Our Guest House

Staying at the Pierre Coulon Guest House is a unique experience! This small, private apartment is conveniently located minutes from the French Quarter, the Central Business District and the Ernest Morial Convention Center. The house was built in 1831 and is a classic example of New Orleans Creole architecture.  It is a comfortable, peaceful, and relaxing place to stay, and you can easily wander out a few blocks to enjoy our many local neighborhood cafes and nearby attractions.  We’re just seven blocks downriver from the historic French Quarter, four blocks from the vibrant Frenchmen Street entertainment district, and three blocks from the St. Claude Avenue art galleries and music clubs. While this is not a traditional Bed & Breakfast, we aim to offer a level of attention and service that will make your stay in New Orleans as pleasant and memorable as possible.

Please call, text, or email to check availability and inquire about a reservation now!



The Pierre Coulon Guest House is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our guests!

We have only one guest suite, so when you stay in this comfortable, private apartment there are no other guests besides your own group on the property!  (The owner lives on-site, but in a separate building.)  Social distancing is easy, since the guest house and patio are spacious, and there is a private entrance that leads directly to the street.





Ideal for short- or long-term visits, Pierre Coulon Guest House provides comfortable and convenient accommodations for visitors interested in several days of sightseeing or for extended vacations. It is also the perfect “temporary home” for the business or conference traveler.

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Rates & Reservations

Your Stay

Stay with us and experience a bit of authentic and historic New Orleans! Explore the city from a comfortable base in the Faubourg Marigny, one of the most vibrant and interesting neighborhoods in America! We’ll do our best to make sure that your visit here is as enjoyable, relaxing, and interesting as possible!

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Local Information

Explore New Orleans

Prior to your visit, you may want to do a little “homework” to learn about interesting places to see, restaurants to try, or live music events. The following list of Internet links will help you get some general information about New Orleans, its music scene, restaurants, and other entertainment venues.

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Read what guests have said about their stay with us:

“We loved our stay at the Pierre Coulon guesthouse over Mardi Gras 2012. Looking for a place where we could all stay together, this guesthouse provided an excellent value and more of a unique experience than a normal hotel. The rooms are cute, very clean, and the kitchen/living room were thoughtfully stocked. Daily housekeeping (clean towels, trash emptied etc.) was a really nice touch and a reminder that this is more than just a house rental. Breakfast/snacks provided were light (coffee/milk/cereal – the coffee was much appreciated!!) but that’s exactly what we wanted, because other breakfast places in the area are amazing… the surrounding neighborhood is adorable and the walk even to the french quarter is pretty short, and we also appreciated the chance to stretch our legs a bit. Frenchman street is even closer. Overall a wonderful location and house to stay in.   Having a leisurely cup of coffee on the beautiful patio, before going out to the parades, was one of my favorite memories of our trip! What a pretty, picturesque place to stay.   The hosts were also very accommodating and a perfect balance of being available whenever we needed something, but not infringing on our privacy at all…the private entrance to the house helps with that… and they were so, so nice, from our email correspondence, booking the house, providing lots of tips/literature for the area, etc.  I would definitely stay here again if we’re back in New Orleans. We were a group of friends in our late 20′s but I’m imagining returning with my family and enjoying the guesthouse experience again. Wonderful! Thanks Rich and Stephen!!”  (Comments by Kate, February, 2012)


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