\"A little piece of France in the heart of the city,\" this French-style chateau is furnished with 17th, 18th and 19th century antiques. Each guest room has a private bath and a entrance. Wine is offered upon arrival and a continental plus breakfast is served at your convenience.
We been to Lafayette on several occasions and decided to try a new place. True, this is a little gem in the middle of a really ugly part of the city and the suite we stayed in was very comfortable and attractive but.....
1. She advertises that you get a continental breakfast plus -- misadvertising if I ever heard it -- breakfast each day consists of 2 mini muffins, coffee and the plus is reconstitured orange juice. So be prepared to have breakfast out.
2. We inadvertently locked ourselves out of our room at 6:30 pm and we couldn't contact the proprietor because she turns her phone off at night. When we questioned her lack her professionalism, she got all bent out of shape and punished us by not making our bed for the remainder of the stay.
3. She makes you pay when you arrive -- this should have sent up red flags immediately.
4. If you want to stay at a B&B in Lafayette where you'll encounter true Southern hospitality and a fabulous sit-down breakfast, stay at Ahhh!! T'Frere's.
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All town homes include a wood burning fireplace, outdoor atrium/courtyard, fully equipped kitchen, a swimming pool, weekly maid service, and
covered parking. Amenities:Private bathroom. Kitchen/Kitchenette. Fireplace. Iron. Coffee Maker. In Room Broadband Internet Access (Free). Microwave Oven.