We stayed for 5 nights as the last leg of our road trip from Washington DC, having stayed in 7 other B&B's or hotels. This one was of the very highest quality in every way. Our hosts, Ed and Hillary made our stay so memorable. They were very helpful with all things New Orleans having lived in the city for many years, and are very friendly and approachable.
The breakfasts are delicious, freshly prepared and different each day. It was a real pleasure to sit down and eat them in their lovely dining area, often with one of them around to discuss the day with. We had the Verret Suite downstairs. Consisting of a bedroom, lounge, bathroom and mini kitchen with direct access onto the outside swimming pool, which we used twice a day and was very welcome after a day exploring the city. The house is one of the oldest on The Point and is beautiful with many original features, and is very convenient to the ferry being only a 5 minute walk away. It is set in a very quiet, leafy and historic residential area, being the second oldest district in New Orleans with a fascinating history.More