Blythewood Plantation

During the Spanish rule, 3000 acres of land was granted to Reliegh Self on which the original Blythewood was built before the Civil War, and became a working cotton plantation.

The home was burned and in 1885 Daniel Hardy Sanders rebuilt Blythewood in all of its original splendor. It took three years to complete this 18-room Colonial Revival Style Mansion. The architects were Drake & Anderson of New York. John James Dalstrom of New Orleans was the contractor.

Blythewood not only is open for tours but also hosts Bed and Breakfasts (by appointment), weddings & receptions, luncheons, candlelit dinners, parties, retreats and more!

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Location

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Latitude: 30.731083 Longitude: -90.49942 Elevation: 117 ft
the best travel advice comes from the people who live here
Emily McKneely

Number of Persons Property Will Accommodate

1-200 for special events, 7 bedrooms serve for bed and breakfast

Property Access

Blythewood Plantation is easily accessible via a major highway and a smaller, paved road through Amite, LA.

Warming Source

Electric Heater

Kitchen Supplies Available (if any)

Fully equipped kitchen on-site which guests may use.

What to Bring

Nothing additional needed to enjoy your bed and breakfast experience.

Nightly Rate or Fee (if any)

$119 - $279 per night, facility fees for special events vary

Direct Link to Reservation Site

www.blythewood-plantation.com

Accessibility Notes

Property and outdoor areas are accessible.

Pet Friendly Notes

Yes

Seasons Open

Year-round by reservation or appointment

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