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Naquin's Bed and Breakfast in Thibodaux, Louisiana

Room Rates : $60+
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About Naquin's Bed and Breakfast

Joyce and Frank Naquin, who were raised in Thibodaux, Louisiana, with Cajun French as their native language, welcome you to their home. At Naquin's Bed and Breakfast, southern charm and hospitality are waiting for you. Joyce is a great Cajun cook, and has even written a cookbook, La Cuisine des Cajuns sur le Bayou. She also enjoys art, and her paintings can be found in every room. Frank loves to fish in his free time, especially in the Gulf of Mexico. He is sure to have a story or two to tell you. You won't go hungry at Joyce's breakfast table, where you may eat to your heart's content. Walk off that wonderful breakfast beneath the moss-laden oaks on the banks of the Bayou Lafourche while admiring the 19th century New Orleans-style homes.

Thibodaux has Cajun cuisine to offer you, such as crawfish, jambalaya, and seafood gumbo. Thibodaux also hosts weekend festivals, parades during Mardi Gras season, and the annual Fireman's Fair. The Naquin home is a lovely ranch style home with two downstairs bedrooms with a private bath and two upstairs bedrooms with a private bath. Come visit and enjoy your morning coffee on the patio. The Naquins can accommodate up to fourteen guests. Enjoy Joyce and Frank's Cajun hospitality at Naquin's Bed and Breakfast. Reserve Now!


  • Private bath
  • Morning coffee
  • Large breakfast
  • French or English Spoken
  • A/C
  • Fishing camp
  • Long stays ok
  • Game room

Recipe: Cajun Crepes

  • 2c. all-purpose flour (you may use Bisquick mix)
  • 2 to 3 tsp sugar(to your taste) (you can leave out the sugar)
  • 1 Tbsp. Vanilla 1
  • 1 egg
  • 2 and 1/2 c. milk

Mix all ingredients-[ batter should be somewhat thin where it pours easily.] Pour just enough batter in small heated skillet to cover bottom only. Cook 20 to 60 seconds on right side only. Serve plain or can be topped with peanut butter, fruits, syrup, etc. Can be served for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or in Cajun land we call it supper. Enjoy Joyce