Natchez State Park

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Natchez State Park

  • 40 Wickcliff Road
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 442-2658

Natchez Manor

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Natchez Manor

The Manor has twelve beautifully appointed queen rooms, and two suite-sized king rooms overlooking Antiques Row.  Downstairs is the 600 Franklin Piano Bar, which often provides live entertainment on the weekends and serves up a delectable line of libations.  If you feel the need to take in some fresh air, visit the Rooftop Terrace Bar on the third floor to indulge in drinks and comfortable seating while jazz and blues fills the air.

Natchez Grand Hotel

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Natchez Grand Hotel

  • 111 Broadway Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 446-9994
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Located across the street from the Natchez Convention Center, the Natchez Grand Hotel located in the heart of downtown Natchez. Opened in the Spring of 2008, the Grand was a welcomed addition to downtown lodging, offering 119 additional rooms to entice meeting and convention planners to Natchez. 19 of the rooms are suites and all are quite comfortable and elegantly appointed.  Be sure to ask for a river view room when you call to book your stay.

Mulberry Cottage

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Mulberry Cottage

You could be just 75 steps from the bluff overlooking the Mississippi River when you stay at this quaint Linton Avenue cottage.  Ideally setup for long term rental or extended stay, the cottage is located on the edge of downtown within walking distance of everything you need.

Monmouth Historic Inn

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Monmouth Historic Inn

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.  You can relax in the courtyard while awaiting the dinner call or have a pre-dinner cocktail in the Quitman Lounge. Monmouth is truly one of the most incredible places you’ll ever stay during your travels.

Mark Twain Guesthouse

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Mark Twain Guesthouse

This unique property is located above the truly historic Under-the-Hill Saloon, once the hangout for renegades, thieves, prostitutes and cut-throats. One of the rooms opens up onto a narrow balcony and breathtaking views of the Mississippi River. The guest rooms are simple but comfortably furnished and share a common bathroom. If you’re up for some action, the bar downstairs has live entertainment on the weekends, and you’ll love being able to just meander downstairs, have a few cocktails and know that you don’t have to drive an inch.  You can also take the short walk down the street to the Isle of Capri Casino for a little gaming action.

Marcia’s Cottages

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Marcia’s Cottages

Marcia’s Cottages are three separate bed and breakfast properties, Elmsley Cottage, Laurel Cottage and Savannah Cottage.

Elmsley Cottage – Elmsley Cottage was built in 1852 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.  In 2006, it was moved from its original location on Canal Street to South Pearl St. Here, it was restored and renovated, opening for guests in January 2008.  It can accommodate up to 8 guests and is convenient to downtown shopping and dining.
Laurel Cottage – Laurel Cottage was built in 1904 and is located in a quiet neighborhood in the Historic District.  The house was remodeled in the year 2006 and can accommodate up to 4 guests.

Savannah Cottage – Savannah Cottage is a newly constructed bed and breakfast, which sits just across the street from Elmsley Cottage.  This charming 2 story, double galleried structure can accommodate up to 8 guests and is also convenient to downtown Natchez.

Magnolia Vale Guest Cottages

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Magnolia Vale Guest Cottages

  • 29 Learned’s Mill Road
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 807-2021
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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. Just outside the front door is a lush green pasture, which a few geldings and mares call home near the river’s edge. You’ll love being lulled to sleep at night by the shallow hum of barges as they journey up and down the liquid highway.

Magnolia Cottage

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Magnolia Cottage

  • 35 Homochitto Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 807-5260
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This charming bed and breakfast is located about five minutes from downtown. Your stay includes a full southern breakfast on weekends and a continental breakfast during the week. Guest quarters consist of a romantic cottage with a queen 4 poster canopied bed, fireplace, comfortable sitting area and spacious walk-in closet. Enjoy the cottage’s European bathroom and wide plank cypress flooring. The cottage has a refrigerator and coffee pot with all supplies. Guests receive fresh cut flowers, pastries and homemade pecan pralines upon arrival.

