|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||800 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
Built in the 1800s by Judge Louis Duvigneaud, an influential French Creole at the time, this Fauborg St. John gem rests on New Orleansâ€™ oldest street. Exuding French and West Indies influence through its inviting, subtle, and, remarkably, efficient architecture, the home is a reflection of the cityâ€™s long history and rich cultural diversity.
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.
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New Orleans, Louisiana
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Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$185 - $250||$250 - $400||$1,250 - $2,250||$5,000 - $8,000||2 nights|
|Nov. 8 2011 - Mar. 31 2012
|Apr. 1 2012 - May. 9 2012||$250||$400||$2,250||$8,000||7 nights|
|May. 10 2012 - Oct. 5 2012||$185||$250||$1,250||$5,000||2 nights|
|Oct. 6 2012 - Nov. 7 2012||$250||$400||$2,250||$8,000||7 nights|
|All Other Dates||$250||$250||$2,250||$8,000||7 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 11, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Bay St. Louis, Mississippi
Excellent for business traveller
My time in New Orleans has been rewarding in business and fun, largely due to the excellent location where I have been staying. The Duvigneaud House Suite has an atmosphere about it that makes you feel at home immediately. The suite is spacious and open. It has beautiful courtyard and porches with swings. Inside, there are wooden floors, ceiling fans and very high ceilings. French Doors let you open up the inside directly to the exterior porch which is great while reading and enjoying the fresh air we're having here. The kitchen is modest and equipped for meals, (just coffee and toast for me. The washer and dryer in my suite are a life saver and has made my life much easier.There are 2 coffee shops(Fairgrinds has computers too if you go early, restaurants,(my favorite is Lola's)also small groceries,and Swirl Wines,where Carrie and Beth really have the nose for it, all within4 blocks walking, as well as Bayou St.John+the City Park for ecercise. (rowing on the Big Lake is great)Also,many people are biking on the streets.And the people are very friendly.The hurricane did substantial damage,so the porch and the columns are all restored and with fresh paint. The Jazz Festival will be here in this neighborhood beginning this week,so I will end my stay here with many musical groups and lots of people from everywhere.The staff of the Degas House have been very helpful+invited me to breakfast there,so I have enjoyed that several times.I have used the Degas House office as support for my work here and their help is wonderful. The magnolia tree in the front yard is over 100 years old and the house was built around 1800,which is considered old in the states.Although the back yard is not landscaped yet after the hurricane repairs, I used the front of the house only, because that's where the people pass on the sidewalks.
I have been very happy here and would like to recommend this. I will be returning and staying here again,with all the friends I've made in this neighborhood.