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c. 1850. This bed and breakfast is located in the historic town of Port Gibson, considered by General U.S. Grant "Too beautiful to burn." In May of 1863, it was left unburned during the Civil War. The beauty of this historic home is evident in the palatial design of the Old South. This home is lavishly furnished with antiques from the 18th and 19th centuries. Oak Square Plantation offers 11 rooms with AC, WiFi, cable TV and private bath. Guesthouses are also located on the premises. Southern breakfast is provided.
A premier Boarding Facility for travelers staying overnight. Accommodations include a hearty continental breakfast with fresh fruit, homemade pastries, and gourmet coffee and teas. Enjoy the lovely scenic views from our lighted hilltop arena and round pen, or relax on a trail ride only minutes away.
Fishing pond, gazebo, weddings, corporate events, private events, and lodging.
c. 1785. As a guest of this beautiful inn furnished with antiques, you will find yourself in good company, as Andrew Jackson slept here. Tennis courts, ponds and fishing. Southern breakfast. 3 rooms.
c. 1836. This Greek Revival inn is unique, in that it is still part of a working plantation. Southern breakfast. 2 Bedroom cottages.
This sizable and beautiful boutique hotel features a pool, hot tubs and off-street parking. Each suite is custom decorated by a different Mississippi interior designer. Weddings, receptions, special occasions. Mississippi & The American Hotel & Lodging Association member. Southern breakfast. 24 suites. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
This lovely southern cottage offers a step back in time when life was simpler but also provides all modern day conveniences. Expect beautiful accommodations and the epitome of southern hospitality. Full breakfast. Two bedrooms. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
Suites furnished with private baths and televisions, Greek revival town house in heart of the historic district. Full Breakfast. 4 rooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
c. 1907. Lovely old historic home once belonged to Mississippi's second governor, George Poindexter and is a Mississippi & The American Hotel & Lodging Association member. Continental breakfast. 5 rooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
c. 1892. Guest will be thrilled by this historic home, filled with antiques and other interesting mementos. Gourmet breakfast. 2 suites.
Beautifully restored B&B near the beach with 4 bedrooms. Enjoy the hot tub and pool on-site. Pets are welcome. Breakfast and dinner are offered.
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