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All reviewsmiss patmain mansionb bpool and hot tubold mansionfrench quarterport of calllouis armstrongother guestsesplanade avenuewithin walking distancebed and breakfastthird floorevery morningstreet parkingfew blocksfrenchman st
I really enjoyed my stay here. Mz.Pat is a hoot. Breakfast was delish.I was here on a girl's trip to Essence Festival .It felt like I was visiting family.not very fancy but our room was clean and well attended to.It was kinda nice being in...More
It's been years since I've stayed at a B&B and my husband never has stayed at one before so we weren't quite sure what to expect. We both appreciate history and love New Orleans so when we decided to make the drive and spend a...More
My 3 year old and I stayed at the Rathbone. Our room was on the side of the Main House... at first I was a little leery of the area because of the I10 and Claiborne exchange. No fears though after arriving at the Rathbone....More
Stayed in Rm 302 7/11,12.
This is a really nice B&B in New Orleans "proper". The street they are on, Esplanade, is lined with beautiful buildings.The buildings are very old. 1846, 1850....but they are maintained nicely. The architecture found on both the interior and exterior...More
My Husband and I loved our stay. We had a great room that was a quiet retreat after our busy days. Only minutes from Frenchman, The French Market and The Quarter it was really convenient to everything. Tonya the amazing breakfast lady serves up great...More
Response from SZQINSINCITY | Reviewed this property |
During the week there are bagels, English muffins, toast, cereals, yogurt, juice, coffee, and on the weekends a hot breakfast item is prepared as well. Enough to get you going for a day of fun exploring New Orleans.....
Response from flash2001 | Reviewed this property |
It probably would not be a problem if you were low key about it. There is no central lobby to Rathbone Mansion. All rooms are accessible from either exterior doorways or a central upstairs hallway. I just wouldn't invite... More
It probably would not be a problem if you were low key about it. There is no central lobby to Rathbone Mansion. All rooms are accessible from either exterior doorways or a central upstairs hallway. I just wouldn't invite your overnight guests to the breakfast in the dining room.