Susan Sarandon, Kristen Stewart, John Malkovich, William Hurt,
Josh Brolin, Eddie Redmayne, Maria Bello and even Mickey Rourke
have all stayed here. We hope you will, too!
Rooms & Suites with Daily Rates
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ALL online reservations have a 2-night minimum stay requirement
To reserve, simply click below each listing or Call (225) 635-4791
INCLUDED IN ALL ROOMS AND SUITES:
· PRIVATE BATHROOM
· HDTV w/ DIRECTV or CABLE & BLU-RAY PLAYER (over 1000 discs to choose from!)
· WI-FI (Wireless Internet)
· Iron/Ironing Board, Hairdryer
· SOFT WATER (much better for your skin than hard water)
· PARKING? Plenty and all F-R-E-E (Empire and Victorian Suites have *covered* parking)
· Plus, a Carefully-Selected Collection of mid-1800s American Antiques
UNIQUE CHOICE OF BREAKFASTS:
· Continental (our standard breakfast): Biscuits, Croissants, Pastries, Muffins, Tea Breads, etc.
· 3 gourmet New Orleans-style egg dishes are available for $5
· Breakfast is served in the Dining Room with Sterling Silver on Fine China
· Continental Breakfast can be served in your room or suite
CHECK-IN TIME: **After 3 PM** (Guests usually check-in between 5 PM - 8 PM)
CHECK-OUT TIME: 11 AM
· Cancellation Must Be Done **By Telephone Only** (No Email Cancellations)
· Regular Reservations: ** 7 DAYS prior ** to reservation
· Groups or Special Events: 1 MONTH prior to reservation
· Gift Certificates: Also 7 Days, plus cancellation *may*
result in loss of gift
No and double no. DO NOT, under any circumstances, bring your firearm. This is not the Wild West.
Camilla Leake Barrow House
Suites @ The Printer's House
(Oldest House In St. Francisville Area, circa 1780
Victorian Suite: $160
You can actually stay in the suite that a world-famous actress did while she was shooting the movie for which
she won the Oscar for Best Actress !!
In the bedroom, an elegant crystal chandelier hangs in front of an 1870s French queen bed draped with
lace curtains as well as an outstanding Cincinnati triple armoire circa 1865.
The Formal Parlor (Sitting Room) has a single bed with a full mesh canopy, 32" LCD HDTV with Blu-ray player *and*
2 La-z-boy recliners for your comfort.
For those who love antiques, there is an 1860s mid-Victorian, hand-carved rosewood parlor set with an elegant
marble-top center table, sofa, and two large chairs - all covered with luxurious pink damask. On the floor
is an extraordinary needlepoint carpet.
Empire Suite: $160
A particular favorite, the Bedroom has an 1870s Eastlake queen bed surrounded by a fully-draped
canopy, matching marble-top dresser and single bed.
The Formal Parlor (Sitting Room) has a 32" LCD HDTV with Blu-ray player *and*
2 La-z-boy recliners for your comfort.
Also, there is an antique parlor set featuring a rich 1840s brocade sofa, large marble-top
center table, Empire gaming table, as well as a room-size oriental carpet.
Hideaway Suite: $135
Very Private. Cozy, rustic decor UPSTAIRS under the eaves with modern furnishings.
Sitting Room with 32" Cable TV/DVD and Bedroom with 1 Queen Bed and
Private Bathroom with tub/shower. This is our most historic accommodation.
There are Civil War cannonball markings in the exposed 200+ year-old ceiling beams.
Accommodations @ Barrow House itself (circa 1809)
Peach Suite: $150
Upstairs in the Barrow House, this suite is decorated in peach with lace accents. The highlight is a simply gorgeous 1860's rosewood
bedroom set from the New Orleans shop of French entrepreneur extraordinaire
Prudent Mallard (1809 - 1879) , including a queen bed, dresser and 2 washstands.
Because of its' historic spanish moss mattress pad, this is our most well-known bed. And don't worry, it's hypoallergenic so you won't be sneezing when you should be sleeping!
The other room is a delightful sitting area featuring antique wicker chairs and an Art Deco single bed with surrounding filigree canopy.
Rose Room: $135
*** NOTE: You're right, the Rose Room is fantastic. However, for a few dollars more, the suites give you the best possible experience. ***
The Rose Room is quite spacious with outstanding period antique furniture.
The *double (full)* bed is a circa 1865 four-poster with full sunburst
canopy and was made for a Mississippi plantation.
Nearby is a massive rosewood armoire (also circa 1865), also from the New Orleans shop of
French entrepreneur extraordinaire
Prudent Mallard (1809 - 1879).
King Room: $115
The King Room has a modern king-sized bed covered with an elegant, crocheted lace bedspread. The bed is
surrounded by a full net canopy. The red velvet horsehair-stuffed loveseat
and side table are late-19th century. CALL FOR RESERVATIONS
Blue Room: $115
Furnished with the simple elegance of American Empire antiques, an 1850s bed
(recently enlarged from double to *queen-size*), wishbone dresser and an early Empire armoire (ca. 1840).
CALL FOR RESERVATIONS
Barrow House Inn (circa 1809)
"Giving Guests Antiques & Ambiance Since 1986"
9779 Royal Street · St. Francisville, Louisiana USA 70775
Telephone (225) 635 - 4791 · Email: