What a amazing place to stay with an amazing history behind the house. House is very well kept and modern feel. Who Dat Cafe one block away for great coffee and breakfast. Located very close to frenchman street which is very artsy but great feel. You will want to uber to bourbon st as it would be a hike to get there. I will stay here again.
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Love the area and never a dull moment . Morning skip to a breakfast spot or hanging at the favorite local bar . Owners warm and inviting and great taste... We will be booking this lovely place again. Another BIG BIRTHDAY wknd getaway
We found this place a perfect home base for our family vacation to New Orleans. The location is only a few blocks from Frenchman Street, which we found the best area to have dinner. The French quarter is just a couple blocks more but it was a mad house with St. Patrick’s Day when we were there, so we were glad to be staying in a quieter part of town. One block from the cottage is a place called Who Dat Cafe, where my wife and I went every morning for coffee outside while our teenager kids slept in.
The cottage was clean and spacious enough for the family. We have two teenage boys and one ended up sleeping on the sofa – which apparently, he liked. It has a full kitchen which we used quite a bit and a full size washer and dryer. Also, I love the way this place is decorated – minimalist and stylish. Over all, it felt a lot like home.
What really impressed me was the owners hospitality. They thought of everything I think. All the soaps, dish detergent, paper towels, laundry detergent, Netflix, etc. But what really got me was the way they load the fridge with the essentials (eggs, milk and butter). We had already done some shopping at the nearby Natural Foods grocery store but seeing that they set us up with this stuff made me feel like they really cared about our stay and I really appreciated it.
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We were looking for a more authentic experience so we chose to stay in a private home versus a hotel. The location ended up being perfect! A few minutes walk to the French Quarter and also only a few blocks to Frenchmen Street, where we ended up spending all our nights.
The design of the home was a very cool mash-up. Quality in the details. It was immaculate and it had all of the comforts we needed and more. We didn’t cook that much, but it was nice to have a real kitchen to make breakfast in since we found the organic market a few blocks away. Plus, we were walking distance to the hip restaurants in the Marigny and the Bywater. Didn’t even have a chance to use the Apple TV/Netflix. The patio was very cute and a nice place to sit and have a cup of the local (yummy!) coffee in the quiet of the morning.
The owners were extremely helpful and accommodating and their guide is awesome! We’re already planning our return trip with friends!
I was surprised at what a great location this actually is since I didn’t know the area beforehand, but it was right next to the French Quarter so I thought I’d give it a shot. WAY better than staying in the Quarter—close but far. And quiet. The house was amazing: an antebellum Creole cottage on the outside and a chic modern loft on the inside. Comfort. And details. Loved the exposed brick. Loved the clawfoot tub. Loved the amenities. It had everything we needed and more!