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2023 Esplanade Ave New Orleans, LA 70116
2023 Esplanade AvenueUSLouisianaNew Orleans70116
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Luxury B&B accommodations a few blocks from the French Quarter. Luxury hotel amenities in a more home-like setting. Historic neighborhood. Full cooked gourmet breakfast, wi-fi internet, much more.
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Elegant, antebellum-style B&B with a patio & gardens plus perks such as creative breakfasts & WiFi.- Google
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Craig Jenne
7 months ago
We decided to make a day trip out of a visit to Pensacola and found this wonderful B&B! While we were only there one night, Patrick and his wife made us feel like family. The house/rooms are magnificent and the breakfast was homemade and a good as any restaurant. A short walk to the French quarter and a hop on I-10 to get elsewhere is a breeze. We highly recommend Patrick and Karma's B&B!
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Stephanie Allen
7 months ago
My stay at Ashton's Bed & Breakfast was actually a gift from my grandparents and what an awesome gift it was! We stayed in the 'Creole Queen' bc the room was painted red (my favorite color) and the description stated it was for couples looking for a romantic getaway (we were:). We were really impressed. The entire B&B is gorgeous, but the Creole Queen was especially aesthetically pleasing. It's tucked away in the back part of the house on the second story, so you feel like you have some privacy. We actually didn't have to walk through the main house as we went to and from the city. The room was clean and the A/C was in full effect (important when in NOLA during Hurricane season). It was definitely worth the extra money to have the shower and jacuzzi tub. The food is totally out of this world: Patrick says he has no formal training, but this man is a true self-made chef. One morning we had sweet potato french toast and the other morning we had poached eggs in a puff pastry with creole sauce...I literally almost licked the plate. John is a fantastic server. There are refreshments/snacks available for the rest of the day. The location is another part of what makes this place superb: it's a $10 cab fare to the French Quarter. Esplanade truly is an ideal location for access to the city. I would recommend taking a cab everywhere bc you'll pay at least $20 to self-park, so it's not worth the headache when cabs make it too easy. I can honestly say that we will be back. If you think about it, you pay just about what you would pay for a hotel and yet you get a 5-star breakfast instead of a continental breakfast of stale toast and cold cereal. You are also surrounded by history, cajun culture, and architectural beauty instead of cookie-cutter corporate buildings, which is why most visit New Orleans anyway, right? Karma made great recommendations on where to go/what to do. Patrick & Karma were incredibly accomodating when arrived late. They even give you a keyless clicker to park in the back! We were incredibly pleased and you will be, too!
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Dr. Howard Fero
a year ago
Just leaving from a great four days with Patrick, Karma, and Richard at Ashton's. Often when traveling the accommodations aren't quite the same as what you expected. Ashton's they are even better! From the amazing breakfasts and rooms to sitting on the porch and talking New Orleans and sports with Patrick. ..great all around. Thanks for all the extras and for making our time in your city so special. We look forward to coming back and introducing more friends to Ashton's...we'll keep the Creole Room for ourselves!
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Michelle Bourgeois
2 years ago
My husband and I chose to go away on a last minute get away and we decided to stay in a bed and breakfast vs. hotel. We are so glad we did. From the minute we walked into this charming home we felt relaxed, serene and completely at ease with the historic home built in the mid 1800's . This home had all the historic features you would like to see in a home in New Orleans. From the furniture, lighting and floors you can tell this home is very well taken care of and the historic factor is essential to the owners who were very informative not only on the home but the surrounding areas to visit from attractions, tours and dining. The beds themselves were so luxiourous with their spa like sheets. Provided was complimentary Aveda bath soaps, shampoo, conditioner and lotion along with make-up remover cloths and a sewing kit for those emergencies. The room we stayed in the Bourbon Street had a jetted clawfoot tub that my 6'3" husband could actually stretch out in and has informed me he wants at home. Bath salts were provided to enhance this bubbly wonder. Free parking in a gated driveway was a keypoint as to why we initally chose this B&B. The owners Patrick and Karma are delightful hosts. They were very friendly and wanted to ensure we enjoyed our stay there. I can't say enough about the quality of the room, the shared spaces and the scrumptious breakfast Patrick provided each morning. They have two outdoor kitties Boots (tiger striped) and Leo (grey) which were well mannered and kind. I have three at home and it made me feel comforted to have some four legged companions around to pet. If you are not of the pet variety type people don't let this put you off as the cats will leave you be only acknowledging you when you call them or sit down and put a friendly hand out to say hello. We will definately be back to this AAA+ B&B.
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Kathleen Walls
7 months ago
What a fantastic place to stay in New Orleans. Visited recently for a short trip before I went to Lake Charles for Travel Media Showcase. As a travel writer, I have stayed in lots of great places but Ashton's ranks up near the top of my list. It is gracious old New Orleans at its best. It combines the flavor of an exclusive antebellum home that offers a feel of one of the finest neighborhoods in the Crescent City with all the modern conveniences needed to make a visitor comfortable. Can't decide if I liked the delicious breakfasts or the huge ball and claw whirlpool style tub best.
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Melissa Adams
2 years ago
We arrived, rang the front doorbell and were immediately shown where we could move our car to a parking area protected by a locked gate. This was just the beginning of what turned out to be a peaceful, comfy and secure refuge for us to go to between our forays into the hub-bub of New Orleans. The bedroom was very quiet, the bed was comfortable (no sags or lumps), the room and bathroom were exceptionally clean and we enjoyed several unexpected treats. The room included a whirlpool tub and special bath salts. Anytime we wanted we were able to avail ourselves of a well-stocked snack area for tea, coffee, soda, fruit and crackers & cookies. The breakfast portions were generous & freshly made and were modified to fit our preferences. The location is very accessible to the French Quarter. Even if we're just passing through New Orleans in the future, we'll definitely plan to spend a night at Ashton's B&B.
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Paul Zwiebel
2 years ago
Ashton's set a new standard for me in my B&B experience. A well restored and decorated old New Orleans home with spacious rooms and baths create an environment for relaxation and retreat from the day's activities. The carefully prepared, tasty and imaginative breakfasts are culinary delights crafted by Patrick and set the stage for lingering around the table, chatting with the other guests. Conversation naturally spills over to the comfortable and well decorated parlor, the quiet backyard beneath the old live oak, or the rocking chairs on the front porch. Amenities abound to assure your comfort and sense of being a welcome guest: very comfortable beds with luxurious linens, fine soaps and shampoo, candy (mints and chocolates are never out of reach); 24 hours-a-day, the dining area is filled with fruit and a variety of snacks, 2 refrigerators well-stocked with water, juice and beer, as well as coffees and teas in assortment. Patrick and Karma are the kind of affable, warm and accommodating hosts you hope to find in a B&B. They have a ready smile and are attentive to your every need; to make yours a great experience, they don't hesitate to graciously go out of their way without ever letting you feel you have inconvenienced them. (Patrick lent me his fleece so I wouldn't miss a morning's run, when the temperature unexpectedly plunged!) Ashton's suburban neighborhood, Esplanade ridge, is just 2 miles from the Convention Center and a little less to the French Quarter. This was the perfect combination of convenience and relaxing escape from the business- and tourist parts of my trip. Why would I ever stay in a NOLA hotel ever again?
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Stefan Elser
2 years ago
My wife and I spent 3 nights of our honeymoon here and we didn't want to leave. The whole experience is very luxurious and comfortable, you get out more than what you pay for! If you stay here you will learn to love breakfast.


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