Adorable two-bedroom home with a small backyard, full kitchen, washer & dryer, and internet. It's a short walk to the French Quarter or downtown. Easy access to bus lines and restaurants. This quaint neighborhood welcomes you.
Enjoy the middle unit of this 120+ year-old three-bay Creole cottage. House includes living room, 2 bedrooms (shotgun style) with queen-sized beds, and a full kitchen and full bath. There is also a sofa sleeper in the living room. The house is newly renovated with washer & dryer and central air and heat. There is also a private backyard for pets and smoking.
Home includes a washer and dryer, internet, and full kitchen and bath. Walk to the French Quarter, downtown, or public transportation. There is free parking on the street, but it is first come, first serve.
Host lives next door and is available at anytime. There is no forced interaction, but there is a great willingness to assist you on your visit. Upon check-in, guests use an access code to enter the home. No host key needed.
There is NO television in the house!! There is wifi, so you can stream on your phone, tablet, or notebook computer.
There is absolutely NO smoking of any kind inside of the house. Feel free to enjoy the backyard for any smoking needs.
There are to be no outside guests in the house without prior notification and approval.
No pets allows unless I give prior approval.
Full use of the kitchen is allowed. All that is asked is that you place dishes in the dishwasher before you leave.
Please place soiled towels in the washing machine. Do NOT start the washer.
Any food or drink that is in the cabinets and fridge are free for your use. Please don't be greedy and save some for the next guests.
If something gets broken, please inform host so it can be repaired before the next guest arrive.
Do not turn the thermostat below 70 degrees.
I am a 30 something New Orleans native. I serve the city as an educator for 15 years.
The five things that I cannot live without are my family, beautiful weather, animals, good food, and great company.
I don't travel much because I love New Orleans so much; I get homesick really quickly. But if I could choose a destination, it would probably be big cities like New York. I love shopping and entertainment.
I love hosting because it gives me an opportunity to share the beauty that is New Orleans. The city's history is so intriguing, and I love spreading my knowledge about it.