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Recent Louisiana property reviews

  • Beautiful Home and Excellent owner!

    "My wife and mom, as well as a few friends of ours, stayed at this house for the weekend of July 18th-20th. We were taking part in the 48 hour film festival here in New Orleans. Jeff was an awesome host and very accommodating. He gave us permission to shoot in his home (although we ended up not needing to) and even lowered the rate to match another of his properties we were trying to rent. The house was gorgeous and comfortable, and stock with toiletries, dishes, and other things to make our stay easier. I definitely plan on renting with Jeff again. Very nice and accommodating; dont pass up his homes! Thanks, Jeff!"
    Guest: Christopher.Gros Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014
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  • Bachelorette Party Heaven!

    "Wow! What can I say to relay how awesome this property and owner both are....After pulling together 16 ladies from across the US for my daughters "last fling before the ring" celebration and fretting over what I would find when I got there I was nervous on arrival. When the inside privacy gate opened I felt like I had walked into a Victorian Novel. It was so neat with a lovely little courtyard with splashing fountains and live plants. The house is huge! We had the entire property rented including the apartment. Everything in the house is interesting, everywhere you look there is something else interesting to see. The homeowner was gracious, available and a very interesting person himself but was quick to tell us we could have all the privacy we wanted. We liked him so well we invited him to join us for dessert after our lingerie shower on Fri night. The house was plenty big and well supplied and the location (you could crawl the 20ft from Bourbon if you had to, lol) couldn't be beat. We had one attendee who had never been to NOLA before and she declared that it just wouldn't have been as awe inspiring if we hadn't stayed here!!! All of us young and old had a great time. Thanks again Ride!!! We will be back!!"
    Guest: Deidre B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 14, 2014
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  • Welcoming and comfortable

    "This is wonderful for a short stay, or for 2 months, as we did. It is clean, well-furnished, and comfortable. The backyard is small but fenced and wonderful for a lunch. There is also an outdoor grill. Having a bedroom both upstairs and downstairs makes it accessible for everyone, as well as a bathroom on both levels. It's far enough away from New Orleans to be quiet, but the 25 min. trip there makes if easy to go there for the day. Slidell is large enough for any shopping and restaurant needs. The Big Branch Wildlife Refuge is a great place to visit and volunteer in the area."
    Guest: Jim/Lynn Date of Stay: January 2013 Review Submitted: March 21, 2013
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  • Gorgeous home!!

    "What a fantastic home to stay in!! I had a total of 17 people to celebrate my 40th birthday over Memorial Day weekend. The house fit all of us perfectly and we never felt like we were too crowded. A group of 11 of us arrived late Friday evening/early Saturday morning with others coming later during the weekend. The home was lit up for our arrival with music playing, a welcome basket full of snacks, food in the refrigerator to make breakfast, a bottle of wine, and cookies and muffins in both the main house and garden apartment. The owner was amazing to work with. The pictures do not do the house justice!! We enjoyed the home just as much as we enjoyed exploring the city!! There are quite a few bars and restaurants in walking distance of the home and the streetcar is only a short walk. Due to construction on the streetcar lines, it is actually a long commute to the French Quarter so I would recommend a taxi - with a group of 6-7 in a cab, we paid about $3.00 per person (including tip). The pool area can make you feel like you're in your own private world and it is VERY EASY to lose track of time there. I would definitely stay in this house again.....Michelle definitely does everything to make you feel like you are right at home!!"
    Guest: Weekend Retreat Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 2, 2014
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Baton Rouge Travel Tips

Traveling to Baton Rouge Vacation Rentals

The Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport is located a short drive from the city center. As a minor travel hub, it has connections on most North American airlines through air travel hubs such as Memphis, Dallas Ft. Worth, Houston and Atlanta. Travelers from other parts of the United States, Canada or Europe can book an international or regional flight into any one of these cities and then connect to Baton Rouge. A 24-hour taxi service can provide transport from the airport to your vacation rental. There are several car rental agencies based at the airport. If you plan to stay for an extended period, inquire about long-term rental specials available to travelers.

A Wealth of Attractions near Baton Rouge House Rentals

Baton Rouge has some magnificent old architecture. In particular, the Louisiana State University in the city has more than 250 buildings that are built in the beautiful Italian Renaissance style. Several old plantation houses in Baton Rouge showcase the unique antebellum-era style of architecture. The Neo gothic Old Louisiana State Capitol, built in 1890, was the first state house in Baton Rouge. It was in time replaced with the impressive 450-foot tall New Louisiana State Capitol.

The Museums in Baton Rouge have exhibits that are well presented and interesting to people of all ages. LSU Museum of Natural Sources has a variety of natural exhibits of Louisiana’s wildlife. Those with an interest in anthropology, paleontology, archeology, birds, reptiles, or mammals will enjoy visiting the museum. The Louisiana Art and Science museum is housed in a historic building along the banks of the Mississippi River. The museum combines exhibits of both art and science in an interesting way. The Enchanted Mansion Doll Museum is something for girls of all ages. The museum houses an impressive collection of handcrafted and antique dolls. The LSU Rural Life Museum and Windrush Gardens provides insight into early pioneering life. The museum has exhibits of farming history and documents the culture of past centuries. The Magnolia Mound Plantation has a small 18th-century home that was later converted into a homestead. It is reputed to be one of Louisiana’s oldest wooden structures.

The Blue Bayou Water Park is a place where you can enjoy hours of water fun with the family. The park features water slides and an interactive play area. An annual event not to be missed is the festive Mardi Gras where massive street parties and loads of festivities take place.

Visitors Will Enjoy Staying at Baton Rouge Condos

Baton Rouge is an interesting destination. It has a wonderful blend of old and new, arts, culture, and history, as well as a wealth of modern theme parks and attractions. It is a great destination for a family vacation if you enjoy sightseeing, and visiting museums and theme parks. History, art and culture enthusiasts can browse the many museums and galleries. Regular theater productions provide great evening entertainment. For the younger crowds, the city’s nightlife is legendary. There are several casinos, numerous night spots and many excellent restaurants to enjoy.

Best Time of Year to Stay at Louisiana Vacation Rentals in Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge has a humid subtropical climate. The summer months are characterized by days that are hot and humid. Moderate to heavy rainfall can occur during these months. The winter months tend to be quite mild and snowfalls occur rarely, although they have become more frequent during the month of December in recent years. The region is prone to the occasional strong winds and tornadoes throughout the year. The city’s proximity to the coast also leaves it somewhat vulnerable to hurricanes in the late summer months. Many people will consider Baton Rouge a year-round travel destination. Many travelers come to visit in the early summer months and during special festivals and events.

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