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c.1913. This beautiful old inn has been nominated to the National Historic Register, and rests just two blocks from historic downtown court square. Southern breakfast. 4 rooms.
This unique property is located above the truly historic Under-the-Hill Saloon, once the hangout for renegades, thieves, prostitutes and cut-throats. One of the rooms opens up onto a narrow balcony and breathtaking views of the Mississippi River. The guest rooms are simple but comfortably furnished and share a common bathroom. If you're up for some action, the bar downstairs has live entertainment on the weekends, and you'll love being able to just meander downstairs, have a few cocktails and know that you don't have to drive an inch. You can also take the short walk down the street to the Isle of Capri Casino for a little gaming action.
c. 1860. The McWillie-Singleton House is located in the heart of the Canton Historic District, just a stroll away from shopping, dining, history, and more on the Historic Downtown Square (listed on the National Register of Historic Places). Full breakfast. 2 suites.
Enjoy a restful stay in Meador Homestead B&B, a 1885 log cabin. Amenities include candlelight dinner and numerous outdoor activities. Reservations are required 48 hours prior to your stay. Two suites.
Come enjoy some simple country pleasures. We have unhurried days and starlit nights, which will relax you, leaving you refreshed and rejuvenated. This quaint north Mississippi farm house has been completely renovated and has a real home-spun, comfortable feeling.
c. 1911. Furnished with antiques. Quiet, pecan shaded grounds with pool and spa. Full breakfast. 6 rooms.
An early 19th-century antebellum mansion set in 26 acres of manicured gardens. Monmouth Historic Inn is a National Historic Monument. Reflecting all that is charming about the South, expect gracious hospitality, excellent cuisine, wine tasting, historic tours of the house and a lovingly restored garden.
Historic bed and breakfast inn. Tours and restaurant offered. Meetings, Motorcoach and Weddings.
Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
In the spirit of southern hospitality, Moonlight and Magnolias has opened its doors to out of town guests, as a comfortable place to come home to after enjoying the festivities in Oxford and at Ole Miss. Moonlight and Magnolias is located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the TARA subdivision, off College Hill Road, on 1.5 acres of wooded privacy. The Grove, where many of the pre-football parties are held, is just 2.75 miles away.
c. 1915. This rambling bungalow is on the National Register of Historic Places, and features three well appointed rooms, private bath, entrance, with wine and cheese in the evening. Full breakfast. 3 rooms.
The Manor has twelve beautifully appointed queen rooms, and two suite-sized king rooms overlooking Antiques Row. Downstairs is the 600 Franklin Piano Bar, which often provides live entertainment on the weekends and serves up a delectable line of libations. If you feel the need to take in some fresh air, visit the Rooftop Terrace Bar on the third floor to indulge in drinks and comfortable seating while jazz and blues fills the air. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
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