When asked about the best food in New Orleans, we reply "Antebellum Guest House breakfast". We loved our stay at the Antebellum. The only negative is that the the proprietor is mortal and will not be there forever. We want to go back ASAP.
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Keith made our trip unforgettable. His home and courtyard were breath taking, unmatched by any other home in New Orleans. The historically accurate detail of his home, the incredible authentic food and a host who truly strides to make the experience memorable makes this home...More
I am so happy I decided to stay here during my conference (vs. the conference hotel)! The home is a treasure with lots of unique historical features. Kieth provided incredible breakfasts and hospitality- he's a gourmet chef and an expert on original creole recipes and...More
This bed and breakfast embodies the spirit and authenticity of antebellum New Orleans. The hosts lovingly researched and recreated a southern plantation town home to help preserve the history of the city and its past, allowing the guests a unique and charming experience. Our stay...More
The Antebellum Guest House is absolutely gorgeous. The parlor area and dining room are restored to an original "antebellum" time with period furnishings. The rooms were beautiful as well. We stayed in the Rococo Room as I preferred the ground floor. However, because we were...More
"All rooms are exceptional but I will, in the future, aim for the Bordello Room with the historic Mahogany..."
"The suite is perfect if you have more than two people traveling together, but all the rooms are lovely."