Brandon Hall is also known as the "Treasure of the Trace," as it is located on the Historic Natchez Trace Parkway in Natchez, MS. This home was built by Gerard Brandon, son of the first native-born governor of Mississippi, in 1856. Formerly a large successful working cotton plantation, this historic home is secluded on over 45 acres of lush lawns and gardens and it maintains the serenity of years gone by. Relax in the luxury of an elegant time...Brandon Hall offers exquisite Bed and Breakfast accommodations. Choose to stay in the beautifully restored mansion or in your own private cottage. A full Southern Breakfast is included.
Take a step back in time and experience firsthand, life in the 1800's. Brandon Hall Plantation offers overnight Bed and Breakfast accommodations to share the beauty of this historic estate. Enjoy a relaxing weekend getaway or visit and discover Southern history in Natchez, Mississippi. Enjoy walking paths in the forest, visit the private cemetery, or picnic under one of the great live oaks. This beautiful antebellum home is nestled in a secluded park like setting with rolling hills, native plants, beautiful gardens and a stocked pond.
Brandon Hall has 5 rooms, sleeps 2 guests each, $120-$175 and 1 room sleeps 6 with Full kitchen, Living area, Full bath, Washer/Dryer, Porch, Handicap Accessible, $250.00- $375.00
Reservations require a 50% non-refundable deposit. Cancellationbs made less than 48 hours from checkin date will be charged full price.