Rustic Artist's Studio in Poche Bridge, LouisianaBreaux Bridge, Louisiana (United States of America)
Rustic Artist's Studio in Poche Bridge, Louisiana
"Bonne Terre Main House When you turn onto the Road, your first sight will be tranquil oak trees draped with Spanish moss. The main house sits back o…"
This rustic studio cabin is located in Poche Bridge, Louisiana, and can accommodate two guests. There is one bedroom and one bathroom. The sleeping area consists of one full bed, and the bathroom features a pedestal sink, a toilet, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided, as are locally-made soaps and sprays.
In the living area, guests will find a sofa and a Smart TV. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with everything necessary to cook a full meal, as well as all the requisite plates, cutlery, and glassware. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, a DVD library, and a collection of music in both vinyl and CD formats.
Outside, there is a wraparound deck as well as a comfortable outdoor swing.
The studio, built initially as a musician's space, features a walk-around deck and a firepit as well as shaded areas in which guests can enjoy the farm's peaceful, natural serenity. Guests are treated to locally-made soaps and sprays.
- 1 Double bed
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Some spaces are shared
There is a refundable damage deposit of $300 required.
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Location and surroundings
Breaux Bridge, Louisiana (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Wildlife watching
The local area booms with natural living, authentic Cajun cuisine, and a rich, high-quality artisanal culture. Nearby Vermillionville is a living museum of Acadian culture, and the town of Grand Coteau alone has over seventy buildings in a range of styles designated as architecturally significant. Guests can go down the Great Mississippi River Road, a 70-mile long corridor between Baton Rouge and New Orleans, featuring some of the state's prize pearls of Plantation architecture. For those who want to bring a taste of Bonne Terre back home with them, local artisans produce everything from locally-roasted coffee at Rêve Coffee Roasters to handmade soaps from Water Oak Farms to hand-blown glass at Uneek Glass Fashions. For those with a taste for local food, authentic local delights await just in town, whether it be from Glenda's Creole Kitchen or the Joie de Vivre Coffee & Culture Cafe.