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Gourmet Dinner at the Carriage House Restaurant
Bottle of Wine
Special Greeting Card, Homemade Cookies and Snacks
2 New Orleans-style Egg Breakfasts
Must stay 2 or more nights
Must mention this package for promotion to be valid
No date restrictions
Feast your eyes on the most elegant Thanksgiving buffet your family has ever seen. Houmas House Plantation and Gardens celebrates with a special Thanksgiving Day buffet, being served from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm. Seating is limited. $60 per adult, $25 per child. Make your reservations soon. Call (225) 473-9380.
Watch the Ohio State Buckeyes play the Alabama Crimson Tide in the 2015 Sugar Bowl in New Orleans and enjoy the historic sites of the Garden District, just a street car ride from the French Quarter and the Superdome.
One Night, Double Occupancy
A gift upon Check-in
Gourmet Breakfast for two
Nature trailhike through the Mandalay Refuge Nature Trail
Two tickets to the Greenwood Alligator Farm
Lunch for two at Bayou Delight
Two tickets for Annie Miller’s Son Swamp Tour
“Tanks” A Lot
Stay 2 or more nights (Sunday through Thursday) and we will discount your stay $20.00 to help offset the cost of the fuel for your trip. To qualify at least 2 nights of your stay must be Sunday through Thursday nights. This discount can not be combined with any other special or discount.
Book a room Sunday through Thursday nights and receive 20% off our regular rates. Impressionist Artist Edgar Degas lived here at Degas House with his maternal family in the Fall of 1882 to early Spring of 1883. Now you can enjoy the same luxurious home in which he painted 18 paintings and produced several drawings and letters. ...
Book directly with us for a three-night-or-more stay. Include Monday in your schedule and it’s free! Monday is the traditional Red Beans and Rice on the menu day, a practice customary in the early days of Creole life in Louisiana. The “Monday night accommodation is free” offer is subject to promotion availabi...
Baton Rouge means “red stick” in French. In 1699, the French arrived in the area to discover cypress poles dyed red that were placed along the river. These “red sticks” let outsiders know that they were crossing into Ind...