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Creole Comfort Cove

  • Marigny
  • Cottage

6

Guests

3

Bedrooms

2

Bathrooms

Welcome to your haven in the heart of New Orleans, where a cozy retreat awaits you. Nestled in a charming district just moments away from the dynamic city center, our cozy abode offers the perfect launchpad for your city escapades. Immerse yourself in the city’s rich tapestry of festivals, savor the local culture, and indulge in the culinary delights. Explore on foot or take a scenic streetcar ride through town. Book now to explore the vibrant city that we call home!
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Notes

Normal check-in time is 4pm on the arrival date. For check-in's from 1pm - 4:00pm, it's an extra $50 to have an extra cleaner assist with servicing the property. Check-in before 1pm would require booking the previous night at a much discounted rate. Contact host for details.

Street parking cannot be guaranteed and when utilizing street parking please make sure to adhere by city and state laws.

*Our space is not handicapped accessible or ADA compliant*
*Pack-n-play/highchairs must be reserved.

*Important: For non-Airbnb guests only - Our properties are protected and insured by Safely - a globally recognized trust and safety company that allows hosts and guests to confidently transact.
-Please note that once you have booked, you will be contacted via email by Safely to complete your booking validation, which includes ID verification and confirmation of other minor details.

Neighborhood

The French Quarter is New Orleans’ oldest and most expensive neighborhood, but homeowners who seek its densely urban layout, historic appeal, and walkability can find those same attributes in the neighboring Marigny Triangle. In some ways, the Marigny Triangle is superior to the French Quarter: sandwiched between the Vieux Carre and the trending Bywater, it enjoys proximity to amenities in both neighborhoods. This suite is ideally located, with only short distances to numerous New Orleans landmarks including Jackson Square (1.1 Miles), Caesars Superdome/Smoothie King Center (1.9 Miles), The National WWII Museum (2.5 Miles), and Harrahs Casino (1.9 Miles).

Faubourg Marigny

Residents of the Faubourg (an ancient French term for "suburb") Marigny are very proud of their neighborhood...and who can blame them?

Here in this small wedge of real estate located just downriver from the French Quarter, you'll find everything that makes New Orleans a uniquely wonderful place. The jazz clubs lining Frenchmen Street are world-famous, and every night you can hear big-name acts jamming with the hippest stars of tomorrow. The Marigny is home to some of the city's trendiest restaurants: places where new chefs constantly reinvent the city's cuisine. Neighborhood galleries and antique stories offer gems for every pocketbook, from museum-quality art to thrift-shop chic. And the area's eclectic late Georgian, Creole, and Greek Revival houses nestle closely together, forming a fascinating and varied cityscape.

The Marigny's boundaries as defined by the City Planning Commission are: North Rampart Street and St. Claude Avenue to the north, Franklin Avenue to the east, the Mississippi River to the south and Esplanade Avenue to the west.

The Marigny was laid out in the first decade of the 19th century by eccentric Creole millionaire developer Bernard Xavier Philippe de Marigny de Mandeville on land that had been his family plantation, just downriver from the old city limits of New Orleans. The portion of the Marigny closer to the river was built up first; the area on the side of St. Claude Avenue (formerly "Goodchildren Street") away from the river was sometimes called "New Marigny".

Elysian Fields Avenue, named after the Champs-Élysées in Paris, was designed to be the main street of the Faubourg Marigny. It was the first street in New Orleans to extend all the way from the riverfront straight to Lake Pontchartrain, 8 km (5 miles) away. From 1830-31, the Pontchartrain Railroad was built, with tracks running down the center of Elysian Fields. The area at the other end of the rail line developed into Milneburg. Marigny's town square, Washington Square, fronts Elysian Fields.

The neighborhood declined in the mid-20th century, but came back strong in the late 20th century. After profiteering centered around the 1984 World's Fair drove many long-term residents from the French Quarter into the Marigny. Frenchmen Street soon developed the city's premier collection of live music venues and restaurants, and is a popular destination for both locals and knowledgeable out-of-towners.
If you have any questions about the neighborhood, please send us a message!

Access

Guests will have uninterrupted access to the entirety of this home - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, living area, laundry. Please note the backyard is shared with the owner on rare occasions.

Space

This space has been meticulously cared for to preserve its historic features while also keeping your comfort in mind to make it the perfect spot for your stay! With all the amenities you could ask for, you can enjoy a stress-free visit to New Orleans!

Completely Private Space, including private entrance and exclusive access to the home!-
Large backyard deck with seating!
Intimate Setting For Couples-
Extremely Comfortable Beds!-
Table and chairs to enjoy a meal Eat in the full kitchen
Smart TVs in each bedroom where you can login to Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime video, etc
Desk for laptop workspace -
•Digital Guidebook W/ Food/Fun Recommendations, Early Check-in/Late Checkout options, etc. •24/7 check-in allowed


Note that the two bedrooms on the first floor are "shotgun" style where the first room must be walked through to get to or from the second - however, the second room has an attached bathroom.

Trashcans can be found on the side of the house

Transit

*Airport Transportation:
We have partnered with a local Transportation company, Jazzy Limousine and Shuttle, to offer discounted transportation to/from the Airport!
*Street parking is available but cannot be guaranteed and when utilizing street parking please make sure to adhere by city and state laws.
*Directions:
From I-10 West: Head southwest on I-10 W
Take exit 237 for Elysian Fields Ave
Keep left at the fork and merge onto Elysian Fields Ave
Turn right onto Burgundy St
Turn right at the 3rd cross street onto Pauger St

From I-10 East: Follow I-10 E to N Claiborne Ave in New Orleans. Take exit 236A from I-10 E
Take Esplanade Ave to Pauger St

Rooms and Beds

Room #1

queen beds: 1
1

Room #2

queen beds: 1
2

Room #3

double beds: 1
3

Features and Amenities

Air Conditioning
Air Conditioning
Allows Children
Allows Children
Baby High Chair
Baby High Chair
Baby Travel Bed
Baby Travel Bed
Babysitter Recommendations
Babysitter Recommendations
Baking Sheet
Baking Sheet
Bathtub
Bathtub
Body Soap
Body Soap
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Carbon Monoxide Detector
Ceiling Fan
Ceiling Fan
Check In Option Instruction
Check In Option Instruction
Chef's kitchen
Chef’s kitchen

Rates and Availability

Taxes and fees are additional

Reviews

Loved our stay in Nola! Everything was perfect! Thank you!

Tina (review from Airbnb)
5star rating
Loved our stay in Nola! Everything was perfect! Thank you!

Me and my two friends stayed here for the Beyonce…

Krystan (review from Airbnb)
5star rating
Me and my two friends stayed here for the Beyonce concert. We felt very safe walking to and from the French Quarter, day and night. I appreciated the ability to control the temperature, as it was so hot outside. The hosts were very responsive and offered suggestions of places to visit. We would book again.

Great spot if you want to be close to the…

Anne (review from Airbnb)
5star rating
Great spot if you want to be close to the Quarter, but not in the middle of it all. Went with friends for my birthday weekend and this house was the perfect hub for us in NOLA for a long weekend. Quiet and exactly as described, and a great deal—you won’t regret it.

We loved staying here! Host was very responsive! The place…

Olyvia (review from Airbnb)
5star rating
We loved staying here! Host was very responsive! The place was super clean and has all the amenities listed! You have to prepare for the back bedroom/ bathroom situation, but it didn’t cause problems. We felt safe and bourbon street, the French quarter, Jackson square were all within walking distance! Would recommend

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