Port Gibson

The City of Port Gibson has a rich history steeped in culture and Southern charm. From the Civil War to modern times Port Gibson’s historical value is unmatched. Our City is one of the most beautiful in the South, referred to in history as “the city too beautiful to burn” by Union General Grant. See the city site for more information.

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Collina Plantation Inn

100 Greenwood St, Port Gibson, MS 39150

(601) 940-4560

Distance to Port Gibson: 0.59 mi

Take a step back in time when you stay at Collina Plantation Inn, a planters cottage built in the 1830s and nestled in historic Gibson, just off the Natchez Trace Trail. Collina Plantation Inn is located on an 8.5 acres … Continue reading

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Isabella Bed & Breakfast

Southern Hospitality at its finest

1009 Church Street, Port Gibson, MS 39150

(601) 437-5097

Distance to Port Gibson: 0.34 mi

You will enjoy southern hospitality in this 1880 Queen Anne style home listed on the National Register as the Person Home. Isabella has been lovingly restored to its original charm but with modern conveniences. We love for our guest to … Continue reading

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exterior view of white plantation style home with centered second floor dormer taken from green lawn

Canemount Plantation Inn

Come Enjoy the tranquility of the South

4003 Alcorn Rd HWY 552 W, Lorman, MS 39096

(601) 940-7206

Distance to Port Gibson: 9.71 mi

Stay in our recently renovated 1829 Carriage House at Canemount Plantation Inn featuring 6 bed and breakfast suites with modern amenities. Steeped in history, there are many locations on our property to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The wrap around … Continue reading

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Rosswood Plantation

Welcoming 1857 Landmark Mississippi Mansion

2513 Red Lick Road, Lorman, MS 39096

(601) 437-4215 / (800) 533-5889

Distance to Port Gibson: 10.73 mi

Rosswood was a thriving cotton plantation of 1250 acres, long before the Civil War, with 105 slaves working the fields. It now has 100 acres of rolling fields and stately trees, where deer and other wildlife abound. Again a working … Continue reading