1880 manoir avec jardin et balcon. Plein d'antiquités et de curiosités. Locale calme sur une belle rue. Petit déjeuner sur les marchés locaux des agriculteurs, des boulangeries et des restaurants. Chaque pièce est une couleur gaie différente. Vélos à disposition. Une des plus belles rues de la Nouvelle Orléans. En face de Gayarre Place. Wifi gratuit, des vélos gratuits, une laverie sur place. Situé dans Treme. Marchez vers le quartier français. ligne de tramway à la fin de l'avenue. Chênes ombragés. Proche national et local célèbres restaurants. Le QG idéal pour une aventure Nouvelle-Orléans. Des vélos gratuits disponibles. Lors de la réservation, s'il vous plaît fournir une adresse e-mail.
Colorful two room suite with private bath. Full-sized antique canopy bed, antique sewing table, antique wardrobe. Very private balcony overlooks back garden. Bath equipped with antique claw foot tub.
Spacious second-story, two room suite with private balcony overlooking Esplanade Ave through the oak trees that line the street. A mix of contemporary and antique furnishings. Queen bed. Private bath. Note: this suite no longer has an extra bed and can only accommodate two people in one queen sized bed.
Decorated to reflect love of France. Antique, ornately carved full-sized bed, wardrobe, and mirrored dresser. Fainting couch. Balcony overlooks the back gardens.
This first floor, two room suite features a queen sized, Egyptian-style bed, and a carved antique wardrobe among its antique furnishings. Private bath with antique claw foot tub. Front porch faces Gayarre Park across the street. The bed is draped with flowers and orginal floral paintings hang in the sitting room. Bedroom sitting room, and private bath with antique claw foot tub.
A spacious, second-floor, two-room suite. Antique full bed in the bedroom. Separate sitting room with antique couch and a writing desk. Private balcony overlooks Esplanade Avenue. Private bath with antique claw foot tub. Original artwork, statues of saints, and tribute to New Orleans football team..
5 sur juin 22, 2014
What a gem! This bed and breakfast in is in the Treme area of New Orleans and is absolutely delightful. The innkeepers, Matthew and Melanie are quite knowledgable about the city. We incorporated some of their suggestions into our visit and we had a lovely visit. The breakfasts are interesting too. All the products come from local vendors, bakers, and markets and Matthew and Melanie are able to give a history of what the item is and who makes it. I have been to New Orleans several times and this was my most delightful stay. The rooms were spacious and clean and decorated with lovely antiques of the area. And COLORFUL! Like New Orleans!
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Good guests make good company. It was a pleasure to have you stay with us and we hope you'll visit with us again. You have two friends in New Orleans. -M&M
5 sur juin 21, 2014
It's been two weeks now since we stayed in New Orleans at La Belle Esplanade, and we haven't stopped talking and thinking about our visit. Time to write a little bit for the others who may be considering a trip. For the B&B, I will simply echo the great things people share about it. The house is a beautiful structure in the unique style found in the Treme neighborhood. The colorful suites are charmingly appointed with antiques and artwork, many of the porcelain facilities have nearly a century of reliable service. The spaciousness of the rooms extends in three dimensions with 12 foot ceilings, our antique bed had a brand-new mattress, and the air-conditioning worked great! It is not the Ritz; La Belle Esplanade has much more authentic class. (If your heart is set on the plush modern comforts of the Ritz--and who can blame you--then La Belle Esplanade might feature more authenticity than you are looking for.) At breakfast, which is procured fresh each morning from local merchants, along with freshly brewed chicory coffee and juices, we discovered why we chose La Belle Esplanade. Our hosts Melanie and Matthew, who live in the house next door, showed us warm hospitality and an eagerness to open up the city and its neighborhoods. We enjoyed listening to their detailed descriptions and generous opinions about various opportunities we might attempt in the day ahead, and we were more than pleased with the recommendations we followed for dining, entertainment, and an increase in our cultural knowledge of New Orleans.
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We love our neighborhood and it always makes us happy when other people fall in love, too. There aren't too tourists, so there aren't (m)any signs to explain things, but it's very rewarding to poke around. Come back anytime. Cheers, -M&M
4,8 sur juin 03, 2014
Convenient location near the quarter, but not in the quarter. House and furnishings are antique and authentic. Hosts are outstanding.
