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Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans, LA

Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans, LA


The Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast is located just blocks from the French Quarter in New Orleans. This historic inn offers beautifully appointed guestrooms with private bathrooms, free wireless internet access, private elegant surroundings, and all the elements of Southern hospitality at its best, including breakfast.

Historic New Orleans Inn
The Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast  is a beautifully restored Greek Revival home  built in 1848 and listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It  is located just five blocks from the famous French Quarter, the perfect location to as you explore the rich history of the city.


Established in 2001.

When John Crew and Gil Rome relocated from Houston, Texas to New Orleans, they opened the Marigny Manor House Bed and Breakfast in a beautiful Greek Revival home built in 1848.


Company Info:

Rating: 5.00

Address: 2125 North Rampart Street, New Orleans, LA, 70116
  • Mon: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Tue: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Wed: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Thu: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Fri: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sat: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Sun: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm

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Comments (8):

1. Edward G.
We stayed at the Marigny Manor House for 3 days in June and I must say it is one of the best B&Bs we've stayed at (we are B&B people).  John and Gil were the most hospitable hosts.  John gave us suggestions on where to go, what to see, where to eat and where to listen to good music and he was right on in all his suggestions.  He recommended tours  of the French Quarter and Garden District which were just what we needed.
Both Gil and John chatted with us when we returned after a hot day roaming the city.  They were always interested in what we did and how we fared.
Gil's breakfasts were to die for, especially the blueberry french toast, which I desperately want the recipe for.  
The room was spacious, well decorated and comfy.  Just perfect after a day of walking around.  The Marigny Manor House is perfectly located, just blocks from Frenchman Street, the locale for good food and good music.  It's a few blocks more to the French Quarter, but absolutely walkable.
All in all, we will stay at the Marigny Manor House whenever we go to New Orleans.  Thanks Gil and John for making our stay in New Orleans so pleasant.  Hope to see you again.
Ed and Susan

27/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Beth B.
We stayed in the Red Room for several nights last month for nice getaway. After searching online and reading the great reviews on TripAdvisor and Yelp, we chose the Marigny Manor House because of its location (we wanted to be close enough to walk everywhere and far enough away to enjoy some peace and quiet, which we thought might be hard if we stayed in the French Quarter). Our room was very spacious, comfortable, and quiet. Breakfasts were delicious -- and we enjoyed getting to know John and Gil with our chats each morning. Overall, a great experience and if we find ourselves in New Orleans again, we'll definitely be back.

08/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Jackie W.
Love love LOVE this place! Our room (the Balcony room) was comfortable and quiet; we never heard the other guests. The room is about twice as big as it looks in the pictures on the web site--behind you is a sleeper sofa, bookshelves stocked with all kinds of books, and a hallway going off to the left that leads to a private bathroom with a shower/tub combo. The interior of the house is beautifully decorated and maintained by the proprietors, John and Gil, who cooked delicious breakfasts and shared hilarious stories with us. They were warm, welcoming, helpful, and made us feel like they genuinely cared that we have the best vacation possible. It felt more like we were staying with good friends than at a B&B. The shower was on the weak side, but not to the point of being frustrating. They provided really good toiletries, including conditioner that actually works (why is this so rare???) and little bottles of mouthwash. The swamp cooler was a bit noisy, but it did a great job of keeping the room really cool, and even though I'm usually really sensitive to noise when I'm trying to sleep, it never woke me up or kept me awake. The location, just east of the quarter and a quick walk to the hippest part of Frenchman, was perfect. We'll definitely be back!

07/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Mike P.
Lovely house, great location, and John and Gil were charming and helpful beyond belief.

25/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Dave C.
My girlfriend and I stayed here over New Year's break.  We loved our experience in the city and particularly at this B&B.  Gil was an excellent host and was very generous with his time and knowledge.  An absolutely great guy.  The housekeeper Danny also was kind enough to set us up with a very nice view of the New Year's Eve fireworks display at a local restaurant that he works at.  I was very impressed by the sense of genuine kindness and friendliness amongst the people I met in the city.  The inn is well located, just a short 5 minute walk from the Frenchmen blocks that have all of the best live music to be found in the French Quarter.  Though Marigny is not technically part of the Quarter, you're probably better off being in Marigny which is a very cute neighborhood on its own, and a little bit quieter than the Bourbon street hectic-ness.  Everything is within easy walking distance.  The breakfasts were excellent (though very rich) and our room was beautiful and extremely comfortable, even with a bit of a chill in the air.  One last word about Gil: It's hard to express how much we appreciated hearing stories about the town from local who seems to absolutely love the city.  He made so many good recommendations, some of which we didn't even have the time to follow up on.  If you get up early for breakfast, you can easily chat with him for an hour and have a long list of things to do.  I heartily recommend the Marigny Manor House.

17/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. Dawn V.
My husband and I stayed at the Marigny Manor House for 4 nights in December.  The place was recently purchased by Alvin and Brian.  We did not get to meet Brian as he was out of town however Alvin was more than capable of taking care of us and he did just that!  

The location is excellent , on a quiet street with a large lovely porch that I spent an evening sitting on and watching people walking their dogs, ( while drinking a beer of course).  The house is  just a couple of blocks from the entertainment and restaurants of Frenchman Street and a few more and you are in the French Market area free to roam the quarter.  Our room was the Chartres room and was comfortable and spacious with a large remodeled bathroom.

Alvin fed us well with coffee, juice, fresh fruit, muffins, eggs and even offered pancakes if  we wanted them!

I have already recommended this place to several of my friends for their next trip to NOLA!  Thanks such much to Alvin for his hospitality and even my history lesson!

18/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Bobby B.
This is one of the nicest, most welcoming places you could ever ask for. Whenever anyone I know comes to visit, I always see if they can get in here.

When I still lived in the Marigny, I would love when a friend came to visit because we would sit on their porch and people watch. The hosts are more concerned with making their guests happy than any place I have ever seen.

I would recommend this place to ANYONE who wants a great New Orleans visit.

19/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Timothy C.
Marigny is a safe area outside the French Quarter with smaller, better behaved crowds  and more music. Marigny Manor House is on a quiet street just off Frenchmen Street where all the action is.
Marigny Manor House is an historic antebellum house. It makes you feel part of history just to stay there.
Your hosts, Brian and Alvin, could not be more helpful or accommodating. They bought the house recently and have been doing quite a lot of restoration. They even plan to shut down this summer to restore and add another room.
My wife and I have stayed at many hotels and B&B's in New Orleans over 25 years. So far, this is the best. We will return next year.

12/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0