My boyfriend and I stayed at M de M and we loved every second of it. The owners, Dr. warren and Kurt, were very kind and knowledgeable about the town with great recommendations. Breakfast, in the hands of Curtis, was every day a master piece.
The house is beautiful and along with its innkeepers, you are surely going to feel at home. Also, major bonus points for letting us borrow bicycles. NOLA is a different town if you can bike around.
The B&B is in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Bywater, which is a $10 taxi from the French Quarter, or a 15 min bike ride. It's a great neighborhood but it is more on the residential side. I personally, preferred staying there than in the chaos that is the French Quarter.
Will certainly be back! Thank you guys!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our historic 1860s Victorian home is a luxurious landmark in the Bywater National Historic District, an area settled down river from the French Quarter in 1807. The property features six guest rooms in the main house all with en suite baths, two private cottages, off-street parking, a mineral water swimming pool,970 sqft sun deck, solar generated electricity and hot water, and earth-friendly guest amenities.Our breakfast is what really makes us special. Each morning either Executive Chef Curtis or Chef Ashley prepare a freshly cooked breakfast complete with fruit, freshly baked pastries and a hot plate that will make you wanna slap your momma! No stale continental breakfast here! ... more less
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