Balcony Courtyard Kitchenette near French Quarter

Private room in bed and breakfast hosted by EsplanadeMansion

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
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Experience New Orleans like a local! This beautiful Mansion on Esplanade is within walking distance to the French Quarter, StreetCar line, Frenchmen Street, Armstrong Park, and more! You will love the location, the people, the views, the high ceilings, while still feeling like you are right at home. Ideal for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families! Create memories that will last a lifetime in this home that exudes the elegance and decadence of Old New Orleans.

The space
This breathtaking mansion is right on the infamous Esplanade Avenue in Historic Treme, right out side of the French Quarter! Enter through the large Courtyard, up your private staircase to a spacious balcony where you’ll have your own private entrance to this large condo. Part of the Bed&Breakfast, but removed from the hustle and bustle, you’ll have a private living room, kitchen, bedroom, and en suite bathroom. You'll be saturated by the feeling of old New Orleans with the high ceilings and large windows in each room. Relax on one of our balconies and enjoy the sights and sounds of the city from the large courtyard!

What this place offers

Courtyard view
Wi-Fi
Free parking on premises
TV
Air conditioning
Shared patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Luggage drop-off allowed
Hair dryer
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

For much of the 18th century, the land just outside New Orleans' city limits -- that is, the land outside the area we call the French Quarter -- was occupied by the Morand Plantation and brickyard, much of which was later acquired by hat maker and real estate developer Claude Treme. Shortly after Treme acquired it, the Spanish government in 1794 dug the Claiborne Canal from the fledgling city to Bayou St. John, splitting the tract and, by making it more accessible, opening it up for development. According to the Data Center, Treme had sold off most of his land by 1810, and by 1812 it had been subdivided for development of the neighborhood that today bears his name.

Now, the neighborhood, which is viewed by many as ground zero of New Orleans culture, seems to be on an upswing as people who have fallen in love with the area's diverse architecture and culture are buying houses to restore. The Historic Faubourg Treme Association has been a force in this renaissance. Among the neighborhood's landmarks are St. Augustine Catholic Church and the Backstreet Cultural Museum, which houses a wealth of Mardi Gras Indian suits.

Treme is recognized as America's oldest African-American neighborhood.
Although Treme has always been a rich source of African-American culture, it has nurtured a host of black and white New Orleans musicians, including Kermit Ruffins, Shannon Powell, Louis Prima and Alex Chilton. Located at the epicenter of New Orleans culture, the neighborhood also has been home to artists, entrepreneurs, doctors and teachers, and it is being discovered by people in search of the often-elusive combination of affordable prices and architectural elegance.

Hosted by EsplanadeMansion

  1. Joined in November 2020
  • 362 Reviews
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During your stay

We will send the keypad codes through the message center the morning of arrival, and we are often on site during the day, but if you have any questions or concerns, you can always reach us by phone or text!
  • Policy number: Exempt: This listing is a licensed hotel, motel, or bed and breakfast
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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