Tastful elegance and charm await you as you step back in time into a 1920's bungalow, which has been lovingly restored. The Rusca house provides you with private spacious bathrooms, multi-course breakfast, and a landscaped garden and fountains. Please check out our website for availability. Come and experience what Southern charm is all about!!
5 on January 21, 2015
The room was very nice and comfortable. Breakfast was great and the conversation delightful. Truly a memorable stay.
5 on January 14, 2015
Outstanding experience! I felt completely at home whether I was in my room or elsewhere in the house relaxing or visiting. I was amazed at the attention to the details of my stay. The breakfast was delicious and Debbie was the perfect hostess! I wish I could return soon.
4.8 on January 07, 2015
I stayed in the Pearl Room, which is large and has French doors leading to the rear courtyard and to a front porch. Beautifully furnished and comfortable. Located in an historic neighborhood, Front Street is only a few blocks away (great for Christmas Lights Festival viewing). The morning breakfast was magnificent, both in terms of quantity and quality. Our host even shared her recipes!
5 on January 04, 2015
We had a great night's stay at the Rusca House. We stayed in the Delmonico room. It was so nice and roomy, and overlooked the back garden area.The house was beautifully decorated for Christmas! Breakfast was delicious. The house is located several blocks from the historic downtown area, which was an easy walking distance on such a high traffic evening. We will definitely stay here again!
4.6 on January 02, 2015
My husband and stayed in the Stella Room, a very comfortable and quiet retreat. Enjoyed soaking in the jacuzzi tub and after a good night's rest, we were treated to a hearty breakfast prepared by a friendly and conversational host. The house was beautifully decorated for Christmas; I'm sure it's very lovely in other seasons as well, especially the gardens. It's in a great location near Front Street and American Cemetery as well as other local attractions. We drove out to Oakland Plantation south of Natchitoches for an historical tour.
4.2 on December 27, 2014
Everything was excellent , except the breakfast meals had too much fat and calories to my preferences. Would have rather had a simple breakfast.
5 on December 24, 2014
Our intire stay was a wonderful experience. The only fault if I had to pick one is that it was cold in our room. My husband and will surely stay at the Rusca house again.
4.2 on December 17, 2014
Very nicely decorated, convenient to downtown shopping/dining river area. Wonderful breakfast with friendly hostess.
5 on December 13, 2014
The breakfasts are to die for cooked by Debbie; the rooms are awesome; the shopping on Front St. is fantastic; and the food at Momma's & Papa's are awesome!!!
5 on November 20, 2014
Our 1st time staying at a Bed & Breakfast and just loved every minute of it! The Rusca House has beautiful grounds and the home was lovely. Debbie made us fabulous breakfast and couldn't have asked for a better 3 days!! RIck and Paige
Historic District, Walking distance to shops and restaurants
Shreveport, LA (SHV)
From I-49, take the Many/Natchitoches exit. Follow Highway 6 to Natchitoches and take a left on Second Street approximately 5 miles. Rue Poete will be the second street on the right. We are the second to last house on the left. We have parking located at the back of the house.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Museum, National/State parks, Plantations, River
Bed and Breakfast
, soft drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite), Bottled spring water, Snacks, 100% cotton sheets and towels, DVD collection
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Telephone, VCR
Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Antique shopping, The American Cementery, Sight-seeing, Southern dining, Historical sites, Tennis courts
Bridget P. Williams