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New Orleans Bed & Breakfast
3 Bedrooms / 3 Bathrooms / Sleeps 6

“ Excellent ”9 Reviews

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$89

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Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3
Sleeps:6
Type:Bed & Breakfast
Per night:$89 - $99
Per week:$623 - $693
Pets allowed:No
Internet:Yes

Owner operators Schuyler Hoffman and David Peterson invite you to relax and enjoy your stay in New Orleans in their traditional Creole Cottage. Originally built in the late 1800's, it was renovated in the mid 1990's. What we have tried to create is a home, not just bedrooms for ...

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Rustic and Rewarding

“ Excellent ”
October 28, 2014
Being next to the French quarter it is an older section of town and the area reflects it. A little intimidating at first if you are used to the hotel environment but don't let that stop you. Your hosts are very fun and accommodating, the self-serve breakfast in the small but quaint kitchen has a great variety of cereals (hot and cold), fruits, yogurts, bagels, English muffins and the like to choose from and the Grand Room (where we stayed) has high ceilings, plenty of room to refresh, relax and sleep in a nice, comfy bed after a day of sight seeing or pub-crawling at the nonstop party of Bourbon Street. There are lots of neat books in the living room and adjoining bedroom reflecting the owner's tastes on a variety of subjects ranging from building architecture to travel in Egypt. A basket in the foyer just inside the front door is loaded with pamphlets and brochures left behind by past guests of local and not-so-local attractions to put plenty of variety into a visit that may have contained doubt about being able to fill all the time allotted. A five-minute walk is all that's needed to be in the middle of some of the great music and eclectic experiences you have heard of while being drawn in to why people from all over the world seek out this corner of Louisiana. Or a ten-minute walk to the Mississippi River Riverfront where loading docks once stood but is now a great park and river walk area to reflect on what a huge presence that river had in our history. Parking is on the street outside but there is always a place for you on the narrow street. But be assured, your car is safe although you may have to brush up on parallel parking. We plan to visit New Orleans again and this is where we are going to stay. For the price this is a diamond in the rough and hope you seriously consider it yourself as we would thank ourselves daily that we found this gem instead of the usual hotel routine we normally default to.
Nancy Parlova, Tempe, Arizona

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Schuyler Hoffman
Schuyler Hoffman
Member since March, 2009