Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast - Natchez, Mississippi

Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast - Natchez, Mississippi

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View of Pleasant Hill from the back yard.
View of Pleasant Hill from the back yard.
View of Pleasant Hill from the back yard.
One of the three guest suites.
One of the three guest suites.
One of the three guest suites.
Glass enclosed, brick-floored sunroom with wet bar, TV and antique wicker furniture.
Glass enclosed, brick-floored sunroom with wet bar, TV and antique wicker furniture.
Glass enclosed, brick-floored sunroom with wet bar, TV and antique wicker furniture.
Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast
Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast
Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast

Built in 1835, this bed and breakfast is just two blocks from the business and shopping district of Natchez. Pleasant Hill was originally built by John Henderson, a prosperous merchant, publisher of the local newspaper, and a founder of Natchez' First Presbyterian Church.

The original home was built on property that is now the location of another famous antebellum home, Magnolia Hall. Over a two-year period during the 1850s Pleasant Hill was moved one block south on log rollers by oxen teams.

The garden floor houses three bedrooms, each with private bath, that open into a center hall/sitting area. There is also a glass enclosed, brick-floored Sun Room with wet bar, TV and antique wicker furniture with views of the back yard gardens.

Pleasant Hill is one of the tour homes on the Natchez Fall Pilgrimage of Antebellum Homes held during late September thru early October. Overnight guests also receive a tour of the home.

  • $140-$150
  • A full, casual breakfast in the Sun Room.
  • Children welcome.
  • No pets.
  • Bicycles can be stored on the patio.
  • Wireless internet.

 

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