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We have a great time here comfortable bed and amazing breakfast. They are extremely helpful and we definitely will be back . Is not close to the center but is very easy to travel around with busses or uber. The area is close to the...More
Absolutely fantastic few days with Peter and Ruby at their wonderful home from home. They made us feel incredibly welcome and treated us like friends, rather than customers. The house itself was beautiful, with something new to catch the eye every time you looked. I...More
We had a wonderful stay with Ruby and Peter. One of the nice things about Rose Manor, beside the wonderful breakfast, is that while it is out of the mayhem, it is sill close enough to everything. There are many nice restaurants all within walking...More
I love love loved my stay with Peter and Ruby at Rose Manor. Peter knows the area well and gave me some excellent tips to help me get the most out of my stay. Like, rather spend a little more on uber than waiting for...More
My husband and I had the pleasure of staying at this establishment for a few days. We absolutely loved our stay and the owners Peter and Ruby. We look forward to staying again, but next time not for business reasons. Thanks again for the wonderful...More
Lakeview extends inland from the shores of Lake Pontchartrain with much of the area reserved for family-friendly City Park. Home to the New Orleans Museum of Art, the Besthoff Sculpture Garden, Carousel Gardens Amusement Park, and the city’s own lush Botanical Gardens, City Park is a New Orleans gem and the perfect spot for outdoor fun with as much of a mix of culture and/or amusement as you would like. Beyond
City Park more great excuses to stay outside beckon, whether on land or by boat. Developed a good deal later than most other New Orleans neighborhoods, Lakeview has a distinctively different look and feel compared to other parts of the city. Fans of mid century modern design and contemporary architecture particularly enjoy leisurely drives around the residential streets of Lake Vista, Park Island and along Lakeshore Drive.
It is about 15 minutes in a car. I think public transportation (buses) is possible but I have not used it....so, not sure how far away is the bus stop and how long it would take to get into the downtown area. Do not... More
It is about 15 minutes in a car. I think public transportation (buses) is possible but I have not used it....so, not sure how far away is the bus stop and how long it would take to get into the downtown area. Do not hesitate calling Ruby and/or Peter (the owners) and asking them.....they will certainly know. Hope this helps.