Historic Bank/Postal Office/Parish Library, circa 1906 Second Story Apartment-1 bedroom (2 queen beds), sofa sleeper $100.00/night – 2-night minimum stay. Situated along the Lower Atchafalaya River and on the Old Spanish Trail in Patterson Louisiana. Adjacent courtyard available for events. We now disinfect surfaces before each guest arrives. Facebook: Patterson's Nineteen06
“Wonderful host and space. It is gorgeous inside and out!!!! Comfy beds, amazing decor, so much natural light. It worked so well for our wedding weekend stay. The courtyard was a lovely extra touch and amazing to hang out in. Everything available with ease, lights and fountain turn on easily with a switch. Don’t hesitate to book, you will love it!”
Cabin on Bayou Petite Anse is your place to stay for business, family vacations, romantic getaways or simply relaxing watching nature in all its beauty. It is located in the center of Cajun Country and will provide you with all the comforts of home. You will discover deep Louisiana history, delicious authentic Cajun food and hundreds of species of birds, fish and reptiles. This area offers airboat tours, swamp and guided photography tours along with canoe and kayak rentals.
“This is our second time staying at Patti’s and we absolutely love it. My boyfriend and I love how relaxing it is to have the amazing views, lovely nature sounds, and kayaks ready to use. Not only is the cabin decorated nicely, it is also so comfortable and inviting. I’m very picky about cleanliness and I can honestly say that Patti’s place is the cleanest I’ve visited so far. She takes time to sanitize every inch before new visitors and is ready to answer questions and give recommendations. We’re already planning on coming back in the winter and can’t wait. If you’re looking for a place to get away, relax, and connect with nature, this is it!”
Room #1 is one of 3 rooms available here at the Centreville Steamboat Inn and is the only bedroom on the first floor that has a king size bed and lots of very relaxing space. Built in the late 1840s and originally named the Centreville Hotel, the Inn is located on the Historic Old Spanish Trail. Early travelers used the Steamboats to travel the gulf coast and local bayous. They would use the hotel while in the area to visit or to do business with the sugar planters, fur traders, slave traders.
“This hotel is amazing! It was built in the 1840s and yet it is as clean as a hospital. The wood is rich and dark, and Charles has done a wonderful job in placing tasteful art and artifacts around the hotel. The sitting area in the dining room is perfect for reading. I was knocked out by the sense of peace and history that the place exudes. My room on the first floor was as large as it was lovely. (I did have to share a hall bathroom--modern and spotless--with one other guest, but that was no big deal to me.) It's location in Centerville, LA was just what I was looking for. Centerville is a little crossroads community on Bayou Teche (which you can't actually see from the hotel). The location perfectly accentuates the history of hotel. The small grocery store a few doors down is a great place to get simple food and hear some wild South Louisiana accents! There is a bayou nature preserve nearby that is fascinating. The hotel is an hour and a half from New Orleans and is a great place to slip away from the chaos of that wonderful city. For much of the time I was there, I was the only one in the building. Finally, Charles respected my desire to be left alone. I really was looking for a meditative solitary experience. Thanks Charles!”