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The Sully Mansion is in the heart of the New Orleans Garden District, just steps from the St. Charles Streetcar and Magazine Street. Whether you’re seeking a weekend getaway, relaxing retreat or a romantic escape, we’re the top choice for your trip to New Orleans. We’re a historic boutique inn close to the shops and galleries of Magazine Street and St. Charles Avenue, plus Tulane University, Loyola University, Commander’s Palace, Touro Hospital, the WWII Museum and much more. Continental breakfast included!
4.6 on February 09, 2017
recently updated sully mansion was great! met all our expectations me the innkeeper was phenomenal! breakfast was the lacking point not being a served hot affair but more than adequate! the stay was great, thanks sully!
4.6 on October 30, 2016
A friend and I just had a wonderful stay at the Sully Mansion B&B. Our room was just as I expected, cozy and bright with our own private entrance to a garden patio. The home has been meticulously kept and well decorated by Nancy and Guy. Breakfast was always delicious and served in the beautiful dining room where we had conversations with the other guests about where they've ventured to and also received good suggestions for places to see. The Inn is very centrally located in the Garden district with a very short walk to the St. Charles streetcar, restaurants, shops and other places of interest. It was so nice to be able to stay in a quiet area so close to the French Quarter; I would recommend the Sully Mansion to all. Kathy Q
5 on October 22, 2016
A beautiful accommodation of tranquility in the Garden District of New Orleans, close to transportaion on the St. Charles streetcar whether you're heading out for a quiet afternoon in Audubon Park or into the heart of the action on Bourbon Street and the French Quarter. Nancy and Guy have created an oasis of art and nature with delicious homemade breakfast fare and a warm morning welcome from Gracie. Highly recommended!
3.6 on April 22, 2016
First, I should explain that we were not able to spend a lot of time here. Some travel plans were goofed and we didn't arrive until about 5:30 pm and had to leave the next morning at 7 to catch our flight, despite trying to change it to a later time. I give the benefit of the doubt that things would have been different if we had more time. That being said, I felt as if we were looked down upon that we were only able to spend a brief period of time. I worked hard to get a bed and breakfast reservation for one night (which was our very first wedding anniversary). I felt as if the staff could have been a bit more accommodating, as we woke up and left without coffee or breakfast after being told that coffee was put out at 7, so we "might" be able to get some. It was a bit frustrating, but all in all I am glad we still chose to stay here. The room was very comfortable and we were able to open the windows for fresh air, which never would have happened in a hotel.
5 on April 22, 2016
Sully Mansion is everything you would expect a B&B to be. Lovely lovely old home in a great area. Convenient to shops and restaurants and only a block away from the Street Car which takes you all over the city. Our room was charming and the breakfasts were delicious. Guy and Nancy are great hosts who can help you with almost every aspect of your visit. And their dog, Gracie is an added bonus! We would definitely stay here again.
5 on April 19, 2016
Breakfast was delicious. Nancy and Guy were very warm and friendly. A truly wonderful place to stay!
5 on February 24, 2016
Nancy and Guy are warm and inviting and very helpful in arranging tours, providing directions, printing boarding passes, etc.. They are very concerned that all your needs are met while you re staying with them. There is a delicious breakfast which can be enjoyed in a beautiful dining room or a just as lovely courtyard complete with a fountain and lovely landscaping. Very well situated within 10 minutes of Tulane University, a short drive to many great restaurants and close proximity to good shopping on Magazine Street. I highly recommend it!
4.8 on January 18, 2016
We were only in New Orleans for a couple of days, but had an amazing time. Nancy and Guy are great hosts and provide lots of information on the historic aspects of the city as well as the up-and-coming places to check out. We will definitely stay here the next time we visit!
4.2 on December 27, 2015
We had a lovely stay. The only criticism was how dark the front steps are at night, with no railings. Also the stairs to the second floor are very poorly lite so we had quite a time going down them at night. We loved Gracie!!!
