Fais Do Do Room

The Cajuns held Fais Do Do celebrations often. The term “Fais Do Do” is a French term meaning “go to sleep”. The Cajun Fais Do Do celebration got its name because after all the little ones were in bed, the adults “laissez les bon temps rouler”! Nights were filled with laughter, Cajun music, and dancing. The Fais Do Do room, located in the Garconniere outside of the Main House, is one of two suites. The room’s amenities include a queen size memory foam mattress nestled in a 19th century period wooden 4-post bed, a twin trundle tucked away for a third guest, a mini fridge, Keurig coffee pot, A/C control, private bath, and porch area.

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