I came to New Orleans for the first time as part of a wedding party for a close friend. My friend arranged for myself, 2 other friends and some of her visiting family to stay at this B&B.
Marnie (the B&B Owner and housekeeper) gave us a group discount and was extremely accommodating in every way (allowed late checkins & checkouts and late breakfasts etc).
absolutely beautiful old house filled with antiques and paintings, each room has a cute theme, I stayed in the Oriental room, very pretty.
Breakfast was very nice, there was always fresh cut fruit and toast, coffee or juices, and Marnie would ask if you wanted other things like cheese or cereal, very attentive host.
If you have any questions about local happenings just ask Marnie, she is an extremely informative host.
This house is right next to the local street cars, you can just walk outside and stand at the nearest stop to catch it.
Rooms were very clean (daily) and beds were extremely comfortable.
The not so good:
Tiny old tube TV (I don't watch much TV but someone who does will not enjoy this)
mini fridge didn't work (didn't end up needing it though)
Doors to individual rooms do not lock from the outside (You only get a key to the front door of the house so you can come and go from the building)