Rent The Farm House – in Breaux Bridge
The Farm House at Bonne Terre Louisiana is a fully furnished 2 bedroom, 2 bath 100 year old house that was originally built, in 1929, in New Iberia, Louisiana, and moved to Breaux Bridge in 1998! Our studio, which sleeps 2, is also available.
A Step Back in Time
- No Smoking
- No Children
- No Pets
- Not Wheel Chair accessible
Rental for one to four people. (Four people maximum)
Any guests under 24 need prior approval from the owner.
- 1 Bedroom – Queen bed
- 1 Bedroom – Full bed
- 1 Bathroom – Shower, pedestal sink, toilet
- 1 Bathroom – Tub, pedestal sink, toilet
Linens and towels provided. Guests are treated to locally made artisan-made soaps and sprays. Other amenities include hair dryer, iron/ironing board, chest of drawers, and plenty of closet hanging space.
- Everything needed to create a home-cooked meal.
- Coffee maker, coffee grinder, blender, a wide assortment of dishes, glassware, pots, pans, and utensils, cloth napkins.
- Recycling bins and kitchen compost pail provided.
- Dining room table seats six comfortably.
- Guests are treated to locally roasted Bonne Terre blend Rêve coffee.
The pantry is lightly-stocked with a selection of organic and Fair Trade foods and sundries. There are stores nearby in Poche Bridge and Breaux Bridge, with a larger selection of shops just twenty-minutes away in Lafayette.
- Lovely glass porch and shaded outdoor sitting areas for bird-watching and enjoying the outdoors.
- Back porch with table and two chairs, outside table with four chairs and hammock near our woodlot for relaxing and daydreaming.
- Sofa and comfortable chairs in living room and glass porch.
- Library area with non-functioning fireplace.
- Love-seat in Kitchen.
- Television with local channels and internet.
- An assortment of books, many about and written by Louisiana authors
- Regional magazines
- DVDs and local music
- CD player
Bonne Terre contributes to a healthier planet by utilizing green household products such as energy efficient light bulbs, a programmable thermostat, an Energy Star-rated air conditioner, ceiling fans, energy-efficient windows and eco-friendly cleaning products and laundry detergent. We cultivate an organic garden, tend a small orchard and a flock of free range chickens. Our 10-acre homestead, which includes a two-acre woodlot, is a National Wildlife Federation certified wildlife habitat.
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This house is gorgeous and Jen has thought of everything. From the placement of furniture to make sure that each area is comfortable and welcoming to the amazingly well stocked kitchen with everything you’ll ever need to enjoy feasting during your stay and books, DVDs and anything you’d need to while away the hours relaxing. Her attention to detail extends well beyond the house to the entire property, which is beautiful. Jen is the ultimate hostess who believes in gracious living.
True Southern Hospitality!
The country house at Bonne Terre is an inviting, tranquil and amazingly comfortable home set in the heart of Cajun country. You’ll enjoy the quiet countryside but be within short driving distance of several wonderful cities offering Cajun culture, fabulous dining, wonderful music and some of the friendliest folks on earth. Hostess Jen is so hospitable and will assist with anything you need.
If you’re looking for a comfortable, peaceful getaway, this is the perfect spot. And your hostess couldn’t be any nicer.
Bonne Terre Farm House
When you turn onto Lawless Tauzin Road, your first sight will be tranquil oak trees draped with Spanish moss. The Bonne Terre farm house sits back off of the road nestled in a grove of trees. The house itself is well adorned with everything a vacationer might need. If there’s anything you’ve forgotten or are missing, Jennifer is a quick phone call or text away, happy to help.
The house is a spacious two bedroom, two bath with a dining room and a kitchen pleasing to any home chef. The fridge was stocked with a breakfast items, half n half for our coffee and assorted soft drinks. The beds are comfy and towels are plush. The hardwood floors reminded me of my grandfather’s house, softly creaking as you walk….bringing back loving memories of years gone by. At the front of the house is a sun room with screened windows and a view of animals on the property: horses, goats, chickens and a cow. It’s such a peaceful place to sip your morning coffee (Jennifer brought us fresh coffee beans from a local shop) or afternoon glass of wine. The open back porch has a lovely morning breeze and there is a hammock, tire swing and traditional swing hanging from trees in the back yard.