ChezNous SOLD & NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS




                     SOLD & NO LONGER ACCEPTING RESERVATIONS 








                                                                Chez Nous
 










1800s Creole Cottage at
825 & 827 Touro St. in the Faubourg Marigny... the Bohemian Extension Of The French Quarter.
3 Blocks from the French Quarter &  1 block from Frenchmen Street .



      

     
  
Both of our suites have a front porch with bistro table.
 
 
 Chez Nous is a non-traditional New Orleans Bed & Breakfast with only two rental units. 
 
There is no common area where breakfast is served.
Each unit has it's own kitchenette containing microwave, fridge, toaster, coffee maker.
Continental breakfast items provided.
 
Both bed & breakfast units are large & have private entrances with front porch for smokers and  / or people watching.
 
 
Our One Bedroom Private Suite
is a large, 3 room suite 
 
Rm 1: Queen Bedroom with Memory foam Mattress
Rm 2: Mini kitchenette / sitting / dining room
Rm 3: Large full bath with extra large tub / shower
 
 

                                       
                One bedroom unit sitting room and queen bedroom                      One bedroom unit bath.
 
                                                                                                                      
Our Two Bedroom Private Suite
6 room apartment
 
Rm 1: Living room / dining room
Rm 2: Queen bedroom
Rm3: Kitchenette
Rm 4: Queen Bedroom
Rm 5: Ful bath with tub / shower (located in Rm 4 queen bedroom)
Rm 6: Laundry room with washer and dryer
 
          Two Bedroom unit, bedroom one.                              2 bedroom Kitchenette                                         2 bedroom living room
 
       
Two bedroom unit, bedroom 2.               Two bedroom unit full bath room.
 
See slide show above to view pictures of both units.
 

Chez Nous New Orleans Bed and Breakfast in an extension of the French Quarter, the Faubourg Marigny.

Originally a Creole suburb, Faubourg Marigny is a 200-year-old community. Streets follow a sharp curve in the Mississippi, providing grand views as one walks, bikes, or drives. Respite for pedestrians 

can be found in several wide, landscaped  avenues and two alleys of oak trees that surround the perimeter of Washington Square, the district's heart and soul. By day, this densely populated neighborhood of 

brightly painted cottages and shotgun houses beckons residents to its walkable streets, coffeehouses, and boutiques. By night, it is an entertainment destination with a distinctly bohemian vibe on the Mississippi.

Marigny, in the opinion of many, has become the more bohemian extension of the French Quarter,
increasingly becoming the neighborhood of choice for writers, painters, musicians, street entertainers and artists of all sorts.

Come stay with us at Chez Nous, your visit to the Big Easy is bound to be a memorable trip. 
 
 
 
 

Make sure volume is on for full effect

Surrounding Area:

Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral
The nightlife on Frenchmen and Bourbon streets
World class antiques shops and
Art galleries on Royal street
Wonderful food, from the local po-boy and
muffuletta to world-class cuisine
Music clubs, bars
Many fine shops and museums
Riverfront streetcar line
Canal Street streetcar line
St Charles streetcar line
The French Market and flea market/Bazaar
Mississippi River and its riverboats
Jax Brewery (shopping/dining complex)
Aquarium of the Americas
Cafe du Monde
Harrah's Casino
Your hosts, Craig and Donna
 
 
 


 
Map Location of Chez Nous New Orleans Bed and Breakfast
 
Upcoming events in New Orleans include:

French Market Tomato Festival

June

Reggae Festival

June

Go 4th on the River (Riverfront)

Essence Fest

 

July

Satchmo Fest

August

International Piano Competition

August

Southern Decadence (Labor Day)

September

Pride Fest -- Armstrong Park

September

Art for Art's Sake - Julia Street

October

Secret Gardens -- French Quarter

October

Swamp Fest at Zoo

October

N.O. Film & Video Fest

October

Voodoo on the Bayou

October

Halloween, Voodoo Fest

October

Celebration in the Oaks-City Park

November /January

Creole Christmas

December

New Year's/Sugar Bowl

January

Mardi Gras Week

February/March

St. Patrick's Day Parade(s)

March

Tennessee Williams Literary Fest

March

Spring Fiesta

March

French Quarter Festival

April

Jazz Fest

April/May

Greek Fest -- Hellenic Center

May
 

Your Hosts: Donna and Craig Sexton


  
 


 


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