Whether you find yourself at the Myrtles in search of the perfect getaway to relax and unwind or you're visiting in hope of having a paranormal experience or encounter, our Bed & Breakfast has 18 distinctively different accommodations to comfortably meet the needs of any of our guests. Each stay includes a complimentary Daily Mystery Tour and Breakfast (due to limited space available, Evening Mystery Tours are not complimentary).
The drama of The Myrtles Plantation began in 1796 when General David Bradford, also known as "Whiskey Dave" of the Whiskey Rebellion, fled the United States to avoid arrest and imprisonment. Bradford arrived at Bayou Sara, then a Spanish Colony, and obtained a land grant of 650 acres from the Baron de Corondelet to begin a new life. In 1820 The Myrtles was sold to his son-in-law, Judge Clarke Woodruff, who remodeled the mansion.
In 1992, the proprietress of the Myrtles photographed what appeared to be a slave girl standing between two of the buildings on the plantation. The insurance company had required photographs to be taken that would show the distances between the buildings to aid the underwriters in rating a fire insurance policy for the plantation. The National Geographic Explorer filming crew determined that the photograph definitely contained what appeared to be an apparition of what they believe to be a slave girl - thus the legend of Chloe began. Other strange images have been captured by many guests at the plantation.