If you’re looking for a historic property nestled in the country then Cedar Grove is just what you need.
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
Enjoy walking paths in the forest, visit the private cemetery or picnic under one of the great live oaks.
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.
Built a little later than most of the historic properties, Bisland House still provides a setting that tranports you to an era gone by.
Situated along the Bluff, the Best Western offers sixty rooms, with four handicapped units and twenty smoking units.
For something a little out of the ordinary, consider booking your stay in this recently restored 1839 fire station.
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.
This comfortable bed and breakfast sits on a quiet acre that’s only a few blocks from downtown Natchez!
Another charming Natchez bed and breakfast, located in the heart of the business and historic districts.
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.
With a pleasing blend of Greek Revival and Federal-style architectural designs, historic Oak Hill makes a perfect location for a bed and breakfast.