Nottoway Resort

The largest remaining historic home in the south, with accommodations and dining.

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Nottoway Resort is certainly Iberville’s claim to fame. Completed in 1859, Nottoway’s 53,000 sq. ft. palatial mansion awes thousands of visitors a year who come to see such extravagant features as soaring 15 1/2′ ceilings, enormous 11-foot doors, 22 massive exterior columns, hand-carved Italian marble fireplaces, exquisitely detailed plaster frieze moldings, and a pure white oval ballroom. Nottoway was completed for Mr. And Mrs. John Hampden Randolph and their 11 children. The wealth of sugarcane farmer Randolph shows with 15 feet ceilings in its 64 rooms and intricate woodwork throughout.

Guided Mansion Tours:
Includes free access to the Nottoway grounds. The Mansion Tour is not handicapped accessible. Tour hours may vary occasionally due to special events. Tickets fees are $20 for Adults, $6 for Children, and free for ages 5 and under. A 10% discount is provided to AAA Members and Seniors, and 20% for Military. The Mansion Tour is not handicapped accessible.

Resort Accommodations:
Nottoway spans 31 acres and offers a wonderful variety of venues, amenities and services including: 40 overnight rooms, a honeymoon suite, The Mansion Restaurant, Lé Cafe, over 15,000 sq. ft. of event space, a bridal dressing room, an outdoor pool and cabana, tennis courts, a lounge, and a fitness center. If you have requests for specific accessibility needs, please note them when booking your room.

Great River Road Driving Tour:
LA-405 (Great River Road) from Plaquemine through Bayou Goula to White Castle.

Features
  • Dine-In
  • Entry Fee
  • Group Tours
  • Events
  • Accessible
  • Walk/Trail

Sunday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

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