We recently spent two nights in Natchitoches experiencing the Festival of Lights and we had a lovely stay. John and Kathy who own the inn were very lovely relaxed people who made us feel so welcome, and location wise it was great to be able to walk into town rather than drive. There were freshly baked cookies put out everyday and wine available in the evenings. We were on the third floor in a lovely room with an enormous bathroom but if you are slightly older you might not want to do the stairs from the second to third floor. Definitely a wonderful place to stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An elegant, century old Victorian home, Sweet Cane Inn welcomes you to relax and enjoy the comfort and hospitality that will certainly set the standard for your visit to historic Natchitoches for years to come.Sweet Cane Inn was built for Congressman Phanor Breazeale in the late 1800's. Among its many unique features, Sweet Cane Inn's stately presence boasts of 12 foot ceilings, 11 fireplaces, and a wall of stained glass windows at the top of the stairs which curve and lead to seven beautifully spacious rooms and suites. Conveniently located in the heart of Natchitoches' Landmark Historic District, Sweet Cane Inn is within walking distance of beautiful Front Street, a brick thoroughfare where wrought iron balconies, restaurants, shops and attractions face beautiful Cane River Lake. Guests enjoy nearby fort sites, museums, and year around cultural events and festivals. ... more less