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Oct. 31, 2012 : We stayed at the “other” location from September 26-29. At check-in we were concerned with being “off-site.” But our concerns were completely unnecessary. The “other” location is simply across the street, no big deal. The room was majestic! There were a couple minor imperfections (with the room – not the service or the amenities), but these imperfections just enhanced the charm! This is not a perfect new building built with a counterfeit historic feeling – this is a truly historical building with an authentic historical feeling. Thank you to the staff for engineering our magical experience at this Bed & Breakfast. If given an opportunity, we will certainly be back! Admittedly, parking can be an issue. But ANYWHERE you go in New Orleans, has parking issues. It’s best to just shrug and make the best of it. Parking is part of the New Orleans experience. <3
Oct. 4, 2012 : Michael and I stayed for 3 nights during my birthday weekend...had a great time each morning talking with Preesy (spelling?) and the other guests..she is A GEM!! so helpful when we needed directions, or suggestions for places to go. And such a great spirit.. Breakfast was awesome! The grits and greens were everything I expected and more!Thanks Pat!! We will definitley stay here when we come back to NOLA...
Sep. 26, 2012 : Stayed there Sept 21-24th. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. All the staff was wonderful!
Sep. 23, 2012 : We really enjoyed our stay. room was a little tight but clean. breakfast was wonderful. Pat is a wonderful person. she makes you feel at home. we will be back!
Aug. 19, 2012 : I love New Orleans!!! I was so excited to bring my boyfriend for the first time. The Rathbone was awesome. We had fun in diningroom for breakfast talking to everyone. And the grits and greens were amasing!!! Wish I had some now. We loved the pool. Perfect!! We took a dip everyday. The walk into the quarter was really nice. Great way to explore the neighborhood. We can't wait to come back to the Rathbone. Sooner than later we hope.