Dauphine House a B&B near the French Quarter
Built in 1860, Dauphine House has hardwood floors and 12-foot ceilings. Consider this charming B&B your home away from home as you explore the historic French Quarter of New Orleans. Guests can easily walk to all of our world-renown restaurants and entertainment.
Begin your day at your leisure with the inn’s chicory coffee, fresh fruit, muffins and juice. Then explore the French Quarter and its antique stores, art galleries, street musicians and ornate balconies lush with flowers and ferns. Discover a restaurant that tantalizes your taste buds. Step back into time and ride a horse-drawn carriage through this enchanting and mysterious city that has survived and thrived for three centuries.
Visitors to the Crescent City also enjoy river cruises on the mighty Mississippi, tour beautiful antebellum mansions, ride the streetcar through the Garden District, and wander leisurely through the lush grounds of the Audubon Park and Zoo.
Whenever you decide to come to New Orleans, chances are you will be just in time for a festival complete with zydeco music and Cajun cuisine. We love festivals. We celebrate everything from alligators to strawberries! Besides Mardi Gras and Jazz Fest, New Orleans hosts the Tennessee Williams Festival in March, the French Quarter Festival in April, Satchmo Fest in August, and Southern Decadence over Labor Day weekend, just to name a few.
When you need to relax from sight-seeing, return to Dauphine House for a siesta or a chat with the other guests and your hostess, Karen Jeffries, on the patio. Karen lives on-site upstairs, and is happy to answer questions and make recommendations and reservations for restaurants, attractions, and exciting things to do in the city.
Two Blocks Away from the French Quarter
Jazz in the French Quarter and on Frenchmen
Mule tours and streetcar rides
1830 Dauphine Street
New Orleans, Louisiana 70116