Great for visiting couples, work travelers, visitors wanting a rest away from the clamor. Clean, cozy, quiet master bedroom, bathroom, and work/eat space with private entrance near the Fairgrounds (Jazzfest) in the historic Seventh Ward neighborhood. Convenient to Marigny/Bywater, the French Quarter, Uptown, and public transportation, close to Faubourg St. John restaurants. Fenced-in backyard includes chicken coop, garden, and patio. LGBTQ and all backgrounds warmly welcome.
You'll find a cozy breakfast nook as you enter, with a small table, surrounded by a cloud mural on all sides. The bedroom is immersed in blue and turquoise, furnished with dressers, closets and and armoire so that you can unpack and be comfortable. The space is decorated with local art. The bathroom is a watery blue Venetian plaster, with patterned Mexican tiles on the floor and tub surround. A Keurig coffee maker, microwave, and small refrigerator will help with snacks and caffeine.
Zugang für Gäste
Your space is completely separated from the house by two locked doors and your own front entrance, so you can enjoy your privacy. I live in the back portion of the house and have an art studio upstairs, so I'm easily accessible via phone or text.
Feel free to peek at the chickens or have coffee on the patio in back. Please simply check for dogs first and be sure that the gates (and chicken coop) are secured.
Interaktion mit Gästen
You'll have complete privacy, but please call or text if you have any questions or concerns, need anything, or would just like a recommendation!
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I'm Kelly, an artist-teacher in New Orleans. Originally from Chicago, I've lived here for over a decade now and have found that there's no place like NOLA. I have stayed in a few AirBnB's in the US (with my family) and in Brazil (on my own) over the years, and have found the most wonderful, gracious, and interesting hosts. I'm excited to finally be able to open my own house to traveling guests as they pass through this beautiful city.
I tend to be a little on the quiet side and keep to myself, but I'm happy to answer any questions you have, or to suggest places to eat or explore. Want super-local? Try Wink's Buttermilk drop, a few blocks away, or pick up a seafood "berl" hot plate at the corner store. Sample the nearby restaurants? Lola's paella, Santa Fe's perfect margarita patio, and Cafe Degas are minutes away (and it would be criminal not to have at least a few local meals). Need some outdoors, or some art? I'd be happy to tell you who to talk to about canoeing, where to find local marinas, and where the gallery districts are.
Everyone needs a little unwind time during their travels, and I hope my cozy little haven will provide you with some quiet relaxation between your NOLA adventures!