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Seven Oaks Plantation "is an invitation"
to relax and enjoy a touch of the past amid true country elegance. This 10,000 square foot West Indies style home overlooks Lake Pontchartrain, is convenient to the airport and is only twenty minutes from the New Orleans French Quarter.

World famous Architect A. Hays Town designed the home
in the style of a 1795 early Louisiana plantation built during the time of Spanish dominion. Architectural materials used in construction were from the ruins of a Plantation called Seven Oaks and other old buildings. The landscaped gardens include a natural fish pond, a pigeonnaire, an herb garden and not only native Louisiana trees and plants, but other exotic plants as well.

The private, beautifully appointed guest rooms
open onto a very large living room with exposed beams, a fireplace, antiques, Audubon's and a piano. From the living room, guests walk out onto twelve foot galleries where a view of the lake can be enjoyed.

Following early morning coffee, a full Plantation Breakfast is served
and guests can view many species of birds that inhabit the garden. The entire home can be toured where guests enjoy Louisiana Antiques with furniture made by Prudent Mallard and Signoret. Also on display is a collection of old New Orleans Mardi Gras memorabilia including invitations, medals and favors.

 The Southern Hospitality of Seven Oaks will make your visit a warm, pleasant memory.


Seven Oaks Plantation Bed and Breakfast
Henry and Kay Andressen
2600 Gay Lynn Drive
Kenner, Louisiana  70065
(504) 888-8649
Fax (504) 887-8866
Email or call for Reservations


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WebMaster - Contemporary and artistically functional design and construction. 

Seven Oaks Plantation is a New Orleans based award winning Bed & Breakfast located in Kenner, Louisiana 
just twenty minutes from the New Orleans French Quarter and ten minutes from the airport.

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