Bocage Plantation is absolutely magnificent inside and out. When you drive up to our 100-acre plantation, you’ll be in awe of the gorgeous Greek Revival masterpiece designed by renowned architect James Dakin. And when you step through the doors, prepare for your jaw to hit the floor as you admire all of the exquisite, authentic antique furniture and accessories. Simply put, you’ll be staying in the lap of luxury, but the best part is you’ll always feel completely comfortable and totally at home because it’s important to us that Bocage Plantation feels welcoming and not at all stuffy, unlike some other fine bed and breakfast establishments.
As soon as you step into our historic plantation home, you’ll be greeted by Roberto, Amy, and maybe even some of the friendly pets of Bocage. We’ll guide you to your room, and you’ll be served with a plate of hors d’oeuvres and some wine upon your arrival, helping you slip away from the worries of the world so you can fully relax and enjoy your stay.
Many of our guests comment to us how much they enjoy just chatting with Roberto and Amy during their visit. The two are always eager to show you around the historic home, discuss the fascinating history of Bocage Plantation, answer any questions you might have, and just chat like old friends. They are also full of suggestions for local attractions and great places to eat.
Take a look at what Austin L. had to say about his anniversary trip to Bocage Plantation with his wife:
“Roberto immediately made us feel at home. We put our bags down in the Colombe Blue room, admired the furnishings and settled into the rocking chairs on the veranda. We soon met Amy who brought us a nice plate of hors d’oeuvres and poured us some wine. We also became acquainted with pets of Bocage.
This is where Bocage excels as a destination. Sure the furnishings are gorgeous and the history of the house is interesting, but most importantly, Roberto and Amy (and the dogs and cats) made us feel comfortable and right at home – not stuffy at all (which we were somewhat afraid of). We had planned to tour other plantations in the area during the weekend, but ended up spending all our time at Bocage: touring the grounds, talking with Roberto and Amy about the history of the house and relaxing…
By the end of our stay, not only had we spent a genuinely relaxing weekend at Bocage, but we’d met two new friends in Roberto and Amy. Their warmth, knowledge and friendliness made this such a great experience.”
We love hearing stories like this from our guests, because that’s exactly the type of experience and welcoming atmosphere that we pride ourselves on creating for our visitors. Yes, Bocage Plantation is an undeniably breathtaking and luxurious Louisiana bed and breakfast, but we promise you’ll feel right at home the whole time you’re here.