Linden

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Linden

  • 1 Linden Place
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 445-5472
  • Fax:(601) 442-7548
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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. Not but a couple of minutes from downtown, you’ll be amazed at the amount of land this property occupies this close to downtown. Your host Jeanette Feltus is one of Natchez’ great ladies and she loves to see her guests have a good time.  You’ll most likely enjoy an evening libation on the rear veranda before you are treated to a big southern style breakfast.

Le Jardin

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Le Jardin

Le Jardin Bed and Breakfast, (A Country French Cottage) is located off Highway 61 North just outside the city limits. It is a place of privacy and refreshment away from the pressures of life, while offering a full gourmet breakfast served in your Room, garden pergola or private courtyard, a continental breakfast option for those desiring complete privacy and a full kitchen.

Isle of Capri Hotel & Casino

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Isle of Capri Hotel & Casino

  • 641 S. Canal Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 445-0605
  • Fax: (601) 442-9823
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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.  The hotel is, of course, affiliated with the Isle of Capri Casino, located at the foot of Silver Street, docked at the Natchez riverboat landing.  Rooms at the hotel are comfortably furnished with contemporary furnishings and the rates are very reasonable.  There is a business center located right in the lobby area, and yes, it comes complete with “high-roller” suites; one of which has a great view of the river.
The offers shuttle service between the hotel and the , and if you plan to take in some of the antebellum homes when you’re not testing lady luck, The Natchez Visitor Center is just across Canal St.  Here you can purchase tour tickets, carriage rides, and bus tours of the city.

Hope Farm

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Hope Farm

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. There are four bedrooms from which to choose, all with exquisite four-poster beds like the one shown at the top of the page. Three of the bedrooms can accommodate 3-4 guests, and the gardens are yours to explore. A full Southern Beakfast is served promptly at 8:30 in the main dining room. Have your morning coffee on the back gallery, then get treated to a private tour of the home.

Hampton Inn & Suites

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Hampton Inn & Suites

  • 627 S. Canal Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 446-6770
  • Fax: (601) 446-6771
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Business travelers and vacationers alike will want a hotel that offers modern amenities with incredible service. That’s just what you’ll find at the Hampton Inn & Suites Natchez, MS hotel. Conveniently located on the banks of the Mississippi River, it offers the ideal place to relax and enjoy the awe-inspiring view. Whatever your pleasure-from antebellum home tours to picnics on the bluff-you’ll find it all near this comfortable Natchez hotel.

The Guest House

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The Guest House

Located in the heart of historic downtown Natchez, the Guest House features 16 beautiful rooms. Appointed with antiques and antique reproductions, each of our guest rooms also offers modern conveniences such as a cable television, in-room telephone, an alarm clock, and wireless Internet access.  There are two large verandas which front the building where guests are welcome to sip an evening cocktail while rocking their cares away in the breeze. When you walk out the door, you are just steps away from antiques row and only a block from most shopping and dining.  Your stay at the Guest House will truly be a memorable one.

VUE Hotel and Restaurant

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VUE Hotel and Restaurant

VUE Hotel and Restaurant sits perched on the highest point of the Mississippi River and guests can gaze out of their rooms and see almost 30 miles upstream. VUE Hotel and Restaurant features The Vue, a fine dining restaurant offering spectacular, panoramic views of the Mississippi River.

Governor Holmes House

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Governor Holmes House

  • 207 S. Wall Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone:(601) 445-7265
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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. There are four suites with private baths and a beautiful brick courtyard that can be enjoyed either from the rear upstairs balcony or sitting in a wrought iron chair beneath the shade of the neighbor’s massive magnolia tree.

 

Glenfield Plantation

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Glenfield Plantation

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 rear wing of the house dates from 1778 to 1812, while the main portion is circa 1845. Glenfield saw one of the few Civil War skirmishes in the Natchez area, and she’s got the bullet holes to prove it! The location of this charming home lends itself to privacy while being convenient to downtown Natchez, Mississippi and the mighty Mississippi River.