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Cozy Downtown Cottage in Historic Spanish Town

SuperhostDowntown, Baton Rouge, Louisiane
Cottage entier. Hôte : Randa
5 voyageurs3 chambres3 lits1 salle de bain
Logement entier
Vous aurez le logement (cottage) rien que pour vous.
Arrivée autonome
Vous pouvez entrer dans les lieux avec une boîte à clé sécurisée.
Randa est un Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes expérimentés qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et qui s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
Idéalement situé
100 % des voyageurs ont attribué 5 étoiles à l'emplacement du logement.
Our charming neighborhood houses the state capital and only 3 miles from LSU! This small home packs a big punch with off-street parking for 2 vehicles and a dedicated, private outdoor space perfect for humans and their furry friends to unwind. Our gourmet kitchen is stocked for all your cooking, baking or bar needs, or take to the streets for a plethora of bars and restaurants in walking distance. When you are ready to retire for the evening, our soft beds will be waiting.

Le logement
When downtime is needed, we have high speed internet, cable, Netflix and HBO at your disposal. Our funky neighborhood is idyllic for site seeing and contains a walking trail around the capital. The Saturday farmer’s market is only two blocks away, providing the ultimate occasion for local fare and fresh cooked brunch. For those who love to explore, you are in the heart of the action and the interstate is just a stone throw away. Your first pot of locally roasted coffee is on us, our treat.

Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the entire home and the private yard. The shed, one trunk and the kitchen cabinets above the refrigerator are locked for owner storage.

Autres remarques
There are two off-street parking spots in front of the house. A parking tag is needed for on street parking in the neighborhood and is not provided with the rental. Additional cars need to park in designated parking areas downtown.

We provide enough paper products and toiletries to last 1 week. Should you book a longer stay, you will need to provide these products for the remainder of your stay.
Our charming neighborhood houses the state capital and only 3 miles from LSU! This small home packs a big punch with off-street parking for 2 vehicles and a dedicated, private outdoor space perfect for humans and their furry friends to unwind. Our gourmet kitchen is stocked for all your cooking, baking or bar needs, or take to the streets for a plethora of bars and restaurants in walking distance. When you are ready…

Couchages

Chambre 1
1 lit queen size
Chambre 2
1 lit double
Chambre 3
1 lit simple

Équipements

Lave-linge
Sèche-cheveux
Fer à repasser
Parking gratuit sur place
Wi-Fi
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Chauffage
Extincteur
Équipements de base
Espace de travail pour ordinateur

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Downtown, Baton Rouge, Louisiane

Historic Spanish Town neighborhood was established in 1805, making it the oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge. It was first colonized after the Louisiana Purchase, when Baton Rouge remained a Spanish territory, hence the name. Eventually it became an American colony with antebellum homes, but after the Civil War, very few original homes remained. A few antebellum homes along North Street survived, but the majority of the neighborhood was destroyed and abandoned. There are still a few original homes dating prior to the Civil War that have been restored and are current residences. In 1910, Spanish town became a University community and the neighborhood began to soar. Lot sizes were changed, row houses appeared and new developments were created. The majority of Spanish Town's surviving buildings reflect the many variations of the bungalow style so prevalent in American architecture of the early 20th Century. In 1974, the HSTCA (Historic Spanish Town Civic Association) was established to “develop, preserve and protect the unique character of Spanish Town”. Spanish Town has attracted residents from all walks of life. In the 70’s and 80’s, the neighborhood was a thriving gay community. In 1981, the first Spanish Town Mardi Gras parade took place as a way for residents to “celebrate their difference”. The parade is now celebrated annually and has become the largest Mardi Gras parade in Baton Rouge. Each year it takes on a different theme, usually sarcastic and one that pushes boundaries. The neighborhood has since experienced gentrification, but the eccentric vibe remains that makes this neighborhood so enchanting. The neighborhood is also home to many yard flamingos, the official mascot. There is a tradition in Baton Rouge involving pink flamingos that originates from the celebration of Spanish Town Mardi Gras. Around the beginning of the Mardi Gras season, approximately two dozen large pink flamingos made of plywood are placed in the LSU Lakes, adjacent to LSU, to announce that the date for the annual Mardi Gras ball has been announced. It is a tradition to "kidnap" one of these flamingos, usually by taking a canoe out on the lake, and use it as a yard or home decoration. There is a unique sense of pride associated in having acquired one of these special flamingos. The residents of Spanish Town reflect its unique history. It is truly a joy to take a stroll and watch what unfolds- you will never meet a stranger.

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Historic Spanish Town neighborhood was established in 1805, making it the oldest neighborhood in Baton Rouge. It was first colonized after the Louisiana Purchase, when Baton Rouge remained a Spanish territory,…

Proposé par Randa

Membre depuis décembre 2016
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Recent graduate with Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition to become a Registered Dietitian. My travel partner is Kyle, the handsome man in my profile picture. My best friend that just upgraded to husband status! We got married November 2019 on our 8 year anniversary weekend! I love good coffee, wine and food. My trifecta for inner peace and serenity. We spend our "normal days" working hard on our careers, renovating homes, and hanging with our fur babies, who often travel with us. Harry is a golden retriever and Hercules is a husky. We are also AirBnB hosts for a cottage in Historic Spanish Town of Baton Rouge, Louisiana. I say this to say that we are lovers of homes and value them; we do not destroy them. We will treat your home with the respect we give our home. We feel our travel days are best spent being outside, being active, and experiencing the culture in which we have immersed ourselves. We love Airbnb because we can come back to a homie place and relax after long days experiencing a new place. Our travels have slowed in the last few years due to my rigorous program/clinicals. We look forward to traveling around again! Can't wait for our next adventure!
Recent graduate with Masters of Science in Clinical Nutrition to become a Registered Dietitian. My travel partner is Kyle, the handsome man in my profile picture. My best friend th…
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We are more hands-off and sometimes out of town for bookings. We have family nearby and friends in the neighborhood should an emergency arise while we are away. We are available for face time, calls, and always available for electronic communication.
We are more hands-off and sometimes out of town for bookings. We have family nearby and friends in the neighborhood should an emergency arise while we are away. We are available fo…
Randa est Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
  • Langue: English
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Règlement intérieur
Arrivée : Après 15:00
Départ : 11:00
Arrivée autonome avec boîte à clé sécurisée
Ne convient pas aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Sécurité et logement
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Détecteur de fumée
Caution - en cas de dommages matériels dans le logement, vous pouvez avoir à payer jusqu'à 222€

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