Accommodations

When planning your wedding in Natchitoches, please consider these providers for your accommodations.

With its location downtown, right in the heart of beautiful historic Natchitoches the Inn is within easy walking distance of fine dining, shopping, museums, Northwestern State University, and the beautiful Cane River Lake. The first hotel of its kind in Natchitoches, Church Street lnn is your ultimate choice for privacy, comfort and convenience.

Church Street Inn offers an escape from the chaos of everyday life. Impeccably constructed in 1961 as a Bank building, the inn maintains the charm of the 19th century landmark with 21st-century amenities. 

The Comfort Suites® hotel is conveniently located off Interstate 49, just minutes from local businesses and attractions. This Natchitoches, LA hotel is close to Northwestern State University, Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site and the Natchitoches National Fish Hatchery.

Additional attractions nearby include the Natchitoches Events Center, Cane River Creole National Historical Park, the Magnolia Plantation and the Oakland Plantation. An array of shopping centers and restaurants are easily accessible from this Natchitoches, LA hotel.

Hotel features include:

This newly renovated 200 year old home is on Cane River, in the National Historic Landmark District. Its also within walking distance to the restaurants and shops of beautiful downtown Natchitoches, Louisiana.

Amenities include king size beds, private baths, TV, and free wireless internet.

Wake up with coffee on the screened-in back porch overlooking Cane River, followed by a plantation breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausage, homemade biscuits,  mayhaw jelly, grits, and seasonal fruit.

Enjoy Natchitoches History and Culture

Ideally located off Interstate 49 in northwest Louisiana, Days Inn Natchitoches hotel is near Alligator Park, just six miles from historic downtown and minutes from exciting attractions and events.

Ducournau Townhouse occupies the second and third floors of the Ducournau Building(circa 1835). The second floor contains two guest bedrooms with private baths and the common areas. The third floor is occupied by the inkeeper.

One enters from Front Street through a New Orleans style carriageway and courtyard. The courtyard stairs lead to the Townhouse entrance.

The Townhouse features spacious rooms with twelve to twenty-five foot ceilings, furnished with exquisite antiques. French doors open to an iron-laced gallery overlooking Cane River.