Bisland House B & B VIEW WEBSITE
Circa 1904 Colonial Revival Home of Hulda Rawle Bisland, Granddaughter of Frederick Stanton of Stanton Hall, and her husband, Douglas Starke Bisland. Period antiques, located in Natchez Downtown Historic District. On the National Register of Historic Places. Walking distance from Main Street, Local shopping, Antique Stores, Historic Homes, Restaurants, area Churches, Carriage Rides, and Mississippi River Bluffs. A step back in time with all the comforts of home.
Brandon Hall Plantation VIEW WEBSITE
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.
Natchez Manor VIEW WEBSITE
The Natchez Manor is an intimate boutique bed and breakfast, perfect for those seeking exclusiveness and an unforgettable experience. The Natchez Manor is a showroom, its design inspired by dreams and world travels. Charming yet tranquil, comfortable yet modern, the Natchez Manor is in the heart of downtown Natchez, Mississippi. The Natchez Manor is an upscale, contemporary, and unpretentious boutique bed and breakfast.
First settlement on the Mighty Mississippi, Natchez can bring a touch of the Old South into your next vacation. The Natchez area is particularly rich in historic plantations, beautiful Antebellum and Victorian homes and Bed & Breakfast retreats, all allowing visitors a view of earlier times. Natchez is a wonderful destination whether you plan to go out and see the local sights, enjoy rich history in side trips around Natchez, or just stay in and enjoy each other. Nothing is as romantic as the Deep South, home to a culture and a river that have influenced works of art, writing, and song for generations.