8 bedrooms, 5.5 baths - walking distance to the French Quarter
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 60 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 30 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Pets allowed - With pre-approval only; additional fee may applyWith pre-approval only; additional fee may apply
Parties/events allowed - With pre-approval only; additional fee may applyWith pre-approval only; additional fee may apply
Max guests: 18
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Enhanced cleaning practices
The best house on the block !
This house is just amazing it is way better in person! The house is well kept and clean, I love that the kitchen was well stocked and had just about everything I need it. The house was spacious and the bedrooms and bathrooms were great as well it was the perfect amount of space for me and my party of 10. Jeff is an awesome host he responded and answered my questions in a timely fashion. The house manger Kevin was just so sweet and nice and answered any questions I had during my stay. Also they just added a pool and jacuzzi in the yard. We were able to use the jacuzzi which was a perfect add on to the stay. Overall this house is great I will be booking this house again!
Beautiful property - full of southern hospitality!
Jeffrey was the most accommodating host! Immediately responsive to questions and so very thoughtful! Home is stunning! I only wish we could have stayed longer! I hope to return one day to see the new pool and hot tub! Outdoor living area is perfect for entertaining!
Enhances the NOLA experience
The house was absolutely gorgeous. The pictures online don't do it justice honestly. The beds and couch were very comfortable. Kitchen was easy more stocked with pots, utensils, spices, etc. than we thought it would be. We had a very big group (16 people) so we were concerned it could get a little sticky if people wanted to take a nap or watch tv and other ppl still wanted to party but the house is so big this was never an issue. If you are looking for a place that gives you the historic feel and vibe of new orleans this is it.
This property couldn’t have been more perfect! From the first second that we stepped in, we were in awe. From the decor, to the size, to the multiple outdoor spaces, and extra touches...everything was perfection. 12 of us stayed here for 4 nights and we were still discovering things the last days. The owners do a great job of making sure guests have everything they need, including bug spray, extra towels and wash clothes, coffee and more. I’ve stayed in many properties in Nola but this one by far tool the cake. Can’t wait to come back again.
Incredible house, professional hosts
This house is unreal - one of the best VRBO houses I’ve ever stayed in. The house has a lot of New Orleans charm but seems to have been recently remodeled with no expense spared to treat its guests to modern conveniences. We were a group of 12 and each of us were in awe of the size and scale of the house and property. One of the best things we did was organize a crab and shrimp boil for the outdoor picnic table. The outdoor spaces are incredibly well maintained so highly advise using that! A big thank you to owner and property manager Jeff and Kevin for the hospitality
Just down river (east) from the French Quarter - stretching from Press Street to the Industrial Canal - is the Bywater, where the mood and pace shift as you enter into the heart of an edgier yet still welcoming neighborhood. The St. Claude Arts District, centered around St. Claude Avenue, is home to more than thirty locations exhibiting visual and performance art, along with an array of artisan crafts. Down Piety Street, the fun continues with restaurants, thrift stores and more galleries. Even the homes, cafes and restaurants seem to capture Bywater's eclectic appreciation for the arts.
Spend the afternoon at Crescent Park for some impressive views of downtown New Orleans and the Mississippi River. Afterward, you can thrift your way through the neighborhood before stopping in at an exhibition and finally making your way to dinner. The area's restaurants are among the most innovative in the city and are great places to sit with a cocktail and chat with locals.
Above all, the Marigny and Bywater neighborhoods illustrate the relationship between the New Orleans arts scene and local life. So whether you're looking for the New Orleans of old, or if you want see where New Orleans culture is headed for the future, the Faubourg Marigny and Bywater will offer you glimpses in either direction.
I've spent the last few years renovating an 1880s Greek Revival home in New Orleans. I love hiking and am on a quest to visit every national park - 53 down, 8 to go!
Jeff purchased this House in 2016