Spacious room with King Size Bed and private bath in an historic Creole Treme' Townhouse. Wifi and Cable TV, walking/biking distance to Armstrong Park, Congo Sq., French Quarter,City Park and Frenchman St. corridor,Canal Street parade route, the CBD, City Park, and Jazz Fest.
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 Treme' between the French Quarter and the Fairgrounds/Jazz Fest making it ideal for easy access to many of New Orleans attractions, festivals and activities.
A community bicycle is available for guests to get around and there is public transportation available in four different directions from the house. Free On-street parking is also readily available.
As a guest of Huckabuck Village you can expect to enjoy friendly easy going 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.
Guests at Huckabuck Village will receive a key and be free to come and go as they choose. Access to the rest of the house includes kitchen with light cooking privileges (frig, toaster oven and microwave) and dining area. Coffee and a Creole Continental breakfast will be available daily for guests at their leisure between 8-10am.
Two bikes are also available for guests with a refundable deposit of $50 each.
Liberty and Pops made us feel very welcome. It is clear that Liberty loves to host guests at her beautiful home and share her love of New Orleans. She provided us with lots of choices for breakfast and we had the option of sitting out in her lovely courtyard behind the house.
The smell of Jasmine was thick in the air. Liberty provided us with two working bikes so we could bike to City Park and gave us lots of advise regarding the Jazz Fest. She and Pops are there to help their guests have a great experience in NOLA. Keep in mind that Treme is a bit of a hoof to French Quarter, so we often walked one way and then took a cab back which was easy and inexpensive. Also, NOLA is a very bike friendly city, so it was an advantage not to have a car.
My girlfriend and I had an amazing time in New Orleans. Liberty and Pops were great hosts. Very hospitable. Although we did not spend very much time at the house because we were running around for French Quarter fest, the accommodations were great and the house was beautiful. I would definitely recommend staying here and I would love to go back.
Liberty was a great host - not only attentive to my wife and I, but our young son as well. She set us up with an early morning cab (and woke up with us around 4 am to make sure it came) as we made our way out of town. Her place is beautiful too, which is also a huge plus.
We recently stayed at Huckabuck and had an overwhelmingly positive experience! Liberty and Pops were warm and welcoming, and the neighborhood was very friendly. The daily homemade breakfast was delicious and a much-appreciated break from all of the heavy restaurant food. The rooms were clean, and comfortable. An added bonus was that the house is located a short 10-15 minute walk from the French Quarter, which made getting there and back incredibly easy, whether walking, biking, or taking a taxi. We greatly enjoyed our stay and would absolutely book here again!
If ever we come back to New Orleans, we definitely know where we will be staying! We only have words of praise and appreciation for Liberty, Pops and their home. We were made to feel at home at all times - our hosts were extremely welcoming and helpful; they provided us with great tips about new orleans and they were really kind and generous.
The house is beautiful (sitting in the garden for breakfast felt like a dream). Liberty offered us a delicious and healthy breakfast every morning, which included tropical fruits. We could use the house's bikes to easily move around the city, free of charge.
In short, 100% recommended!
The highlight of our stay! First time staying at a BNB and frankly can't image they could all be this great. My girlfriend and I were blown away by how stunning the house was, the bed was great, the breakfast was healthy, fruit filled and apparently (as I don't drink it) had the best coffee "ever". Liberty is a sweetheart, and has such warmth and passion when talking about the great city of New Orleans. We never would have experience Super Sunday (which really made the trip) and never would have experienced such an amazing area if we hadn't stayed. If we learned one thing it was do not spend ALL your time in the French Quarter. Stay here, enjoy other parts of the city, and enjoy the great hosts (Pops was a very nice fellow, we had a pleasure meeting). Very difficult to explain how special the time we had was ...
Liberty and Pops are warm and welcoming people who made us feel at home. The house is beautiful, our room was colorful and the bed (and pillow!) were very comfortable. The coffee was great, breakfast hit the spot, and Liberty and Pops were generous with their time and experience when we needed suggestions for our plans for adventure. The courtyard was beautiful. We borrowed their rain gear and umbrella when needed, and travel was made easy with their input. I'm grateful we decided on Huckabuck.
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I absolutely love hosting folks who come to New Orleans especially those who are eager and open to learning about this fascinating city. Hope you will consider joining us here at Huckabuck Village.