Teche B&B in Breaux Bridge Louisiana
Bayou Teche B&B Breaux Bridge Louisiana Bed and Breakfast Lodgings Accommodations
Host: Mary Lynn Chauffe
Address: 205 Washington Street, Breaux Bridge, Louisiana 70517 USA
Telephone: (337) 332-1049
Nearby Attractions: Stroll the quaint downtown streets of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana and you'll find yourself transported back to a time before life became hectic. Down here, neighbors still know you by name. Breaux Bridge is the gateway to authentic Cajun culture in south Louisiana. We have traditional music, world-famous food and a rich history filled with interesting stories. Many local tours and nearby Cajun adventures.
General Information: Welcome to Our Bed and Breakfast, Bayou Teche, formerly known as the "Old City Hotel", located within the Historic District and the oldest structure in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. It has provided bed and board to area residents, guests and drummers (traveling salesmen) since the 1850s.
Situated along the beautiful Bayou Teche in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, our Bed & Breakfast features the following:
Plan to stay here, take the day trips, explore our area and return in the evening to the serenity of this unique Cajun town.
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Amex.
Rooms & Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)
Call Mary Lynn for details.
"It turned out that the Bayou Teche B&B was just around the corner from the Chamber of Commerce and Visitor Center and Bruce and Bev could have easily walked there. So although they didn’t arrive at the correct B&B until later, it was a pleasant mistake. The Bayou Teche B&B, a large old home built in the very early 1800s, is located in an “historical” district in Breaux Bridge. When they got there, no one was in the home. They paged the owner using her phone and she soon arrived. Her name is Mary Lynn. She had restored the home over an eight year period and it was furnished with many unusual and beautiful things, including one hallway of beautiful pictures of birds that nest in nearby Lake Martin. Mary Lynn is an advisory to primary and secondary schools and had a number of interesting Louisiana and Breaux Bridge stories to tell."