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National Geographic a recommandé que les touristes d'explorer les quartiers de la Nouvelle-Orléans. La plupart des touristes n'ont pas l'occasion parce que quelques-uns sont à la disposition des touristes. Audubon Park House se trouve dans le quartier Uptown de la Nouvelle-Orléans où les maisons victoriennes sont chères. Ce B & B offre au touriste un endroit très unique de séjourner dans un cadre tout à fait unique de la ville. Tout récemment, le National Geographic a filmé le lagon situé à quelques minutes qui est un sanctuaire rempli de bruits d'oiseaux sauvages, les canards sauvages, les ibis, aigrettes, hérons et. Un tramway passe à la tête du parc qui permet aux touristes de visiter le quartier français historique. Au pied du parc est le zoo Audubon et à son dos court le puissant fleuve Mississippi. Une exposition de marais dans le zoo saisit la véritable nature de la Nouvelle-Orléans avant il a été établi comme un centre urbain. On peut découvrir l'histoire de la ville à travers les yeux de propriétaire Barbara Lefevre Martin, né le bas de la rivière sur un terrain qui faisait autrefois partie d'une plantation où les Britanniques a lutté pour le contrôle de la Louisiane en 1812. Elle se fera un plaisir de partager son histoire avec ses invités.
4,6 sur juin 10, 2016
The house feels like a friendly museum with great furniture and beautiful flowers and trees all around the house. The garden area in back is so relaxing! The house was so quiet and peaceful throughout our stay despite the rooms being occupied. Parking was easy. The St Charles streetcar line was only a few blocks away. The walk to and from, no matter the time of day or night, was quite safe. The Southern style mansions in this part of town were enjoyable also. You MUST stay here!!
5 sur mai 25, 2016
I was situating my two girls at Loyola and found this amazing house and wonderful lady, Barbara makes you feel at home it was very pleasant in fact I wanted to stay there from Florida. :-)
4,6 sur novembre 27, 2013
We had a lovely three night stay in November, 2013. The Uptown location was great for us and we felt safe walking around the neighborhood. Several good restaurants are close by and it is also easy to access public transportation. We enjoyed privacy and a comfortable room at the B and B. The innkeeper, Barbara, made us feel at home. We loved her little dog, Chico.
4,8 sur janvier 12, 2013
Audubon Park House is our home away from home. Barbara is not just your owner/proprietor, she is your friend. Located in a beautiful, quiet, residential Uptown neighborhood just a short walk from the St. Charles Avenue streetcar, Audubon Park, Tulane, and Loyola, Barbara and Auduon Park House have hosted my wife and me 15 times for six days or longer between April, 2005 and December 2012. This B&B is comfortable, quiet, and always filled with interesting quests with whom you can kibbutz during breakfast around the dining room table. (No topic is out of bounds.) In short, Audubon Park House and Barbara (and adorable pet pomeranian "Chico") exude personality and serve as wonderful complements to the music, food, sports, people, excitement, and soul of the city of New Orleans.
4,6 sur mai 01, 2012
I felt welcome and at home the moment I stepped inside this bed and breakfast. The close proximity to the street cars, park and university made my visit so much more enjoyable and possible. There really was no need to call a cab to get to Magazine street or the French Quarter because a short walk through the lovely neighborhood lead me right to the street cars while also letting me take in the view.The relaxed environment allowed me to come and go with ease which was great because the mixture of visiting friends and sight seeing came with unpredictability. The security is very good (each room gets its own key) and the private bathrooms are nicely kept. The price of my stay was way too good to pass up and I will definitely come back again!
4,4 sur avril 04, 2012
I stayed here for 5 days in March 2012 and found it delightful. Audubon Park, 2 blocks away, is a wonderful place to go for a walk or run. Massive live oaks provide shade. The host is very relaxed and makes you feel at home immediately. The house is full of furniture but I found the room and the attached bath very satisfactory. The neighborhood is very quiet but it's easy to catch a streetcar to downtown or elsewhere. It's in an area of town where there are almost no other guest houses and the rates are reasonable. I'm sure I'll go there on my next trip to the city.
4,0 sur mars 20, 2012
This place is just fascinating. Old and funky...filled with terrific clutter. Barbara is a gracious hostess who leads her half-dozen eclectic guests through delightful breakfast conversations. Close to everything in a quiet neighborhood, this is a wonderful value.
4,0 sur mars 24, 2011
I stayed there with two friends for an extended weekend. The house is wonderful - lots of furniture that make it seem a bit messy but in a very charming way. The host couldn't be more accomodating. She puts everyone at ease right away. She has a little dog who's very cute and quiet. Breakfast is great too - abundant and diversified food, and it is served in a beautiful room. The surroundings are also very nice - beautiful houses all around. And it's only a few blocks away from the streetcar, that goes right to the French quarters. My friends and I loved our stay there.
4,0 sur mars 17, 2009
My husband and I stayed here about a month ago and we enjoyed ourselves very much. The host was wonderful and made everyone feel so cozy like we were at home. Walking distance to many adventures!
University Area, Ville
New Orleans, LA (MSY)
Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Urban Inn, Historic Inn, Homestay
Barbecue grill, Peignoirs, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Fax, Bibliothèque, Piano, Magnétoscope, Machine à laver/sèche-linge
Climatisation, Réveil, Ventilateurs de plafond, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Internet, Radio, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi, Internet par câble
Observation d'oiseau, Canoë, Golf, Marcher dans le parc Audubon, Jazz, Histoire, Shopping, Excursion
Barbara Lefevre Martin
un petit pomeranian
Harpe, la politique moderne, les langues d'histoire - grec classique, latine. Français moderne, italienne, galloise. D'un intérêt particulier sont les discussions qui concentrer sur les échanges culturels et différentes visions du monde, y compris ceux qui sont influencés par la langue. A un intérêt dans le journalisme et l'écriture.