Bisland House Bed and Breakfast - Natchez, Mississippi
Bisland House Bed and Breakfast, a circa 1904 Colonial Revival historic home, is located in the downtown Natchez Historic District within walking distance to Main Street shopping, antiques stores, antebellum homes, museums, restaurants, carriage rides and the Mississippi River Bluff.
Bisland House was originally the home of Hulda Rawle Bisland and her husband Douglas Starke Bisland. Hulda was the granddaughter of Frederic Stanton of Stanton Hall. The home was built for Hulda and "Starke" in 1903-1904.
Three guest rooms (one on the main level and two on the second level), each with a private bathroom, in-room satellite TV and free wireless internet await travelers visiting Natchez. A large screen TV with DVD is available in the Parlor. A full, hot breakfast is served each morning and cold refreshments are available anytime.
- Full southern breakfast is served in the dining room.
- Children 3 years and older are welcome.
- No pets. Innkeepers have a small dog on the premises.
- Bicycles can be stored inside overnight.
- Wireless Internet.
Contact Bisland House Bed and Breakfast
- Innkeepers - Byron & Christine Tims
- Phone - 601.304.5806
- Website with Room Availability - www.bislandhouse.com
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