Historic Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Inns

1743

1 The Audubon Cottages French Quarter
— New Orleans, LA 1743

1780

2 Hotel Saint Pierre
— New Orleans, LA 1780
Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Contains a collection of 18th-century Creole cottages, many dating from the 1780s. The Hotel includes the Gabriel Peyroux House which was erected... Read More

1795

3 Butler Greenwood Plantation
— Saint Francisville, LA 1795
Seven historic plantations are located within 10 miles. Read More

1796

4 Myrtles Plantation
— Saint Francisville, LA 1796

1798

5 The House on Bayou Road
— New Orleans, LA 1798

1800

6 Nine-O-Five Royal Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1800
7 Auld's Sweetolive B&B
— New Orleans, LA 1800
8 French Quarter Guest Houses
— New Orleans, LA 1800
Old World European Style, 1800's Creole Cottage, French Quarter Architecture. Read More

1809

9 Barrow House Inn
— Saint Francisville, LA 1809

1816

10 Cornstalk Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1816
This was the early 1800s residence of Judge Francois Xavier-Martin, first Chief Justice of the Louisiana Supreme court and author of the first history of Louisiana. Read More

1820

11 Jazz Quarters
— New Orleans, LA 1820
12 Biscuit Palace Guesthouse
— New Orleans, LA 1820
Creole Mansion was built 1820 as the law office and home of Christian Rosaleus, founder of Tulane Law School. S. when the South seceded from the union. He was also a close friend of Gen. Read More

1822

13 1822 Bougainvillea House
— New Orleans, LA 1822

1825

14 Old Castillo B&B
— Saint Martinville, LA 1825

1830

15 The Gentry House Bed & Breakfast

— New Orleans, LA 1830
16 Tante Huppe Inn Bed & Breakfast
— Natchitoches, LA 1830
Still owned and operated by the same family that built the home in 1830. Read More
17 Soniat House Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1830
18 Lamothe House
— New Orleans, LA 1830
National Register. Read More

1834

19 Woodland Plantation
— Myrtle Grove, LA 1834
Featured on the label of Southern Comfort Liquor. Occupied by Union Troops during the Civil War. Only plantation with brick slave quarters, only remaining plantation in the Deep Delta south of New... Read More

1835

20 Pointe Coupee B&B (Samson-Claiborne House)
— New Roads, LA 1835

1836

21 Inglewood Plantation
— Alexandria, LA 1836
22 Milbank
— Jackson, LA 1836
23 Sun Oak Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1836
The edge of the French Quarter is five minutes from the historic Sun Oak, and the inn itself is located in a local and national historic district. Read More

1837

24 Bocage Plantation
— Darrow, LA 1837
Bocage Plantation was a wedding gift from St. James Parish planter Marius Pons Bringier to his eldest daughter, Francoise "Fanny" Bringier (just 14 years old), upon the occasion of her marriage to... Read More

1838

25 Levy-East House B&B
— Natchitoches, LA 1838

1839

26 Monrose Row Bed & Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1839

1840

27 New Orleans Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1840
28 Shadetree
— Saint Francisville, LA 1840

1841

29 Fairchild House
— New Orleans, LA 1841
30 The Green House Inn
— New Orleans, LA 1841

1846

31 Madewood Plantation House
— Napoleonville, LA 1846
1840s Greek Revival Mansion built for the Thomas Pugh family and designed by Henry Howard. Read More
32 Rathbone Mansions
— New Orleans, LA 1846

1848

33 Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1848

1849

34 Creole Gardens Guesthouse Bed & Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1849
A Henry Howard-designed Antebellum Mansion. Read More
35 Lafitte Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1849

1850

36 1890 St. Charles Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1850
37 Maison D'Memoire B&B Cottages
— Rayne, LA 1850

1852

38 Degas House
— New Orleans, LA 1852
Degas House, home to Edgar's maternal family, the Mussons, sits in the heart of historic Esplanade Avenue. Read More

1854

39 Grenoble House
— New Orleans, LA 1854

1857

40 Magnolia Mansion
— New Orleans, LA 1857
Historically Known as the Harris Maginnis House. Designed and built by James Calrow in 1857-58 who is the same architect who designed and built the home that Anne Rice currently lives in around the... Read More

1858

41 Terrell House

— New Orleans, LA 1858
The house was built in 1858 and retains its original plaster moldings, medallions, marble fireplaces, heart pine flooring, mahogany staircase, ornate cast iron balconies, etc. Read More
42 Cotton Brokers’ Houses: Benachi House and Esplanade Villa
— New Orleans, LA 1858
Quintessential old New Orleans- award-winning restorations of 19th-century Greek Revival and Italianate homes in the Esplanade Ridge National Historic District. Read More
43 La Maison a’l’Avenue Jackson
— New Orleans, LA 1858
The Garden District is only two blocks away and guests can take the St. Charles streetcar into the historic French Quarter or the Warehouse District. Read More

