509 Dauphine St, New Orleans, Louisiana 70112-3407 USA
“A relaxing retreat in the French Quarter”
The historic Audubon Cottages were built shortly after two great fires destroyed most of the city in the late eighteenth century. Named in honor of naturalist and painter John James Audubon, the Audubon Cottages are a collection of seven charming and private cottages that surround what is believed to be the oldest pool in the French Quarter. Our French Quarter cottages reflect the charm of old New Orleans while offering modern amenities and a high level of service. Each cottage has its own unique story, including haunted histories for Cottages Two and Four. There have been stories about a country music loving soldier in Cottage Four. Cottage One was home to Audubon while completing his Birds of America series from 1821-22. Our guests enjoy a secluded retreat in the heart of the French Quarter. With its rich history, personalized service and sense of privacy, the Audubon Cottages provide a one-of-a-kind experience for romantic getaways and honeymoons.
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