|Space||1,100 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Have a quintessential Louisiana getaway by staying at this delightful New Orleans vacation rental house. Ideally situated just 2 blocks from Magazine Street attractions, this cozy residence will allow you to fully experience the city’s vibrant nightlife and culture!
With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and enough room to comfortably accommodate 6 guests, this quaint home is fantastic for families or a group of close friends traveling together. The property makes up the back unit of a larger house, while the property owner occupies the front unit. For your convenience, you’ll have access to a private side entrance. Everything you need to feel at home is here, from wireless internet access and air conditioning to an in-unit washer and dryer for your laundry needs.
The unit’s interior feels very inviting, boasting original hardwood floors, original fireplace mantles, and antique furnishings, creating a space that perfectly reflects the history and charm of New Orleans. When you’re not out enjoying one of the area’s many outstanding local restaurants, prepare a delicious meal at home in the fully equipped kitchen, stocked with a coffee maker, convection oven, gas stove, microwave, Calphalon pans, and all the essential kitchenware.
Everyone in your traveling party will love spending time outside in the home’s peaceful backyard space, which features a raised bed garden with herbs and vegetables and patio furniture situated in a nice gazebo-style area. You’ll also enjoy access to a side yard, overlooking a beautifully landscaped yard. The large property is surrounded by fruit trees and a private fence, offering a tranquil and quiet setting for your vacation.
When you’re ready to get out and explore the area, you certainly won’t have to venture far. From here, you’ll be only 2 blocks from Magazine Street, where you can find antique stores, art galleries, craft shops, speciality coffee shops, and so much more. While you’re here, make sure to indulge in New Orleans’ acclaimed restaurant scene - a few local favorites include SukhoThai, the Super Food Bar, Raw Republic, and the Hey Cafe coffee shop. Additionally, Surrey’s Cafe offers great breakfasts with fresh-squeezed juices and is only 2 blocks from the house. You’ll also be conveniently located 6 blocks from the St. Charles Streetcar line and approximately 10 blocks from Whole Foods. Regardless of how you choose to spend your time during your stay, this pleasant New Orleans vacation rental home ensures a memorable getaway!
Key Residence Features:
- Amenities include a fully equipped kitchen, wireless internet access, air conditioning, fireplace, in-unit laundry machines, and peaceful backyard
- Only 2 blocks from coffee shops, bars, restaurants, and shops on Magazine Street!
- Master Bedroom: Full-sized Bed
- Bedroom 2: 2 Full-sized Beds
- No smoking
- Pets considered with prior owner approval and fee
- Must be at least 30 years old to book
- Please note that the owner resides on the premises in the front unit of the house
- Additional fees and taxes may apply
We loved our stay at this cute and charming apartment so close to all the parade routes for Mardi Gras, and also the great restaurants and shops of Magazine Street. The house was spotless and our hosts were friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay here again!
We are grateful that we could bring the dogs. The location is good and the unit is quiet in spite of two bars and a city park nearby. The internet and TV work well.
Unfortunately there are many deficiencies in this property: Both of the toilets are loose and rock; the lighting is inadequate everywhere; the sauna and bulky second-hand furniture make maneuvering hard; there is no space to hang clothes or put a suitcase; the sofas and chairs are not comfortable; there is a terrible stench from the colony of 30 or 40 cats down the street; we bought plates for the house the plastic dishes were so worn; baseboards, door handles and window sills were dirty; a poster and a large mirror were not mounted on the wall.
There are other small problems, but given this property cost as much as a premium hotel, I cannot recommend it at all. And if six people came, two would have to sleep on the floor as the settee-sofa is not a good choice for sleeping.
House is cute...BUT needs updating. If you are charging a premium price, the place needs to be spotless. Also beds need updated linens...pillows...etc. Need new towels. A better TV and although the furniture looks cool it is not comfortable. It is quite far from all the action as well. Way overpriced for what you get.
We've visited NOLA many times but never stayed in this part of the city. The location of the home is within walking distance of restaurants, bars and shops and across the street from a park. It's not an area overrun by tourists so we enjoyed living more like locals in this leafy neighborhood. Since it was rainy and chilly most of the weekend we visited, we spent more time than we usually would indoors and it was relaxing to sit in the home's sauna.