Cyclist taking the lower or southern tier route across continental United States make the St. Francisville Inn a favorite overnight stopover and so do many other guests. See who and why they come to St. Francisville and The Inn.
Cyclist & Other Guest
Yes, really big as in the largest tree east of the California Redwoods. Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge, just ten minutes west of St. Francisville is home to the National Champion Bald-cypress tree. Such an unique tree brings visitors from the world over, definitely something you want to see..
Other hiking areas include; Mary Ann Brown Preserve, Tunica Wildlife Management Area and State Park, trail at Oakley Plantation and a little further to the north just past the stateline to Mississippi is Clark Creek WMA also referred to as Tunica Falls.
Enjoy the many birds seen at The Inn and adjacent town park...
Same Day Gift Certificates
Need a nice gift at the last minute? Purchase a relaxing get-a-way to quaint town of St. Francisville, Louisiana in a very popular bed & breakfast. Add a bottle...
Monthly News Article
Discover information on upcoming events, history, travel information and more. Monthly articles written by local historian Anne Butler (Butler Greenwood) and photographs by Patrick Walsh (St. Francisville Inn).
Friends of St. Francisville the most recent article or archive articles.
Weekly information on night time entertainment, events at State Parks, seminars, openings, live bands and much more. Click Here
Stay a week at a reduced rate of $490 per week, including tax. This one person rate is 30% off our normal rates and includes our large hot full breakfast...
- Offering until Dec. 31, 2013
Book a two night stay Sunday through Thursday night and receive a bottle of house red or white wine, our St. Francisville Inn cheese dip for two, two house tour tickets to either The Cottage Plantation or Butler Greenwood Plantation and our full buffet breakfast each morning.