The Pointe Coupee Bed and Breakfast resides in the Samson House and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places-circa 1835. It is the first and oldest Bed and Breakfast in Pointe Coupee Parish. This beautifully restored Creole Plantation House features three bedrooms and three and a half baths. From the full front porch that these Creole homes are known for, you will walk into the large center hallway and step back in time. There are three fireplaces with the original French wrap around mantles. Aged red cypress interior walls and beams, tall molded baseboards and molded cornices. Walk outside into the beautifully landscaped courtyard garden where you will find a swimming pool with a cabana, an outside living room with fireplace, an outside game room, a hammock house, an outdoor kitchen, a greenhouse and a workshop.
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