Eola Hotel & Guest House

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Eola Hotel & Guest House

  • 110 N. Pearl Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 445-6000
  • Fax: (601) 445-5631
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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.

This historic property is graced with exuberant interiors, arched doorways, stately columns. Balconies with a view of the Mississippi River, or a New Orleans style courtyard with an original fire-and-water fountain. The two on-site restaurants offer fine or casual dining. Peacock’s Bar is a great place where you can join friends after a day of business meetings, shopping or sightseeing.

The Elms

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The Elms

The architecture of The Elms is somewhat different than most you’ll encounter during your stay. It is documented as being one of the earliest houses in Natchez, and is the result of at least three distinct building stages that have combined to produce what is one of the most picturesque residences in the South. Your stay at The Elms will be one that you will rave about to friends and family for a long time to come.

Elgin Plantation

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Elgin Plantation

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.  Guests enjoy breakfast in the main house and are invited to sit in any one of a dozen high-back rocking chairs. Elgin is a short drive from downtown, but it’s worth the drive when you have the opportunity to relax in such a secluded, tranquil country setting.

 

Dunleith

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Dunleith

  • 84 Homochitto Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 446-8500
  • Fax: (601) 446-8554
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Your breath will be taken away the moment you lay eyes on this magnificent Greek Revival mansion. Dunleith is an indelible icon and truly represents all which encompasses the history of Natchez. The guest rooms are elegantly furnished, and you’re invited to relax on the upper or lower porches to rock the afternoon away. Breakfast is served in The Castle Restaurant, which is located behind the main house. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner to the public as well.

Dunbar Cottage

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Dunbar Cottage

Dunbar Cottage is the ideal place to stay for those who are seeking total peace and tranquility. Located in the spacious country neighborhood of Elgin, Dunbar Cottage is anchored at the west end of the area. There is plenty of room for kids to run around, but if you’re coming without them, you’ll enjoy the large deck in the rear of the house to lounge amongst the beautiful surrounding woods. Dunbar Cottage is just a few minutes drive from downtown and is perfect for a family or friends retreat any time of the year.

The Dr.’s Inn

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The Dr.’s Inn

  • 507 Washington Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 442-3561

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.A full breakfast is served each morning. This restored home has been a recipient of the Natchez Preservation Commission Award and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Deluxe Inn

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Deluxe Inn

  • 218 John R. Junkin Drive
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 442-0221

Days Inn

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Days Inn

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. There are 123 rooms available and a number of restaurants, both local fare and national chains nearby. This unique property features beautifully finished deluxe rooms visited by celebrities such as actors John Wayne and William Holden, and Director John Ford. There is a complimentary dinner served Monday thru Thursday (until it’s all gone), and there is a complimentary breakfast buffet complete with waffles to start your day.

Cedar Grove Plantation

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Cedar Grove Plantation

If you’re looking for a historic property nestled in the country then Cedar Grove is just what you need. The property is located several miles south of downtown, but you’ll find yourself surrounded by moss- covered cedar trees and a tranquil quiet that will carry your troubles away with the first breeze.

Casa España

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Casa España

  • 713 N. Union Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 427-0335
  • Fax: (601) 427-0336
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Casa España is really more ideally set up for extended stay than just for overnight guests. It’s actually an entire home with two charming guest rooms, each given an appropriate Spanish name, Don Miguel and Don Carlos. Dubbed “The Soul of Spain in the Heart of Natchez,” Casa España is Old World-style Spanish elegance encased in a Victorian period structure. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Casa España is conveniently located in downtown Natchez.

The Burn

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The Burn

Situated on the eastern edge of the historic district, The Burn occupies a very nice piece of acreage that is unusual to possess in the downtown area. It is within walking distance of shopping and dining, but the truly wonderful thing about The Burn is the surrounding homes. There are actually two other bed & breakfast properties on the same block, one of which has an annexed cottage right next door to The Burn. Circa 1834, The Burn is the historic home of the John Walworth family for more than 100 years. The only exception was the three years that Union forces occupied the home as a hospital upon evicting the Walworths. The original dining table is still in the home, as is the original china.

Brandon Hall Plantation

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Brandon Hall Plantation

Enjoy walking paths in the forest, visit the private cemetery or picnic under one of the great live oaks. This beautiful historic landmark is nestled in a secluded park-like setting with rolling hills, native plants, beautiful gardens and a stocked pond. Two private cottages have been completely renovated and decorated. Main house accommodations are offered for special events, including Spring and Fall Pilgrimage.

Bluff Top

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Bluff Top

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. The 19th-century furnishings collected in America and abroad complement the carefully restored Victorian home and its welcoming garden. From atop a 200-foot bluff, experience the mighty Mississippi River as river barges and boats ply its waters. Be mesmerized by the ever-changing panorama of water, land and sky as the river reflects the colors of the sunset across the horizon.

Bisland House

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Bisland House

Built a little later than most of the historic properties, Bisland House still provides a setting that tranports you to an era gone by. Its claim to fame is that it was once the home of Hulda Rawle Bisland, daughter of Stanton Hall owner, Dr. Frederic Stanton. This unique bed and breakfast is within walking distance of shopping, dining and viewing the Mississippi River.

Best Western River Inn

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Best Western River Inn

  • 10 Grand Soleil Boulevard
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 442-1906
  • Fax: (601) 442-2165
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Situated along the Bluff, the Best Western offers sixty rooms, with four handicapped units and twenty smoking units. There is one swimming pool and workout area. The hotel does not allow pets. They offer a senior citizens discount and a group discount if you book ten or more rooms.

Beekman Place Livery

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Beekman Place Livery

  • 303 N. Commerce Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • Phone: (601) 807-0938
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For something a little out of the ordinary, consider booking your stay in this recently restored 1839 fire station. Beekman Place Livery is located in the heart of the historic district of downtown Natchez and is less than 2 blocks away from the center of the business district, merely a rock’s throw from shopping and dining.  The Mississippi River is just a few blocks away, and you can enjoy tourist passing by in horse-drawn carriages from the rooftop patio, which offers a beautiful view of the city to the southwest, and Stanton Hall, just a block to the north. Rent the entire house or any one of the luxuriously appointed rooms and enjoy the privacy you expect from any full service hotel.

Aunt Clara’s Cottage

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Aunt Clara’s Cottage

Aunt Clara’s Cottage provides four spacious rooms in a charming 1870’s Victorian with heart pine floors, large veranda and ample sitting areas. There is also a reading room. The Cottage rooms are popular for budget conscious guests, and family and group getaways desiring privacy.

J.N. Stone House Musicale B and B

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J.N. Stone House Musicale B and B

  • 804 Washington Street
  • Natchez, MS 39120
  • P: (601) 445-7466

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. The billiard hall stood on the grounds of The Elms, David Stanton’s home, and was later expanded into a house. The house was acquired in 1877 by Joseph Newman Stone and his wife Theodora Britton, great-grandparents of the present owner, and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. Hear the music of Schubert, Brahms, Chopin and other great masters on the 1903 Steinway grand piano in the music parlor in the evenings with complimentary wine.