Adam and Eve Room

Room names at Bywater Bed & Breakfast came not by design but by "evolution." Since many Southern folk artists are inspired by Bible stories, Adam and Eve and the Garden of Eden are frequent subjects. Thus, with carvings by Cyril Billiot, paintings of a sweet garden or two, a hostile rendition by artist Jesse Mitchell, and a rather idiosyncratic one by west Louisiana painter Pauline Willis, the "Adam & Eve Room" acquired its name. This room has twin beds with cheerful yellow bed linens, side tables, the favorite armoire in the house, the usual sink, and a wicker chair and a book case.

Bed Size Twin (2)
Occupancy 2 Guests
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