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This is a long over due review. I was with a group of six people who stayed here for Mardi Gras. Maggie was gracious and very accommodating. I don't understand some of the bad reviews. Keep in mind the mansion is old but very well...More
On the surface this place is magnificent, but once you start looking closer, you will notice a lack of thorough cleaning. There was trash under the edge of the bed and one of the chairs in my room. The drinking water tank in the dining...More
Magnolia Mansion is simply beautiful. We stayed in a three bedroom suite upstairs (the Vamp's Bordello room, I believe) and loved the aesthetic and overall feel. The staff were incredibly sweet and wonderful and proved to be super helpful. I had arrived with an extra...More
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Response from Mansion2127, Manager at Magnolia MansionResponded 19 January 2018
We greatly appreciate you taking out the time to write us such a nice review. Also, thank you for the constructive criticism, we always like to know what we can improve on. Our ultimate goal is to give our guest a comfortable and unique experience....More
I don't know why this b&b has gotten such bad reviews. Check in was a breeze, we felt very secure as you are behind a locked gate, front door, and room door that all have to have a key for. Breakfast was what we expected...More
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Response from Mansion2127, Manager at Magnolia MansionResponded 13 December 2017
Thank you so much for taking out the time to give us such an amazing review. First things first, I do apologize for the wifi connection. We have been working with and internet company to resolve this issue. We are happy to hear...More
We were so disappointed with the Magnolia Mansion we left after one night. There were a number of problems: the room was not cleaned, we could not control the thermostat ~ too cold at 64 degrees, the wifi did not work, our bed was made...More
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