40 Wickcliff Road Natchez, MS 39120 Phone: (601) 442-2658
The Manor has twelve beautifully appointed queen rooms, and two suite-sized king rooms overlooking Antiques Row.
Located across the street from the Natchez Convention Center, the Natchez Grand Hotel located in the heart of downtown Natchez.
You could be just 75 steps from the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River when you stay at this quaint Linton Avenue cottage.
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.
This charming bed and breakfast is located about five minutes from downtown.
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.
Le Jardin Bed and Breakfast, (A Country French Cottage) is located off Highway 61 North just outside the city limits.
When you enter Natchez from the West, you’ll see the Isle of Capri Hotel on your left just after crossing the Mississippi River Bridge.
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.
The Grand Soleil Casino Resort takes its name from The Great Sun, Chief of the Natchez Indians who were the original inhabitants of the area.
The Governor Holmes House takes its name from former owner Governor David Holmes, having lived in it when he was territorial governor and when he became the first Mississippi governor upon the state’s admission to the Union in December 1817.
Glenfield Plantation still sits on the original, 150-acre Spanish land grant. This English Gothic home is on the National Register of Historic Places.