This historic home, built in the 1800s and located in Eunice, Louisiana, was the abode of J.C. Keller Sr. and stayed in his family for 3 generations. Keller was the part owner and promoter of the famous Liberty Theatre located mere steps away from his family’s estate. This theatre which opened in 1924, played host to tightrope walkers and musicians like Tex Ritter, Jimmy Clanton, the Bowery Boys, and Roy Rogers.

Complete with a large four poster master sized bed, the first floor also features a full bath ensuite and french doors leading into a parlor room. The second floor boasts three bedrooms and a full sized bath. Common rooms include a living room, dining room, and kitchen with limited access. You can spend your day on the large covered porch looking over historic downtown Eunice, and if you time your stay right, you will be in the center of the action for Cajun country’s Mardi Gras celebration.

The perfect place to sit back and drink in the over 100 years of history found within its walls, this bed and breakfast allows you to enjoy your early mornings in peace with an included continental breakfast.

Escape to the Roaring ’20s at the Keller House.