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A classic Greek Revival home, Twin Oaks is one of Natchez's premier historic properties. It is a one and a half story home and its gains distinction from the imposing, temple-like portico that protrudes from the facade. The guest rooms are located adjacent to the house and overlook the gardens and the tiny chapel, key components to the property's charm. Guests receive an extra treat in meeting the lady of the house Regina Charboneau, accomplished chef and restaurateur, founder of the successful San Francisco-based restaurant, Biscuits and Blues. There is a sister restaurant of the same name right here in Natchez.
Built in 1926 as a lodge for the Elk's Club, Uncle Henry's Place became the Moon Lake Club in the 1930's and appears in the works of Tennessee Williams and William Faulkner. There is a Mississippi Historic marker on site commemorating Tennessee Williams' connection to the site. Four rooms and a cabin are available.
Guests will enjoy a beautiful country setting. Comfortable cottages are available with good service and good food. Hunting and fishing are offered. Full breakfast. 5 Rooms.
Located within walking distance of downtown restaurants and shops, the White Turpin House is a charming bed and breakfast offering three bedrooms and two baths with 1 king and 2 queen beds. Breakfast consists of a voucher for Natchez Coffee Company located just around the corner. Bring a cup of joe back with you and enjoy reading a book in the White Turpin House library filled with Natchez and Mississippi history.
Inn features exquisite hand-made leaded and beveled glass windows considered the finest in Laurel. Family heirlooms and period furnishings from a by-gone era. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi. Full breakfast. 3 Suites. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
c. 1859. Featured in this lovely old home, built before the Civil War, three parlors and dining areas. Private baths for each room are provided. Weddings, receptions, special events. Continental breakfast. 9 rooms.
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