“in the heart of the Natchitoches Landmark Historic District”
The Tante Huppé Inn is located in the heart of the Natchitoches Landmark Historic District. Natchitoches is the oldest town in the Louisiana Purchase Territory, having been founded by the French in 1714. It still remains as a museum city containing an Old World charm. Historic buildings of French, Spanish and early American architectural styles line the streets of the Historic District. A member of a prominent French family built the Tante Huppe Inn in 1830. Today it still portrays those Creole aristocrats who lived in the home for generations. The Tante Huppe Inn has three complete suites with kitchens, galleries, patio, and telephones and TV's in each room. Each suite will accommodate four persons. This charming historic house is only one block from Front Street, and has been completely restored with family heirlooms. All suites have private entrances and are appointed in contemporary furnishings. Tour this Historic Home during your visit. Enjoy a continental breakfast in the privacy of your own suite and the new grecian swimming pool.
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