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This is the best review I've read in a long time just for the title. Thanks. -M&M
5 sur juin 02, 2014
My husband and I just completed our first trip to New Orleans. We travel a lot, and seek out B and B's that are historical and inclined to vintage. This time we went for historical, vintage, and eclectic! And are we glad we did! We had an early arrival in New Orleans, but as our cab pulled up, Matthew came right out to greet us. After helping haul our luggage in, he immediately pulled out a map and showed us the lay of the land. He had wonderful suggestions for seeing the city that aren't always highlighted in the travel guides...a quaint local museum, neighborhood parades, and close-by restaurants with delicious food. Then he showed us our room...we chose Clio with its raspberry walls and purple ceiling in the large bedroom, and bright green walls in the spacious sitting room. there was a private balcony where we sat and watched the comings-and-goings on Esplanade Avenue. The bed was comfy, and the sitting room was perfect for planning our days and unwinding at night. Each morning, we were treated to local specialties, with Matthew giving a daily "tour" of the savory selections that they had collected the evening before or that morning. We had pickled quail eggs, doughnuts baked by two cops, jams and jellies prepared by sweet local ladies, local sausage and cheeses, indigenous fruits, and freshly baked breads My favorite was the olive salad served on fresh zucchini patties....mmm-mmm! Matthew and Melissa are the consummate hosts. They gave us their phone numbers should we need to reach them during the day, and they were available personally each morning to answer questions and offer suggestions. This transplanted couple could not be more proud of, or awed by, their adopted city; and they are well versed in every aspect of it. Over breakfast, we had long, interesting discussions of the culture and traditions of New Orleans, and we left there feeling that we had made two dear friends. We wouldn't stay anywhere else in New Orleans.
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We're proud of all we've accomplished since we became innkeepers. It's a very rewarding profession and one we enjoy. We hope we'll see again the next time you come to New Orleans. Cheers, -M&M
4,2 sur mai 28, 2014
Me and my Wife really enjoyed our stay at this B&B. The Hosts were not only very welcoming but very knowledgeable about the city and gave us many options on where we could visit during our stay. We were greeted on our arrivial and were taken on a tour of this beautiful property. Everything is exactly how pictured and is a sight for sore eyes. The room was very cozy and comfortable, and breakfast was a delight due to good food as well as company. We shared lots of laughs as well as history with Matthew & Melanie. It also was a plus that they were native New Englanders which made us feel at home even more. They gave us everything we needed to know, the best places to dine, must sight sees, and made our trip have long lasting memories. Even the couple of rainy days didn't stop us from having a great time and there kind, positive, respectful spirits made it worth it. I would recommend this place to anyone who's looking for a safe, relaxed, getaway while you explore the "Amazing" City of New Orleans!
À distance de marche de Quartier Français, Ville, Centre ville
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 12 miles
Prenez l'autoroute I-10 à la sortie avenue de l'Esplanade, tourner à gauche juste après la sortie. Environ sept blocs. La maison de couleur orange vif avec des volets bleus sur le côté gauche de la rue où passe la route Bayou Esplanade après N. Miro Street (deuxième lumière).
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Centre culturel Back Street, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Copieur, Bureau, Entrée indépendante, Téléphone, Films, Machine à laver/sèche-linge , Cafetière
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cafetière/Bouilloire, Internet dans la chambre, Réfrigérateur , Internet, Planche à repasser, Bibliothèque, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Service de chambre, Wi-Fi
Vélos, New Orleans Museum of Art, Shopping, Excursion
Matthew King and Melanie Schmitt
Deux greffes à NOLA qui sont heureux de partager leurs expériences dans une ville pas comme les autres.
Nous visitons les marchés fermiers chaque semaine pour obtenir gelées locales, des confitures et des marinades de voisin Paroisse Saint-Bernard. Nous visitons les boulangeries locales tous les jours pour obtenir une miche de pain frais po 'boy et des pâtisseries. Nous avons des contrats avec des restaurants locaux pour servir leurs tartes aux écrevisses, balles de crocodiles, muffalettas, empanadas, et les haricots rouges. Un petit-déjeuner copieux NOLA chaque jour. Prenez le restes de pain pour nourrir les canards dans City Park.