Saint Martinville Bed and Breakfasts
Saint Martinville lies on Bayou Teche, sixteen miles south of Breaux Bridge, eighteen miles southeast of Lafayette, and nine miles north of New Iberia, Louisianna. In February, Saint Martinville celebrates "La Grande Boucherie des Cajuns," which is a feast, based on hog and Cajun recipes. The Kiwanis host the annual Pepper Festival, paying homage to one of the principal ingredients in Cajun cooking. St. Martin de Tours Church, which is the oldest church parish in southwest Louisiana, is a popular attraction, along with Duchamp Opera House, which dates back to the mid-1800s. The Evangeline Oak can be found on the bank of the Bayou Teche and is the subject of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's poem, "Evangeline." Josephine's Creole Restaurant has authentic Cajun cuisine. Their specialties include chicken and shrimp stews, smothered chicken, stuffed turkey wings and Creole stuffed bread. Le Petit Paris Cafe has the feeling of an old-fashioned cafe from the city of lights thats known for their gourmet coffee, dessert and pastries, yet they also serve traditional french plates. The selection of Saint Martinville inns and Saint Martinville B&Bs will ensure the perfect vacation is available for the asking. So dont forget to book your stay at a Saint Martinville bed and breakfast before heading to Louisianna.
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