Nottoway Plantation

Is the Nottoway Plantation Haunted?

The Nottoway Plantation is one of the largest plantation houses in the South. Built in 1858-1859, it has 64 rooms and resides on the Mississippi River. The ghost of a coachman is said to still keep watch over the plantation. The story goes, the young slave stayed at his post ensuring the safety of the occupants during a Civil War attack.

The Nottaway’s Ghost Coachman

Guests have heard ringing bells, presumably for the coachman, and other odd experiences. Looking for a haunted plantation to stay in during your Louisiana trip, the plantation is a great bed and breakfast to consider, with luxury accommodations and they even have murder mystery dinners from time to time. Lots of history and if you’re lucky, you’ll see the ghost of the coachman. 

Posted in Bed & Breakfast, Haunted Hotels, Haunted Mansions and Real Haunts

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