Places to Stay in Mississippi

Mississippi offers a wealth of different lodging options, from exciting casino resorts to historic bed and breakfasts, distinctive boutique hotels, and wilderness cabins. Try The Roost in Ocean Springs to be near great sunsets and an exciting, eclectic downtown, or Dunleith Historic Inn in Natchez for a bit of elegance. Whether you prefer luxurious accommodations or have more minimal tastes, you’ll find excellent places to stay in Mississippi. For more information, request a tour guide, use our trip planner, check out some of the places to stay, or contact us today to start planning your trip.

Front Beach Cottages

Front Beach Cottages in Ocean Springs offers cozy accommodations, ocean views, and easy beach access. These cottages provide a peaceful retreat with amenities like fully equipped kitchens and private decks. There are four unique cottages to choose from, all within […]

French Camp Bed and Breakfast

French Camp Bed and Breakfast, part of the French Camp Historic Village along the Natchez Trace Parkway, offers cozy lodging with Southern charm. Guests enjoy comfortable rooms and delicious homemade breakfasts, with easy access to outdoor activities and local attractions. […]


Beekman Place Livery in downtown Natchez is a recently restored 1889 fire station livery offering elegance and casual charm. It is situated within walking distance of local landmarks and outdoor attractions and provides easy access to historic sites and natural […]

Concord Quarters

Concord Quarters, originally built in the 1820s as slave quarters, now operates as a bed and breakfast in Natchez. Concord Quarters offers spacious guest rooms with private baths, Southern breakfasts, and a backyard wildlife habitat for nature enthusiasts. The property […]

Collina Plantation Inn

Collina House

Port Gibson


Collina House offers a setting for personal growth, wellness activities, and recovery work, hosting expert-led workshops and therapeutic intensives. Situated atop eight and a half acres of grounds surrounded by wooded hillsides, it provides a picturesque backdrop for private events […]

Clyde and Marie's Bed & Breakfast

Clyde and Marie’s Bed and Breakfast in Forest is a premier wedding venue and event space offering a peaceful retreat on 20 acres of hay fields. Surrounded by miniature horses and a fishing pond, the beautiful home provides a private […]

Hotel Indigo Hattiesburg

Hotel Indigo



Hotel Indigo, an IHG Hotel, is a boutique hotel conveniently located near the University of Southern Mississippi, the Hattiesburg Zoo, and other nearby attractions. The hotel is pet-friendly with amenities that include an on-site restaurant called the Brass Hat, plus […]

Askew’s Landing RV Campground features 87 electric/water/sewer-connected sites for recreational vehicles of all shapes and sizes, along with numerous tent camping sites for those who enjoy a more rustic experience. Located near Edwards, Mississippi, there are a variety of spaces […]

Clermont Bluffs Bed & Breakfast

Clermont Bluffs Bed & Breakfast is an elegant Victorian-era home located on the bluffs overlooking the historic Mississippi River in Natchez. Surrounded by nature, the tranquil grounds provide a peaceful retreat, perfect for romantic getaways or escapes with friends. Each […]


Cypress Point Resort features nearly 2,000 acres of wilderness, wildlife, and event venues. Amenities include a drive-thru safari, a general store, overnight accommodations/lodging, a historic home circa 1836 for rent, restaurants, catering, and event space for weddings, parties and more. […]

Centennial Plaze Gulfport

Discover the allure of Centennial Plaza in Gulfport, Mississippi, a premier destination that encapsulates over a century of history within its sprawling 48-acre expanse. Transformed from its military origins, this site now showcases ten meticulously renovated historic buildings, solidifying its […]

Oak Hall Bed And Breakfast

The Fannie Willis Johnson Home, built in 1910 in the Mission Revival style, was designed by New Orleans architects Keenan and Weiss and was supervised by local architect William Stanton. It was constructed in Norman brick and trimmed in Bedford […]