This B&B is located in a quiet, beautiful neighborhood, nestled a couple blocks from City Park and the bayou ... you have easy access to both. This B&B is for one set of visitors only: 1-4 people. The guest area is to the back of the house, and you have both a large bedroom and a separate sunroom.
The hosts, Laura and Eliot, and very friendly and are helpful with any special requests. Most of the house is shared space, and it is relaxing to sit inside, on the porch, or out in the garden/patio area. There is even a melodic water fountain in the garden which amplifies the zen.
This B&B is perfectly situated for both the Jazz Festival and the Voodoo festival
Loved the accommodations! Comfortable bedroom plus sunroom. Loved Laura and Elliot's beautifully decorated house. They are great hosts!
Wonderful place to stay, located close to everything the owners are wonderful and very helpful, I would stay again.
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Spent three nights here in very charming and spacious room on a comfy bed. There is a brightly lit sunroom attached to the bedroom with a small fridge. A great house situated close to city park, and an oasis from the bourbon street madness. Loved the gardens, decor, breakfast, and friendly help from Eliot. He recommended an excellent place for Jazz brunch and was personable and interesting. We will definitely return to The Laurel on our next trip to NOLA.
If you want a nice, quiet place to catch your breath and relax after a busy New Orleans adventure, then this is the place for you. Laura and Eliot are lovely hosts and provided useful information on restaurants and sites not to be missed. Streetcar conveniently located approximately 3 blocks away and takes you most places you want to go. Get the day pass on the streetcar and take all of the lines It was such a pleasure coming home to the sound of the fountain. You really get a sense of tradition in this home that has the most unusual antiques, pictures and photographs that you think you are in a museum. Don't expect a hot breakfast, but what you do have is wonderful coffee, fruit and pastries to greet you every morning. Don't miss Santa Fe Cafe for dinner, just across the bayou.