A 1928 cottage, on the Azalea Trail, has private, keyless entry. Also, a frig; micro.; toaster; iron/ ironing board; coffee; wireless Internet; and TV.
A modest breakfast is provided. ( N/A if taking advantage of the weekly, or monthly rate.)
Freebird’s Cabin Room is nestled between two historic oak trees. The room is attached to the home; however, it has its own private keyless entry and cozy private sitting porch. The large private bathroom has a tub with a shower. The cabin room has: refrigerator; microwave; toaster; iron and ironing board; coffee maker; wireless Internet; and TV. A modest breakfast is provided.
The nine foot ceiling, knotty pine walls, cabin décor, are an excellent setting for: tranquil retreats and quiet get-a-ways; festival revelers and marathon runners; those who are passing through this slice of Cajun Country, or those who attend the plethora of Ragin’ Cajun activities throughout the year. This cabin room can become your “Happy Place” while away from home.
A portfolio of information, with internet access code are placed in the room upon guest's arrival.
Guests have access to the carport; cabin room bathroom; and front porch.
There is access to a small fire pit on the side of the house, please check with host before using it.
Smoking is permitted outside only.
Interaction with guests
Due to my work schedule, there is limited interaction with guests. Your privacy is highly respected. I will, however, do all I can to meet guests during their stay and texting is always appreciated as needed.
Other things to note
Directions from the Interstate, or Lafayette Airport to the airbnb will be given upon request of booked guest.
Please be respectful of this environment.
Cancel up to 5 days before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded.
I am an educator and researcher who enjoys reading, working in the yard, and tent camping. My life motto is, "Live the life you love and love the life you live." My professional motto is, "Our students are messengers we send to the future; therefore, lead in a manner that continues to make a difference a hundred years from now."