The CCC Bed and Breakfast was amazing. Off the beaten path yet close to great restaurants and shopping. It was very peaceful. Breakfast was perfect and the cottage was clean. I highly recommend this gem for anyone needing to step back and rejuvenate!
We absolutely loved Cajun Cottages! The breakfast was amazing! We will be staying with them again! Loved feeding the ducks and turtles! It was so quiet and peaceful! Cozy little cottage with plenty of room.
Cajun Country Cottages is a real gem, and we're so glad we found it! This was our second visit to Breaux Bridge, and we decided to try these cottages out. We're so glad we did! The setting is perfect on the little lake, complete with a greeting committee of ducks and the serenity of the waterfront accommodations. We stayed in the Evangeline Cottage which was just lovely. It has two bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, back porch and private dock on the water for sitting and enjoying the view, the wildlife, and the peaceful surroundings. The cottage was clean, cool in the heat, comfortable and well stocked for a short or long stay. We never meet the owners, sadly, in our one night stay — but we will definitely be back for a longer stay in the future. We were on our "moving" trip from Albuquerque to Pensacola, Fl, and Breaux Bridge is right along the way. The perfect stop. Breakfast was delivered to us in the morning as we sat out on the dock with coffee, and it was also lovingly prepared and delivered in a basket. Scrambled eggs and more. Fantastic! Now that we live an easy day trip away, we will be back to enjoy a longer stay before you know it! We also love the town, so find this little gem is perfect. Highly recommended…
We really enjoyed our visit to the Cajun cabins. They were quaint and clean and in quiet surroundings. Dana was a most gracious host. Enjoyed a little fishing and sitting on the pier enjoying the scenery. Breakfast was very good, it exceeded our expectations.
We throughly enjoyed our weekend at The Cajun Cottages. Our stay in The Schoolhouse cabin was a complete delight. This 1830 cabin was charming and clean. I would recommend this lovely little spot for a quiet relaxing vacay. We took a day trip to Avery Island. It a must-see while in the area. It is approximately a 45 minute ride.
We were looking to getaway for a few days and that we did. The stay at the Magenta Cottage far exceeded our expectations. Tranquil and away from it all. Our Host, Dana was kind, friendly and a good cook. We had our first Boyden sliders. Accommodations were comfy and relaxing. A Must Do again.
Beautifully decorated older cabins. Rustic, yet modern amenities. We were on the go a lot and feel we did not take full advantage of the cabin. On the other hand, there were many activities (Cajun Country Swamp Tours!) to enjoy!
We had a wonderful anniversary weekend. Such a pleasant stay. Quaint and peaceful! Delicious breakfast! Lots of Cajun things around! Enjoyed an air boat tour nearby. Paddled in the lake on site. Loved being greater in the morning by the sweet cat. Thanks!
Dana and Tray are nice people. They just purchased the cottages around the time that COVID started and had to endure the financial uncertainty of the lock down period. A lot of the internet and booking transition from the previous owner had to take a back seat, and they are just now getting to it. Looking forward to our stay, and feeling Dana and I were already old friends from various phone conversations over the last year, my husband and I arrived around dinner time at Magenta cabin for a three night stay The cabin has just about everything we needed during the first day or two, for a rustic and peaceful stay. It came with: coffee, filters, green tea, creamers, butter packets, liquid dish soap, a very small kitchen scouring pad/sponge, kitchen towels, paper towels, wine screw, ice cube trays (frozen), toilet paper, hand soap, liquid bath soap, shampoo, conditioner dispensers, hair dryer, linens, towels. We wished the cabin had a next size larger sponge to make cleanup easier, pot holders, a resident metal baking pan for the oven, reliable wifi, and a large serving spoon. We didn't want to purchase a bag of charcoal for the grill just for three days, so we wanted to bake our sausage in the oven (less grease). Tray let us borrow one of their own cookie sheets. I guess most people buy charcoal. Each morning around 8:30, Dana brings over a breakfast basket and knocks on our door. I guess if we didn't answer her knock, she would leave it on the porch swing, and if it got cold, we would just have to warm it up. We were served boudin sliders, french toast, and sausage sliders during our time there. These main courses were served with biscuits, fruit salad, orange juice, syrup, etc-enough for a nice meal. We had earlier scheduled a swamp tour, and belatedly realized that we had to leave prior to 8:30 one morning. Dana graciously accommodated us by arriving early with our breakfast that day. Thanks, Dana! Although the breakfasts are nice, we wondered if it would be just as well if guests just cooked their own breakfasts and Dana supplied some eggs, OJ, etc in the fridge for arriving guests like they did on a ranch we once stayed at. It would save her time, and not put stress on some guests who feel the need to be up and answer the door. Having a reason to see her guests and sound out any issues at breakfast does have advantages too. Dana is a social and caring person. There are several grocery stores and meat markets in Breaux Bridge to stock up or to purchase lunch and dinner take out plate specials. The closest is Poches Market, another is Rees Street Market. Of course, there are many restaurants. The cabins have dish TV. As much as he tried, my husband couldn't figure how to get the channels to show up ..and the stock market is his hobby. Tray worked on it and was able to show my husband what settings to use. It would help if those detailed instructions were written out and put by each TV, and I understood that they may differ from cottage to cottage.... Dana told us in advance of our stay that wifi reception was difficult due to the tin roofs on the cabins, and that some company had checked out the wifi configurations in all of the cottages for them. Never- the- less, our wifi was supposed to be cabin # 2, but the only wifi that we could usually connect to was the caretakers cabin which was down the road. It seemed odd. Over the course of our stay, we found that if we sat on the chest in our unused second bedroom, we could get the caretaker's cabin wifi better than anywhere else in Magenta cottage...unless we went off wifi and stood out in the driveway to our cabin. Now, most people want to just relax and maybe won't use wifi, but in bad weather trying to download your boarding pass and see upcoming flight status does cause stress....at least it did for us. The bedroom that we used overlooked the lake, and the mattress was comfortable for my bad back. We liked that each room had an overhead light and fan, and lamps on both sides of the bed. The bathroom was modern and lovely. Everything worked and the water was hot. We enjoyed eating at the large kitchen table when the weather was spitting rain and windy. We enjoyed sitting in the comfortable nylon chairs out on the deck, and my husband in the porch swing. The patio set looked a bit rusty to sit. My favorite thing was watching the cute mother and baby turtles playing and swimming about at the edge of the lake-from our deck extension. We took movies. They were fascinating! My husband had fun feeding the ducks. The weather wasn't the best while we were at the cabins due to a large weather front coming through, but we enjoyed time to do some reading and cocktails on the deck. Cajun Country Cottages are definitely a nice place to stay. You should check them out.…
These cabins are amazing peaceful beautiful.. we had our honeymoon in March and we are planning a stay this summer with our kids.. the food is amazing and so good.. the ducks are friendly lol.. we will be going at least 2 times a year from now on.. thank you for a wonderful stay..