"Vieux Carre" French Quarter Flat with Private Courtyard
This THIRDHOME flat features top of the line period antiques, as well as a full European kitchen with all stainless steel appliances, Smeg refrigerator, Nespresso machine, juicer, and more.
Enjoy beignets and coffee in your privately walled, landscaped courtyard with gorgeous olive jars and foliage.
Drink wine by candlelight in the art filled space, while listening to your favorite music of choice on the sound system.
Enjoy views from the wrap around "Beauregard House" balcony; or walk down legendary Bourbon Street for all the bars the French Quarter has to offer.
Take 1 block South to the elite Royal Street for luxury shopping: estate jewelry, period antiques, art galleries, and designer clothing.
Cross the old "Millionaires Row" known as Esplanade Avenue for a quick 2 block walk to Frenchmen Street in the Marigny - the "it" place for all the jazz, brass band, and zydeco you can take in.
You are only steps away from the French Market by the Mississippi River for local food merchants.
Walk to the cemetery holding the vault of the first VooDoo queen; or go on a haunted tour of the Quarter.
Located within walking distance of hundreds of the best restaurants the US has to offer - the city for the most demanding foodie!
Take a cooking class, stay in and relax in a private Vieux Carre lifestyle, or take to the streets, drinks in hand, looking for the next best culinary experience!
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Condo with 2 levels
1 bedroom, 1 bath, 700 square feet, 66 square meters
4 guests maximum
Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY)
20 minutes by cab
Gourgeous Private Courtyyard - rare in the Quarter. Located on the corner of legendary Bourbon Street and Esplanade Avenue lined with live beautiful oaks. Steps to all the jazz clubs of Frenchmen Street & the Marigny.
No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
Activities of Interest
- New Orleans' music scene includes jazz and blues club and plenty of live music.
- Experience traditional New Orleans cuisine. Try gumbo, jambalaya, crawfish etouffee, beignets and more!
- Architecture in New Orleans is one of a kind! Check out St. Charles Avenue, Gardens of New Orleans, or the New Orleans area plantaions.
- There are stunning Cemeteries you don't want to miss including St. Roch Cemetery, St. Louis Cemetery, and Lafayette Cemetery.
Places of Interest
- Frenchmen Street is home to some of the city's most popular live music.
- Royal Street is the French Quarter's more refined and elegant epicenter of local artistic culture.
- Port of Call is a "can't be missed" dining experience with world famous burgers.
Dan C.March 2023
Quiet yet close to the action, and a stone's throw from where the locals hang out. Couldn't think of a better location or a cozier apartment. I hope to come back again and again. ”
Martin S.June 2023
We had a great stay !!! The apartment is well stocked with everything you need and has a nice feel with high ceilings and old charm. The court yard gives you your own private space as well a pool around the rear of the building I’m glad to say the air con works as we had temperatures over a100 degrees!!! The location couldn’t be more ideal for the French quarter as your right in the middle of it !! Shelly was a great host who really helped with her suggestions We would love to go back as soon as we have lost the extra pounds we put on during our stay !!!”
Terry W.April 2023
We love New Orleans, and this is our third trip there. We had never stayed very close to the French Quarter, but Shelly's flat is only one street away from the famous Vieux Carre. We walked to or through it everyday, the location so convenient to anything one wants to do, whether world class dining, fantastic jazz clubs, super shopping, or croissants and cafe au lait for breakfast. Before arriving, Shelly emailed us three pages of places to go, to see, to do, to eat, to drink, to enjoy, even telling us "not to be missed" favorites of hers. So very helpful! And she was very attentive whenever we had a question while we were there. The the only issue we had was that building is shared by several other flats, and we could hear people above us and beside us quite clearly. There is a king bed on a balcony that overlooks the kitchen and living room which would accommodate two other people. But one bathroom, which is downstairs. All in all, this is a convenient landing spot at the end of the day after visiting the amazing opportunities in New Orleans.”