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We went into this house and we felt as we were in a museum. Really amazing. Beautiful old rooms. For this "bed" we would give 5 points. Breakfast was minimal and host was not directly hosting because not living in that house but available by...More
Wonderful, homey rooms and a rambling house of Cajun crafts and mementos. Right on the Bayou Teche with great access for kayak or canoe on property and a short walk into town. Mary Linn is a great host and a source of information and advice...More
You will either love or hate Au Bayou Teche. The old house (oldest in Breaux Bridge) has been offering accommodation since the 19th century, and is itself a fascinating building, with a lovely garden reaching down to the brown Bayou Teche. The rooms are spacious...More
After a not so pleasant experience in New Orleans, my boyfriend and I were driving back to Austin and decided to stop a bed and breakfast along the way. After calling several places, we finally found one available, Au Bayou Teche. The host Mary Lynn...More
I booked this online, and upon arrival, actually was some what disappointed in Beau Bridge, it was not the quaint little cajun town I expected, but the Au Bayou Teche Hotel was charming, but should never be called a B&B. Coffee you make yourself and...More