- Room Type:Entire House
- Max Guests:4
- Min Stay:2
- Pets Allowed:No
- dish washer
- soap/shampoo provided
- ceiling fans
- towels provided
- cable tv
- linens provided
- air conditioning
- alarm clock
- washing machine
- wireless internet
- outdoor dining area
- electric stove
The Duvigneaud House is available for 30 day vacation or corporate rates only available. Please call Degas House for short term accommodations. Thank you.The property is owned and operated by the Edgar Degas House, New Orleans' premier museum house and bed and breakfast.
Description of Property
The galleries facing the street allow for entertainment, people watching, and, when needed, an escape from New Orleans’ treacherous sunlight. In the rear, a large fenced in patio is perfect for barbequing, relaxation, and socializing.
Entering the home through beautiful French doors, a spacious home away from home welcomes you. In the bedroom, a good night’s sleep is never a question in its comfy queen-size bed. Traveling with friends, family, or business peers? The pull out in the living room can comfortably serve as a second bed. And though you may be tempted to visit one of New Orleans’ wonderful restaurants on any given night, a complete, apartment style kitchen is always there for the moments when you are inspired to cook up some Creole cuisine of your own.
When you’re ready to step out and experience New Orleans, the French Quarter is a must, but the lovely Midcity neighborhood cannot be overlooked. Several cafes, grocery stores, bars, and impressive restaurants are within walking distances. For an unbeatable po-boy, you can never go wrong at Midcity’s own Parkway Bakery and Tavern. If fine dining is what you crave, Lolas and Café Degas are sure to please even the most sophisticated palette.
When you are ready to ready to burn off last night’s Fried Catfish and Bread Pudding, take a stroll through City Park or down the halls of NOMA, the New Orleans Museum of Art. Walking and bike trails are also nearby for those hoping to remain disciplined during their stay in a city notorious for its vices.
If to hear great music is what drew you to New Orleans, a stay at the Duvigneaud House puts you in the action. Located only three blocks from site of Jazz Fest, it is the ideal getaway for music lovers and festival goers. In fact, the sound of trumpets and Zydeco accordions have been known to gently wake those too worn and tired from the previous day’s toll of dancing and drinking. In addition, City Park is just a short walk away from the Duvigneaud House, making it the perfect getaway destination for that other big New Orleans music festival, Voodoo Fest.
To top it off, the French Quarter, the city’s epicenter for excitement and energy, is only minutes away by cab (about a $7 fare). Downtown can also easily be accessed by bus, with the nearest bus stop only two blocks away.
With some much to offer, it is only fitting to say that Duvigneaud House is the embodiment of Big Easy charm and genuine southern comfort.
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