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Bonne Terre – French for the good earth – is the perfect setting for a relaxing getaway. Nestled away on 23 beautiful wooded acres in Nesbit, Mississippi, you’ll feel miles away from the everyday stresses of life from the moment you enter our winding drive. Whether traveling for leisure or business - impeccable personal service, attention to detail and fine amenities will make your stay here a memorable experience.
Beautifully restored plantation which dates back to 1856. Full Southern breakfast of eggs, bacon, grits, fresh fruits and biscuits is served.
Meeting facilities, Banquets and Weddings. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
Brigadoon Farms is a combination of recreational and outdoor centered activities and meeting facilities.
4 Roomy suites located on 2 1/2 acres of wooded countryside. High definition, wireless Internet service and stereo in each room. Breakfast provided and gourmet entrees offered daily. Conference, state of the art meeting room and more. Beautiful backyard for weddings and special events. Full breakfast. 4 rooms.
C.1890 home in charming Bay St. Louis. Antique furnishings fill every room. Located two blocks from the beach. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
Luxury and elegance form this lovely, rural property, with gazebo, courtyard, porch, pool, golf and many other amenities. Full breakfast. 10 rooms. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
Castle Hill Resort's secluded location offers undisturbed relaxation in a calm, contented environment. Near the University of Mississippi and Faulkner's fictitious Yoknapatawpha County. Full breakfast. 4 bedrooms. Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
c. 1840. Greek Revival mansion that overlooks the Mississippi River. Five acres of informal gardens. Furnished with original antiques. A Union cannonball is still lodged in the parlor wall. Restaurant on site. Member of Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
If you're looking for a historic property nestled in the country then Cedar Grove is just what you need. The property is located several miles south of downtown, but you'll find yourself surrounded by moss- covered cedar trees and a tranquil quiet that will carry your troubles away with the first breeze.
Built in 1836, this historic antebellum plantation mansion reigns over a picturesque 183-acre estate dotted with forests, rolling pastureland and fishing ponds. Full breakfast. 4 Bedrooms.
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