Maison de Macarty
Welcome to Maison de Macarty, a historic New Orleans Bed & Breakfast, located in the Bywater National Historic District; Maison de Macarty just five minutes from the sights, sounds and excitement of the French Quarter. Bywater is a bohemian district unique to New Orleans composed of blue collar working class families, young professionals, artists, and musicians; and has been labeled one of America's most interesting neighborhoods.
Our 1860s Victorian home is a luxurious landmark in the neighborhood; features six guest rooms in the main house all with en-suite baths, and two private cottages.
Enjoy one of our award winning chef's hearty breakfasts and then choose to wile away the hours by our mineral water Breakfast a la Maison swimming pool, enjoy a good book under the shade of the Crepe Myrtle trees on our private courtyard, or venture out into the city to people watch in Jackson Square, bargain hunt on Magazine Avenue, or take a streetcar ride and marvel at majestic oaks and million-dollar mansions on Saint Charles Avenue.
After a day experiencing the old world charm that is New Orleans, return to the gracious hospitality and restful home away from home of Maison de Macarty to refresh, rejuvenate, and get ready to do it all again.
Each of our guest rooms offer the following amenities:
* Secure high speed wireless internet connectivity
* Private, en suite bathrooms
* Individually zoned room climate control systems and ceiling fans
* Hypoallergenic European down mattresses, and comforters
(just to be safe let us know if you are allergic)
* Complementary breakfast, coffee, and tea (There's always some of Chef Poole's award winning treats around)
* White noise generators for those who have difficulty sleeping in a new location
* A comfortable, relaxing home away from home in a private residence, without the distraction of televisions and telephones
||3820 Burgundy St
New Orleans, LA 70117
||+1 (504) 267-1564
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This page was last updated: 03 December 2010