Natchitoches is known for being a very nice and quaint place to visit. Since it is known as the oldest permanent settlement in the Louisiana Purchase, it is rich in history. Currently, there are over 15 bed and breakfasts in Natchitoches. Here is a list of some of them.
Samuel Guy House
This Greek Revival home features a stunning porch and seven guest rooms. Presently, each room is decorated with antique and reproduction period furniture. In addition, the southern style breakfast will get you up and running for a great day. It was featured in Southern Living Magazine. Check out more on their website.
Location – 309 Pine St.
Steel Magnolia House
You’ve seen it if you watch the movie, “Steel Magnolias.” Sit on the porch or enjoy the patio or engage with other guests in the parlor. Some of the decorations are original from the 1840s. Did you know that the house originally sat next to the front sidewalk? It was moved to it’s current locations in the early 1900s. Check out more on their website.
Location – 320 Jefferson St.
Relax. Refresh. Renew. This bed and breakfast overlooks the Cane River and Front Street. Choose from one of three rooms including the Treehouse Suite. Andre’s offers those looking for a little privacy a unique option. Check out more on their website.
Location – 612 Williams Ave.
Judge Porter House
Stroll through the impressive gardens as you stay at this Greek Revival style landmark with a Queen Anne influence. Moreover, the two course candlelight breakfast is a feast for the senses. First courses are on the sweeter side while the second course is more savory. Check out more on their website.
Location – 321 2nd St.
Sitting on the banks of the Cane River, this bed and breakfast is conveniently located to historic Front Street and the shops and restaurants along Keyser Avenue. Check out more on their website.
Location – 229 Jefferson St.
All photos courtesy their respective websites. We'll be adding more to this list of bed and breakfasts in Natchitoches soon!