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Recent Louisiana reviews

  • A slice of paradise!!!

    "We just returned from a Father's Day extended weekend at the cabin on the lake. I recently graduated from graduate school (MSN) and was in need of recovery time and family time. Everything was great and the accommodations were perfect to suit our group of teens and adults. The A/C was cold, the beds were comfortable, the kitchen was well-stocked and everything was clean and inviting. The pier and fishing dock was fantastic and we spent a great deal of time enjoying the lake on the cove. We swam, fished, floated, and just hung out on the deck. The private boat ramp was an extra bonus, and my husband easily launched his boat and kept it in the boat slip overnight for the entire stay. The fishing at night from the deck was a special treat, and we caught several striped bass, crappie, and catfish. There were grocery stores, bait shops, gas stations, and even a few restaurants within approximately 5 mile driving distance. The roads are paved to the cabin and early morning walks were very peaceful. The owners were very gracious and accommodated our stay with short notice. I highly recommend this place as a "get away from it all" and "get back to nature" getaway. My family is looking forward to returning and making more memories! Thanks again Cynthia!"
    Guest: Francine P. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 21, 2016
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  • Beautiful Home - Great Location

    "This beautiful and very comfortable home is in a quiet residential neighborhood ... just far enough away from the noise and clamor of the Quarter, while still being conveniently close enough to everything you want to see and do in New Orleans. Whether you want the party-all-night atmosphere of The French Quarter and Bourbon Street, or the more laid back live music blues/jazz clubs of Frenchmen Street, a bit of shopping in The Outlet Connection at Riverwalk, or the hustle and bustle of the open air French Market -- everything is 20 minutes or less by rental car. What worked for us was to drive into downtown NOLA and use one of the public all day parks for $5, then enjoy the trolley cars to get all around the city for a $3/24-hour pass on any of the lines. And if for some reason you didn't want to go into the city, the Arabi Café next door had great breakfast, lunch, dinner and conversation to satisfy everyone in the group. The property itself was very clean and well-maintained inside and out. Each of the three bedrooms had it's own private bath, plus there was a half bath in the common area."
    Guest: Juanda T. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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  • Fabulous

    "Great stay in a beautiful home! Beautiful views of the lake!"
    Guest: Allison F. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Third Time's a Charm!

    "LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Stayed here 3 times in the past 2 years & every time the trip gets better! Great location on the quieter side of the Quarter. But you're still on Bourbon Street, so people watching is fun! So close to everything yet far enough away to get a good night's sleep. Room feels much bigger than it's square footage due to the high ceilings. Loft bed & claw foot tub might be a problem for inactive seniors, but the futon on the floor isn't too bad on the back. EXCELLENT & CLEAN laundry facilities on the opposite corner make it possible to pack VERY lightly. I still suggest if you have several devices to charge, you might want to bring an extension cord. Theses are old buildings and some outlets might be hard to reach. I want to address some of the comments about bugs. Keep in mind that this is New Orleans, a below sea level city with very hot & humid conditions in the summer months. You might run into something here & there if visiting during those months. THEY ARE NOT BEDBUGS! THEY ARE NOT BITING BUGS! THEY WILL NOT MAKE YOU SICK! They are a part of warm Southern sub-tropical living. Don't leave food uncovered and sitting out & you most likely will not see any. There is a coffee pot, microwave, toaster & decent sized refrigerator, so eating out for every meal doesn't have to happen. Rouses market on Royal has a surprisingly great selection considering it's size. But with the money you save from not staying in a hotel you can splurge on a daily feast. I recommend Port of Call for the best burger around if you're craving something "home like" and Mona Lisa Italian Restaurant for the Bruschetta & Spinach lasagna. Both places are less than 4 small blocks away & VERY easy on the pocket-book! Coop's Place on Decatur has EXCELLENT local fare! There are also 2 places open 24 hours for awesome homemade eats. Quarter Master is on the corner & Verti Mart is around the corner. Both have delivery & menus are in the room. One block over & 2 blocks up is Cafe Envie (corner of Decatur & Barracks). This place has the BEST coffee and pastry/cookies! Breakfast in a go cup is an essential start to any long day & also kind to the wallet. Don't let the look of these suggestions fool you! Some of the best chefs are here! New Orleans is truly the best example of getting 5 star cuisine without the white tablecloth price! Remember that you can live anywhere in the World, but New Orleans is the ONLY city that lives in YOU! ENJOY YOUR STAY : )"
    Guest: Karyn G. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 18, 2016
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