A private entrance to the Little Eazy, makes you feel like you are in your very own home. We provide the perfect casual cottage, that has two separate sleeping areas and a private bath. There is a couch in the living room which pulls out for another full size bed. Kitchen, living room, cable TV, radio, iPod player, a private phone and wireless Internet access. The kitchen is equipped with a full-size refrigerator and a microwave. We provide coffee, and tea. You can relax and read a book in the privacy of the back patio with hot tub and furniture. We also have a front yard with a cypress swing that you can enjoy while watching the carriages make their way back to the stables. Permit parking is available at no extra charge while staying at the Little Eazy. We're licensed by the City of New Orleans. Please check the availability calendar as we only have one cottage and when it books that is all I have to offer you. WE DO HAVE A 3 NIGHT MINIMUM....
Music & Relaxing: The Little Eazy is located in a residential neighborhood just outside the French Quarter. We are located 3 blocks from the French Quarter and 3 blocks from Frenchman St (where the locals go to hear music). There are many up and coming restaurants in the neighborhood, yet you are a 3 block walk to the French Quarter. It is a quiet neighborhood as compared to the French Quarter. The Little Eazy guests like it because the cottage is comfortable like being at home, yet close enough to any of the fun activities which New Orleans has to offer.
The cottage is a 2 bedroom 1 bathroom cottage. Each bedroom has 1 full/queen size bed (one full and one queen). The couch in the living room folds out to a full size bed. It can accomondate 6 people but that is a tight, and we want you to be comfortable during your stay in New Orleans. Like many houses in New Orleans you need to walk through one of the bedrooms to get to the bathroom.
I fell in love with New Orleans on my first visit to New Orleans in 1988. After coming to New Orleans frequently I quit staying in hotels and preferred to have my own place. The Little Eazy was owned by Charles and Diana, and it became my second home on my visits to Nola. When I was talking to Diana one day, I told her I would love to own a house in New Orleans and she told me they were thinking of selling the Little Eazy. So my husband and I bought it and continue to run it as a guest house. I love owning it, I get to meet some very unique people. People who like to like to do things a little different, and who prefer to see a local view of the city.