Arkansas July 16, 2019
Surround Yourself In 5,000 Pecan Trees At This Charming Arkansas Plantation
Tucked in the midst of a spectacular 200-acre pecan orchard is the Charlotte Teresa Plantation. This grand house may not have the extensive history as other plantations, but it certainly isn’t lacking in southern charm. Stay the night at one of their rooms for a refreshing experience.
The Charlotte Teresa Plantation is simply surrounded in southern charm.
The house sits on a sizable orchard with over 5,000 pecan trees. The plantation is surprisingly new, built in 2017 by Billy and Charlotte Wilchman. It's based off of the Oak Alley Plantation in Louisiana. The house features similar grandeur and architectural features like the massive Doric columns.
Address: 131 Alldon Marie Road, Atkins, AR 72823
The property is typically used as a wedding venue but you don't have to be saying "I do" to fall in love with this place.
The plantation is certainly a dream location for photographers and brides-to-be but that's not the end of the Charlotte Teresa's charm. You can have a relaxing getaway at the plantation by staying at one of their two AirBnB rooms.
The Felicity Room and the Destrehan Room have plenty of space for your overnight trip.
Each room has a queen bed and private bath. Since this is a newly constructed building, the rooms also have heating/air, electric fireplace, and wifi. Breakfast is included, too!
The rooms are certainly lovely but you'll probably be spending most of your time exploring.
Take a long walk through the plethora of pecan trees or just sit on the wraparound porch in one of the rocking chairs. If you stay later in the fall you may catch owner, Billy Wilchman, working out in the orchard. During fall (and pecan season) the nuts will be available at the Hillcrest Farmers Market in Little Rock.
This spectacular bed and breakfast will be one of your favorite places to stay in Arkansas.
Two guests can stay in each room for $75/night. For more information on the Felicity, visit
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Before you leave the area be sure to have a bite at this nearby
mom-and-pop cafe. You could also take a day to explore Arkansas’ oldest state park.