This cozy space is a wonder of post-Katrina recovery detailing. Finely finished doors, cabinets, and wood molding are made from Katrina debris. The hand-painted floors are a marvel of trompe-l'œil ingenuity. SPECIAL SUMMER PRICING!
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This apartment is ideal for two people, but can accommodate four if two do not mind using an Aerobed in the living room area.
The City of New Orleans requires that all Airbnb Hosts be licensed and issued a permit. The License Permit number for this listing is 17STR-08877.
Located in Northwest Carrollton, this apartment is 10 minutes from the French Quarter by car, 8 blocks from the streetcar line, 4 blocks from the bus, and 4 blocks from the world famous Rock 'n Bowl bar/bowling lane/and New Orleans music venue. Close to the uptown universities (Loyola and Tulane) and the restaurants and shops of the Riverbend area. Located in the lower half of owner-occupied residence. It has a shower in the bathroom, free wireless Internet, cable TV, kitchen, living room, bedroom with queen size bed. On-street parking. Quiet neighborhood. Very clean. Secure with wrought iron fence and locked gate.
Regular rates are $100/night with minimum 2 night stay.
One-night stay is $125 for one person/$135 for two persons.
$150 for special events, Mardi Gras, Essence, Jazz Fest and others.
Here's some more information from the owner and a recent guest:
Unless you have a car, you’ll probably need to take public transport to get to the French Quarter, Treme, the Bywater, or the Faubourg Marigny.
Nearby, however, is the world famous Rock ‘n’ Bowl Lanes, a mere four blocks away, with incredible local music every night of the week. The Olde College Inn Restaurant is next door to the Lanes, and Mikimoto Restaurant (Japanese) is two blocks further up Carrollton Avenue. Another neighborhood, Riverbend, with many restaurants and one of the best music venues in town (the Maple Leaf Bar on Oak Streeet) is about 25 minutes away by foot, down Carrollton Avenue toward the Mississippi River.
The buses take about 25 minutes to get downtown. The streetcar ride to downtown is scenic but 35+ minutes. The buses also don’t run late—though the streetcar does. The taxi at night runs about $17 to the French Quarter.
Guests who stay for a week or longer will have access to a washer/dryer for a one-time fee of $25.
Interaction with guests
The host is available for help with the apartment and able to offer detailed advice about the city whenever it is desired.
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No smoking! No drugs. No pets.
On street parking is plentiful, but please do not park on grass!