At a Glance
- old-world charm
- individualized attention to guests
- it's a mile or so from the French Quarter
Sully Mansion Review
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.
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