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This unique brick and wood home is located in a quiet setting. The home is constructed of lumber from a century-old Tennessee country store owned by Mrs. Backstrom's family. The balcony in the vaulted great room is a gallery of original art and sculpture. The owner is a well-known stained glass artist and many of his works are on display. Offered are three large upstairs bedrooms. A country breakfast is served in the dining room or breakfast area. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
c. 1870. Exquisite example of Eastlake Victorian. Built by Lazarus Baer for his wife, Leona. Features handcrafted American chestnut and black walnut detailed woodwork. Also, a historic bed-and-breakfast inn.
Can accommodate Wedding ceremonies, receptions and rehearsal diner along with helping you from start to finish with your wedding plans. Banquet/dinner, private parties, corporate event, meeting, conference, class, lecture/speaker, retreat and filming/photo shoot.
Conveniently located across from the beach and downtown shopping, the Bay Town Inn offers 10 luxurious suites. Each king suite accommodates four guests and overlooks the pool and courtyard. The second floor Lighthouse Room is a perfect location for family reunions, weddings, or corporate meetings.
Two conflicting stories, one a fifty-three page handwritten family history, the other a researched account of documented events, address the property from as early as 1840. Both conclude that the majestic structure, built by Joseph Bazsinsky as a town house, remained a home for his large Jewish family through four generations until early in the 21st century.
Rustic old home located in the south end of the county. Here, living moves at a slower pace, the environment is peaceful and the view is wonderful if you love country living. Full breakfast. Two bedrooms.
This Queen Anne Craftsman-style home has remained virtually unchanged for over 100 years. Located in the center of the historical district on the old Natchez Trace and the site of General Grant?s Headquarters, May 2, 1863. Wireless Internet, and 4-2nd floor rooms with private baths. The large rooms all open to large hall and sitting area making it ideal for family and bicycle groups. Dinner, wine and cocktails are also available at additional cost. Full breakfast. 6 rooms.
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.
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.
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