Experience southern charm at bed and breakfasts in Louisiana--ranging from charming country cottages to funky and colorful city residences. No place is quite the same: whether you prefer the lush rural regions near the state’s northern borders, or the vibrant fun of a historic Victorian in New Orleans, you’ll be able to sample the wonders of the state.
Stay in a historic bed and breakfast with affordable rates while visiting the Crescent City for pleasure or business! The Canal Street Inn is the only New Orleans bed and breakfast that has been awarded the prestigious Select Registry Inns Certification. This certification means the Inn maintains the highest quality guest satisfaction, customer service, site management, and foodservice. The inn is located in the historic Mid-City neighborhood on the world-famous Canal Street, in the heart of the City often referred to as “The Big Easy”, “Crescent City”, or “NOLA”. Stay in a historic bed and breakfast with affordable rates while visiting the Crescent City for pleasure or business! The Canal Street Inn is the only New Orleans bed and breakfast that has been awarded the prestigious Select Registry Inns Certification. This certification means the Inn maintains the highest quality guest satisfaction, customer service, site management, and food service. The inn is located in the historic Mid-City neighborhood on the world famous Canal Street, in the heart of the City often referred to as “The Big Easy”, “Crescent City”, or “NOLA”.
You belong here. La Belle Esplanade has been ranked the #1 B&B in New Orleans since April 2014 (and #2 B&B in the U.S. and #16 in the world). Located in a colorful and quirky mansion on a historic street. Our neighborhood is close to the tourist must-sees, but it is in an authentic New Orleans neighborhood of its own, home to small family-run museums, nationally famous restaurants, and local hangouts. The New Orleans Museum of Art, Frenchmen Street, and the French Quarter are a 20-minute stroll away. There are 70 restaurants within a mile radius from our address, most of them closer than that. Some of them are nationally famous and some of them are just for those of us who are in the know. You can be in the know, too. Read the blog on our website, often called, "The Best-Written Blog in New Orleans," and follow us on Facebook to keep yourself in a New Orleans state of mind. When you are ready to discover what it means to fall in love with the real New Orleans, you know where to find us. We're here for you.
At Maison D’Memoire Bed & Breakfast Cottages of Rayne, LA we offer distinctive accommodations with irresistible Cajun charm and ambiance. Our lovely bed and breakfast features private cottages described as tranquil and very romantic. Our delightful guesthouses are located in the heart of “Cajun Country” in Rayne, Louisiana approximately one mile from Interstate 10 and only 15 minutes from Lafayette, Louisiana. Our serene Cajun Country cottages are situated on 20 secluded acres, where the atmosphere is warm and personal and one can count the blessings of a country weekend. Our guesthouses feature a full kitchen, private sitting porch, indoor Jacuzzi for 2 (in some cottages) and we will deliver a delicious full breakfast to your door each morning to enjoy in the privacy of your cottage suite! Our beautiful Rayne, LA bed and breakfast features a special events center, equipped to host gatherings of up to 150 people. Come and celebrate in a picture perfect setting, ideal for small weddings and elopements of up to 12 guests, anniversaries, class reunions and other special events. The peaceful surroundings provide a picturesque location for times long remembered; one of those rare places that seem to have it all. We look forward to welcoming you to our charming Lafayette Louisiana bed and breakfast!
Tucked into south Baton Rouge’s charming tree-lined neighborhoods, The Stockade Bed and Breakfast offers welcoming inn accommodations to guests from all around the world. Our licensed and inspected bed and breakfast is named after the Civil War stockade that occupied the grounds and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Our large, Hacienda-style house offers five main-house accommodation options: four spacious guest rooms and one two-bedroom suite, each with a private bath and original artwork adorning the walls. Guests rave about our homemade gourmet breakfasts, included in your stay. The Stockade Bed and Breakfast’s generous grounds are certified by the National Wildlife Federation as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat. They offer great scenic views for nature lovers and bird watchers. The inn’s beautiful main house and gorgeous grounds are popular locations for events of all kinds: intimate weddings, bridal and baby showers, small gallery shows, and exclusive gatherings and retreats. We offer a unique ambiance that combines history, nature and warm hospitality unlike any other. Come experience the finest in Southern bed and breakfast lodging at The Stockade Bed and Breakfast. Hot breakfast is served from 7:00-9:00 a.m. during the week and at 9:00 a.m. on weekends. A continental self-serve breakfast is also available at all times.
