Mississippi is virtually synonymous with Southern hospitality—and for good reason. You'll find a Mississippi bed & breakfast in nearly every historic Mississippi city and many small towns. The uncommon history of the state's antebellum mansions—with their many bedrooms—make them perfect places to harbor guests in the mood to relax.
Mississippi also features a variety of historic inns that have been lovingly maintained or restored to keep up with tourist demand for well-appointed rooms. The Old Capitol Inn and the King Edward Hotel, both in Jackson, come to mind. The former was created from the remains of a 1950s-era YWCA, while the latter was recently restored to its early 1900s grandeur. Both are worth a look, but you'll find a wide variety of similar options all over the state.
You’re sure to find a grand old inn, Mississippi bed & breakfast or antebellum mansion to make history of your tired feet.