The stunning, art-filled setting, guest rooms with high ceilings and tall windows, and the personal attention you receive from the responsive owners set this B&B apart. New Orleans architect Thomas Sully built this handsome, rambling Queen Anne–style house in 1890. In the foyer, light filters through stunning, pastel-color stained-glass windows that are original to the house, and swagged floor-length drapes and Victorian hand-me-downs lend a period atmosphere to the guest rooms. Near other grand mansions, the house is on a tree-lined street that's a block from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line and close to Magazine Street shops and museums.
Aug 21, 2009
I have stayed with Nancy and Guy numerous times over the past two years. They are gracious hosts and very accomodating. Recently they invested in painting the outside of the house and also in new gutters so it looks spectacular. The inside is clean, the beds are comfortable, the window units always help me sleep and cut out any noise that might be outside. The neighborhood is very quite and this B and B is the only B and B in the true garden
district. It is well located and Nancy or Guy can steer you to the best places to eat....
Mar 23, 2007
Stayed here for two nights with my aunt back in November of 2006. The home is in a great neighborhood with a lot of history. The room was nice and breakfasts wonderful. The owners really went above and beyond with our needs. Guy even came and jumped my car off when my battery went dead after an afternoon shopping trip on Magazine St. What a truly great couple!