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Reviewed November 27, 2011

This place needs lots of attention and it needed it long before our visit. The photos on the website are old. Yes, it rained and yes the roof leaked in several places as you could tell from the already sagging ceiling and water marks. Normal rain I add, not a hurricane. We could only laugh when it got to 5 pots on the floor and not many left to cook with. Extrememly dissappointed. Ruined our visit.

Room Tip: Go to another plantation or even a hotel.
  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with family
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2  Thank S P
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Reviewed November 19, 2011

I just made reservations for the 4th year in a row! My husband and I have stayed at Butler Greenwood Planatation for our anniversary every year since we got married and it is something I look forward to every year. We have had nothing but lovely service and enjoy the freedom of being able to come and go, without having to check in with anyone (unless you want to or need something) until you leave. The Dovecote and Treehouse are our favorite cottages. Butler Greenwood is truly a relaxing getaway!

Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
2  Thank Lindsay H
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Reviewed November 15, 2011

This is the title of Ann Butler's book that chronciles her brush with death at the hands of her husband who was the warden at Angola - Louisana's most infamous maximum security prison.

Talkin' to her, you would never know this. We stayed here on our "Lousiana plantation" driving tour in 2004. We stayed in Chase's Cottage. Most pleasant. (Visited again later and stayed in the Tree House.)

A wonderful respit. Don't cry if you don't like it. Kick back!!!

Room Tip: All cottages are special and have their own character. Stay away from the swimming pool rooms unless you have a family outing that would like that.
  • Stayed: December 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank jtchapman
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Reviewed August 15, 2011

we stayed 2 nights in chases cottage and thought it absolutely lovely.
The cottage has 2 large ensuite bedrooms (1 reached by external staircase only) omfortable lounge and kitchen area which had everything required. A nice addition was the washer/dryer-very useful.
The interior is pleasantly decorated and clean.
There are 2 outside seating areas. 1 overlooks the fields and the other looks out across the pond. Very relaxing.
The grounds are beautiful.
Minimal breakfast is provided-milk, juice, croissants etc in fridge. This is fine as it means you can eat when you want in the comfort and privacy of your cottage.
Mrs Butler is very congenial and helpful-she very graciously only charged us for 1 bedroom as there were 3 not 4 of us despite the fact we used both.
It is a peaceful and charming place and i would not hesitate to recommend or stay there again.
My only minor criticism is the downstairs shower-it seems more water comes out of the bath tap than the shower head. We just used the upstairs one instead.

  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 15, 2011

We stayed two nights at this beautiful plantation. There was a main house and cottages on the grounds. We stayed in the Poolhouse Cottage where the pool for the property was located. The proprietor was an 8th generation decendant of the original owners and a very nice lady. She told us that they didn't have a lot of pool traffic and we were the only ones allowed to swim after 8. A couple of people were at the pool the 2nd day when we came back for a nap but they were quiet and had left by the time we went to dinner. It was so nice to be able to take a swim after dinner and breakfast the next day. The cottage had an upstairs room and bath but we slept in the bed downstairs. there were also several couches so you could sleep quite a few people if you needed to. Breakfast was a bit disappointing. There were some stale croissants, packaged muffins, OJ, milk, butter and jellies in the fridge and a jar of raisin bran and a banana on the table. I had brought some fruit salad along so ate that and half a croissant. Next time I will stop and pick up stuff for breakfast on the way in. That certainly wasn't enough to ruin the experience for us, we had a great time touring the plantations and the Magnolia Cafe has great food and reasonable prices. It was a great romantic getaway!

  • Stayed: July 2011, traveled as a couple
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Thank KarrLaS
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