“Turn of the Century Charm "...like staying with friends!"”
Circa 1904 Colonial Revival Home of Hulda Rawle Bisland, Granddaughter of Frederick Stanton of Stanton Hall, and her husband, Douglas Starke Bisland. Period antiques, located in Natchez Downtown Historic District. On the National Register of Historic Places. Walking distance from Main Street, Local shopping, Antique Stores, Historic Homes, Restaurants, area Churches, Carriage Rides, and Mississippi River Bluffs. 3 guest rooms available. All with queen antique beds and private baths. Jessi's room can accommodate a 3rd guest with a twin bed. Danielle's room can accommodate a 3rd guest with addition of a small bed. Guests have full use of Parlor, Full Breakfast served in Dining Room. Children 3 years and older welcome. We pride ourselves in making our guests feel like friends and family. A step back in time with all the comforts of home. " ...like staying with friends!"
This is a beautiful Mississippi historic bed and breakfast. There are three rooms that are elegantly-appointed, and the entire house feels like you've stepped back in time to the deep south at the turn of the century.
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