Charming and cozy new 2nd floor 1 BR guesthouse, with a large porch, city view, and walkable distance from the French Quarter. There is a shared street entrance, but private guesthouse entrance. Free wifi, Hulu and Netflix. We are across the street from Walgreens, and the new streetcar stops almost at the doorstep. There are so many dining and nightlife options nearby in the St Claude/Marigny/FQ to easily check out via streetcar, cab, uber, or just taking a pleasant stroll.
Entirely private guesthouse on renowned Frenchmen St. Walk 6 blocks, or take the new streetcar (the stop is right across the street) into the famous French Quarter, explore the Marigny, or enjoy the dining and nightlife in the up and coming St Claude corridor. The space is ideal for two people, but does include a pop-up sofa bed that can sleep two additional adults. Walgreens pharmacy is right across the street, in case you forgot any essentials.
Accès des voyageurs
The gate to the street is accessible by a passcode. The guesthouse is locked with a key.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We live right next door. I'm always a phone call or text message away. Please feel free to knock on the door if you need information about anything. I've worked in the French Quarter for more than a decade and am full of useful knowledge about this city.
On street parking.
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We will extend every courtesy to you because you are our guests; we hope to receive the same in return. We encourage you to go out on adventures and meet new people, but do not bring them back to our house. Absolutely no guests other than the renters or people who have been pre-approved by us. No smoking inside, there is a large back porch to lounge on with ashtrays provided. No pets.
My name is Mollie, I'm a part time bartender, a busy painter and a stay at home mom. I've lived in New Orleans since 2004, met my husband here in '06 and we have lived in our home since '09. I love to meet new people and share this beautiful city with them. There's never a dull moment in this town. Laissez les bons temps rouler!