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at Splendor Farms.
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or if you have questions.
Welcome to Splendor Farms Bed & Breakfast,
an "off-the-beaten-path" escape in Bush, Louisiana
Situated on a working 75-acre farm one hour from the French Quarter of New Orleans,
Splendor Farms Bed & Breakfast offers
comfortable, family-friendly B&B accommodations in a relaxed
country farm setting. We have 3 guest bedrooms, a guest bunkhouse, swimming pool, horseback riding, a dachshund kennel, a petting zoo, and nearby hiking, biking, and nature trails. Just 1/4 mile up the road is the scenic Bogue Chitto River, where you can go horseback riding, fishing, canoeing, tubing, or just have a picnic and enjoy all the nature surrounding you. A fun, relaxing place for adults, Splendor Farms is especially memorable for children, who can help us gather eggs in our hen house or enjoy a playful romp with long-haired miniature dachshunds at our kennel (we also have horses, cows, goats, chickens, and cats). We serve bountiful "farm-style" breakfasts that often feature organic eggs produced by our very own hens, or something fresh from our fruit and vegetable gardens (we also supply organic produce to area restaurants & health food stores).
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR A VIDEO AND PHOTOS OF SPLENDOR FARMS B&B. Feel free to contact us if you have questions. We hope to see you on the farm soon! We know you'll enjoy your stay so much you'll want to come back again and again!
About Our B&B Video
Watch this video & learn all about Splendor Farms B&B in just 53 seconds!
Meet Your Hosts
Your hosts, Kelly and Albert
Bensabat, with Pookie.
Rumor has it that farm wives are among the world's best cooks!
Meet Your Neighbors
4 out of 5 are looking at the camera - not bad!
It's PLAY TIME in our dachshund yard!
This is a great place to have
your morning coffee and paper
while watching the cows come in from the river
Sunrise over the horseshoe
We offer lawn games such as
badminton, volleyball, and croquet,
and hammocks perfect for afternoon reading and napping
Chickens and Ducks
Newly hatched chicks at Splendor Farms
Newly hatched ducklings at Splendor Farms
B&B guests enjoy a bountiful
"farm-style" breakfast featuring
organic eggs produced by our very own hens
Trimming a chicken's wings
with help from guests
Carlos, our rooster, saying hello to a new day
After spending the day fishing, horseback riding, tubing, or antique shopping on Lee Lane in nearby
Covington, enter a relaxing poolside retreat at Splendor Farms
or spend the day poolside with lunch under the cabana
The poolside area has a deck
with plenty of lounge chairs...
...and a covered cabana with
picnic table and hammocks
Fruit & Vegetable Gardens
Splendor Farms provides many
micro-greens, shoots, and sprouts
to area health food stores and restaurants
Here's where we grow 6 varieties
of heirloom tomatoes for area restaurants
A guest helps me pick fresh
tomatoes for a dinner salad
I taught this guest a lesson!
(in broccoli growing)
Beautiful spring Snow Pea
shoots ready to harvest
for Dakota restaurant in nearby Covington, Louisiana
These two brothers were abandoned by their mom. Splendor Farms has added them to our latest addition, our petting zoo!
Another new addition to the farm - Meat Producing Boer Goats! The buck placed first in the American Meat Goat Association competition recently in Huntsville, Alabama. His herd is MawMaw Chanel, up close, then little Cisco, sisters Jano and KayKay, and Vivien Leigh (sassy long ears!) They follow you around like dogs! Don't worry, Cisco will become a weather and the girls will be providing us with meat stock next fall! Welcome to Splendor Farms, Buck and his ladies!
Billy and Bob are brothers and love to eat animal crackers!
Well, Roberto and his sons have built the Taj Mahal of goat houses!
I'm surprised they didn't add a second floor!
What was supposed to be a little leanto
has become a $2500.00 project. Roberto sure takes pride in his work!!
Life on the Farm
Everyone takes their time
leaving Splendor Farms! We had over 40 Canadian geese stay
with us this winter, and these 3 were the last ones hanging
around. And did you notice the Great Grey Heron on the left
behind the pond? (Great!) The horse is Breeze,
taking a leisurely drink from one of our stock ponds.
Larry McKinney of Richardson, TX spent one morning learning how to shoe a horse! Mr. Keen was fun to watch and Lightning loved the extra attention!
On his way back from birdwatching, Larry stops to visit with Captain.
Snow, Beautiful Snow!!
Splendor Farms poolside looked like this on December 12, 2008
Winter Wonderland on the farm
Feeding time in the snow!
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SPENDOR FARMS B&B, AS WELL AS GUEST COMMENTS!!!