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The Biloxi Natatorium is an Olympic size pool 50 meters long by 25 yards wide, with a shallow end of 4 ft. and deep end of 13 ft. There is a diving area with a low and high dive, bleacher seating, dressing rooms and a patio.
Binke’s Restaurant is soul food at its most savory. People say the liver and onions with gravy, fried chicken and smothered pork chops are mouth-watering entrée choices, home cooked veggies on the side and the three different kinds of cornbreads from which to choose is a dream come true. It has been called “Soul Food Heaven.” The sweet tea is so good you’ll want to get a to-go cup for the road to savor the experience.
The Blue Front Café is known in the Blues world over for a special style of Blues music and a special type of food. The blue cinder-block building has been open since 1948 and was the locale for Bentonia Blues, buffalo fish and moonshine whiskey.
c.1894. A quiet spot in the Clifton Heights National Historic District with one of the most panoramic views available along the entire Mississippi River. Full Southern breakfast. 3 rooms.
Large arena facility with an adjacent building to host meetings and banquets. RV hookups available on the property.
Bonne Terre – French for the good earth – is the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway. Nestled away on 23 beautiful wooded acres in Nesbit, Mississippi, you’ll feel miles away from the everyday stresses of life from the moment you enter our winding drive. Whether traveling for leisure or business - impeccable personal service, attention to detail and fine amenities will make your stay here a memorable experience.
24-hour gaming facility. Boomtown Casino, with a Western theme, offers the newest and hottest themes, making it even more fun to win big.
Situated on a bluff overlooking the impressive Mississippi river sits Bowie's Tavern flourishing in the original c. 1840 Natchez Cotton Warehouse used in the glory days of the old south when cotton made fortunes. This building is the only surviving pre-Civil War cotton warehouse in Natchez.
Bowie’s Tavern, originally a cotton warehouse, is home to a unique, beautiful mahogany bar (1880) that was once referred to as “the largest bar West of the Mississippi” and was signed by Kit Carson. Our tavern has the largest selection of domestic and imported beers in our region and offers live music on weekends.
Bowies offers three guest rooms, and the Barrel Room is perfect for rehearsal dinners and private parties.
Beautifully restored plantation which dates back to 1856. Full Southern breakfast of eggs, bacon, grits, fresh fruits and biscuits is served.
Meeting facilities, Banquets and Weddings. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
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