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Recapture the past in the historic Dansereau House, located in the lush beauty of Southern Louisiana. Built in 1847, the house retains its historic architectural majesty, while being lovingly restored and equipped with the amenities of today.Relax on the veranda or your balcony and...
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Beautiful historic mansion. We stayed in the Dansereau room. Spotless rooms and very comfortable beds. The breakfasts were excellent, served by the wonderful hostess, Linda.. Wifi and air conditioning were a plus. The surrounding area has Fremins, Spahrs, and Cinclares, which were very good Nearby...More
Response from Dansereau, Manager at The Dansereau HouseResponded 29 May 2018
Thank you! It is always a pleasure to have warm and wonderful guests like you in our home. I look forward to seeing you again. We appreciate you!
I recently spent two nights here after my wedding. We were in the Dansereau Suite and loved the comfy king bed. I did not wake up in time for breakfast at 9am, so I cannot comment on the breakfast. We took pictures here before the...More
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Response from Dansereau, Manager at The Dansereau HouseResponded 19 April 2018
Thank you for your review and the compliments! I am so pleased that you enjoyed your stay. I apologize for not communicating the housekeeping requests better with you. Turn down service and fresh towels are always available, but you must let us know...More
Gorgeous mansion filled with historic beauty! Delicious breakfasts and relaxing balcony with rockers that help you let your stress drift away. This is our second time staying here and we plan on staying here again. Southern charm and hospitality!
Response from Dansereau, Manager at The Dansereau HouseResponded 23 March 2018
OK, this is NOT a negative review, but... We arrived on a Monday night and the house was empty--completely, and we had to pretty much take care of ourselves. Again, not a real criticism, but not what we expected. The house is really beautiful, and...More
Response from Dansereau, Manager at The Dansereau HouseResponded 15 March 2018
Thank you for your candid review of our lovely house. We do appreciate the time you took to tell us about your experience. I do hope that you will give us another chance to make your stay here as perfect as possible. Perhaps...More
Recapture the past in the historic Dansereau House, located in the lush beauty of Southern Louisiana. Built in 1847, the house retains its historic architectural majesty, while being lovingly restored ...Moreand equipped with the amenities of today.Relax on the veranda or your balcony and enjoy the beauty of the gardens. Or, stay inside and curl up in one of our many quiet corners with refreshments and a good book. Located in downtown Thibodaux, unique shopping and fine dining are all within walking distance. Remember forever those special moments in your life held here in the Dansereau House. Whether in the sparkling beauty of the mansion, or in the lovely garden, your occasion will always be memorable. Weddings, receptions, parties, and meeting all become more festive in our beautiful house. Less
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Response from Dansereau | Property representative |
Hello! There is not a formal offering such as you inquire, but it's possible that this may become a regular thing. We are close enough to plantations such as the Laura, Houmas House, Madewood, Nottaway and Oak Alley that you... More
Hello! There is not a formal offering such as you inquire, but it's possible that this may become a regular thing. We are close enough to plantations such as the Laura, Houmas House, Madewood, Nottaway and Oak Alley that you could select two and make a day of it.
And yes, there are quite a few restaurants, even at least three within EASY walking distance...two of which are white tablecloth fine dining restaurants.
I hope you'll make a visit. There is actually a lot to see and do here!
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"Old fashioned elevator allows access to 2nd floor rooms"