Relax, eat, drink and shop on Magazine St. Just step outside of this 1870 Victorian home and enjoy miles of antiques shops, boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants and bars. This B&B is located in one of the South's most beautiful and famous neighborhoods. The French Quarter is only a short ride away on the St. Charles Streetcar or the Magazine Bus. Guests can choose a suite with a balcony, patio or kitchenette. Every room has a private bath and free internet.
The Porch Room has a queen bed, twin bed, private bathroom with shower, wireless internet, hairdryer, iron/ironing board, microwave, coffee maker, small refrigerator, cable tv and kitchen table with 2 chairs. Room also has private entrance.
Nightly Rate: $225/$85
Balcony Suite on the 2nd floor (no elevator) with a canopy queen bed, sitting room with day bed, private bathroom with claw foot tub/shower, wireless internet, cable tv, hairdryer, microwave, refrigerator and coffee maker. Iron/ironing board available upon request. Balcony overlooks Magazine St.
Nightly Rate: $225/$85
The Rose Room has a queen bed, private shower, cable tv and kitchenette. This room is very cozy and quiet.
The Patio Suite has a queen bed with canopy, futon, kitchenette, cable tv, private bath with tub/shower, private screened-in porch and courtyard. This room is 500 sq ft, very quiet and very comfortable.
5 on August 16, 2012
My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay here. Raynell and Luis are wonderful hosts. Location could not be better. Very quiet. Rooms are nicely decorated. Great breakfast. Only a couple of miles from the French Quarter. Plenty of nice bars and restaurants in locality. If you are looking for somewhere central that is clean, comfortable and reasonably priced, this is the place to be.
5 on June 26, 2012
My kids and I had the pleasure of staying here about a week ago. We loved it! Raynell and Luis were very friendly and accommodating . We felt so at home. Our room was spacious, very clean, and comfortable . Breakfast was delicious . We can't wait to visit again!
4.0 on November 01, 2011
I really enjoyed my stay at the garden district bed & breakfast. Raynell is an excellent host, if you are looking for that Old Southern hospitality this is the place to stay. I highly recommend it. The room was very clean,economical and Raynell can recommend a lot of nice tours and places to eat in New Orleans.
3.6 on April 02, 2011
Had an enjoyable stay there. Raynell and Luis are very gracious Innkeepers. My room was comfortable and the in room breakfast met my needs. If you want a big breakfast, go to Magazine Po Boy located about 1/2 block from the B&B. Location great for shopping and eating on Magazine Street, visiting WWII Museum and The Zoo, as well as access to many other New Orleans sites. Highly recommend. Allen Barker
3.8 on August 25, 2010
Visited April 2010. E-mail contact beforhand was very helpfull. When I got there felt I had already been welcomed in. Very plesant stay in quiet neighbourhood. Only a couple blocks from trolley into French Quarter. Walked to Quarter first night. Not all that far. Im 64 yo. Raynell Is a very nice and helpfull lady. Raynells recomendations for swamp tour and places to eat were spot on.
New Orleans, LA (MSY)
Take I-10 East bound to New Orleans Business District. Follow signs to Hwy 90 Westbank. As soon as you come around the Superdome, you will see the Carondelet/St Charles Ave exit. Take this exit and turn right on St Charles Ave. Travel 1 mile and turn left on Third Street. Go 5 blocks and turn left on Magazine Street. We are located 1 1/2 blocks on your right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Cemetary, Swamp Tours, Performing Theater, Religious Services, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Piano, Telephone, VCR
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Wi-Fi
Mr. Luis Velez & Ms. Raynell Dunham