8 Beautiful Bed & Breakfasts In Louisiana That Are Overflowing With Charm
By Jackie Ann|Updated on December 05, 2022(Originally published December 03, 2022)
Louisiana native and LSU Alum (Geaux Tigers!), Jackie has lived in Louisiana for over three decades and currently lives in New Orleans. She's been writing for OnlyInYourState since 2016 and can often be found with a coffee at her side, dreaming of her next adventure.
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Why leave the state when there are so many beautiful bed and breakfasts in Louisiana that are just overflowing with charm? Whether you’re looking for just one night of peace and quiet or a relaxing weekend getaway, Louisiana is chock full of incredible bed and breakfasts that would love to host you for a few days. In no particular order, here are some of our favorites. Find the best bed and breakfasts in Louisiana and choose one for your next getaway!
Have you ever stayed at any of these bed and breakfasts? Do you agree that the best bed and breakfasts in Louisiana are on this list? Let us know in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you!
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Does Louisiana have any haunted hotels?
The state is famous for harboring haunted homes and paranormal activity. So, yes, there are haunted hotels in Louisiana including the following:
Le Pavillon Hotel in New Orleans opened its doors in 1907. According to one paranormal investigation team, the site has over 100 spirits inside. One of the most common sights is a ghostly couple from the 1920s seen strolling down the hallway.
The Biscuit Palace in New Orleans fortunately only has a mischievous ghost that will leave drawers and doors open.
Other famous haunted hotels in Louisiana include Nottoway Plantation, Dauphine Orleans Hotel, Hotel Bentley, Hotel Monteleone, Oak Alley Plantation, Omni Royal Orleans Hotel, Ormond Plantation, T'frere's House Bed & Breakfast, and Woodland Plantation.