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

Recent Mid-City reviews

  • Wonderful space, perfect location

    "This cottage is a great space - very clean and comfortable for the three of us who stayed for a long weekend. The location is great! Beautiful and safe neighborhood and just a quick ten minute ride to anywhere we wanted to explore. There is also a great area within walking distance that offers a few restaurants, a coffee shop, wine bar and grocery store. Mike and Greg were wonderful - very friendly and accommodating. We will definitely stay here again during our next trip to New Orleans. Highly recommended!"
    Guest: Ryan S. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 24, 2016
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  • Fabulous House close to Everything

    "We spent 4 days in this beautifully furnished and equipped home only 6 minutes drive from the French Quarter and 10 minutes from Tulane/Loyola. It is centrally located on a fairly quiet street. The beds were comfortable, the master shower huge and the dining/living area very spacious. Eight people or more could easily stay there. The kitchen is fully equipped and the owner was prompt to respond to all questions. Decorations and finishes of the property were top notch. The home was much nicer than the pictures showed it to be. We will definitely be back."
    Guest: Mike Moran Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 18, 2016
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  • Graduation Excellence!

    "My family and I stayed in this beautifully decorated, clean and spacious apartment. It served us perfectly for we were in town for Tulane University's graduation 2016. The rooms were not only comfortable, they were very spacious. All linens, bath towels and accessories were included along with laundry items.I loved the idea of a full washer/dryer available for our use. The kitchen was stocked with many cooking utensils and spices etc. The owners were pleasant and respectful. We were able to communicate with them at ease, they were most forthcoming with information when we requested it. The unit is perfectly located for any and all of NOLA's experiences! We would love to be able to come and stay again and highly recommend . For the most part, we parked our vehicles and ubered all over town. We were able to meet some very personable and lovely people with interesting backgrounds and offered us great tips on NOLA."
    Guest: Deborah M. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: May 18, 2016
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  • Great location for fun and relaxation in New Orleans!

    "We loved staying at the Fest Nest for an entire week and felt it was SOOO much better than staying in a hotel or down in the French Quarter. We ended up only spending two days in downtown New Orleans (1 day in the French Quarter and 1 day in the Garden District) because we found so many other things to do in other parts of New Orleans and the surrounding areas, as well as within 15 minutes of this property. The Fest Nest is located in a wonderfully historic, quiet, residential neighborhood of New Orleans. It is well stocked with plenty of bed/bath linens as well as kitchen utensils and dishes; the only supplies we bought were food since we opted to eat breakfasts and cook some dinners there (Costco is 10 minutes by car; Winn Dixie and Rouses Market are 5 minutes). The unit is very clean, comfortable, and cozy; loved the cheery, bright, New Orleans style decor throughout. We spent an entire day just exploring the surrounding neighborhood on foot and thoroughly enjoyed the Parkway Bakery & Tavern (poor boy sandwiches and bread pudding), Bayou Beer Garden, and Pandora's Snowballs. The property is also just a few blocks from 6 other restaurants, a coffee house, a food market, and a laundromat. Another day we walked up to the City Park (15 minutes) to visit the Botanical Gardens, a Sculpture Garden, and the Morning Call Coffee Stand (open 24 hours for your beignet fix); this park is huge with ponds and walking trails as well as the New Orleans Museum of Art, a storyland/amusement park for young children, and mini golf (seriously, you should definitely check out this park!). On the way there, we stopped and explored St. Louis Cemetery #3, one of the many above-ground cemeteries that New Orleans is famous for (also a popular stop with tour groups). When we did venture down to the French Quarter, we took the streetcar that leaves from just outside the front of the City Park (have exact change in cash) there and back; it's a great public transportation option and much easier and cheaper than trying to find parking downtown. Another day we drove to the Garden District but found out later we could have easily used the streetcar system to go there as well. Due to this property's location, It is entirely possible to visit New Orleans without renting a car but if you do, the Fest Nest conveniently provides an off-street parking spot. We highly recommend making this wonderful property your home base during your time spent in New Orleans!"
    Guest: Mike S. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 1, 2016
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