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Beautiful home surrounded by a gracious country setting, provides a romantic getaway for its guests. European breakfast. 2 rooms.
Elegant accommodations in the heart of Blues Alley in historic downtown Clarksdale. A blend of sumptuous Victorian and funky Big Easy - Big Pink offers a truly unique, laid back and private retreat. Continental/light breakfast. 5 Rooms.
c. 1904 Colonial Revival, 3 guest rooms with period antiques and private baths. Located downtown, Moderate rates, free WiFi. Children welcome. Full southern Breakfast included in room rate. Accept all major credit cards. Member of Natchez Bed and Breakfast Association and Mississippi Bed and Breakfast Association. Top rated on TripAdvisor.
Budget Hotel. 20 rooms.
Nestled on 50 acres, this authentic 1800's log cabin has been updated and includes a unique charm that guests will enjoy. Full breakfast. 2 rooms.
This beautiful Blue House is located in the Depot District of Bay St. Louis and was Nationally Known Folk Artist Alice Moseley's home. It overlooks the Historic Train Depot, a park filled with stunning oak trees, and is near the 100 Men DBA Hall, the Bay St. Louis Little Theatre, and a Visitor Center, located in the Train Depot. The beach and Old Town Bay St. Louis are a very short walk. 2BR, 1BA, Sleeps 4-5.
Located in the heart of downtown Clarksdale and within walking distance of downtown attractions and entertainment. Sleeps four and is available for nightly rental, long-term stays and festivals and special events.
Within walking distance of everything blues, two individual spaces beautifully furnished and equipped to sleep two or three people
Charm, comfort and funk in a converted pool house, steps from the B.B. King Museum. Fine linens on double bed, kitchenette, within a fenced yard.
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.
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