Shreveport

Last Modified: September 13, 2008Bed and Breakfast Inns

Shreveport contains several historic bed and breakfast inns that appeal to people who desire a more serene, elegant, quiet and private type of luxurious accommodation. Three intriguingly romantic bed and breakfast inns are located close to each other in an historic district on Fairfield Avenue where many beautiful mansions were constructed at the beginning of the 20th century.

Originally built in 1905, the 2439 Fairfield Bed and Breakfast inn exudes old style southern charm and Victorian elegance with its manicured English rose and herb gardens, its gazebo and water fountain set among stately oak trees, and its private rooms with fireplaces and whirlpool hot tubs.

The Fairfield Place Bed and Breakfast consists of two adjoining homes that were built around 1870 on a 1-acre green garden oasis. Typical rooms feature king size European style hypoallergenic feather beds, fireplaces, and whirlpool tubs with separate showers.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Slattery House Bed & Breakfast contains 6 artistically decorated guest rooms with queen size beds, fireplaces and antique furniture. The beautifully landscaped property includes a swimming pool and many different colorful gardens.