This charming historic home reflects the Creole Caribbean culture of New Orleans with bright colors, high ceilings and an abundance of natural light set in the best neighborhood in the city just steps away from some of the best Cajun and Creole restaurants, the streetcar, city park and bike paths. Spend your days lounging on the bayou, sipping drinks from the scores of local restaurants and bars, listening to live music from amazing local clubs or exploring City Park. This family friendly neighborhood has something to offer all ages, from kids to adults there is just so much to do!
Your New Orleans home is a beautiful example of creole architecture in one of the premier areas in New Orleans. You will have the whole 3 bedroom, 2 bath home to yourself. I live right next door so I am always available for recommendations, a greeting or for anything you would like to make your stay amazing. If y’all smell some crawfish boiling I love to meet guests and show them how we have a good time down here! A walk to Jazzfest, Voodoo Fest, Bayou Boogaloo
Mid City and Bayou St John is truly an amazing place in the center of New Orleans soulful heart. It’s very friendly and has some of the best hidden gems in New Orleans. Listening to live jazz in a courtyard full of live oaks at Bayou Wine Garden or City Park, breakfasts at Biscuits and Buns on Banks, some of the best food in the city just steps away. It is home to loads of fun bars, restaurants, and art galleries all located amongst historic homes on oak lined streets. From quaint shotguns and colorful Creole cottages, to Italianate mansions, American townhomes and storefront renovations, the Mid City and Bayou St. John neighborhoods are shining examples of how history and renewal can successfully merge together to create a funky and idyllic harmony only found in New Orleans. A commitment to preservation and diversity along with a heavy influence from the arts makes for beautiful and vibrant neighborhoods.
First, we always recommend a trip to our City Park. It’s the largest in the nation and boasts a beautiful sculpture garden (free) you can tour on land or via paddle boat. There is a wonderful spot, Morning Call, to have beignets and cafe au lait on a bayou surrounded by huge oak trees dripping with Spanish moss.
Lafiette Greenway bike path
More amazing patio restaurants and bars than you can shake a stick at
New Orleans Museum of Art
New Orleans Sculpture Garden
The Children's Museum
New Orleans Botanical Gardens
1 Mile to French Quarter, park space the entire walk or ride there
The beautiful Bayou St John and is surrounding historic neighborhood
Jazzfest, Voodoo Fest, Bayou Boogaloo just steps away.
Great Begniets from Morning Call
This list could be never-ending!
There are several options for getting around without a car, perfectly do-able in New Orleans.
New Orleans streetcar,
the Canal Street line runs just a few short blocks away. $1.25 will take you all the way to the French Quarter. It’s the oldest public transportation in the US and is a spectacular way to experience the city.
Your backyard is home to the lafitte greenway. This lovely green space is a short bike ride or a lovely walk to the French Quarter.
Nawlins Cab company (504) 522-9059.
Lyft and Uber are ultra cheap and very accessible, quick and reliable.
NewOrleans is a very walkable and bikeable city.