Huckabuck Village in Historic Treme

Bed & Breakfast - Private room · St Philip St, New Orleans, LA 70116, United States

The Space

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.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1.5
Beds: 1
Extra people: No Charge
Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Weekly Price: $699 /week
Cleaning Fee: $30
Check In: 3:00 PM
Check Out: 12:00 PM (noon)
Cancellation: Moderate

Overall Guest Satisfaction

Check In
  • It was a delight to stay at Huckabuck Village during our visit to New Orleans. Its location in historic Treme, just a few blocks from the French Quarter, allowed considerable ease in visiting the important landmarks and activities of New Orleans. The facility offered all of the amenities that we needed to be comfortable. It was quiet, clean and well maintained. The home is a century and a half old, so there is a real sense of history while staying there. Most of all, the host, Liberty, was wonderful: friendly, interesting and informative.

    While the neighborhood is still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and looks spotty in some places, we never felt uncomfortable while walking around even during the night hours.

    April 2014
  • We had a great time in New Orleans and part of it was due to the recommendations and help from Liberty.
    We enjoyed staying with the Rashad family in the historic Treme neighborhood. Huckabuck Village in walking distance to the French Quarter and many restaurants and music venues. Although we didn't have a chance to use them, they also have bikes for guests to use.
    Breakfast was also very pleasant. The weather was warm, so we were able to eat outside in the garden.
    If you are interested in staying with a very friendly, helpful family, I would recommend Huckabuck Village.

    April 2014
  • We loved staying with Liberty. She's a wonderful person with an amazing house. This was our first trip to Nola and staying here really enhanced our experience. Liberty was able to give us several tips on things we might have otherwise missed out on.

    April 2014
  • Mark and I could not have asked for a better place to stay. Liberty's home was clean, inviting and just so cool. I loved the high ceilings and It was an easy walk to see what New Orleans has to offer or to catch the bus or trolley - even (email hidden) child in a carrier. Liberty is very friendly and was a tremendous help when our child ended up with a double ear infection. With her help we were able to get to an urgent care right before it closed. My husband and I had and great time despite Marian's ear infection thanks to Liberty and her beautiful home (and courtyard.)

    March 2014
  • This is a magical home, so infused with colour and culture. Liberty and Pops are so gracious and helpful and kind. We LOVED zipping around on the bikes, enjoyed the funky courtyard, and the location is great. We left only b/c our hotel was paid for, otherwise we would have preferred to stay in Treme with these great folks. Also- a very comfortable bed, with our own bathroom to boot! Thanks again for a memorable stay!

    March 2014
  • My girlfriend and I stayed at Huckabuck Village for four nights the first week of March and we absolutely loved it. Liberty and Pops were wonderful hosts and we loved starting our days in the kitchen chatting with them about other travels, food and local spots and music to check out. The tasty breakfast was an added bonus and so convenient. The room and private bath were perfect and the rest of the house was lovely with jazz music playing at all times of the day. We had a nice 10 min to the heart of the French Quarter or to Frenchmen street and the option to walk through Louis Armstrong Park. One morning we borrowed the bikes and rode up Esplanade Ave, a really nice route, to City Park. I was told before our trip to make sure and talk to the locals, take that one-step further and stay with the locals!

    March 2014
  • 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!

    February 2014
  • 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!!!!

    February 2014
  • 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!!

    February 2014
  • 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.

    February 2014
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Hi I'm Liberty! I absolutely love hosting folks who come to New Orleans especially those who are eager and open to leaning about this fascinating city. Hope you will consider joining us here at Huckabuck Village.
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