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If you haven’t made travel plans for this summer yet, I suggest you take a look at Ascension Parish, Louisiana. We have several great attractions, from historic antebellum plantations to Cajun festivals and authentic Louisiana cuisine.
If you do decide to pay us a visit down here in Plantation Country, I have the perfect place for you to stay. The Cajun Village Cottages, tucked back in the woods next to The Cajun Village, is a cozy and quiet bed and breakfast that is centrally located all the things to do and see in our parish (it’s also right in the middle between New Orleans and Baton Rouge).
The Cajun Village Cottages include eight Acadian-style shotgun houses dating back to around 1900. They were found and saved from near the historic area of downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana known as Spanish Town and moved to their serene surroundings in Sorrento, Louisiana. Restored with original wooden floors and decorated with authentic antiques, each Cajun country cottage has its own distinct furnishings and ambiance.
Choose a cabin and give us a call today to make reservations before we book up for the summer season!