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Our Guest House

Staying at the Pierre Coulon Guest House is a unique experience! We are 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.

 

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Welcome

Introduction

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:

“I have had to work in New Orleans a lot this past year and I always stay here. It is off the beaten path of the French Quarter but you can still walk there if you want. It is in the Marigny which is filed with locals and has a nice genuine funky non-touristy vibe that I like. Also, Frenchman Street, famous for its music, is a very short walk away and there is a nice brunch place (Elizabeth’s Restaurant) within a mile.   One great thing I like is that they do NOT have a dining room where common meals are shared. They have one unit in the back (converted slave quarters) . Also downstairs is a kitchenette with a sink, microwave, refrigerator and dining table, The owners provide breakfast cereal, granola bars, milk, juice, coffee, tea and fruit that you can enjoy in the comfort of your own space. That is such a relief after I have been traveling or working all day.   I could not be pleased more with this place. The owners are very responsive but totally unobtrusive. It’s off the street so it is pretty quiet.”  (Comments from RichardZ, February, 2011)


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