Landry House Bed and Breakfast

An Experience In Southern Comfort

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199 Hector Lane

Grand Isle, LA 70358

985.787.2207 home

504.382.5179 cell

Pat Landry - Owner



Located among 200 year old oak trees, this three-bedroom house was built in 1931 by Hamilton and Olivia Landry for $6,000. The property was once part of the Barataria Plantation and is now a scenic and historical area.  All material for the house was brought to Grand Isle by boat.  The house was one of the first to have indoor plumbing and electricity.  Water was supplied by Mother Nature and stored in cypress cisterns.  Wood burning stoves were used for cooking until propane gas and stoves were brought to Grand Isle in the late 1930s.  The house was enlarged in the mid 1950s and refurbished in the spring of 1996 by Hamilton and Olivia's son, Pat. There are antiques and pictures in the house that date back to Hamilton and Olivia's marriage.


Come and enjoy the treasures of Grand Isle.

  • The golden sandy beaches of Grand Isle invite you to go crabbing, surf fishing or swimming.
  • You can stroll the beach looking for seashells or walk the tree-shaded lanes.
  • While you are on Grand Isle, ask for a walking tour of the over 100-year-old homes that have survived the storms of Mother Nature.
  • You can watch the pelicans, porpoise, snipe, seasgulls, kingfishers and the local fishing fleet from any vantage point. 
  • You can also charter a fishing trip inland or offshore, fish from the free fishing bridge and even visit Grand Isle State Park.
  • Enjoy the picturesque view of the Gulf of Mexico and Grand Terre Island, the location of historic Fort Livingston. 
  • But the best place to see it all may be from the beach at sunrise or on a dock along the bay at sunset.
Reservations made by phone calls or snail mail only.
Call for reservations today!



Landry House Bed and Breakfast

 The Landry House offers:
  • Bar-B-Que pit                                                    
  • Seafood cooking facilities
  • Picnic Table
  • Bricked patio area
  • Spacious yard
  • Screen porch
  • Outside shower 
  • Two bedrooms feature queen size beds, while another has a full size bed, all with distinctive furnishings.
  • The kitchen includes microwave, stove, refrigerator and cooking utensils. 
  • A full bath includes a cast iron tub with shower.                                           



  • $120 per night (double occupancy)
  • $10 per night for each additional person up to 6 people
  • Continental breakfast included

  • $120 per night (double occupancy)
  • $10 per night for each additional person up to 6 people
  • Continental breakfast included

Prices include rental of entire house.

Book for one week, pay for 6 days and get the 7th day free. 

Rates do not change for holidays and special events.

There is a 4 day minimum for holidays and special events.

No smoking or pets in the house.


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If you love Grand Isle as much as we do, follow the links below to discover novels written about the Grand Isle and Cheniere of long ago.  The author, Linda Corley, is my 5th cousin and has done a great job in depicting the lives of our ancestors in her books.  These books are available for sale in the Bed and Breakfast.  Linda's books can be ordered from her publisher at the following link using a search by author name.

The following links provide information on the many activities to enjoy on Grand Isle:

We are proud members of the following organizations:
Chamber of Commerce
Grand Isle Tourism
Bird Watchers Association

Gold fish

Web Site Built and Hosted By
Linda G. Corley, PhD