Signature service: Horseback-riding lessons
Staff Size: 1 person
Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes
Pro Tip: Please wear or bring long pants, closed toes shoes (boots with heel preferred), and a smile.
The Iron Horse Hotel lodges bed-and-breakfasters within nine rustic rooms that overlook a vibrant garden and the sights of Blackwater. Guests can choose from any of the available, train-named rooms, such as the Southern Belle (a $125 value/night), which boasts a four-post bed, fireplace, and a view of the passing railroad tracks, and the City of New Orleans (a $125 value/night), with exposed brick walls, a private entrance to the gardens, and a portal that connects directly to Bourbon Street. Rooms are valued from $89 per night to $125 per night.
Girls Night: The Musical follows five friends as they celebrate their past, present, and future through a raunchy night of comedic karaoke. The small size of the 408-seat theater guarantees an unobstructed view and ample acoustics as actresses belt out classics such as "I Will Survive," "It's Raining Men," and "We Are Family," evoking nostalgia for decades past better than a ghost eating apple pie. Since the play possesses content similar to an R-rated movie, theatergoers are encouraged to bring guests age 18 or older or a handheld naughty-word filter.
The chefs at Settlers Inn refer to the recipes of yesteryear as they cook up steaks, chicken, and game the old-fashioned way at this cozy restaurant nestled in a log home. Even the desserts, such as cobblers and brownies, taste like they were made with a grandmother's TLC.