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1739 Marengo St New Orleans, LA 70115
1739 Marengo StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70115
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Come and enjoy true Southern Comfort in a comfortable and fun atmosphere. We will ensure that you have the best possible NOLA experience by sharing our favorite places to eat, to listen to music and all those things that make New Orleans such a fascinating city. Our Uptown/Garden District location makes it easy to see the sights. The bed and breakfast experience is sure to enchant you - we offer cozy and comfortable rooms, relaxing common areas and distinctive and delicious breakfasts!

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Elegant rooms in a circa-1910 cottage, plus 3-course breakfast, a self-service bar & free bike use.- Google
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kelley robinson
2 weeks ago
Let's just say our first 24 hours of New Orleans accommodation was a hot hell without air conditioning. We had actually just come from a wonderful time at the beach and were about to go back when we stumbled upon Cindee's Southern Comfort. We were fortunate there was a room at the last minute. Cindee was kind to check us in and ensure our frowns were turned up side down. I've traveled across the states and internationally, it's safe to say Cindee runs a little slice of heaven. The rooms were simple, clean, and beautiful. Each equipped with its own thermostat and ceiling fan which was a godsend in June. The Sonoma Bath Co. citrus soaps and lotion were delicious to wake up and end a day to. The porch was fabulous to sit out and read or watch the rains roll in. The breakfast she fixed up in the mornings was divinely scrumptious. We always enjoyed the morning conversation around the table with the other guests and Cindee. Cindee had fantastic suggestions for things to do on a rainy day, good local eats, treats, and other ventures. She has a wonderful way of taking you in and making you feel just where you should be. Thank you Cindee and Paula!
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Anne Salamon
2 months ago
The location is great: two blocks from a trolley stop, yet away from the traffic! The breakfasts are like eating in a five star restaurant! So nice to sit with fellow guests and compare notes on what we did yesterday or plan to do today. And Cindee is a wealth of information about places to go, things to do. She suggested we go on this Garden District walk and then go to the Commander's Palace (a landmark we learned later) afterwards for lunch (she even made the reservations for us). We had a wonderful time on the walk and didn't realize how lucky we were to get into the restaurant until we were there! We also took her advice about which plantations to see and weren't disappointed. We had a suite of two rooms and a bath-- the furniture was as comfy to sit or sleep on as it looked (we've been burned in the past). Very nice set of rooms, with a view of the patio below. We arrived late in the evening, after a long day of driving. My husband appreciated being able to get a beer from the fridge (leave your money in the basket) and I helped myself to an orange from a basket. I would highly recommend staying here again. The location, the facility, the food, the proprietor-- all were good.
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Stephen Shea
5 months ago
My partner and I stayed at the Southern Comfort B&B recently while we looked for a new home in NOLA. Cindee was the perfect host and helped us understand the local area and surrounding neighborhoods. Breakfast was a special treat we looked forward to each day with true New Orleans scrumptious foods. The B&B was close to areas we wanted to visit and Cindee let us know the best restaurants. We were lucky enough to find our home that very week and look forward to our future in NOLA a beautiful place with very friendly people!
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Paul Bakken
8 months ago
My wife and I stayed at the Southern Comfort in September for 6 nights. We booked the Plantation Room which is the biggest B&B room I have ever stayed in. The location is great. Only two blocks to the street car line. The area is residential and in the garden district so it is super quiet. Cindee is amazing! We were there to do research for a book my wife is writting and Cindee was a wealth of information. She also helped us plan each day at breakfast and was great at getting us reservations whenever we needed them. The next time we are in New Orleans, we will stay at the Southern Comfort.
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Alan McMillin
3 months ago
We have stayed at many B&B's around the New Orleans, and this is one of the best! The location is great for access to uptown and the Garden District, and just a pleasant street car ride to the French Quarter. We felt safe in the neighborhood, and walked to a local bar and a local restaurant. The breakfasts were very good, especially when comparing to the great food in the City. Cindi is a great host, and her recommendations about places to eat along Magazine and uptown were new experiences for us since we are frequent visitors to the Big Easy. And since my wife is from New Orleans, she loved visiting with Cindi to talk about the things they love about the town. If you want feel like a local and not like a tourist, this is the way to go.
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Amy Beck
3 months ago
My husband and I just returned home from a wonderful trip to New Orleans. We received the referral for Southern Comfort from my husband’s boss and it was a great one. From the beginning process to the end, it was a wonderful experience. First, the website was so easy to work. You could easily pick out which room you would like to stay in and see if your dates are available. Second, Cindee’s communication was professional and efficient. Finally, the stay was absolutely delightful. We were able to check into our room early (maybe because we were checking in on a Wednesday). The first thing Cindee did was sit us down and walk us through a map of the area’s highlights (the house is located right near the St. Charles Avenue trolley stop). We took her up on most of her recommendations, from the restaurants (Superior Seafood, Commander’s Palace), to the Burlesque show on Friday nights at the Jazz Playhouse inside the Royal Sonesta Hotel, to the music scene on Frenchmen Street. Every morning at breakfast (I will go into that later), she told us the comings and goings of the day. Which musicians we should go see and what was the cover charge (if any). The breakfasts were to die for. I actually had to email her after my stay to get a recipe tip from one of the breakfasts she made. They were so delicious, especially paired with some great, strong Café du Monde coffee, and fresh fruit. The room was wonderfully clean, spacious, with a wonderful New Orleans feel. We stayed in the Plantation Room and it had a great little reading room off the bedroom. All in all, I give Southern Comfort a big thumbs up!
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Eric Bigelow
6 months ago
Stay Here Often. Quiet & Comfy. Beats French Quarter Lodging "Hands-Down" on Rate & Comfort. Nawlins Cuisine, Superior Seafood & Oyster Nearby. You May Even Run Into Drew Brees. Who Dat? Convenient To Street-Car Line. Explore Magazine St. Shopping & Dining & Nightlife!
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Kimberly Nowlan
7 months ago
My best friend and I stayed with Cindee over a long weekend in October during the Blue's and BBQ Festival. Both of us had never been to New Orleans, and didn't know where to stay. We searched regular hotels, and motels, but with the rich history of NOLA, we wanted to stay somewhere with some more character. And by the grace of God we found the Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast. Weeks of searching, and it was worth it. All the reviews online about this place were right, it's WONDERFUL. It really is like you're staying at your favorite Aunt's house. We got lucky and were able to park in front of the gorgeous home with no problems, and there was plenty of places to park. It was in what I thought to be a very safe area. Cindee greeted us right away, and let us get settled into to out cute, but pretty large room. It had a private bathroom, with everything you could possibly need. Once we dropped everything off, we sat with Cindee and she gave us a map and she marked on it where all the places we wanted to see were, and how to get there. The streetcar is just down and around the block, and it goes basically everywhere and comes on a regular basis. $3 for ALL DAY, and it includes buses. Cindee works with you and all the guests on a good breakfast time for everyone, and she is VERY accommodating. My best friend is gluten intolerant, and Cindee didn't make her feel bad about it. All of the breakfasts were AMAZING!!! Leaving NOLA was hard, but we plan on coming back. When we do come back, there's no other place I would even consider staying besides the Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast. If you want a charming, and welcoming place to stay away (about 15 minutes on the streetcar) from the craziness of the French Quarter - you HAVE to go here.
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