B & W Courtyards
A New Orleans Bed and Breakfast
This boutique New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of New Orleans' historic Faubourg Marigny, adjacent to the French Quarter, 4 blocks to the Historic French Market, an easy walk to Bourbon Street, and three blocks from the Frenchmen Street jazz clubs.
2425 Chartres Street 
New Orleans, LA 70117
(800) 585-5731 or (504) 322-0474
 
This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is a collection of 1854 French Creole Cottages divided by courtyards, an award winning French Quarter and Creole architectural restoration. Tom and Dana are only the fourth owners of this property since 1854. In 1995, this French Quarter style Creole building was renovated to become a unique Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans.
KREWE DU VIEUX WEEKEND
First Weekend of Mardi Gras
February  10 - 12
Rooms from $159 per night


Krewe du Vieux rolls ( and rules ) the weekend of February 11 , 2017, the third weekend before Mardi Gras.   Founded in 1987, Krewe du Vieux is our Faubourg Marigny neighborhood parade. Always outrageously obscene and political, on this 30th anniversary (XXX) the parade will without a doubt be all about the 2016 elections.

This New Orleans Bed and Breakfast is a collection of 1854 French Creole Cottages divided by courtyards, an award winning French Quarter Style Creole architectural restoration. Dana and Tom are only the fourth owners of this property since 1854.  In 1997, B&W Courtyards received the top award for architectural restoration by the City of New Orleans.  


Some of the Amenities you'll find at B&W Courtyards are:

  • Unmatched Service provided with Southern Hospitality
  • All rooms feature private baths, central air & heat, cable TV
  • Full Breakfast served 8:30-10 a.m.
  • Most Rooms Open to Our Beautiful Courtyards
  • Stay Connected with Free Wireless Internet Access
  • Hot tub in Back Courtyard
  • Our Central Location allows easy access to all of New Orleans' Premier Attractions including the French Quarter, Farmer's Market, Garden District, Bourbon Street, Aquarium of the Americas, Audubon Park and Zoological Gardens, City Park, St. Charles Ave. and Riverfront Streetcars, Fair Grounds Race Track, Louisiana Superdome, Casinos, Historic Houses, Jazz Clubs and of course, Some of the finest dining in the Country.... if not the World