At Le Village Guesthouse, we take the health and safety of our guests and associates seriously. We monitor the CDC website and our Louisiana Bed & Breakfast Association literature for the latest information on the novel coronavirus Covid-19. We know how critical it is that you have a safe and comfortable place to stay. That is why we have implemented several recommendations such as removing magazines and books on desktops, offering disposable dishes where needed, as well as hand sanitizer stations. Public areas are being sanitized more frequently and we are limiting guest contact with staff where possible. Staff will be wearing masks where indicated and we encourage guests to feel comfortable, whether it is wearing a mask in common areas and/or social distancing. You will find plenty space to social distance on our large porches and country acreage to take leisurely walks, weather permitting. Thank you for your continued support and loyalty!

Photography by Bonnie Barry, Joe Richard, Van Reed, Lucius Fontenot, and Sam Gregory
Please: no pets allowed. Please: no children under 12 years of age without prior approval from owner.

Le Village Guesthouse is your home in Cajun country! The Main House consists of four charming guest rooms, a cozy parlor, and spacious wrap-around porches. Adjacent to the Main House is Prairie Barn Goods & Darts, a dart bar & venue available to rent for special events. Take a leisurely walk around the 3+ acres of tall pines. Settle back and enjoy your stay. Le Village sits on property next door to Cypress Grove Event Venue and serves as a convenient answer to lodging accommodations for weddings and events at the Chapelle Country Store. Le Village is owned and managed by Eunice native Felicia Hebert Wiggins.

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-Meet The Owner-

I have come back to my roots in South Louisiana. I am back to the land from which I came. The journey now has become about my wish to share the unique traditions of Cajun lore, music and food with fellow travelers and to pursue creative solitude in a very tense society. This place called Le Village is my chance to share the patina that age bestows to things imperfect and incomplete, modest and humble, amidst the simple beauty of nature. It has renewed a weary spirit. Please visit soon!