All guestrooms have their own bathrooms, and some feature antique claw-foot tubs, Jacuzzi tubs, or private balconies.
In the morning, guests receive a homemade breakfast that is cooked to order and has items such as Bananas Foster, Pain Perdu, omelets, and French Waffles, as well as a Mimosa or Bloody Mary.
Those who are familiar with “Steel Magnolias” will recognize areas of the rooms and building from the film.
C., from Seattle, Sedona, LV, LA, Atlanta, Denver, Dallas, Hot Springs, Carlsbad, Phoenix, Nashville, MT, Tucson, Retreats, KY, Portland this weekend, Charlotte, CA, SF, Destin, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Palm Springs, Boise, FL, NY The building of The Steel Magnolia House dates back to the 1830’s and is right along the Cane River in Natchitoches.
It features Civil War history and became famous as the backdrop for many scenes in 1989’s “Steel Magnolias.” Guests can stay in the Shelby Room, Jackson Room, M’Lynn Room, Clairee Suite, or Truvy’s Carriage House.
They all contain modern amenities such as TV, internet, phone, and Blu-Ray DVD players, as well as Egyptian cotton sheets.
Some lofts also have full kitchens with a dishwasher, refrigerator, microwave, and range, and there are options for 3, 4, or 5 guests.
Your stay includes a complimentary hot breakfast in the Garlands Dining Room, which features coffee with chicory, Amy’s breakfast couscous, and items like bananas foster, French toast, grillades and cheese grits, and sweet potato soufflé. Address: 1129 St Philip St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70116, 504-523-1372 More Romantic New Orleans Inns.