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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"Excellent property. Right in the heart of the French quarter. Balcony was great for people watching. Really liked the attention to detail to include the NOLA and music themed artwork and accents throughout the property. Would rent this place again."
Guest: Jreed421Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: May 8, 2015
"I've stayed at a lot of different places in New Orleans over the years and this house was incredibly charming.
First of all, for those who may be confused about the layout of the house, the house is a shotgun house. A shotgun house is a narrow residence, usually no more than 12 feet wide, with rooms arranged one behind the other and doors at each end of the house. This style was incredibly popular in New Orleans and throughout the southern US after the civil war up until the great depression. This means to get to one room, you have to go through the others (so you better like who you are staying with). If you are staying in a group of people and want privacy, this may be an issue. However, if you want to experience a traditional New Orleans house then this is perfect.
The photos don't do it justice. The house has incredibly high ceilings and it actually much bigger on the inside than it appears from the photos. The kitchen is massive and has a ton of appliances, there is a washer-dryer in the house and a cute little patio courtyard in the back.
There are two rooms with double beds but the couch is huge and wide. A friend and I passed out on the couch one night watching TV and were both able to sprawl out comfortably. There is a lot of floor space in the rooms and you could easily put an air mattress down, too.
The house is within walking distance to Frenchmen Street and some great restaurants. The quarter is a little further but still a reasonable walk. If you want to go to Canal Street or to the other side of the quarter though then you may want to call an Uber (if you don't know what that is, it's an app you can download on your smart phone and then request a driver, it's cheaper than a cab) because a cab is a little more pricey.
All in all, our stay was wonderful and we all loved it."
Guest: Desiree O.Date of Stay: November 2015Review Submitted: November 12, 2015
"What a beautiful apartment in a convenient and lovely area! We absolutely loved this place! Everything about the apartment is welcoming and unique. The high ceilings and big rooms make this property seem much bigger than a one bedroom apartment. There are two other apartments in the house (a two bedroom and a three bedroom), but this one is front and center. We expected the smallest apartment to be tucked around back, but you enter this space through the front doors to the house. The electronic locks on the two doors entering the property made everything so easy. Love that! The kitchen has everything you could need--and there was even some coffee. When we arrived around 10:00pm on a Tuesday, there were a couple of things that were not as we expected them to be. We made a call to the innkeeper, and she took care of everything immediately. The owner called the next morning to make sure we were satisfied with everything, and the innkeeper came by--with a gift!--to see if we needed anything else. We were impressed with their responsiveness over something that wasn't even a big deal. We felt VERY well cared for.
We found SO many treasured experiences in New Orleans. Here's our list of things to not miss: St. Charles Streetcar (House is less than a block away.)--Drinks at Barrel Proof on Magazine Street (Hipster hang out :-) --Dinner at Kingfish in the French Quarter (Amazing food and service.)--Brunch at The Ruby Slipper in the CBD (Brandy Milk Punch--Yum!)--Amazing food, drinks, and music at The Three Muses on Frenchmen Street (Make a reservation.)--Meaningful Moments & Excellent Experiences at the WWII Museum (We spend an entire day here. Don't miss it.)--The Abita Brewery Tour across the lake (And the 20-mile bridge over water was fun too!)
We will be back with friends and stay here again in one of the bigger apartments. We can't say enough great things about the city, this property, and the people who manage it. Well done!"
Guest: Susan M.Date of Stay: October 2015Review Submitted: October 27, 2015