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Louisiana Cottage Rentals with Hot Tub(4)

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  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
3 night minimum stay
(164)
$99 - $450
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1 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 1 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 2
1 - 3 night minimum stay
  • 2 BR,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 4
3 night minimum stay
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$175 - $275
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  • Studio,
  • 1 BA,
  • Sleeps 2
2 - 3 night minimum stay
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Recent Louisiana Reviews

Quiet Retreat Close to the Action

5 of 5
The photos don't do this place justice. It was a lovely, cozy retreat from the constant barrage of noise and lights on Bourbon Street. Ron was a gracious and informative host, taking the time to tell us all about the house and the neighborhood and some of his favorite spots around the area. We were in NOLA with a group of 12 people celebrating a friend's big birthday. Unfortunately, the rest of our party decided to stay in hotels in the vicinity of Jackson Square, which meant that we ended up walking a mile or more one way each time we met up with them, usually a couple of times a day. We enjoyed getting the exercise (greatly needed given the huge amount of food we ate!), but be aware that while this place is very close to the Quarter, there are popular parts of the Quarter that are still a bit of a hike. If you are here when the weather is warmer, renting bikes would still make this super convenient to most everywhere. The upside to being a bit out of the fray is that the place is, for the most part, VERY quiet, whereas our friends who stayed in the Quarter commented that their rooms were quite loud, often until 5 a.m. The one exception to our peace was one night there was a renegade goose or duck honking his heart out for a couple of hours next door. No idea what that was all about, but it certainly was no fault of Ron or Mark's. If you are a fan of getting more for your money and don't mind walking or biking a little bit, look no farther than this place. From the super-plush robes to the private hot tub to the delicious provided coffee, Ron and Mark have ensured that your experience will be more like you're staying at the home of friends than in a cookie cutter hotel room. Thumbs up.
  • Submitted: Nov 17, 2014
  • Stayed: Nov 2014

Great place but description a bit misleading

4 of 5
First of all, let's get the negative out of the way. This is not truly 2 bedrooms. One bedroom, the one that has access to the bathroom, has no door between it and the living room. You have to walk through it to get to the bathroom, 2nd bedroom, a pretty little sitting area and the back patio with hot tub. The bathroom, shockingly, has no door. Just a curtain. Any noise going on in the bathroom can be clearly heard in other parts of the cottage. Maybe I'm a bit prudish, but when I'm in the bathroom, I like privacy from other people that are not my immediate family. If this is the case for you, keep looking. That being said it is a very charming cottage in an incredible location. Everything you could want and what you come to NO's for is almost at your finger tips. We walked everywhere, never needed the car or a cab once. The cottage is comfortably furnished, the bedding was of good quality and there were plenty of towels furnished. There was no shampoo or soap in the bathroom. The wi-fi is a plus but was pretty spotty. Could have been the weather or who knows? We never once cooked in the cottage since the food in NO is superb and there were plenty of places to eat but the kitchen seemed to be well stocked with equipment and it was really nice to have coffee and filters supplied and at hand. We didn't find any soda or water supplied like mentioned in the description but that's certainly not a big deal. We met Margaret when we arrived and when we left. She was very nice and offered her help but we've been to NO several times before. The books she has prepared and left in the cottage would be an enormous help to anyone wanting more information on NO and what to see and do, where to eat etc. I don't think she's left a single thing out. This place would be great for a family with small children or a single couple. **note - there were 3 of us at the cottage. A couple and a single. The couple took the back bedroom with the door. The single slept on the sofa bed in the living room which worked out great for us since he was an early riser. BTW, he reported that the sofa bed was very comfortable.
  • Submitted: Apr 7, 2012
  • Stayed: Mar 2012