Delightful treats and elegant treasures ensure a pleasant stay at this impressive home in the National Historic Landmark District of Natchitoches, Louisiana. A Queen Anne influence in the wraparound two-story gallery blends with Greek Revival architecture reflected in the colossal columns on massive brick pillars. High ceilings, heart pine floors and five fireplaces showcase exquisite mid 19th century antiques and European cut crystal chandlers. Two comfortable parlors provide books, newspapers, magazines, videos and complimentary refreshments. The quiet guest bedrooms and private Guest House offer queen-sized mahogany and rosewood Full Tester, silk brocade drapes, tapestry chairs, and most every luxurious amenity desired. The multi-course candlelight breakfast in the formal dining room is truly a feast for the senses. We are within walking distance of many fine shops, antique malls, museums and fine restaurants, and a short drive to the beautiful plantations along the Cane River, many of which are open for tours. Natchitoches is the oldest city in the Louisiana Purchase and is surrounded by the magnificent Kisatchie National Forest, which offers a myriad of biking and hiking trails. When you have completed a full day of touring our fine city, you may want to return to the Judge Porter House and stroll through the beautiful gardens.