Bienvenue! Welcome to John LaFleur’s Louisiana Creole Guesthouse in historic Washington, Louisiana! Yes, we speak French, here, too! Once the home of Governor Jean-Batiste LeMoyne Sieur de Bienville's high interpreter's son-Jean-Batiste Andre' LaFleur, ancestor to Chef John-the house is a tri-plex Creole cottage w/ center hall. It is surrounded by private gardens and an ornamental circular pond. Elegant French doors, hardwood floors, board & baton shutters w/ cast iron hinging, chair rails and beamed ceilings from which hang elegant chandeliers offers only 3 well-appointed bedrooms w/ private baths.
Slidell hotel located in a quiet alcove surrounded by nature and nestled under a canopy of century old Live Oak Trees. Some think of us as a Boutique Hotel. Some say we are a Resort. We just call ourselves a B&B. We're located in a peaceful haven on the outskirts of Slidell, Louisiana that gives the feeling of being removed from life's hustle and bustle world. It's hard to believe you are approximately 35 minutes from the New Orleans French Quarter or Mississippi Gulf Coast beaches, making Woodridge B&B the perfect spot to explore Southeast Louisiana and Southern Mississippi.
Conveniently located on the St. Charles Avenue Streetcar Line, the Parkview Guest House offers timeless charm, a beautiful setting, and attentive staff to guests visiting New Orleans. Relax and enjoy our spacious, elegant guest rooms with wireless internet, cable TV, private baths and private balconies overlooking Audubon Park or St. Charles Avenue. Awake to a generous continental breakfast before heading out to explore the town.
Edgewood Plantation aka Baughman House was built in 1902 by Jefferson Davis Baughman. It is a Queen Anne victorian style home with a bell tower and/or turrant nestled on eight plus acres among many beautiful towering trees. Its significant period was 1900-1924 and it is registered with the National Register of Historic Places. The home is located one mile west of Farmerville, Louisiana on Hwy. 2. The home originally had 13 rooms with high ceilings and hardwood floors, with beautiful crown molding detail.
This Covington bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Louisiana. Enjoy continental breakfast in our comfortable room tastefully decorated for your relaxation. Our BnB in Covington provide wifi access throughout the property, free parking. An extremely comfortable, have a wonderful historic flavor yet are not fussy or overdone without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next great escape in Covington, Louisiana.
In New Orleans, LA La Maison Marigny Bed and Breakfast is located on Bourbon Street, and provides the perfect accommodations for travelers coming to visit the world-famous French Quarter and the jazz-heavy Frenchmen Street and the Faubourg Marigny. All rooms have queen beds with private bath, high-speed wireless internet and a host of other amenities.
This New Orleans, LA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Louisiana. Enjoy a full breakfast, and Hairdryer, and Alarm Clock. Our bnb in New Orleans provides Bath Amenities and the Daily Housekeeping without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in New Orleans, Louisiana.
This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is located on historic Magazine Street in the heart of the Big Easy. The Terrell House offers 8 luxurious guestrooms and suites - 4 in the Main House and 4 in the Carriage House. All rooms have private baths, cable TV, and free WiFi. We specialize in intimate weddings - please contact us for details. 97% positive rating on TripAdvisor.com - recipient of the Certificate of Excellence for 2013.
