Beautifully appointed private room with Queen Size bed, private bath with balcony and magical skyline view of downtown New Orleans in an historic Creole Treme Townhouse. Equipped with Wifi and Cable TV,
Huckabuck Village was built in 1857 during the early developmental Hey Day of the neighborhood known as Faubourg Treme'. All of its original Italianate architectural features designed by the ship captain builder have been preserved. You will be able to take a step back in time and enjoy a relaxing, artistic and holistic environment in the house and courtyard replete with fountains and a pond.
Huckabuck Village is centrally located in Tre'me' between the French Quarter and the Fairgrounds/Jazz Fest making it ideal for easy access to many of New Orleans attractions, festivals and activities. We are within walking/biking distance to Armstrong Park, the French Quarter, Canal Street parade route, the CBD, City Park, Jazz Fest, restaurants and many cultural attractions.
Two community bicycles are available for guests to use and there is public transportation available in four different directions from the house. Free on-street parking is also readily available.
Huckabuck Village is a friendly and easy going household with hosts who are invested in making your stay a success. We are full of suggestions for music venues, restaurants and cultural attractions and love to help you have an enriching New Orleans experience. A Creole Continental breakfast is served daily in addition to offering guests light cooking kitchen privileges.
We had a fantastic time at Huckabuck Village with Liberty and Pops. It was our first Mardi Gras experience and Liberty gave us great tips on food, transportation, activities, and also talked about the culture of New Orleans. The house was lovely and very clean. The breakfasts were amazing, with a wide variety of delicious things to eat, including croissants, fresh bread, cheeses, jams, butter, and fruit. The bed was large and soft and the bathroom was clean and comfortable.
It's a safe and easy 15-minute walk to the French Quarter, so no need for taxis. A bike can be rented, but we chose to walk instead.
We'll definitely try to be back, it was a great experience!
Me and my girlfriend came to NOLA for a 3 day vacation and it was amazing. Without Liberity and Pops we would not of had such a great time. Staying with them was the best decision we have ever had. The recommendations of food, night life, and transportation made all the difference. And their home! ITS SO DAMN AMAZING!!!!! if we ever come back to NOLA, and we will, We will be definitely staying with them!!!!
Everyone Stay Here...Liberty & Pops are two amazing folks and great host with many recomendations and knowledge of New Orleans! We felt like we were staying with friends!
As soon as we got there we felt right at home, plus Liberty was baking some very delicous brownies so the house smelled delicous! It's only a mile to the French Quarter which is a quick 20 minute walk. On the walk you pass the Louis Armstrong Park, I recomend walking through the park, very nice!
Huckabuck Village is great and we will be back! It's beautiful, clean, Liberty provides a great healthy breakfast that caters to all food preference, a cozy out door seating that's lit up at night, parking for cars outside and is close to the French Quarter!
Thank You, this was a trip that Sean and I will always remember and you guys will be apart of that memory:) Hope to see you in the Detroit area soon!!
What a wonderful stay! Liberty and Pops are wonderful hosts and happy to share where to go, what to eat, and what to hear. Beautiful historic home, room was perfect.
I had the trip of a lifetime at Huckabuck Village with Liberty and Pops! They are the most warm and open people who genuinely enjoy and invest in the people around them. I felt honored and privileged to be included in some of their local neighborhood gatherings and looked forward to chatting over breakfast each morning.
Both Liberty and Pops are living encyclopedias on the Treme and the hidden gems of New Orleans. The house is located in the historic Treme neighborhood (not to be missed!) and is an easy walk to the more touristy French Quarter. Other downtown and midtown neighborhoods aren't far away and I had a straight shot uptown to the park as well.
Huckabuck Village itself is a treasure of the Treme, with stories all her own. High ceilings, beautiful 'bones' and a back garden to die for. Liberty is an art connoisseur and the house is blanketed with funky relics and work from local artisans. Jazz music is also a constant fixture; Liberty has amazing musical tastes and will happily recommend local gigs worth catching! My room was also lovely, with a super comfy bed and all the creature comforts accounted for: water, towels, blankets, and even maps and magazines of the area. I was surprised that on one of the coldest days (mid 20s-low 30s) of the year, my room was toasty warm. The house clearly breathes well, despite its age.
Ultimately, you really can't afford to miss Huckabuck Village and I look forward to my next stay with Liberty and Pops.
This was my first experience with a B&B and also with Airbnb. I have to say it was an excellent experience. Our flight was delayed and we got in pretty late night. Because our planes were so late we only had minutes to catch our layovers so that meant no meals. We were starving by the time we got in and wondered where to get food. Because the city had been closed due to the ice storms there was nothing open. Liberty was so kind and made us a quick meal at 10pm. It was really so very sweet of her because she really didnt have to. She didnt want us to go to bed hungry so she fed us. So sweet.
The next morning we saw that she had put out a yummy spread of croissants, cheeses, yogurt fresh fruit and red plum jam! Yummy. We had a good breakfast and were off to explore. She gave us suggestions on where to eat and where to go to hear music. We stuffed ourselves with NOLA food. Her and Pops were very, very kind and I felt very comfortable going home to there every night. The room we had was very clean and the decor all over the home was lovely. We would have lengthy conversations about many different topics and we compared notes about different cultures and traditions and I enjoyed this immensely. We had really great conversations over a cup of tea and this was most enjoyable.
I can't think of anything I disliked.
Well, maybe the water bugs, but luckily there weren't ANY in the home. But there are plenty in the city. Ick.
We had a wonderful time at Huckabuck Village. The space is beautiful and welcoming, definitely clean but homey. The garden is lovely, even in the "winter". Liberty is a great host if you want advice on things to do, places to eat, or want to know more about the history and culture of the place you're visiting. Our trip was richer for the time spent here.
W decided to stay with Liberty because all the previous guests fell in love with her and Pops. Sure enough, so did we! Lovely house, lovely neighbourhood, lovely people!
We stayed at Liberty´s home for two nights over New Year´s Eve and it felt like staying at a good friend´s place; we very much enjoyed talking with our hosts during breakfast and the room (quite big and very cozy) and bathroom were just perfect :-) I would recommend Liberty´s place to anyone travelling to NOLA - the location of the house is quite well too: though the neighbourhood is not too fancy it is within easy walking distance to the French Quarter; we enjoyed being so close to the action while still having a quiet place to sleep at night :-) I would love to come back one day.
We had an amazing stay in the very special home! Liberty & Pops were so sweet and wonderful! So happy to have found this little gem in Treme. It was a very memorable part of our trip. I would absolutely stay here again!