Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi
Post Office Box 13341
Jackson, Mississippi, 39236, United States

Houston, Mississippi

Bed and Breakfast

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Blanton Ball House is a cozy 1950's home with central heat and air, laundry facilities and a fully equipped kitchen. The home is located in a quiet neighborhood, just 4 blocks from the Southern Gateway of the Tanglefoot Trail, a 44-mile hiking and biking trail which runs from Houston to New Albany, Ms. Located only 4 miles from the Natchez Trace, walking or biking distance from the center of town, churches, parks, restaurants and sports fields.

About Houston

Houston is a city in one of two county seats of Chickasaw County, Mississippi.[2] The population was 3,623 at the 2010 census. The land on which Houston resides was donated to the city by Judge Joel Pinson on the condition that it would be named for Sam Houston, a childhood friend.
In 1909, Houston become home to the first Carnegie library in the state after L.B. Reid, then-superintendent of schools, wrote to Andrew Carnegie telling of the need for a public library. Houston hosts the Mississippi Flywheel Festival both in April and September of every year.

Houston Mississippi is located 5 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway. Exit Natchez Trace Parkway at milepost 230 onto Mississippi Highway 8 and travel west.

Hills Region

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