The convenient location of our New Orleans, LA Bed and Breakfast is one of its greatest attributes. Nestled under the shady oaks of majestic St. Charles Avenue, the renovated historic mansion is the picture of New Orleans. Lovingly restored to its former glory and decorated with period furnishings, our historic New Orleans inn welcomes you to a majestic past within the comfort and convenience of a modern lodging property. Each room at our NOLA B&B has a private bath, personal central air & heat controls, telephone with voicemail, Cable TV and complimentary Wi-Fi. There’s an old expression, “Any excuse for a party.” In Louisiana, we live up to this expression. Many of the festivals are year-round and perfect for a day-trip from the Grand Victorian. We are located less than 15 minutes from the Superdome, the New Orleans Convention Center, New Orleans Museum of Art, the world-famous French Quarter, Jackson Square, Magazine Street Shopping District, Audubon Park (Zoo), Aquarium of the Americas, National World War II Museum and Tulane & Loyola Universities. Step out our front door, onto the Avenue and into the Historic Garden District. We look forward to your visit!
This Natchitoches, LA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Louisiana. Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast, WIFI, LCD Flat Screen TV, Telephone with voicemail, In-room safe, Mini-refrigerator with complimentary bottled water, Microwave, Coffeemaker, Iron and Ironing board. Our bnb in Natchitoches provides a private bath and luxurious bathrobes without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next tranquil escape in Natchitoches, Louisiana.
Welcome to the Devereaux Shields House, a beautiful bed and breakfast just steps from historic downtown Natchez, Mississippi. This B&B is listed on the National Historic Register for significant homes. Our Natchez inn includes two properties: the elegant 1893 Queen Anne Victorian main house, and the charming 1873 Victorian Aunt Clara’s Cottage. The Devereaux Shields House now features 6 rooms: two beautifully appointed suites in the main house and 4 spacious rooms in the cottage with heart pine floors and a large veranda. Guests will enjoy an amazing breakfast each morning and relaxing in our lovely gardens. The cottage also offers pet-friendly rooms. Colonel and Mrs. Devereaux Shields are believed to have built the Queen Anne Victorian-style home in Natchez, MS between 1893 and 1900. Colonel Shields was a veteran and hero for his exploits in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War in the late 19th Century. Our homes are just a few blocks from the 200-foot-high Natchez Bluffs, which offers a stunning view of the Mississippi River for several miles in both directions.
This Natchez, MS bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Mississippi. Enjoy a Classic Southern breakfast, and Private baths with marble showers, and Off street parking. Our bnb in Natchez provides Special rates for extended stays without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Natchez, Mississippi.
Chateau Blessey offers guests the opportunity to enjoy Southern hospitality with a French flair, gourmet breakfast featuring local produce, seafood, and evenings watching the beautiful sunsets from the porch over-looking the Gulf of Mexico. The in-house gallery features works by local artists from the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
This Natchez, MS bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Mississippi. Enjoy a breakfast to be served in your room, and each room has a King bed, brand new tile bathrooms, comfortable sitting space for in-room relaxation, smart TVs, fine linens and ample pillows. Our bnb in Natchez provides daily maid service (service is included in the room rate and available upon request) and the large luxurious rooms were designed with a combined focus to blend modern comfort and historic charm without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next sweet escape in Natchez, Mississippi.
This Natchez, MS bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Mississippi. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast, and Free Wi-Fi, and Cable TV. Our bnb in Natchez provides Private Adjoining Baths and Clean White Cotton Bedspreads without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next historic escape in Natchez, Mississippi.
This Natchez, MI bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Mississippi. Enjoy a hot southern-style breakfast, and the rooms with the modern-day amenities yet keep that historical charm with hand-selected antiques. Our bnb in Natchez provides TV, Wifi, iron, blow dryers, full bath without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next wonderful escape in Natchez, Mississippi.
Innkeepers do not increase prices on bnbfinder to cover their costs because we are a commission-free site.
Innkeepers display more room availability because you book direct with the property and we do not charge booking fees.
Sweet dreams knowing you get the best rate, pay no fees and are supporting small business.
When you stay in a Louisiana bed and breakfast, you can expect to meet friendly innkeepers, explore a rich natural landscape, and enjoy Southern delicacies--all in a single night.
