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Cook's Cottage Bed & Breakfast

Located at the Rip Van Winkle Gardens. Historic Cook's Cottage was renovated to accommodate up to four guests. Cook's is nestled amid ancient live oaks and 25 acres of gardens that bloom the year-round. The premises are fully handicapped accessible and there is a complimentary Joseph Jefferson House tour and access to the gardens. We do speak French here! You can also enjoy a cocktail lounge, free parking, in-room jacuzzi and restaurant.

Location: 5505 Rip Van Winkle Road, New Iberia Louisiana 70560 Telephone 337-365-3332 Toll Free: 800-375-3332

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