We stayed here for a weekend getaway and it was perfect! Staff was super friendly and the grounds were gorgeous.
Very good location for visiting much of New Orlean, the included breakfast was always excellent, the rooms were comfortable, if a bit over the top 'shabby sheik', the bathrooms were old and could use an upgrade. The fountain in the courtyard, while nice, was loud as we were trying to sleep, as it ...
This is a cool, quirky property in a great location with an amazing host. Russell is so welcoming and accommodating. He had great restaurant recommendations, takes his time to show you around, and has other good advice about the city. The rooms are large and comfortable, but they are a little on ...
Nice accommodations. The room was comfortable. The communication and check in was all good, different, but good. The staff was helpful enough. The restaurant was great! Enjoyed a fantastic meal.
Clean, great quiet location within short walk of French Quarter. Nice private balcony was an added bonus. Staff was friendly and very helpful. Definitely will look up the NO Guest House for my next visit.
Wonderful original property. Owner extremely nice. Great location in garden district. Quiet street one block from St Charles trolley line.
Beautiful building, nice staff and excellent breakfast! Highly recommended.
Although the wait staff and breakfast meals were both outstanding, the managerial staff was rude and dismissive to me and my travel companion several times. In addition, the rooms look beautiful in their website photos, but in actuality, the condition of the room was disappointing - holes in the ...
New Orleans, the largest city in Louisiana, is famous for its musical heritage. This cultural melting pot gave birth to jazz music and is the home of Mardi Gras. The French Quarter and its world-renowned center, Bourbon Street, offers a vibrant mix of bars and restaurants, where you can enjoy a Hurricane cocktail and a bowl of gumbo.
The Big Easy is full of historic neighborhoods, making a New Orleans bed & breakfast the perfect base for your vacation. Expect plenty of period charm and a boutique experience, with many facilities offering free Wi-Fi, a Jacuzzi, and a coffee maker. Staying in a New Orleans B&B also means you’ll benefit from the local knowledge of the proprietor.
The Crescent City’s Warehouse District has a thriving arts scene that includes the Contemporary Arts Center and the Ogden Museum. The Garden District, filled with stunning revival mansions, and Downtown, home to the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, should also feature on your itinerary.