Shreveport’s First Bed & Breakfast
Come visit our lovely Fairfield Place built circa 1870. When you walk in, you will feel as though you are miles away, yet have the feeling of home. Enjoy the serene oasis of greenery and relaxation in our courtyards and patios.
You will feel like you took a step back in time, however you will have the modern amenities of wifi, cable TV and private baths.
Awake to the sweet smell of muffins baking and enjoy a full breakfast each morning. We offer hot or cold cereal, fresh fruit, orange juice, coffee or tea, eggs or French toast, bacon or sausage and fresh baked croissants or biscuits. Many of our returning guest say “I’m Home” as they walk through the door.
We are located near many local restaurants, shopping and downtown nightlife.
The home was built in the early 1870s by Thomas Thompson Land, a Louisiana Supreme Court Judge. Thomas and his wife, Mary Eliza Dillingham, were the proud parents of 15 children born over a 22-year period. A portion of the land the home sits on was previously part of the Thornhill Plantation. The property remained in the Land family for more than 91 years.
Fairfield Place may well be one of the oldest surviving homes on the street.