Named after the Hollywood film that was shot on the site, Steel Magnolia House is a charming bed and breakfast inn that offers comfortable, home-away-from-home accommodations, delicious homecooked cuisine, modern amenities, and gracious, welcoming hospitality. Located in historic Natchitoches, Louisiana, the lovely home features five beautifully appointed guest rooms with original wood floors, plush country-style décor, private bathrooms with baths and showers, and modern amenities such as flat-screen televisions and complimentary wireless Internet. The guesthouse has cozy living areas furnished with antiques and period furnishings, crystal chandeliers and gas fireplaces with marble mantels, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere that reflects traditional Southern hospitality.
Steel Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast features five elegantly appointed guest rooms with original hardwood floors, plush country-style décor, and period furnishings beautifully draped windows which overlook the gardens, and modern in-room conveniences. Guest rooms have king or queen-size four-poster beds dressed in high-quality linens, hypoallergenic pillow and luxurious duvets and comforters, and en-suite bathrooms with shower/bath combinations, fluffy towels, and branded toiletries.
A full Southern-style breakfast is served every morning and includes fresh fruit platters and juices, cold cereals, yogurt, egg dishes, traditional Southern entrées such as fried green tomatoes, toast, freshly baked muffins, scones and pastries and hot coffee and tea.
Amenities and Recreation
Deluxe amenities at the Steel Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast include an outdoor swimming pool and patio with tables and chairs, beautiful gardens surrounding the property, comfortable living rooms and lounges in the house with sofas and armchairs and gas fireplaces where guests can relax. A full Southern-style breakfast is served every morning, and the home has a front porch with rocking chairs and lovely garden views.
Steel Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast is situated in the town of Natchitoches in Central Louisiana’s Cane River Country. Established as a French colony in 1714, Natchitoches still its rich European heritage and charm through its architecture and lifestyle and has been listed as a National Historic District. At the center of this historic area lies Front Street, a brick thoroughfare lined with architecturally significant buildings with wrought iron balconies facing the tranquil Cane River Lake. There are a plethora of things to see and do in the city, which is also known as the ‘City of Lights,’ ranging from guided streetcar tours and carriage rides through the National Landmark Historic District, visiting art galleries, museums and theaters, and dining on the region’s best Creole cuisine. Other attractions include the world-famous Natchitoches Christmas Festival, the Cane River National Heritage Area Trail, the Cane River Creole National Historical Park, and the three State historic sites of Fort Jesup, Los Adaes, and Rebel State Park, which includes the Louisiana Country Music Museum.
320 Jefferson St, Natchitoches, LA 71457, Phone: 318-238-2585