Saturday, January 7, 2012

EXCITING NEWS FOR BELLE RIVER, LOUISIANA

A NEW BOAT TOUR HAS JOINED THE BELLE RIVER, LOUISIANA AREA. ATCHAFALAYA ADVENTURES, LLC,OWNED AND OPERATED BY  CAPT.VIC LABORDE IS NOW OFFERING TOURS, FRESHWATER FISHING AND DUCK HUNTING. CONTACT NUMBER IS 504-858-0108

THIS TOUR IS AVAILABLE FOR THE EAGLE EXPO IN MORGAN CITY IN FEBRUARY. CAPT. VIC KNOWS WHERE ALL THOSE MAGESTIC EAGLES NEST.

THE BEST NEWS IS THAT THE VISTORS OF  LABELLE RIVEIRE BED AND BREAKFAST CAN SECURE THE TOURS LOCALLY AND BOARD RIGHT ON THE DOCK IN THE FRONT YARD. NO TRAVELING OUT OF TOWN. LOOKING FORWARD TO SHARING THE BEAUTY OF OUR WATER WAYS AND WILDLIFE AS WELL AS A PEACEFUL TRANQUIL VISIT AT LABELLE RIVIERE B&B

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

LSU TIGERS vs ALABAMA

LSU Tigers vs Alabama, Jan. 9th in the New Orleans Superdome.  Get out of the chaos and stay in the quiet comfort of a bed and breakfast in or around the city, or in the outlying areas. Stop and stay at a Louisiana B&B on your way home.& nbsp; Visit LBBA to choose your in and make your reservations.  http://www.louisianabandb.com/

Charter Fishing

Now available at Labelle Riviere Bed and Breakfast: chartered fishing.
Inquires:985-252-9435 cell 985-688-4368

Welcome!

Welcome to the Belle River community where the beautiful La Belle Riviere Bed & Breakfast is located. This peaceful and tranquil home of Carol and Jeff Aucoin rests on the banks of Belle River where you will be greeted by hosts who speak French!

It is Carol and Jeff's passion to preserve the heritage, language and culture of the Cajuns that led them to buy and restore a family treasure, La Belle Riviere Bed & Breakfast.

After many years of hosting guests in their home, Carol became principal of one of the few French Immersion Programs in Louisiana. The Pierre Part Schools' French Immersion Program brought the need to recruit teachers from Africa, Belgium, Canada and France. Due to the lack of housing as well as integration to the Cajun Culture, the Aucoin family opened their home to the French Immersion teachers and many family members.

This rich and rewarding experience has led Carol's new career change. After 33 years in education, she retired and opened her business, La BelleRiviere Bed & Breakfast. The family has again opened their home to all who want to share the Cajun culture, heritage and language.