Twin curved staircases. Gorgeous antiques. Gleaming hardwood floors. A charming parlor. An elegant ballroom. A brick-walled garden ideal for a ceremony, and a courtyard perfect for dancing under the stars. The Beauregard-Keyes House in the French Quarter has it all, including a ghost story or two, if you’re into that kind of thing.
Built in 1826, this home was lived in by Confederate General P.G.T Beauregard who ordered the first shots of the Civil War. Nearly a century later, it was the home of Dinner at Antoine’s author Frances Parkinson Keyes.
Add your chapter to the Beauregard-Keyes story. If you love history as well as each other, this is the venue for you.