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Carl is a welcoming host & makes you feel like a friend who is coming for a visit, not an anonymous guest. The house is in a neighborhood that has fairly recently been gentrified, relatively close to the crowds of the French Quarter. When we...More
Very well looked after at this brilliant B&B with lovely host Carl. Good breakfast, good location, good conversation and really felt well looked after. 10 mins walk to Frenchman Street and French Quarter with decent shops, cafe's and bars nearby. Carl is very knowledgeable too...More
My husbo & I stayed at The Burgundy for the last part of our epic honeymoon road trip across the US.
I was slow to like New Orleans, however the Burgundy was a shining light of comfort! The house is beautifully presented. You get a...More
We booked this online not knowing anything about it except for the glowing reviews. We were not disapointed. Carl was a great host and knew the area very well. He was always available if you had any questions. We came in late every night and...More
Nestled between the French Quarter and the Ninth Ward, the Faubourg Marigny & Bywater environs are largely residential. Of course, folks around here love to go out and have a good time as much as they do anywhere in NOLA. And if out-of-towners want to join in the festivities, well then so much the better! Home to some of the most revered live music venues in New Orleans, an eclectic gaggle of gourmand dining
destinations, and a come-as-you-are vibe that’s as infectious as it is alluring, this is real deal New Orleans oozing with southern hospitality and the promise of a most epic night out. For endless opportunities to boogie, to admire row upon row of lovingly restored homes, and to escape the fray of the more touristic parts of town (but still live it up in grand style) head to Faubourg Marigny & Bywater.
If you can fit down a 3 ft wide alley you can park in the alley or push all the way to the back courtyard. The bikers I have had until now have opted to leave their bikes on the street and there has never been a problem.