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.

Plan your Natchez adventure today at www.visitnatchez.org.

640 S. Canal Street, Box C
Natchez, Mississippi 39120

Cedar Grove Plantation – Natchez, MS

If you’re looking for a historic property nestled in the country then Cedar Grove is just what you need.

Brandon Hall Plantation – Natchez, MS

Enjoy walking paths in the forest, visit the private cemetery or picnic under one of the great live oaks.

Bluff Top – Natchez, MS

Bluff Top bed and breakfast, an 1894 Queen Ann Victorian, welcomes you to a quiet spot in the Clifton Heights National Historic District of Natchez, Mississippi.

Bisland House – Natchez, MS

Built a little later than most of the historic properties, Bisland House still provides a setting that tranports you to an era gone by.

Best Western River Inn – Natchez, MS

Situated along the Bluff, the Best Western offers sixty rooms, with four handicapped units and twenty smoking units.

Beekman Place Livery – Natchez, MS

For something a little out of the ordinary, consider booking your stay in this recently restored 1839 fire station.

J.N. Stone House Musicale B & B – Natchez, MS

The oldest part of this unusual house was built circa 1850 as a luxurious billiard hall by David Stanton, whose brother Frederic built Stanton Hall.

Another Padre’s Inn – Natchez, MS

This comfortable bed and breakfast sits on a quiet acre that’s only a few blocks from downtown Natchez!

1888 Wensel House – Natchez, MS

Another charming Natchez bed and breakfast, located in the heart of the business and historic districts.

1835 Wilkins Town House – Natchez, MS

Located in the heart of the historic district, the Wilkins Town House is located one block from Antique Row and two blocks from Main Street, which boasts a varied selection of shops and restaurants.

1835 Oak Hill Inn – Natchez, MS

With a pleasing blend of Greek Revival and Federal-style architectural designs, historic Oak Hill makes a perfect location for a bed and breakfast.