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Crowley Rice Cottage
Historic Business District
119 E 1st Street
Crowley, LA 70526
Phone: (337) 783-0290
Owner: Ann DelaHoussaye

 
Full Kitchen No Smoking No Pets Children accepted 
This circa 1899 building, one of the oldest wooden structures in Crowley's business district, was originally located directly beside the railroad track. In 1906 the Frisco Railroad Company bought the property of its former location to build its proposed depot. The structure was moved one block to its present location. Throughout the building's existence, several owners and various businesses were housed in the building, including a vegetable market and pharmacy. Some say it served as the railroad station before a permanent station was constructed. In the early 1900's, Crystal Barber Shop occupied the building, remaining so until the 1980's

 http://www.CrowleyRiceCottage.com



La Maison de Marie
24303 Crowley - Eunice Hwy.
Crowley, LA 70526
Phone: (337) 783-3661
Owners: Marjorie & Joseph Krahe

 
2 Beds 2 Baths Outstanding Handicap Accommodations Covered Parking Television Telephone (all local calls & calls within a 40 mile area no charge) No Smoking No Pets 
La Maison de Marie is located in the Cajun Prairie where the Germans and French Canadians "Cajuns" settled several generations ago. La Maison de Marie sets in a beautiful natural setting of majestic tall pines and other trees, azaleas and camellias. Tour the ground or just enjoy the view from spacious decks.




Bob Woods Recycling Facility (Log Cabin B&B)
740 South Main
Church Point, LA 70525
Phone: (337) 684-2942
Owners: Robert & Dot Thibodeaux

 
2 Private Log Cabin Full Kitchen No Smoking No Pets Children accepted 
The cabins are made from 100% recycled lumber. Every piece of wood that comes into their possession has unique characteristics and our carpenters focus on these unique characteristics and bring them out in the form of furniture, and these cabins. Truly a walk into time!




The Seal Guesthouse
125 Seale Lane
Eunice, LA 70525
Phone: (337) 457-3753
Owners: Mark & Jenny Seale

 
Rooms 4 Baths: 4 Children: yes Smoking: no 
Nestled in towering pines. Turn of the century inn featuring spacious antique-filled rooms. Relax in handmade rockers and swing on the wraparound front porch. Full breakfast (weekends.) Continental breakfast (weekdays.)




Maison d'Memoire
8450 Roberts Cove Road
Rayne, LA 70578
Phone: (337) 334-2477
Fax: ( 337) 334-4809
Owners: Lyn & Ken Guidry
E-mail: memoire @iamerica.net

 
2 private guest cottages/Accommodates 4 Full or continental breakfast or design your own full kitchen. Visa & MC accepted No Smoking No pets (boarding available nearby) Jacuzzi Cable television, VCR, telephone 
An Autumn Cottage that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is located in the heart of Rayne, LA. - Frog Capital of the World, accommodates 2 guests.
A Country Garden Cottage built in the mid 1880's features a romantic queen-size bed, as well as, an adjoining room with an alluring Jacuzzi. Enjoy your morning coffee on our back porch in a tranquil country setting that overlooks a beautiful prairie pasture. Accommodates 2-4 guest. Breakfast is delivered to your doorstep where you can enjoy our homemade goodies in the privacy of your own suite. Both cottages have full kitchens.




Maison Daboval
305 East Louisiana Avenue
Rayne, LA 70578
(337) 334-3489
Martha & Gene Royer
 
5 Room 1 Bridal Suite all private bath Full Cajun breakfast Master Card and Visa accepted No Smoking No pets Children accepted Cable Television 
Emile Daboval, the sixth mayor of Rayne, built Maison Daboval in 1892. In 1927.

Mrs. Besse bought the property and it became the Besse Annex. Martha and Gene Royer bought the home in 1994 and restored its original elegance and charm. The home is distinctively furnished with antiques.

 

 

USEFUL INFORMATION

Free Parking all around festival grounds.

PARADES
The Children's Parade is always Friday afternoon and the Grand Parade is Saturday afternoon.

ENTERTAINMENT
There are over 20 acts that will be performing.

 

    International Rice Festival Dance Troupe