Walk through beautifully-restored plantation homes in the area while resident guides tell the history of the homes and elegant lifestyles of wealthy plantation families.
Guests are invited to stay in private or sem-private cottages on the grounds of the plantation. All suites are decorated in auhtnetic 1800's luxury and style.
Private cottage suites with ambiance from the late 1800`s with semi-private front porch, fireplace, and private bath. Telephone, A/C, refrigerator, wet bar, and cable TV discreetly included. Second fold-out bed or adjoining similar suite available.
New Orleans style built in pool and hot tub are available.
Full plantation country breakfast included in overnight stay.
Policies & Restrictions
rooms are non-smoking (smoking on porch permitted)
Rates & Availability
$119- $139 /night. Discounts for longer or multiple bookings available.
6554 Louisiana Hwy 44 (River Road)
Convent, LA 70723
Phone: (225) 562-7728
Fax: (225) 562-0550
The history of the Poche Plantation is truly a story of two families. The family of Judge Felix Pierre Poche , who originally built the home in 1867, and the family of Judge Henry and Adele Himel who lived here for over 70 years. The home hosted families that shared common histories of respected military men and legal scholars, strong women who loved them, and a devotion and respect for the river upon which they built their lives.