Louisiana’s coastal regions are known for their bayous and flora--perfect for a romantic getaway, or a busy trip for lovers of the outdoors. For those seeking to stay in New Orleans, a variety of bed and breakfasts are tucked into the city’s most exciting streets and districts. Visitors can opt to stay in a restored mansion within the historic district, or spend the night at a bed and breakfast close to the city’s main attractions--the bustling French Quarter, bar-packed Bourbon Street. A trip to New Orleans is perfect to celebrate Mardi Gras in unforgettable style. Urban Louisiana fun also awaits in the cities of Lafayette and Baton Rouge, where cultural attractions and famed nightlife make for the ideal vacation.
Visitors to Louisiana can expect to sample delicious and diverse cuisines while there. Cajun cuisine-- named after a French-speaking Canadian culture--is ubiquitous in New Orleans. This style of cooking incorporates West African, French, and Spanish techniques; guests can often find it cooked fresh from locally available ingredients. They can expect “three pot” meals--one main dish, one steamed rice or seafood, and the third vegetables. Cajun cuisine often includes crawfish, shrimp, and sausage, along with the “trinity” of vegetable ingredients: green pepper, onion, and celery.
Creole cuisine is also a famed staple of the Louisiana dining scene. It originated in the state, and blends West African, Spanish, French, and Amerindian cooking elements, making it a key part of southern cuisine more generally. Guests can enjoy Creole dishes such as jambalaya, a dish consisting of meat or seafood and vegetables mixed with rice, and prepared fresh in signature Louisiana Creole style.
Louisiana is known for its flora and fauna--the state’s coastal regions were shaped by the course of the Mississippi River, which carved out sprawling deltas and enormous areas of swamp and coastal march. These regions are crowded with distinctive animals and plants, from swamp birds like egrets to paddlefish and tree frogs. Other natural features in the state include rare flowers, stretches of longleaf pine forest, and rippling savannas. Salt domes, including a famed one in Avery Island, Louisiana, exist throughout the state; they formed as a result of evaporation from the Gulf of Mexico, which borders the state along its southern edge.
The weather in Louisiana is generally warm, particularly during the longer summer months, with short and mild winters. The region receives higher rainfall than most other parts of the country, with a “wet season” spanning from April to September. Southern Louisiana in particular experiences famed humidity and heat. The state is also affected by hurricanes, including the famously devastating Hurricane Katrina, from which the city of New Orleans is still rebuilding.
The state of Louisiana has a rich multicultural heritage. It is the site of the country’s first burial mounds, created by Native Americans who dwelled in the region for millenia. In the seventeenth century, the state was a colony of the French and the Spanish. It became the seat of the southern slave trade; those looking to learn more about the history of American slavery can find educational museums in New Orleans and other areas in the state.
The region has been shaped by its coastal weather and by its eighteenth-century legacy of diverse cultures mingling. A stroll down one street in New Orleans might evince the blend of cultural backgrounds that has changed the state’s settlement patterns, its music and its food, including French, Haitian, Spanish, African, and Native American heritages.
These historical influences contribute to the highly multilingual environment to be found in modern Louisiana. In New Orleans, for example, visitors can find Spanish Creole architecture alongside historic French buildings.
Louisiana features a wide array of recreational activities--from nature tours to nightlife options, from distinct cuisine options to large state parks.
Visitors to Louisiana can book swamp tours to explore the coastal region from the water, glimpsing alligators, herons, rare plants and an enormous variety of marine life. State parks offer hiking options that will plunge visitors into a natural world of greenery.
The city of Shreveport is a Louisiana gem, featuring cultural festivals and fine dining options for visitors. It sits next to a swamp--famed for its alligators--and offers a relaxed option to explore the state from. St. Francisville, a popular city for visitors located in West Feliciana Parish, an area of plantation country, is known for its history and wildlife. Natchitoches is another key Louisiana destination. It overlaps with the National Historical Park and is rife with historic landmarks, from a cathedral with famous stained-glass to an eighteenth-century general store and rows of French Creole townhouses. For sports fans, a trip to Baton Rouge complements game day, when the LSU Tigers take to the field and tailgates abound.
