Located across the street from the Natchez Convention Center, the Natchez Grand Hotel located in the heart of downtown Natchez.
High on the bluffs overlooking the majestic Mississippi River, the beautiful city of Natchez is a unique, and seamless blend of old and new. With over three centuries of fascinating history, Natchez has an extraordinary collection of historic buildings, homes and churches, meticulously-maintained antebellum mansions, four National Park sites, ancient Indian mounds, and the exquisite Natchez Trace Parkway. This jewel of the Mississippi also offers visitors the attractions of a desirable small town destination –a beautiful, walkable downtown, magnificent sunsets, delicious cuisine, a vibrant art and music scene, outdoor adventures, exciting nightlife, and events all year long; all served up with genuine Southern hospitality.
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640 S. Canal Street, Box C
Natchez, Mississippi 39120
Monmouth is listed as a National Historic Landmark, resting on 56 beautifully landscaped acres, and no matter which facility your guest room is in, all are comfortable and luxuriously furnished.
This unique property is located above the truly historic Under-the-Hill Saloon, once the hangout for renegades, thieves, prostitutes and cut-throats.
Marcia’s Cottages are three separate bed and breakfast properties, Elmsley Cottage, Laurel Cottage and Savannah Cottage.
Get upclose and personal with the mighty Mississippi River at this comfortably furnished, charming bed and breakfast, located at the entry gate of the magnificent home, Magnolia Vale.
The rear veranda of this early 1800’s federal style home is where you’ll enjoy your breakfast each morning of your stay, and the garden perfume drifting on the breeze will surely enhance your southern breakfast.
Once the home of the Spanish Governor, Hope Farm was built in the 1770’s and rests on 15 acres in the Historic District of Natchez.
Business travelers and vacationers alike will want a hotel that offers modern amenities with incredible service.
Located in the heart of historic downtown Natchez, the Guest House features 16 beautiful rooms.
Glenfield Plantation still sits on the original, 150-acre Spanish land grant. This English Gothic home is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Eola Hotel sits right in the heart of historic downtown Natchez. Built in 1927, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Eola Hotel offers the ambiance and charm of the Old South coupled with the conveniences of modern day amenities.
The architecture of The Elms is somewhat different than most you’ll encounter during your stay.
Relax on the gallery of this beautiful, countryside circa 1792 plantation-style home. The guest rooms are located in the renovated kitchen quarters behind the residence, and all are furnished with elegant antiques.
Your breath will be taken away the moment you lay eyes on this magnificent Greek Revival mansion.
Nestled behind the historic Temple B’Nai Israel, the Dr.’s Inn is in the downtown historic district and very close to everything you’ll need.
The Days Inn of Natchez is an upscale version of the national chain and is located on the northbound lane of Hwy. 61 South, just minutes from downtown.