1860

44 Maison Des Amis
— Breaux Bridge, LA 1860
Oldest historic structure in Breaux Bridge Read More
45 Andrew Jackson Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1860
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located on the site of the famous courthouse where Major General Andrew Jackson was indicted and held for contempt of court and charged with... Read More
46 Maison de Macarty
— New Orleans, LA 1860

1861

47 St. Vincent Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1861
It is deeply associated with Margaret Haughery, the famous Irish emigre, who was an extremely successful business woman. Read More

1865

48 HH Whitney House on the Historic Esplanade

— New Orleans, LA 1865
49 Mc Kendrick-Breaux House
— New Orleans, LA 1865

1869

50 Fairmount Plantation
— Colfax, LA 1869
Built in 1869, original plantation home. Read More
51 Chez Palmiers Bed and Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1869

1870

52 1870 Banana Courtyard French Quarter/New Orleans B&B
— New Orleans, LA 1870
In late 1800s, a bordello that catered to society's elite & politicians. One of the first side halls, Creole cottages. Read More

1876

53 The Victorian Guesthouse
— New Orleans, LA 1876

1880

54 T'Frere House & Garconniere
— Lafayette, LA 1880
55 St. Francisville Inn
— Saint Francisville, LA 1880

1883

56 Columns Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1883
Garden District (one-half mile), aquarium (two miles), zoo (one-half mile), universities (one-half mile), French Quarter (two miles on streetcar). Read More

1884

57 Park View Guest House
— New Orleans, LA 1884
58 The Melrose Mansion
— New Orleans, LA 1884

1889

59 Cozy Corner Guest House
— Mandeville, LA 1889

1890

60 The Burgundy Bed and Breakfast

— New Orleans, LA 1890
Historic neighborhood (Faubourg Marigny), historic house with original details (Victorian, Eastlake). Read More
61 The Queen Anne Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1890
62 Sully Mansion - Garden District
— New Orleans, LA 1890
Sully Mansion was designed by renowned architect Thomas Sully in 1890 for the Rayne Family. Read More
63 Garden District B&B
— New Orleans, LA 1890
It was once a bordello. Read More
64 Fairfield Place
— Shreveport, LA 1890

1891

65 Trail's End Bed & Breakfast
— Mandeville, LA 1891
66 Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1891
1891 Thomas Sully designed Queen Anne Mansion. Read More

1892

67 Maison Perrier B&B
— New Orleans, LA 1892
Built in 1892, renovated maintaining all original architectural details including cypress doors, hardwood floors, transoms and original tiles in fireplaces. Read More

1893

68 Grand Victorian Bed & Breakfast

— New Orleans, LA 1893

1896

69 1896 O'Malley House
— New Orleans, LA 1896

1897

70 The Frenchmen Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1897

1898

71 Maison Louisiane Historic Bed & Breakfast
— Natchitoches, LA 1898
72 La Maison Marigny
— New Orleans, LA 1898

1899

73 Sweet Cane Inn
— Natchitoches, LA 1899
Victorian Style home built in the late 1800s. It features 3 unique balconies, a set of servant stairs and 9 stained-glass windows. Read More

1900

74 Mandevilla Bed and Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1900

1903

75 Crawfish Haven/Mrs. Rose's Bed and Breakfast
— Kaplan, LA 1903

1904

76 La Caboose B&B
— Sunset, LA 1904

1905

77 Queen Anne B&B
— Natchitoches, LA 1905
78 2439 Fairfield, A Bed & Breakfast
— Shreveport, LA 1905

1906

79 Beau Sejour
— New Orleans, LA 1906
80 Yellow Pine Inn
— Sibley, LA 1906
One of only 2 buildings left of the Yellow Pine community which was built by the Globe Lumber Company. The church is still active and the Yellow Pine Inn was once the schoolhouse, voting site, and... Read More

1907

81 Le Pavillon Hotel
— New Orleans, LA 1907

1910

82 Southern Comfort Bed & Breakfast
— New Orleans, LA 1910
83 Rose Manor Bed & Breakfast Inn
— New Orleans, LA 1910

1912

84 Judge Porter House B&B
— Natchitoches, LA 1912

1920

85 The Rusca House
— Natchitoches, LA 1920

1930

86 New Orleans Bed & Breakfast and Accomodations
— New Orleans, LA 1930

1934

87 Log Cabin on Cane River Guest House
— Natchitoches, LA 1934
Built in 1934 as a writer's cottage. Read More

1936

88 Grand Bayou Noir
— Houma, LA 1936