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Canal Street Inn (circa 1912), a beautifully restored Neo-Classical style villa, is nestled under centuries-old live oaks on world-famous Canal Street, just a short streetcar ride from the French Quarter. In fact, we are right on the streetcar line – with direct access to St Charles Avenue, the Garden District, the Mississippi Riverfront and City Park. The bed and breakfast is abundantly, yet tastefully furnished with antiques from around the world, family heirlooms, ancestral photographs, and artifacts either left by former residents or collected by your hosts from their travels. All six guestrooms are furnished with antiques and reproductions along with queen and king size beds, private baths (some with whirlpool tubs), telephones with voice mail, wireless internet access, and cable TV. The house is surrounded by gardens on all sides. The ancient live oak trees literally embrace the house, their branches swooping almost to the ground. The lush tropical foliage is interspersed with bright colorful flowers of each season. The sunken patio is the perfect place to enjoy a good book and a glass of wine as you watch streetcars lazily amble up and down Canal Street.
Our most popular room, this is one of our very spacious deluxe rooms located upstairs. Very private and quiet. Overlooksthe court yard and surrounding neighborhood. King bed and whirlpool tub/shower in bath. Room 3 can accommodate an optional twin bed.
Very private and quiet. Overlooks the surrounding neighborhood and garden. Furnished with queen bed and day bed. Whirlpool tub/shower combination in bath.
One of our most popular deluxe rooms located upstairs, very spacious, private and quiet. Overlooks oak trees on Canal St. Watch the streetcar pass from sitting area windows. Four-poster king bed, large writing desk, whirlpool tub/shower in bath. Day bed in room.
This room can be booked as a single room for the perfect romantic getaway or it can be booked as a suite for the entire family. There is a spacious sitting room situated between the two private bedrooms with a small refrigerator. Both rooms highlight queen size beds, an antique sleigh bed and a unique and elegant metal sleigh bed. A spacious bathroom with granite countertops, a double sink and a standing shower to share between the two rooms. Both rooms feature ceiling fans, original woodwork, televisions.
5 on April 09, 2014
Truly enjoyed our stay ay the Inn. Monica and her staff are absolutely wonderful and their hospitality made this visit to New Orleans extremely worth while. Will come back. Ray and Vicki Williams
5 on March 19, 2014
Our stay at the Canal Street Inn in New Orleans was exceptional. I have stayed in B&B's across the country and Canal Street Inn is at the top of my list! The ambiance of the home and the hospitality of the staff were outstanding. Monica makes everyone feel welcome. She and Teresa see to your every need. They are personable and very accommodating. The Canal Street Inn will always be my first pick when I stay in New Orleans.
5 on January 13, 2014
Great location. Quietly up Canal Street, but good access to French Quarter on trolley. Monica is a gracious hostess and superb cook. Charming early 1900 Victorian manor. Will return and recommend highly to friends. Good value in a fun town. Thanks, Monica.
3.6 on December 15, 2013
Staying at the Canal Street Inn was a delight. My first time at a B&B and I was not disappointed. The Royal Street room was just as pictured and had wonderful amenities and charm. The Inn was clean and furnished beautifully. Monica, Teresa and staff were sweet and accommodating. Since I was traveling alone, having the opportunity to dine with other guest for breakfast was especially a treat. The food was well prepared, delicious, ample and served with genuine care. The street car line runs literally right in front of the house and takes you most every where. I was told some of the connecting lines were under construction, mostly to the Garden District, but a bus or short walk got you to the next point. A convenient short walk to several local eateries and a few stores if you need. I felt at ease walking in the neighborhood. I chose not to be encumbered with a car but understand there is some parking. The cost was very reasonable. My only regret is that having only 3 days and each packed with adventure, I did not get to spend much time relaxing in the receiving room with a glass of wine or hot cup of tea. Nor did I have the opportunity to relish the lovely sun porch and gardens. Guess I will have to make a return visit in the early summer or fall. Should feel a lot like going home.
4.8 on September 18, 2013
The location was perfect... a quite neighborhood only minutes away from the French Quarter via the streetcar, which stops right outside the front door... the rooms were lovely, the breakfasts were delicious and the staff was professional and personable. We couldn't have asked for more. Susan & Craig
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 20 miles
Take I-10 east into the city Exit onto City Park Avenue / Metairie Road (Exit 231-A) Turn left at bottom of ramp Turn right at the second light onto Canal Street We are roughly two miles down on the right at 3620 Canal Street (cross street is Telemachus Street)
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Lake, Museum, Picnic area, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Fishing, Golfing, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Bicycle rental, Bicycles, Fishing, Golfing, Tennis courts
Monica S Ramsey
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian