Get away – or jump right into the middle of the fun
Folk Art, antiques and FUN everywhere. . . We have created two (2) unique hideaways, ideal for travel & vacation rentals – Also, custom agreements can be made for group events such as weddings, parties, crawfish boils, and family get togethers – our listing titles (Folk Art Honky Tonk & Folk Art Barn) are easy to find on popular social media, such as Facebook, and, you can book them through Airbnb or VRBO
Folk Art Barn
Located on a tranquil 5-acre farm near Lafayette, the Folk Art Barn is unique, elegant and spacious – the perfect place for individuals to retreat or groups of friends to stay and enjoy South Louisiana together. Sitting directly across from the barn is The Whirlybird – our underground dancehall and honky tonk featured in Southern Living Magazine June 2011 – making the Folk Art Barn ground zero for fun.
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Folk Art Honky Tonk
The Folk Art Honky Tonk is a re-purposed creative dream: South Louisiana’s Jim & Christy brought a vintage Texaco train depot to Stonewood farm and converted it into a dynamic setting for artistic, social and cultural activities.
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Folk Art Tower
The Folk Art Tower – It’s the basics – sleep, toilet and a shower, and a place to make food. WAIT! It’s a LOT MORE than the basics. It’s our funky palace dedicated to Folk Art. And, did you know? Yes, you can LIVE INSIDE FOLK ART.
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The cool, secluded, screened in Whirlybird porch is a special place.
The 30's truck frame Steampunk Teardrop camper is a double bed for the The Folk Art Barn
The Vintage 1966 Fireball Camper at a distance.
Front door of The Folk Art Honky Tonk - The Whirlybird.
Folk Art Barn side door and garden.
The Folk Art Barn loves elephant ears.
The Folk Art Barn patio and entrance.
We have a pomegranite this year!
The bananas in The Whirlybird gardens are growing fast.
A vintage Lafayette train depot bench on "Tower" porch.
We built a bug hotel.
We are attempting to establish Robert Young bamboo out front.
The Stonewood sign garden on Hwy 182.
We are growing bamboo & native grasses at the gate.
We love the Live Oak trees.
We just planted a blood orange tree in the Spring of 2016.
And we planted roses in boxes.
Our favorite garden sculpture is "Lisa's head" - Thank you, Lisa.
Christy & Bill are solving world problems at the Whirlybird bar.
“Truly why we love airbnb. Locals who show their lives and make you a part of it. One of those never to forget travel experiences. Definitely go and get a deep dive Louisiana experience!”
RE: The Whirlybird – “a bit like going into a folk art museum-cum-pinball machine in order to shower.”
“To say that Jim and Christy are wonderful people would be an understatement. Their property is beautiful and you can tell they really care about preserving the houses and land.”