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Built in 1865, the McKendrick-Breaux House is a three story Greek Revival home located in New Orleans Lower Garden District. Its spacious, antique filled rooms and parlors mix period furniture with works by local artists. The location is perfect for exploring the city and fresh flowers always await you in your beautifully decorated room.... more
The House on Bayou Road, a circa 1798 National Register Creole Plantation, is waiting to welcome you to New Orleans with true Southern Hospitality. The large, airy, antique-filled rooms, relaxing southern screened porches, lush patios, gardens and ponds create a country plantation setting in the city. The Inn is located just off Esplanade Avenue... more
The Historic French Market Inn is situated at the Mississippi River in the French Quarter. This cozy historic 19th century inn promises a romantic adventure. Just steps to Bourbon Street, famous antique shops, world-renowned restaurants and favorite tourist attractions, its rooms surround a lush courtyard where complimentary cocktails and... more
Rosewalk House is located in the heart of Algiers Point historic neighborhood, settled in 1719 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Twelve foot ceilings wrapped in crown moldings, glass doorknobs, hand painted light fixtures, and chandeliers help to make Rosewalk a charming, elegant home to return to after a day in the city.... more
The historic Rue Dumaine Guesthouse offers luxury suites in a convenient setting. Five of the world's truly gourmet restaurants are located within easy walking distance, a one block stroll will immerse you in some of the finest antique shopping in the world and two blocks will take you to Bourbon Street.... more
A double townhouse built in 1849, the historic Seger-Rees House, has been described by the National Trust Guide to New Orleans as Chaste in its Greek Revival style, it is the finest example of the style to survive the fire of 1895. Elegant suites, off street parking and a swimming pool, make this a tranquil, out of the mainstream place to stay... more
The Windsor Court Hotel is the only AAA Four Diamond and Mobil Four Star hotel in New Orleans. Its European style blends with Southern hospitality, creating an atmosphere of elegance reminiscent of an English country home. Luxurious suites and guest rooms offer spectacular views of the New Orleans and the Mississippi River. The Windsor Court Hotel... more
Experience the Grand Victorian, designed and built in 1893 by famed New Orleans architect Thomas Sully. Lovingly brought back to its former glory and decorated with period furnishing, the Grand Victorian welcomes you to a majestic past within the comfort and convenience of a modern bed and breakfast establishment.... more
The elegant Sully Mansion, the only inn the Garden District and designed by renowned architect Thomas Sully in 1890, is the most intact of the few remaining "Sullys" in New Orleans. Original stained-glass windows, ornate ceiling medallions, a grand stairway, and 14-foot-high covered ceilings are just a few of the features of this rare Queen... more
Ormond Plantation is the oldest French West Indies Style Creole Plantation on the Mississippi. Built before 1790 on a tract of land granted by the Spanish Governor of Louisiana, the Plantation is only partially a B&B. While well-appointed guest rooms welcome travelers, the major part of the mansion has been restored to serve as a historical and... more
The Melrose Mansion is a nine-room luxury guesthouse originally built in 1884 with extensive renovations completed in January of 1990. Conveniently located on the edge of the French Quarter of New Orleans, The Melrose Mansion offers all of the amenities of a grand hotel while providing the intimacy of a fine New Orleans, Louisiana home. All of... more
Welcome to the La Maison Carondelet guest house in New Orleans. Their beautifully restored mid-1800's era home is located in the historic Garden District of New Orleans, just a block off St. Charles Avenue. They offer luxurious accommodations, a wide array of concierge services, and a safe and central location. The house was built in the Greek... more
The Park View Guest House, a European style Grand Victorian, is conveniently located on the historic St. Charles Avenue next to Audubon Park. An architectural gem with twelve foot high ceilings, hardwood floors, numerous antiques and a beautiful decor, the Park View staff is always available to help make your visit a splendid, memorable... more