Stay in the heart of the Marigny Triangle! Just two blocks to the French Quarter and Frenchmen st, the center of the New Orleans music scene. Our warm two story guesthouse is filled with old New Orleans Storyville charm. Sleeps 4-6 comfortably.
Built in the early 1800s, this guest home is quintessentially New Orleans. With exposed brick walls and French Doors that look out onto a balcony over a shared courtyard, it is truly serene. Decadent in decor, the open floor plan features a Queen bed and two twin beds upstairs in the bedroom with a day bed and a couch downstairs in the living room. Also includes a fully equipped kitchen, and a private entrance.
Guests will have access to shared Courtyard. Fully equipped Kitchen. Balcony overlooking courtyard. Private washer and Dryer. The best music and food New Orleans has to offer within walking distance.
Interaction with guests
We live in the main house, across the large courtyard. We check our guests in and are readily available for any recommendations or assistance needed in exploring our beautiful city. We interact as much or a little as our guests request.
Other things to note
We love our city, we are happy and excited to share it with others.
License or registration number17STR-03943
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We ask our guests to be respectful and conscientious of our neighbors and tenants that are sharing the courtyard. No smoking inside, no pets (sorry)
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
My wife and I are two young professionals who love our city and are happy to share it with fellow travelers. Participating in AirBandB helps us restore our 100 year old home and share its history with others.
When we decided to add our guest houses to Airbnb we wanted to make sure that they represented what we love about old romantic/mischievous New Orleans. The exposed brick, vibrant colors and architecture are some of these aspects. Sitting in the courtyard at night you can even sometimes faintly hear the brass bands playing songs on Frenchmen St. that have been passed down through generations. We love our city and we hope you will too.