This Charming Cottage was built in 1847 located in Historical Downtown Thibodaux walking distance to local shops and restaurants and 1mi from NSU, very warm and cozy, beautifully decorated in Louisiana Flair, you'll feel like its home away from home, serving a deluxe continental breakfast so whether your on a Buisness trip,on vacation ,or a local wanted a weekend trip in your own town you will not be disappointed .
“Sweet Elsa’s place is indeed sweet! It is a cozy cottage, perfect for a romantic get away or just to relax by yourself. She has stocked the cottage with everything you need and everything is very comfortable, super cute & clean. It’s in a perfect location downtown & if you need anything, Elsa is a quick text answer away. Highly recommend Elsa’s cottage & hope to return in the future! Karen & Mark”
We are right in the heart of the oldest part of our little city. This is wonderfully convenient, for us and guests, since we enjoy walking to the local events that take place almost on a weekly basis. Nichols State University (host to The Manning Passing Academy) and Thibodaux Regional Medical Center are both about 1.5 miles away. **regardless of booking date, I require communication the day before check in to coordinate with you** **we do have pets; see below (and photos) for description**
“House very comfortable and very clean. The sharing of the bathroom is very well organized. We had access to the impeccable kitchen. As for Jess, he is a remarkable host for his kindness and availability.”
Make this home your home away from home along Thibodaux's Bayou Lafourche. Enjoy watching the alligators, turtles, and fish from the bayouside patio. Bring your fishing poles, lots of fish to catch and clean your fish in the outdoor kitchen. Quiet, tranquil little home, with awesome amenities to complete a much needed vacation.
“Stylish and very comfortable. Great shower and huge bed. Right on the banks of the bayou-fun to see the turtles, ducks and alligators. Out of downtown, but plenty close to make it easy to go out to dinner. We also went to New Orleans for the day-about 1.5 hours each way, which was easy. Warm hospitality.”