“your home away from home”
La Maison was originally the home of hostess Eleanor Naquin’s parents. After her mother’s passing, Eleanor was not sure what to do with the home but knew that she didn’t want to sell the house her father had built. One day, while working in the plentiful flowerbeds that encompass the house and admiring the natural beauty of her surroundings, Eleanor was struck with the idea to turn her parents’ home into a bed and breakfast and share the splendor of the beautiful Cajun, country house. When Eleanor made the announcement to her husband, Don Naquin, he was elated by the news and couldn’t wait to get started. La Maison Bed & Breakfast first opened its doors to the public on New Year’s Eve of 1989. In September of 2005, La Maison had to close its doors due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Rita. Fortunately, La Maison was not severely damaged by the floods, but the Naquins’ home stood in three feet of water and had to be demolished and rebuilt. During that time, the Naquins lived in La Maison until they were able to move back into their rebuilt home in 2009. They also began making repairs and renovations to La Maison to prepare for its reopening, which finally happened at the start of 2011.
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