Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast
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Historical Traveler Reviews Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast New Orleans
Enjoyed our stay
My husband and I recently were guests in Cindee's Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast in New Orleans. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Cindee's lovely and conveniently located home. Cindee herself is warm, welcoming and full of information and ideas. All of her recommendations were excellent and we were able to enjoy activities that I doubt we would have found independently. Best of all to my mind were the "small touches" - home baked pastry for breakfast, providing a blanket to sit on when we went off to a concert in the park... Highly recommended.
The Southern Comfort Inn is a charming retreat from the Freanch Quarter by being nestled, not far away, in the Garden District. Cindee makes the perfect hostess by being a local expert in the area and by making you feel as if her home is your home. Centrally located, it was the perfect relaxing experience at the end of a busy day. I'd reccomend it to everyone visiting this wonderful city.
Wonderful New Orleans B&B
My husband and I have been to New Orleans for professional meetings a number of times over the past 10 years. This time we stayed at Cindee's Southern Comfort B&B -- what a pleasure! The usual rat-race of our meetings didn't seem nearly so daunting when we could go back to Cindee's lovely home and relax in our beautiful room or on the porch swing. Cindee was a wonderful advisor and we had the best meals (and experiences to go with them!) that we've ever had in New Orleans. The Garden District neighborhood was beautiful and interesting to explore -- the St. Charles trolley line was a wonderful place to jog and we could enjoy the architecture as we went. I would highly recommend this B&B -- very casual, Cindee's very friendly and helpful, and the house is comfortable and attractive. We couldn't have had a better time, and I'll never stay in a hotel in New Orleans again.
A southern comfort home
Just returned from a`week stay in "the big easy", We stayed in the Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast. What a treat, innkeeper Cindee Quick is willing to share a wealth of local information having grown up there. The house is lovely and sweet,in a charming neighborhood easily explored by bikes supplied by Cindee. Upon returning from our excursions we felt like comming home. Rooms are large and well appointed. Looking forward to our return...
My partner and I stayed at Cindee's Southern Comfort the beginning of October and had a wonderful time. The area was quiet so we didnt have to worry about the noise of the French Quarter when we were trying to rest. Cindee's personality was very hospitable and she had alot of information to offer. She also had wonderful suggestions about where to visit and where to eat. The house was beautiful and very comfortable and the houses nearby gave a wonderful display of architecture and beauty. We had an absolutely wonderful time and would love to visit again.
Our place in NOLA
We visit New Orleans several times a year. We have spent a couple of long weekends at Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast and found it to be the best place we've stayed in New Orleans. Owner, Cindee is a New Orleans native and is very knowledgable and helpful with anything you might want to do or see, during your stay. The house is immaculate, comfortable and tastefully decorated. The garden courtyard is a great place for a cocktail. Cindee provides soft drinks but there's a great wine store down the street. The atmosphere at this B&B is fun and relaxed. The location is just far enough from the traffic of St. Charles but near enough for convenience to the street car and good local restaurants. Spending time with Cindee in her home is an enjoyment in itself.
A friend had recommended that we stay at the So. Comfort b&b when we were going to New Orleans last month (which was August). We stayed there but did not feel welcome. It was like we weren't suposed to sit anywhere and it was not comfortable. We did a walk around the neigborhood an hour or so after we got there and it was pretty rundown for someplace like that. I would not tell my friends to come and stay here.
My partner and I stayed at Southern Comfort during this past Mardi Gras season. The area is kind of dodgy (it is only a couple of blocks from some really rundown ghetto-like areas) and it stayed very noisy in the evenings and at night. The place is nice-looking and kept up and we didn't have a problem with the food or anything like that. My big concern was the area which didn't seem safe to me. I would not stay there again. Thanks.
We stayed at Southern Comfort b and b on Marengo st. in New Orleans last year, and were really disappointed. The woman who runs it was always in our faces, there wasn't any privacy, and breakfast was skimpy. Friends recommended it to us but for what she charged it was overrated. Next time we'll stay in a real hotel.
Southern Comfort B&B is the best
Last spring we went to New Orleans and after much deliberation decided to stay at The Southern Comfort Bed and Breakfast located in the Garden District. We found the price to be reasonable and Cindy Quick, the owner, was a fantastic host. She sat down with us upon our arrival and asked our likes and then recommended several places to eat and see. We followed her recommendations and were 110% satisfied with all of them. She directed us to all of the local places which we would not have found on our own. The B&B is located just off the streetcar line which will take you close to some of the major attractions. Cindy made our trip a complete success and we cannot wait to get back down to New Orleans to stay with her again.
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