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The Degas House was an excellent change of pace for my wife and I this past weekend. We really enjoyed this surprisingly large historic home, and especially loved the warm breakfast that was cooked to order each morning. The staff was very friendly and ready...More
I had a great time hanging out at the Degas House. The courtyard is gorgeous and the staff could not have been more accommodating offering us complimentary beverages. The interior of the B&B is beautifully appointed and very clean. I did not have time to...More
We had a fabulous time at Degas House. We were not sure what to expect, but we absolutely loved it. The staff and service were excellent. Sharon and Julia went out of their way to make sure our stay was everything we wanted. Do take...More
I stayed at the Degas House bed and breakfast over memorial day weekend while I was in New Orleans for a friend's wedding. Since I majored in Art History in college, the Degas House caught my eye immediately on the list of recommended accommodations from...More
I took my boyfriend to stay at the Degas House for his birthday. From the start Julia was incredibly helpful and accommodating. I had purchased a Living Social coupon to stay in a Garret room. The room was cozy and comfortable. There are no windows...More
US$128 - US$281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Parking is free around Degas House on the side street, which is where most B&B guests park. Parking for events is also free, and that is in our fenced-in parking lot a block away. If you choose to park there, even as a B&B... More
Parking is free around Degas House on the side street, which is where most B&B guests park. Parking for events is also free, and that is in our fenced-in parking lot a block away. If you choose to park there, even as a B&B guest, you can do that, and it will be locked at night. Speak to our innkeepers when you check in.
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"I love windows. The rooms on the top floors do not offer windows, so if you ae like me, you should choose a..."