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Plantation Country Inns

Located in the Southeastern region of the state is Louisiana’s gem – Plantation Country. You’ll travel back in time as you discover the Atchafalaya Basin and the rolling hills of St. Francisville. The Bed and Breakfasts of the Louisiana’s Plantation Country offer their visitors a unique glimpse into the past of these spectacular mansions. Some are even reputed to be haunted! Come discover how life played out in these spellbinding settings- hear the tales of civil war life, the star-crossed lovers, and the weary battle soldiers. Let their ghosts remind you of a time long forgotten. Take a tour of Oak Alley – a most photographed plantation – or Nottoway Plantation – where the past has been forever lovingly preserved. Many of the old plantations provide bed and breakfast and other unique lodging experiences for the adventurous traveler.

And, of course, your visit to Plantation Country would not be complete without a visit to the state’s capitol, Baton Rouge. The 34-floor state capitol building boasts the largest in the nation with its 150-year-old gothic style edifice situated on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River. Lastly, just to spice things up, head to the Bluebonnet Swamp Nature Center or the Alligator Bayou for a little wildlife flavor! So come stay awhile at a Plantation Country Bed and Breakfast in Louisiana.

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  • St. Gemma de Beauvais
  • (225) 721-1514
  • 4302 Quiet Lane, Ethel, LA  70730
  • A French Colonial Antebellum style family home with spacious rooms located on 56 peaceful, secluded acres including a 3 acre stocked pond.
  • Cajun Village Cottages
  • (225) 715-6060
  • Highway 22, Sorrento, LA  70778
  • The Cajun Village Cottages include 8 Acadian-style shot gun houses dating back to around 1900
  • Auberge Du Chene Vert
  • (225) 206-0303
  • 2794 Highway 44, Paulina, LA  70763
  • Auberge Du Chene Vert (O-bare-ge doo shen vert) sits under live oak trees on five acres along the historic River Road on the east bank of the Mississippi River in Plantation country.
  • Bocage Plantation
  • (225) 588-8000
  • 39050 Highway 942, Darrow, LA  70725
  • Built in 1837 and noted as the finest example of American Greek Revival architecture in the nation, Bocage has recently opened to the public for the first time.
  • Old Centenary Inn
  • (225) 634-5050
  • 1740 Highway 10, Jackson, LA  70748
  • Old Centenary Inn offers the perfect escape to the relaxing small town atmosphere in historic Jackson, LA, in the heart of the Felicianas.