Private wing with full bath, bedroom with memory foam queen size bed, joining a screened in porch for your personal use. Located in a 1914 large center hall bungalow located in a mid-city neighborhood called Faubourg St. John. This oak lined avenue is walking distance from City Park, New Orleans Museum of Art, the Jazz Festival Site, Blocks from restaurants, grocery stores, a wine shop, a book store, and coffee shops. Minutes from the French Quarter, the Superdome and the Central Business District. The owner/resident of this home is a New Orleans native, who is ready to greet you to her hometown.
Guests have access to two bicycles for a refundable deposit of $100 each, in cash or check. The cash or check deposit will be held during use of bikes and returned in full with the return of bikes in original condition.
Interaction with Guests
As much or as little as guests wants. I find most AirBnB guests appreciate the input of a native, which I have much knowledge and enthusiasm on New Orleans
I love the local feel of my neighborhood. There are restaurants, grocery stores, wine and coffee shops that neighborhood residents patronize. The streets are lined with beautiful old oaks among incredible architect, all just blocks from Bayou St. John and beautiful city park.
Public transportation is just blocks from the front door with the Regional Transit Authority bus line #91 to the French Quarter and the Canal streetcar at the entrance of City Park to take you on a leisurely tour down Canal Street to the French Quarter.
No Smoking. Registered guests only. Must clean up after use of kitchen. Empty refrigerator of perishable items before departure.
Denise has such a warm heart and spirit. She made her home our home. She also had a bike available (for a deposit) that my fiancé really appreciated. We also both loved the bagels and coffee!
Denise certainly fulfilled the description of a Super Host. She was very generous with her time and suggestions, and kind when she had to repeat her ideas. Her home is lovely, in such a superior neighborhood, in a wonderful city. Our visit was a truly joyful experience.
Pegg and Harry
Denise was a great host. She was very friendly and accommodating. Her house was very cool and it was in a good location.
Denise made is feel very welcome. She took the time to give us great advice on where to go, where to eat and where to find the best music. It was mardi gras so we could hardly go wrong, but with Denise's help we found the prime spots to view the best parades and avoid the tourist crush to catch the best music.
The room is great with a comfortable bed and plenty of space in the porch room to give us the feeling of privacy while still being able to enjoy the space of the kitchen and the beautiful front porch.
The location is great too, with good grocery stores, restaurants, bars and coffee places within walking distance. We walked to town too, and it's easy to get to the beautiful city park where you can also take a streetcar right into town.
Powder and Guy are such sweet dogs too. They were never any trouble and always appreciated any attention we gave them.
We'd definitely recommend Denise's place and wouldn't think of staying anywhere else in New Orleans.
We had great time in New Orleans. Our host was gracious and very helpful.
The accommodation was good and we are able to use other part of the house.
Over all, it was fun.
I stayed with Denise for a month, and she was a wonderful host! Her home is beautiful and felt very open to me while I stayed there. She helped me get around town by lending me a bicycle, and let me take full reign of her kitchens on nights where I wanted to cook at home. She was truly welcoming and considerate.
Denise's home is very welcoming. The house is located within walking distance of several good restaurants and coffee shops. Also within walking distance to a street car stop for easy access to other parts of New Orleans. We also enjoyed walking to City Park to see the museum, sculpture garden and trails.
I am a gallerist for over 30 years representing artist of the South, I am a native New Orleanian who thinks New Orleans is the greatest place on this earth, a dog lover who owns two of the sweetest pooches - a Whippet named Powder and a dachshund named Guy LeMieux. I live in an early turn of the 20th century home in the beautiful Faubourg St John neighborhood - its mid city New Orleans - Its an oak lined avenue. My front porch which is my favorite room of the house, is like swinging in a tree house. Of course, since I am a gallerist, my home is filled with art - my home is comfortable, inspiring and a great place to retreat.