New Orleans is known worldwide for its exuberant Mardi Gras celebrations, and the city also features a diverse array of dining options for visitors to sample the cuisines of Cajun Country. New Orleans nightlife offers an unforgettable experience; guests can taste Louisiana whiskeys and enjoy musical performances.
Louisiana features a wealth of recreational activities. Visitors can go for hikes in the state’s national parks, and they can enjoy speedboat tours of the marsh, possibly catching glimpses of alligators sunning themselves in the rivers.
The state’s cities are generally known for their busy nightlife, the range of southern cuisines, and the entertainment possibilities in bars, theaters, and clubs. In New Orleans, the historic French Quarter is the site of musical performances and numerous historic buildings, making it a can’t-miss destination for visitors to the area. Across town, the upscale Canal Street presents an array of shopping and entertainment venues. The Garden District is also a popular destination for visitors; its avenues are shaded by oaks and feature ornate homes of varying sizes, cultivated gardens, and a nineteenth-century cemetery, as well as antique shops and boutiques that line the Mardi Gras parade route.
In addition, visitors to the state would do well to visit the bustling cities of Baton Rouge and Lafayette, as well as the smaller, charming towns of Breaux Bridge and Covington. In each of these destinations, dining and shopping options await alongside natural beauty and an array of museums.
In the typical Louisiana bed and breakfast, guests can expect a full range of amenities. These include free WiFi and cable in in-room televisions. Bed and breakfasts include full kitchens, and many guestrooms come with a private bath--Jacuzzi tubs are common--that is connected to the main room. Many bed and breakfasts also feature charming details, from local artwork and specialty soaps to fresh linens. Guests can expect home-cooked meals, from innkeepers who provide recommendations for local activities and hidden gems--along with recipes to take Louisiana cuisine home.
Guests to Louisiana bed and breakfasts can trade the impersonal atmosphere of a chain hotel for a quaint guesthouse. With friendly and welcoming innkeepers--embodying southern hospitality--and charming interiors, Louisiana bed and breakfasts are ideal for a weekend getaway. Quaint breakfast inns make popular locations for romantic trips or girls’ nights out, whether in the heart of New Orleans or the relaxed atmosphere of a quieter town. Guests can check in to an unforgettable home that allows them to experience what the state has to offer while comfortable.
When staying in a city--including New Orleans, Lafayette and Baton Rouge-visitors have access to well-developed public transportation systems, including buses. Louisiana bed and breakfasts are often located close to tourist attractions--from the French Quarter to the Garden District and urban historic districts--so guests to these homes will find attractions within walking distance. Ride-sharing and rental cars are accessible from these major cities as well as smaller towns throughout the state. Louisiana also has three international airports, in the cities of Alexandria, Lake Charles and New Orleans.
Louisiana features many different types of bed and breakfasts. La Belle Esplanade--ranked the #2 bed and breakfast in the country and the best bed and breakfast in Louisiana--is a quirky and colorful mansion on a historic street in New Orleans. The home is located close to the major city must-sees while also providing access to a quaint and quiet neighborhood rich with city culture. For a more rural and charming option, the Maison D’Memoire bed and breakfast in Rayne, Louisiana offers a Cajun ambience--and Cajun food--on twenty acres of private land, making it a good option for a secluded and romantic bed and breakfast in Louisiana.
Guests can also stay in plantation bed and breakfasts in Louisiana, such as the Butler Greenwood Plantation B&B, located in St. Francisville. It offers cottages with porches overlooking a pond, barbecue grills, and four-poster beds, among other amenities.
Haunted bed and breakfasts are also popular in the state, along with Victorian bed and breakfasts, cottages, and historic, restored mansions. Stay in a bed and breakfast in south Louisiana to experience urban activity and natural sights--the Pierre Coulon Guest House in New Orleans, for example, offers a private apartment in a vibrant quarter that works well as a base for sightseeing or part of a larger trip around the state.