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“Like Us” On Facebook

      "Like Us" on Facebook to join in our conversation about what is happening now in New Orleans. We enjoy sharing our favorite restaurants, music clubs, local artists, shopping spots, and tours with our guests and our Read more [...]

See New Orleans with a Jazzy Pass

Jazzy Pass Forget about bills and coins. Get in tune with the rhythm of New Orleans. Dip your Jazzy Pass into the fare machine on any RTA bus or streetcar, and you’re on your way. The Jazzy Pass is a card with a magnetic strip that lets you ride Read more [...]

A New Concierge Page

Please visit our new Concierge page….We have listed our favorite restaurants, tours, music clubs and local attractions.

Certificate of Excellence – Trip Advisor

In today's wired (or is it wireless?)world, many of our guests rely on Reviews from previous guests on Travel Review Sites like Google, TripAdvisor, Bed and Breakfast.com, and BBFinder.com. We want to thank all our guests for the many great reviews we Read more [...]

411nola.com

Check out www.411nola.com for really good inf0rmation about New Orleans “Things to Do!”

As old as jazz itself, Lionel Ferbos keeps on jammin’ – USATODAY.com

As old as jazz itself, Lionel Ferbos keeps on jammin' - USATODAY.com.   Check out USA News today for an interesting article on our Lionel Ferbos, 100 year old Trumpet player at the Palm Court Jazz Club in New Orleans..... Read more [...]

Cheap Eats

Stay at the Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast and enjoy the Frenchman Street music district….only 3 blocks away. Three of our favorites inexpensive restaurants featuring delicious New Orleans flavors are the following: La Peniche http://www.yelp.com/biz/la-peniche-new-orleans 940 Read more [...]

Houston Playwright– “The Familiar”

Our friend, mystery author and playwright from Houston, Rosemary Poole-Carter developed the ending of her new play, “The Familiar while staying with us during the Tennessee Williams Literary Festival earlier this year. The play opens in Seattle at Read more [...]

Streetcar service gets the green light!

Finally, with more than $90 million in hand to build it,RTA executives have announced approval to build the new streetcar line that connects downtown with the Marigny via Rampart, St Claude and Elysian Fields. The project should by completed by late Read more [...]

Granger’s Cookies-Our Holiday Favorite Treat!

We just ordered more Grangers cookies for the holidays. Gil's long time friend from the National Ballet of Canada, Leeyann Neeley, started the Granger Cookie company last year. You can check out her cookies on Facebook or order directly at grangerscookies@yahoo.com. Read more [...]

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