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c. 1908 Colonial Revival mansion with custom designed 18 guestrooms and suites. Corporate discounts available. Full Southern Breakfast. A member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi, Mississippi Hotel & Lodging Association and American Hotel & Motel Association.
This charming log cabin was built in 1825, in Copiah County and exemplifies the pioneer spirit.
c. 1886. Built in the Queen Anne style of the Victorian period as a wedding gift for his wife, Mamie.
c. 1836. Transitional Federal/Greek Revival architecture. Historic house, conveniently located in downtown Raymond, hosts tours, private functions, and events. National Register of Historic Places.
Glen Auburn sits authoritatively atop a knoll in the heart of Natchez and seems to consume every other structure in its immediate surroundings. Its architectural style, though basically considered Greek Revival, is somewhat different from many other of Natchez' majestic mansions, and it's a delight to behold either on a walking or carriage tour.
Visit Grand-Gulf Raymond Scenic Byway for a leisurely step back in time amid an enjoyable atmosphere. Delve into Mississippi’s history, explore the lush countryside, or imagine soldiers as they marched along the route years ago.
Greenlea, with its Doric portico and fluted columns, is one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Natchez. Exceptionally fine brick work and original geometric garden are enhanced by landscaping added by the present owners. Home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Carby. National Register.
c. 1843. Isaac Williams, a laborer and slave trader, and his brother Thomas, a blacksmith, were free men of color, who settled in the area and built this raised cottage.
Stop by the Tennessee Williams Welcome Center and pick up your walking tour brochure. The welcome center is your starting point.
Visitors to this charming town, established in 1850, will enjoy their stay with abundant shopping opportunities, great dining, and much more.
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