New Orleans has a unique and particular Old World culture that is different from any other city in the United States. Bed and breakfasts take advantage of this unique culture and give a different view of the city.
Creole Gardens Guesthouse
This location is spread across two mansions and two former servants' houses. It surrounds a courtyard with banana trees and is located off St. Charles Avenue. While sitting on the front porch, you can view the street cars. There are 26 rooms in the house. Each room is decorated in its own colors. The rooms are spread across each building, some with vaulted ceilings. New king and queen beds are in each room, and there is new plumbing throughout the premises.
Ashton’s Bed and Breakfast
While at this lovely bed and breakfast, you can sit on the spacious front porch in one of the rocking chairs or on the swing. It was built in the 1860s, and is only nine blocks from the French Quarter. Although the mansion has been restored to offer modern amenities, there is still a historical preservation to the mansion in the decorations and the furniture.
Sully Mansion Bed and Breakfast
This mansion is located in the garden district, the historic residential area of downtown. It has a large front porch that wraps around down one side of the house. The home is within walking distance to numerous restaurants and shopping centers. It is one of the more romantic homes in the area in both decoration and environment. Rooms are adorned in soft colors such as pink and ivory. It is the perfect honeymoon location in the area. A large sitting room is in the front of the home just past the front door. Modern amenities are offered in the home as well as charming personality.
The Green House Inn
When staying at this oasis of a bed and breakfast, you can relax in the saltwater pool that features a lagoon bottom. There is also a spa on the premises that is open 24 hours a day. This is a fun bed and breakfast for guests. A small library is located in the home with free Wi-Fi, books, and movies. Tropical gardens adorn the grounds. Rooms have private bathrooms and televisions. The house staff works to make everything comfortable so that all guests have to do is sit back and relax.
Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfasat
Built in 1891, this Queen Anne home has been transformed into three levels of rooms and common areas. There are eight fireplaces in the home and hardwood floors throughout. Older furnishings are in each room including poster beds, dressers, nightstands, and lamps.