Hughes House Bed and Breakfast Hammond, Louisiana
Once you arrive, you will know the Hughes House Bed and Breakfast, Hammond, Louisiana, is a special place.
Built at the turn of the
century by the grandson of Peter Hammond, Jefferson Davis Hughes, the house was
designed to accommodate his extensive family. The Hughes home remained in their
family until recently. Hughes' involvement in the lumber business allowed him to
use the finest wood and utilize the talents of area craftsmen in building the
house. Three-quarter inch tongue-and-groove is used throughout the building,
with triple flooring in some areas.
Upon your arrival, you will be shown to
your room to settle while your hostess will ready your beverage of choice, tea
or wine, to be served Southern-style on the veranda. One look down the oak-lined
streets and you will be reminded of the time when life was gentle and all
neighbors knew each others' names.
A comfortable but elegant retreat, whether you are visiting family, friends,
attending a business function, or just escaping from everyday life, can be found
at this fine bed and breakfast. The Hughes House Bed and Breakfast is located in the Adams - Lily historic neighborhood,
which is adorned with
magnificent oak trees. The neighborhood is a great place to walk, jog, or
bicycle. Situated adjacent to historic downtown Hammond the Hughes
House Bed and Breakfast is near
coffee shops, a public library, numerous fine restaurants, cafes, a
spa, banks, an ice cream parlor,
nightclubs- including a jazz club, the post office, a book store, and
boutique shopping; all just a casual
The Jefferson Davis Hughes House Bed and Breakfast is located in historic downtown
Hammond, Louisiana, between two major cities,
39 miles from Baton Rouge and 43 miles from New Orleans. Click
here for map.