Profile

Cover photo
Verified local business
Sully Mansion
Bed & Breakfast
6 followers|1,611,797 views
AboutPostsPhotosVideos
Contact Information
Map of the business location
2631 Prytania St New Orleans, LA 70130
2631 Prytania StreetUSLouisianaNew Orleans70130
(504) 891-0457gardendistrictbb.com
Bed & Breakfast
Sully Mansion in the heart of the historic New Orleans’ Garden District, is steps away by streetcar from the French Quarter, Central Business District, Loyola and Tulane Universities, Audubon Park, and the shops and boutiques of Magazine Street.
Google+ URL

See inside

Panorama
Panorama
Panorama
Panorama
Panorama
Panorama
People
Have them in circles
6 people
Mary D.'s profile photo
elisabetta loreti's profile photo
Kayak Swamp Tours - New Orleans's profile photo
Laura Alisanne Design's profile photo
hotelaziska.pl's profile photo
Make a Reservation
2-star hotel
No prices available
Booking links sponsored.
Write a review
Review Summary
4.2
22 reviews
5 star
15 reviews
4 star
3 reviews
3 star
1 review
2 star
No reviews
1 star
3 reviews
Elegant bed-&-breakfast in a 19th-century mansion with a furnished veranda & courtyard.- Google
"Beautiful rooms, great location, great breakfast, great service."
"The signature drink was supposed to be whipped cream Vodka and orange juice."
Photos
Scrapbook photo 2
Scrapbook photo 3
Scrapbook photo 4
Scrapbook photo 5
Scrapbook photo 6
Upload public photo
Your Activity
All reviews
Cyndy Farr's profile photo
Cyndy Farr
a month ago
The worst EVER. If possible to give a 0 star I would. The owners, especially Nancy are two of the most unprofessional people in the hospitality business I have ever experienced.. I attended a wedding reception there last week. The signature drink was supposed to be whipped cream Vodka and orange juice. They served Vodka and cheap orange drink, awful. Beer was in tiny bottles and they forgot the wine all together. Food was okay but nothing special. Nancy insulted a guest with food restrictions when the guest asked what was in one of the appetizers. The guest was told she should be responsible for her own food restrictions which she was trying to do by asking. The bartender, other owner, acted as if he was doing you a favor to give you a drink. Particularly didn't like the plastic cups and can of whipped cream on the bar. Not professional at all. A storm was coming and hosts requested the wedding cake cutting be moved up before the storm hit and she said if the cake was served she would have to stop serving food, said she couldn't do both. Storm came and everyone tried to get out of the rain on the front porch. Three or four senior citizens went inside to sit and were told twice to be very quite because there were B&B guests and for them not to leave a little nook they were sitting in. This was at 9:30 pm and they were senior citizens. While everyone was huddled on the porch, not much seating, Nancy came out and starting removing drinks. It was raining sideways and everyone was getting wet. The reception was supposed to last until 10:00 but she was under foot cleaning. At 10:00 in the pouring rain Nancy asked if anyone needed a cab and when everyone said no she went inside and locked the door. She just left the guest in the rain on her porch. The staff she had was very nice. I would tell anyone considering Sully Mansion to seriously reconsider. There were thousands of dollars paid for this reception but it definitely was not worth the money. Maybe if they change owners it will improve. This is the first negative review I have ever given anyone if that tells you how bad it was.
• • •
Teri Devlin's profile photo
Teri Devlin
a year ago
We could not have asked for a better place to spend our vacation. Nancy and Guy were wonderful and so helpful, and the mansion is absolutely beautiful. It also is in a perfect location for everything we wanted to do. Our room was huge and designed perfectly and absolutely clean. And our breakfasts were way beyond the ordinary. Thank you for a great experience. We will be back.
Response from the owner - a year ago
We are so happy you had such a wonderful stay that is what we aim for! Cannot wait for you to return.
Brodie Stephens's profile photo
Brodie Stephens
a year ago
By a fortuitous mistake, I failed to account for a night of hostelry in New Orleans during my recent (October 2014) trip. Beautiful older home with high ceilings and lovely period furniture. Good breakfast and near nice restaurants in the Garden District. A trolley ride away from Downtown and the French Quarter, but I like public transportation.
Rebecca's profile photo
Rebecca
2 years ago
We stayed for a second honeymoon and had a great time. The food was the most impressive "continental" breakfast including fresh baked croissants and coffee cakes. Guy and Nancy were filled with wonderful suggestions for sites and meals, and we arranged for a delicious private dinner there with Chef Gason. It was a trip to remember!
