ANTEBELLUM GUEST HOUSE

An Old New Orleans experience, casual yet opulent, a blend of history and hospitality.  We offer a grand New Orleans style breakfast, period rooms furnished in antiques and luxury linens.  An Iconic New Orleans courtyard with fountains, hot tub and romantic gardens.  Conveniently located on the edge of the French Quarter and the street car […]

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TERRELL HOUSE

The Terrell House has been described by guests as “an oasis in the heart of historic New Orleans…. achieving a perfect balance between elegance and comfort. Built in 1857 for Richard Terrell, a wealthy cotton broker originally from Natchez, Mississippi, the Terrell House is a grand three story Italianate stucco-over-brick mansion. The main house features […]

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HH WHITNEY HOUSE ON THE HISTORIC ESPLANADE

The HH Whitney House is ideally located on historic Esplanade Avenue, midway between the Mississippi River and City Park, which boasts 1300 acres of nature trails, lagoons, bike and boat rentals, museums, gardens, sports complexes and other attractions.  It’s an easy 10 minute walk along the Avenue to the French Quarter or the Fairgrounds, which […]

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ASHTONS BED AND BREAKFAST

Ashton’s B&B, a historic New Orleans Bed and Breakfast offers luxury lodging in the charming Esplanade Ridge Historic District, just nine blocks from the French Quarter. Enjoy staying in this peaceful residential neighborhood, just steps to all of the renowned restaurants, wonderful museums and fun on Bourbon Street.

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MONROSE ROW

This meticulously restored 180 year old townhouse with a most charming lush courtyard offers four spacious two room suites with private baths. Situated in historic Faubourg Tremé, two blocks from the French Quarter and the new Rampart streetcar line, as well as an enjoyable ten minute walk to lively Frenchmen Street. Decorated with simple elegance, […]

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CHIMES BED & BREAKFAST

Five, visually unique, comfortably furnished guest rooms surround a brick courtyard in back of a large house. Tucked into a quiet Garden District/Uptown neighborhood with twenty restaurants within walking distance and the best shopping area in New Orleans, Magazine Street. The St. Charles Avenue Streetcar line, four blocks away, allows easy access to the French […]

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