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Recent Louisiana reviews

  • C&E From Vero Beach,FL

    "This was our second time to stay with Rebecca and Bill and it was again WONDERFUL!!! They even let us use their bikes to get to the opening of Yulman Stadium at Tulane for the first home football game on campus, which was a great way to go to the game. We had everything we needed and had a wonderful time. They are delightful owners and we look forward to our next N.O. visit as we will surely stay with them again and again."
    Guest: C&E from Vero Beach Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 8, 2014
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  • Awesome place! Great location!

    "We stayed in both the Marigny and Elysian Fiels suites. It was a perfect set up for my brothers bachelor party. I would hands down choose this over a hotel stay! Location was walking distance to everything and we always felt incredibly safe. Matt was great to deal with and even left us a gift in the fridge to start our trip off. Highly recommend!"
    Guest: Taylor E Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 10, 2014
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  • A WHOLE LOT OF RELAXATION AND FUN!!

    "I must say, my family and I had an awesome time. We can actually say, we relaxed a whole lot. The house was huge, and comfy. We will definitely be back."
    Guest: Robert B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 5, 2014
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  • Lush plants surrounding this hidden gem!

    "This place was amazing! First, we had a slight miscommunication with the number of people. We had 8 in our party, which the description states it sleeps 8. There was certainly enough "room", but if you are planning on 8 beds, plan on bringing an air mattress. There was a roll away cot, which sleeps one, and the king is expected to sleep 3. However, the couch is so comfortable, the two in our party actually chose to sleep on the couch as opposed to air mattress/cot that was provided to us. The pictures of the interior are spot on, but the outside pictures of the pool/patio do not do justice. It was 100 times better!!! It was so relaxing to swim in the evening while listening to the sounds of nature, and Caption John, who is one of the best guys you could meet, shared his home and stories with us, and taught us about his birds. It's certainly not minutes from the French Quarter and we did not have a car, but we took the bus, which is just down the street and very easy and cabs home. Though it may seem like the area is "sketchy" or "ghetto", it's how all of New Orleans looks, not just this area. After all, they did survive probably the most horrific hurricane and have had to rebuild. We never felt unsafe or uncomfortable during our stay. This was such a great place and we look forward to our return!"
    Guest: jshesk Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 30, 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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