Wedding Facilities

The Prud'homme-Rouquier House is one of the most architecturally significant buildings in the Natchitoches Historic District. Constructed between 1790 and 1811, this home predates most other surviving buildings in downtown Natchitoches. Although the exterior was remodeled in 1825 to resemble the Federal or Greek Revival style, it was originally a French Creole building. The builders of the home used the traditional French Creole method of erecting cypress beams and filling in the spaces with bousillage (a mixture of mud, Spanish moss, and deer hair).
Explore the garden area and various water features on the downtown riverbank overlooking Cane River Lake. This intimate setting is perfect for weddings, family photos, picnics, and small outdoor meetings. Call Natchitoches Main Street Office for more at 318.352.2746

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. 

Make us your convenient and comfortable Natchitoches home base. Welcome to the Hampton Inn Natchitoches located 50 minutes from Alexandria Esler Regional Airport. Natchitoches is famous for its charming old sidewalks, beautiful magnolia trees, museums and impressive architecture At Christmas the Festival of Lights is a popular event. Walk down Front Street and admire historic buildings with their beautiful wrought iron work and balconies or stroll around one of our lovely state parks. Corporations like Alliance Compressors, NAPA and Tennessee Gas are based nearby.

The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum is an exquisite and impressive contemporary venue set among Louisiana’s sporting legends and the rich history of the Cane River region.  The Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame gallery on the ground floor honors the achievements of the state’s greatest athletes while the second floor gallery explores the dynamic history of sports in Louisiana and the unique history of Northwest Louisiana.