Gorgeous house and spacious gorgeous rooms. Outstanding grounds surround property. Wonderful hosts-Eva and Seth. Excellent breakfast and conversation. Outstanding jewel!
Staff was very welcoming, I arrived late at night after a 13 hour drive, received great customer service, I would deff return.
It is a convenient and clean spot for viewing Poverty Point site which is worth seeing.
It was very clean and comfortable. I didn’t like that Expedia lists the hotel as having free breakfast. Free breakfast included two free sandwiches at McDonald’s. We are a family of five.
Over all our stay was good. It’s an older motel but is in decent shape for the money. It was clean and I didn’t see the first bug.
Very clean and nice accommodations. Great view with convenient boat dock. Looking forward to my next visit.
Ken was a pleasure to meet, very solicitous before and during our stay! We greatly enjoyed our stay, very relaxing! The house is extremely spacious, lots of sitting areas and room to spread out, loved the decor! We enjoyed fishing from the dock, grilling on the patio, learning to play tabletop shuffleboard ...
Continental Breakfast was poor. Coffee cups very small.
The natural environment offers you something that's one-of-a-kind, so walk a while off the beaten path at Poverty Point Reservoir State Park.
It is situated in Tallulah, a trip of 140 miles from Baton Rouge, the state capital.
Within a radius of 3 miles of Poverty Point Reservoir State Park, there is only 1 listed accommodation option. Just 3 miles away, the Best Western Delhi Inn is it.