Adam Baker-Siroty's profile photo
Adam Baker-Siroty
5 months ago
An old southern mansion converted in to a B&B with good food (when served), massive old rooms and a great location. The rooms are slightly time worn and do show the need for some maintainance. Overall a okay experience but I am not sure I would stay there again.
Response from the owner - 3 months ago
So disappointing that Adam saw the rooms as worn. The house was built in 1890 and as an New Orleans structure the plaster shifts and cracks, what one sees as charm perhaps another sees as worn. We are also confused about Adam not being served food every day of his stay as we prepare breakfast from scratch everyday and serve it in the courtyard or the dining room. Hopefully he will give is another try
Db Smith's profile photo
Db Smith
3 years ago
In town for a family reunion, we had the pleasure of experiencing Nancy and Guy's graciousness the past few days with several of us occupying most of the rooms in their house. We couldn't have asked for more wonderful, accommodating hosts, who were willing to shift their schedule to fit ours, arrange transportation, answer questions, give local tips and provide incredible breakfasts. Coffee awaited us on the landing early every morning, and Gracie awaited us downstairs, patiently waiting to be petted and talked to. We felt entirely at home, and when we had to leave early in the morning for the airport at the end of our stay, we found bagged breakfasts on the dining room table, waiting to be taken with us. The house is perfectly located in a quiet, elegant neighborhood, a short walk from the St. Charles and the Magazine Street lines in the Garden District. We found it very convenient to get to everywhere we wanted to go. The rooms are beautifully appointed, with attention to details such as luxurious guest toiletries; big, fluffy towels; unobtrusive maid service; a handy refrigerator stocked with beverages and a choice of several wines. It was the perfect setting for our family reunion, as we were able to meet others in the common rooms to chat and to coordinate activities. When we came to NOLA I had anticipated that it would be a one-time visit. After experiencing Nancy and Guy's hospitality, there is no doubt that we will be back, and sooner rather than later!
• • •
Charles Collins's profile photo
Charles Collins
2 years ago
Nancy and Guy are gracious hosts. You'll also get a welcoming tail wag from Gracie their dog.They provide a wonderful oasis of quiet and calm in a city known for 24 x 7 reveling. They know New Orleans and can provide helpful tips on getting around the city, where to eat and what to see. One word of caution: the breakfasts are wonderful, both in quality and quantity. Don't eat to much or you'll end up wanting to take a nap after breakfast and you'll miss out on your morning touristing ! My wife and I are already looking forward to our next trip to New Orleans, and our stay at the Sully Mansion.
• • •
Rita Benham's profile photo
Rita Benham
3 years ago
My family and I recently stayed there for a week and totally fell in love with the place and the owners! Guy and Nancy were excellent hosts and the accomodations are top-notch. This is a beautiful home with lovely grounds. The breakfasts were wonderful, and included homemade coffee cakes, frittatas, and quiches. We found ourselves spending a lot of time relaxing on the front porch with their sweet dog Gracie. Staying in the Garden District was enchanting and we were only a block away from the St. Charles street car where you could easily ride right to Bourbon or Canal Street. Walking through the Mansion's neighborhood was a pleasurable experience, with a wide variety of restaurant choices if you didn't want to drive or take a street car. We highly recommend this Bed and Breakfast!
• • •

Stream

Sully Mansion

Shared publicly  - 
 
We have new summer discounts on mid-week getaways - because who hasn't wondered how to make Tuesday more like Saturday.
1
Add a comment...

Sully Mansion

Shared publicly  - 
 
What we learned on the road while traveling in Morocco and Spain, and brought back home with us.
As an innkeeper, it is a useful exercise to put oneself deeply in the role of the traveler, in order to help you remember what the weary guest needs to feel welcome and happy.
1
Add a comment...
Have them in circles
6 people
Mary D.'s profile photo
elisabetta loreti's profile photo
Kayak Swamp Tours - New Orleans's profile photo
Laura Alisanne Design's profile photo
hotelaziska.pl's profile photo

Sully Mansion

Shared publicly  - 
 
Sully Mansion is getting ready for Mardi Gras
1
Add a comment...

Sully Mansion

Shared publicly  - 
1
Add a comment...