Our place is a private, affordable stand-alone guest house centrally located just minutes to 5-15 min drive to anywhere in the city. We are exactly 4.8 miles from Bourbon Street/FQ.
The guest house is a quaint, 400 square ft. with a full bath, mini kitchen, & living room. The extra high ceilings make the home feel more spacious. The sofa converts to a bed also. We have a hand made counter area that adds character to the room and a great porch/deck to relax. Laudry services with 3+ night stay
Our guest house is newly built and very clean. Nearly everything in the house is BRAND NEW. There is a full bath with a shower. The sofa converts to a full bed to accommodate more guests. A mini fridge, microwave, and coffee pot are available for our guests to use. The house is located in a secure private yard.
Located behind our main home, guests can access the guest house through the backyard. You have access to the full house. You may park on the street in front of our main house or in the partial driveway in front of the empty lot next door. Please do not block other driveways on the street.
We are foodies so we can recommend all of the great "hidden" jewels as it relates to eateries or (depending on work schedule) we can take you to our favorite places.
****No people other than those staying in the house are allowed to enter during the stay, unless otherwise discussed prior to your stay. No exceptions.
We are always available to assist our guests with any issues that may arise or if you need assistance/advice about New Orleans. We are born and raised here and can show you around the city. If there is anything our guests need we are willing to assist.
Greetings! I'm Adrienne--a veteran, world travel enthusiast, mom, wife, and lover of great food :-). Originally from San Antonio, TX, I moved to New Orleans in 2000 for college and after a short stint away, I returned for graduate school, career, marriage (to a New Orleans native--which basically means we'll never leave :-)) and family. Though I've been fortunate to travel all over the world, there's no place like New Orleans, and I love to welcome folks to this great city.