|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This two story historical property is located in the Lower Garden District a residential/commercial area, located about three and 1/2 blocks from the Mississippi River and Convention Center. Subway, PJ's Coffee and Dijon Restaurant which are within a few feet on Annunciation St. that runs perpendicular to Terpsichore St. The Front Entry of the house leads upstairs to the two front bedrooms (12' ceilings) or to the left to the large living room with 12' ceiling and furnished with two sofas in which one is a sleeper sofa. This house has 4 TVs and Wi-Fi. The half bath is located at the end of the hall of the front entrance. The third bedroom is located up the second set of stairs in the rear of the kitchen. The third bedroom has its own bathroom and balcony. You can also use the balcony to go from the front bedrooms to the third bedroom. Below the balcony is a brick courtyard that can be accessed from the kitchen area. There is one small two story build that will be locked that was use as an old slaved quarter (Under renovation)
Second time using this property. In NOLA for dental convention. Loved it! Very convenient and close to convention center and everything else. Just like home. Will be hard to stay anywhere else!!!!!!!
My family of 6 (4 adults, 2 young kids) had a great stay at this Terpsichore property.
We arrived to a fascinating house that clearly has a lot of history. The property itself has multiple bedrooms/bathrooms split between the two sides of the house, as well as a back patio, and a furnished living room complete with Foosball table! The kitchen was stocked with water and most staples, some left from previous guests, but a trip to Rouses, Walmart or local Magazine St stores is less than 5 minutes away!
The location is what blows this place out of the water. You can walk downtown in 30mins (with KIDS) and we timed our run to Cafe du Monde at 35minutes. No paying for expensive parking! The Magazine St area is so neat and unique. Mile after mile of unique stores of all varieties. Check out Dat Dog, and Juan's Flying Burrito! I went walking at 5:30 in the morning with my son and didn't feel uncomfortable or unsafe. There are numerous parks and we walked through the convention centre when it was rainy and it practically went door to door.
When we didn't walk we took the insanely cheap and practical New Orleans Transit. $3/person/day for unlimited. It's crazy! We did the bus to the French Quarter, bus to the Zoo, trolley to the aquarium, trolley along St Charles. It's simple, cheap, and it works!
Debra was good to work with. She was very friendly. The only issue we had was she was hard to get a hold of by phone and her mailbox was full so we were really nervous at first but that all melted away when we met her and her great place.
We would definitely love to rent here again because of the location. You save so much money walking or taking the transit everywhere it just can't be beat!
We rented the house for the Annual American Society Hematology conference held at the convention center (within walking distance). The location of the house was perfect. Far enough away from the congestion but close to everywhere we needed to be. It was a completely unique experience. The restaurant next door (Dijon) was friendly, offered a seasonal menu and nice wine selection. PJ's coffee was just across the street.
The house provided a great combination of NOLA history and modern amenities. The layout of the house was ideal for our group- with large communal areas, while still providing a great deal of privacy. The bedrooms were on opposite sides of the house, and were upstairs, which made it possible to get a good nights rest and some much needed alone time.
Debbie was very helpful and responsive. We had everything that we needed and the house was clean and neat.
We rented the house during the last weekend of jazz fest for a bachelors party. It was a group of 7 25-35 year olds and we absolutely had a blast.
LOCATION: The house is located far enough from everything that you have a completely unique experience, but close enough to everything that you can enjoy the typical NOLA attractions. It was a quick 6 block (about 10 minute) walk to the street car station that would take you into the French Quarter in about 10 minutes. It was 1 block to Magazine Street and directly next door to a really cool converted fire house that had a great Sunday brunch with bottomless mimosas. And if you're not the hair of the dog type, we were directly across from a nice coffee shop.
HOUSE: Great combination of history and refinement. While the house has seen some significant renovations, it still had a great homey, historical feel to it. The layout of the house itself was ideal for a group- it was the perfect blend of large communal areas, while still providing a great deal of privacy. The bedrooms were on opposite sides of the house, and were upstairs, which made it possible to get a good nights rest and some much needed alone time. The courtyard and the large open lot behind the house made the vacation that much more perfect. We spent countless hours playing outdoor games or just relaxing with a cocktail in the courtyard. The only negative is that I wouldn't say that the house sleeps 8 comfortably- we brought air mattresses, and so it wasn't a problem, but for a group of guys that may not be comfortable sharing queen beds it doesn't sleep 8.
PARKING: The house shares a gated vacant lot with a restaurant. We were able to pull our cars inside the gated lot, park for free, and not have to worry about them for the rest of the weekend. We actually had friends that were in town but elected to stay in a hotel- the hotel was charging $30 for parking, so they drove over and parked at our lot for the weekend. Unless you have 30+ cars, there will never be a shortage of parking in the lot, but in the event that there was there seemed to be ample parking on the street.
OWNER: Debby is a joy to work with. We had everything that we needed and the house was clean and tidy upon arrival. She was always very responsive, so in the event that we did need something I would've expected a prompt, friendly response. She took time to give us recommendations and to make sure that our vacation was enjoyable. Just a nice person.
WE WILL RE-RENT!!!
A few blocks from the Convention Center, Mardi Gras World, Magzine Street. A six minute drive to Merceez-Benz Superdom; 4 minutes (1.44) miles form the French Quarters, Canal St. and Harrah's Casino. For you Ladies Saks Fifth Ave. and other shopping are available across the street for Harrah's Casino.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
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