Find Cozy Inn Lodging in Natchez Mississippi

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 B&B retreats that are members of the Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi, 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. See more information on Natchez at the city CVB website and this informative video.

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The Rising Sun B & B

The Natchez B&B with an Oriental Touch

303 North Pearl St, Natchez, MS 39120

(601) 442-2120

Distance to Natchez: 0.15 mi

Welcome to Rising Sun Bed and Breakfast Located in the heart of Natchez, Mississippi, our bed and breakfast guests enjoy two beautifully appointed rooms in a completely restored 1890 Queen Anne home. The decor of our home consists mostly of … Continue reading

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Devereaux Shields House

Victorian Southern Comfort & Fine Southern Hospitality

709 N Union St, Natchez, MS 39120

(601) 304-5378

Distance to Natchez: 0.51 mi

Relax to true Victorian southern comfort in The Devereaux Shields House, a Queen Anne Victorian Bed and Breakfast located in the beautiful Natchez, Mississippi historic district and listed on the National Historic Register for significant homes. Our Bed & Breakfast … Continue reading

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Brandon Hall Plantation

Historic Cotton Plantation on the Natchez Trace Parkway

73 Natchez Trace Parkway, Natchez, MS 39120

(601) 304-1040

Distance to Natchez: 9.58 mi

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 … Continue reading