The Jeanne Room is located in the Garret on the third floor of Degas House, right off a kitchenette which services the 3rd floor. There are no windows as the room is built into the eaves of the house, making it extremely quiet, eliminating the noise of the city. Jeanne was born in 1872, during Edgar Degas' sojourn to New Orleans, and was his niece. The Jeanne Room has a Full Bed, a Twin Bed, and private bathroom with shower/tub combination. The room is a calming, butter cream. Its features include hardwood floors, antique, brass Full Bed, Twin Bed, and a ceiling fan. The furnishings include dark wood armoire, and 3 nightstands. The private bathroom has tile flooring, and a shower/tub combination. This medium-size room can accommodate up to 3 guests. For guests’ convenience, the room has a small refrigerator, wireless internet, iPod docking station with a clock radio, robes, a hair dryer, large screen TV and air-conditioning. Guests will be greeted with complimentary wine upon check-in. The overnight stay includes a delicious Creole breakfast each morning and a free Edgar Degas House Creole Impressionist Tour.