Nottoway Plantation, White Castle
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We had an excellent tour of the mansion with Brock. His voice was nice and loud and pronunciation was easy to understand. The tour was about an hour long and the rooms are beautifully done. Very histo... read more »
Love plantation homes. Our 1st time visiting. Our tour guide was very informative. The home & grounds are beautiful.
En circuit touristique. La visite de cette magnifique plantation, très bien entretenue, avec un intérieur qui montre le luxe dans lequel vivaient les planteurs est très intéressante, mais le sous-sol,... read more »Tourist circuit. A visit to this magnificent plantation, very well maintained, with an Interior that shows the luxury in which lived the planters is very interesting, but the basement, shows him a little of the life of slaves, not forget. A beautiful view of the Mississippi and the magnificent Oaks and small houses for extended stay. A must see.show original
Cynthia Haymon Perry
We attended the mystery dinner. Well worth the money for dinner and entertainment. I would like to see them offer substitutions for the drinks on the menu - some of us don't drink tea and wine - these were included with the meal. We loved the open seating and we were comfortable throughout. The actors were wonderful. We loved that we were allowed to take photos with the actors after the show.
Unforgettable experience! If you love learning about southern history & antiques and have always wanted to stay in a real antebellum plantation this is a great place to visit. We stayed in the Cornelia Randolph room #1. It was decorated and furnished in period antiques and with an old full tester bed. When we were there, there wasn't much going on, it was very quiet and kind of like we had the whole place to ourselves and had full run of the house. We had a great time exploring all the rooms and grounds. We took the tour (free with our room stay) which was interesting and educational. We had dinner in the restaurant downstairs which was wonderful, my husband said the steak he ordered was the best he's ever had. Everything around the place was old or reproductions and very authentic feeling, not like the overdone sterile feeling of some of the other restored plantations in the area. The only problems we had were the shower in our room (a converted clawfoot tub) had very low water pressure and the tub itself was very chipped and worn so it didn't seem sanitary enough for me to want to sit in it to take a bath. It got the job done, but it took a long time to get the soap off, kind of like trying to take a shower in one of those RV bathrooms. Also We didn't get a good nights sleep because we are both tall/larger people and we were trying to squeeze into a full size bed that is probably best for just one person. So if you need a good "hotel" experience, maybe rent one of the cabins instead that have king sized beds and more modern plumbing. But if those things don't matter much to you, definitely rent a room inside the main house! The discomfort is totally worth it.
I recently got married at Nottoway Plantation, and we had the most amazing experience!! Meghan and Lauren, the catering managers, were absolutely fabulous to work with. They took note of every detail and were incredibly organized. They worked with us to find the best package that fit our needs. Even though we worked mainly with Meghan leading up to the event, Lauren handled the day of the wedding and never missed a beat!! I also cannot say enough good things about the event staff. They were so accommodating and really made for a fabulous night! The food was absolutely delicious, and we had several guests compliment it! Finally, the rooms at Nottoway are exquisite. We were very pleased with everything!!
Excellent tour of a gorgeous house. Don't miss the cafe, incredible value delicious gumbo and jambalaya :)
Me and my husband day trip and visit places as such on our motorcycles. Makes the trip that much more enjoyable. However, we were treated so disrespectfully at this location. We were asked to be helped the moment we walked in and in my naivety I thought this was good customer service. That thought was short lived. I advised lady we had never been and were interested in getting to know more about this location. We discussed the prices and length of a tour. Which would have been lengthy so we declined. She seemed irritated with the trash that stumbled in and made a point to say we could look around the grounds because it was "free" and to browse the gift shop was optional because of course, again she added "it's free". Me and my husband both own Harleys, which are not cheap by any means. Maybe I should have went home and got in my brand new SUV, which was LESS expensive than my husband's Harley and go back. I think not. This place has forever lost my business which is sad because it looked awesome.
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