book if I could compare writing a novel to staying at Anne Butler's lovely home. Traveling 75% of my life for my career has made me quite accustomed to a Hilton ...  read more »
  • Beautiful main house and grounds with cottages surrounding a small pond. Convenient to historical sites in St. Francisville. The cottages are very clean, and very cozy. Makes for a great weekend getaway without breaking the budget.
  • Cozy, unique cottages on beautiful plantation grounds with a pond, ducks and a friendly peacock! Each cottage is different-some have jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces, and full kitchens. Living in New Orleans, we wanted to get away from the Mardi Gras madness and stayed for two nights in 2014, in two different cottages. Though we had made reservations for two nights in the Gazebo, which had beautiful stained glass, a jacuzzi and was right on the pond, the owner kindly let us explore a different cottage the next night. The Dovecot was wonderful too-beautiful hardwood floors, three stories, a jacuzzi tub with a view of the woods. This year we are escaping Mardi Gras again and staying in Chase's Cottage. Can't wait. Also! There are notebooks in all the cottages that people write in, which are so interesting to read. Love love love!
  • My wife and I stayed in the Gazebo to celebrate our 25th Anniversay. Ms. Butler helped me arrange to have flowers waiting in the room and she added a nice touch of arranging a table and chairs so that the roses were well presented and drew your eye. My wife was thrilled that she had a wide assortment of bath oils to choose from. The service was great imho. There when you needed them but not licking your feet. Beautiful grounds, centuries old trees and structures. Clean, comfortable, peaceful. Very charming. Loved it! We will be back...soon.
  • The Butler, let me start by saying there are motels, hotels, resorts, & B&B's. A person expects certain things and quality at each. I do not like to put a place down but this is motel quality at B&B prices. The hospitality is okay but nothing what you would expect from a B&B. Upon entering the room you are hit with an old room with indoor/outdoor carpet with burn marks, and some appliances you might expect in a friend's camp house. The ironing board is sitting out like a piece of funinture with the alarm clock sitting on it. There is nothing cozy about this place. The bathroom is old, and we are meat with someone else's body hair on the tub. There is no caulking aound tube, worn out wood work around the sink, mismatched light bulbs in the bath room lights and the microwave looks to be several years old. The breakfast here is a joke. There is no cover on bath room vent. My wife and I found food(bacon) in the chairs in the room. I would not dare set my body in the Jacuzzi tub. The ceiling fan in the room is cheap. The lamp shades have holes in them. The body length mirror is propted up against the wall and looks like a mirror from the five and dime. The bed is being held up in the center by two big pieces of wood. The pictures on the wall look like something purchased in a discount magazine. I have stayed in a few B&B's , and it is sad to let this beautiful place go into this state. Looking for a place to stay, try googling Lavendar Mermaid in east texas. The pride in owner ship could be a lesson to many. It it obvious that the money people spend does not go back into keeping the places up, sad. I will not be coming back here. On a positive note this place has WiFi. The grounds of the place or nice with live oak trees. It is nice and quit. This place is misleading as a B&B. Our best veiw is standing in the door of our cabin and looking out at the pond. This place is a sad representation for St. Francisville.
  • Great people always available to assist when needed. Complete and comfortable cottages always clean. A good value.
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