Our cozy and warm studio in our Marigny Triangle Creole Cottage is definitely the one for a soothing getaway! Located only 2 blocks from Frenchman Street, one of the hottest live music rows in the area, you don't even need a car to get around! In fact we are only 3 blocks from the edge of the historic French Quarter, why even get a vehicle and fight with the limited parking.
What's so great about this space is that it can be a romantic getaway for two or a nice studio to be the gateway to your adventure!! This space fits two people on their NOLA adventure with ease. There is a full kitchen so if you want to heat up some yummy leftover or make your own meals, you have the option! And our full bath gives you the option of a quick shower or a long soak in the bath.
You will have access to our full kitchen that's stocked with plates, cups, utensils, and all the basic cooking necessities. There is also a Keurig and we provide complimentary coffee and waters in the refrigerator.
Interakcija s gostima
My husband and I are typically not on site unless we are working on the other units. We love to meet new people and like to chat if we're around but we also remain respectful of your privacy.
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No more than maximum occupancy in studio.
When leaving the studio, you must shut and lock all shutters, doors, and windows.
Please clean or place any dirty dishes in the dishwasher for us to take care of.
Since this is a 200+ year old home with original floors, please wipe up any spills that might occur to avoid mildew and damage to wood.
When checking out, simply put keys in the mail slot next to the house.
Sign our lovely guestbook so we can see where our awesome guests are from!!!
I am a stay at home mother is 2 beautiful little boys and a full time burlesque dancer around the city of New Orleans as well as around the country. I loooove to travel so when I get hired to perform in other cities, I jump at the chance to meet other people!
I'm a biiiig foodie and I love to try new things. There are so many great restaurants here in NOLA that I've tried almost all of them since I've been living here. Speaking of....
I am originally from Jacksonville, NC which is right on the coast of NC. My father was in the Marines so we moved around a bit but my mother and I ended up settling in her hometown of Lake Charles, LA. When it was time for me to go to college, I ended up at Loyola University and fell in love with the city. I had to transfer to University of Louisiana-Lafayette due to Hurricane Katrina but I had met my husband already so I finished college and 2 years later we were married.
I love to go to cities I've never been and can't wait to go overseas; my passport is ready to have a hole burned into from traveling a lot. This in turn has me super excited to have travelers from out of town and from cities on my bucket list!!