5 on October 11, 2015
My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at the Sully Mansion B&B in May 2015. Conveniently located in the middle of the Garden District and near a streetcar stop, Sully Mansion is a great point from which to explore the “real” New Orleans, especially if you’ve already had your fill of Bourbon Street. We felt very much at home in this B&B, which feels cozy despite its grand style. Hosts Guy and Nancy were very friendly and knowledgeable, recommending activities and venues that are local favorites but which wouldn’t necessarily be highlighted in a guidebook. They went above and beyond the typical hosting duties, and I was even able to borrow one of their own hats for a bayou cruise. The breakfast provided is generous and tasty, and a great way to socialize with other guests. If we’re in the area again, we will happily return to Sully Mansion!
This well-appointed room is on the second floor on the west side of the mansion overlooking Lafayette Cemetery of Anne Rice fame. The Prytania strikes the ideal balance between stately and comfortable furnishings. The room can accommodate up to three people. The bathroom is large, with cypress paneling and a marble mahogany vanity. The Prytania has beautiful afternoon light creating a wonderful environment in which to refuel after antique browsing on Magazine Street.
This large, sunny sumptuous suite is at the top of the stairs of the second floor. Overlooking the 100-year-old oak tree and the rooftops of neighboring mansions, the Bourbon offers a deluxe retreat. The suite has a king bed, carved mantle and Newman tiles around the fireplace as well as a writing desk and hand carved arm chairs. There is lots of room to spread out and get comfortable.
The Tchoupitoulas offers a private retreat with a separate entrance off the tropical courtyard. The sitting room has seven-foot windows, allowing you take in the palm trees and ginger bushes which surround the inn and listen to the gurgle of the fountain. It is a perfect spot to savor your morning coffee or enjoy a glass of wine before a night on the town.
The Desire is the Sully Mansion’s smallest and most intimate room. It is the perfect room for the single traveler eager to explore the riches of the Crescent City. The dresser is in the private bathroom which has the original hexagon tile, and a full tub with hand-held shower attachment. Even though it is our smallest room, guests staying in the Desire always seem to be having the best time!
Tucked away at the end of the second floor, the Esplanade offers privacy and serenity. The bathroom has a ceramic tub shower combination. Like the street which bears its name, the Esplanade is filled with quiet, non-flamboyant charm and intrigue.
French doors open to this charming mid-sized room which recaptures the clean lines and deco elegance of New Orleans back in its Storyville days. French windows open up to a view of the neighboring garden and pool. The ceiling fan over the queen bed will remind you of the soft breezes off the Mississippi River, which flows just blocks from the mansion. The large and airy bathroom with full tub and shower was once one of the home’s second floor porches.
The Dauphine features a queen bed and separate sitting nook with an armchair. The luxurious bathroom with a deep jetted tub, granite shower, double sinks, large vanity allows you to truly experience the ‘Uptown’ life in this spacious guest room.
Enjoy the pure elegance of this well-appointed room on the first floor. The room is light and airy with fourteen foot ceilings offering a veranda view overlooking Prytania Street and the Garden District. The wraparound porch has a private seating area outside the room which is accessible through the floor-to-ceiling windows and wooden shutters afford extra privacy for those wanting to sleep in.
Located on the second floor, this light, elegant and airy room is perfect for families or friends traveling together who need separate beds. Two queen beds, makes this the perfect base from which to embark on a day of shopping, sightseeing or visiting nearby universities. A large dressing room featuring exposed brick walls with expansive counter space and separate bathroom makes it a perfect choice when you need to spread out and see New Orleans!
New Orleans, LA (MSY) 16 miles
Take 1-10 to Westbank Expressway (Business 90) and exit at St Charles Avenue. Turn right onto St. Charles and drive to the intersection of Third Street and St. Charles. Take a left onto Third Street and go one block to the stop sign. This is Prytania St., turn right and we are one block up on the right hand side at the corner of Fourth and Prytania. The large white three-story Victorian with the huge oak tree in the front.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Sports venue, Tours, University, Zoo
Historic Inn, Homestay, Mansion
Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fridge, Library, Parking, Washer/dryer , Conceirge Services
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycles, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Melinda McSpadden, Molly O'Keefe, and Emery Finegan
The best part about running a bed and breakfast would definitely have to be meeting and building relationships with all of our wonderful guests!