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La Solange Cottage located in Lafayette, La has a nice sitting area and a back porch located in a quiet, country setting.
Our honeymoon cottage, is a two person Jacuzzi Suite with a king size bed, flat screen TV, kitchenette, sitting area and a back porch.
Our beautiful view from our outdoor porch. This photo was taken during the end of November 2017.
La Solange Cottage is named after my husband’s grandmother, Marie Solange. Below our cottage description is a short biography of her as well as one of her favorite Cajun recipes.
La Solange is our Honeymoon Jacuzzi Suite. It is a one room 384 sq.ft. light, airy, cozy cottage with lots of windows and features a king size bed, 32″ flat screen television, WiFi, small table with two chairs, bathroom with a pedestal sink, a 2 person Jacuzzi, and a small kitchenette with a microwave, refrigerator, sink and coffee pot.
La Solange has wood floors and is decorated in browns and beige. Our guests love to relax on either the front porch which faces Gloria Switch Road or better yet, on our back semi-secluded porch, which faces a wooded area.
Rates: Please call us for rates and ask for any specials going on!
NOTE: OUR COTTAGES ARE NON-SMOKING. SMOKING IS PERMITTED ON THE PORCHES.
Rates include towels, linens, coffee, coffee cups, plates, paper towels, toilet paper.
A 10-day notice must be given prior to arrival date for refund, less $25 cancellation fee.
Holidays and special events have a longer cancellation policy.
PLEASE DO NOT USE FLOWER PETALS ON THE BED. I HAVE FOUND OUT FROM A PAST CUSTOMER THAT THE PETALS STAIN THE SHEETS AND WILL NOT COME OUT. REMEMBER, ANY DAMAGE DONE TO THE COTTAGE AND ANYTHING IN IT, OR THE OUTSIDE AREA IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY. THANKS FOR UNDERSTANDING….MANAGEMENT
No pets – Happy Dog Hotel is just 5 minutes from the cottage. Check out Happy Dog Hotel for more information and to make reservations for your pet.
Marie Solange Monte Boutte (August 5, 1909 – May 14, 1982) Broussard, LA.
Marie Solange was a gracious, charitable, loving lady. Much of her life was spent keeping house, raising her children and cooking meals for her husband and family.
Included is one of her family’s favorite recipes, which she tended to make on cold rainy days.
Les Oreilles de Cochon (Pig Ears)
1/8 lb. butter
1 tsp. vinegar
2 cups flour
1/2 tsp. baking powder
Mix ingredients as for pastry. Break into small pieces. Roll each separately paper thin. Fry in deep hot fat. When done put on paper towels to absorb the grease.
Syrup: Mix 1 and 1/2 cups of cane syrup with 1/2 cup sugar and a pinch of salt. Cook to a candy stage. Dip pig ears one at a time in syrup and put on wax paper to cool.