Mississippi Bed and Breakfasts

There are 21 Mississippi bed and breakfasts, cottages and guest houses located along or near the Natchez Trace Parkway to choose from.

Mississippi B&Bs are listed below in the order they would be found on a trip going north to south on the Natchez Trace Parkway:

Mississippi Bed and Breakfasts

Click on any of the B&B names to view guest room accommodation pictures, descriptions and rates; photo galleries; location map and area attractions.

Tishomingo, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 30 - milepost 307)

Bear Creek Saloon Guesthouse - This recently remodeled guest house is located one mile from the Natchez Trace Parkway in northeast Mississippi. The town of Tishomingo and scenic Tishomingo State Park are three miles away. The unhosted guest house has only two units (second unit on the second floor is not ready for guests yet) so you will have a lot of privacy. Breakfast not included.

Belmont, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 25 - milepost 303 or MS Hwy 4 - milepost 297)

Belmont Hotel - This Georgian style hotel in downtown Belmont, built in 1924, is six miles from the Trace. It is newly restored, with all the comforts of a modern hotel but the charm and decor of an earlier, more gracious time. Wide hallways, high ceilings and a relaxing atmosphere. Continental breakfast is served in the elegant dining room. Children welcome.

Tupelo, Mississippi area

A Lazy Dog Ranch Bed and Breakfast - Conveniently located 5 minutes from the Trace and 10 minutes from Tupelo, Mississippi. The B&B's rural location northeast of Tupelo combined with luxury accommodations creates a wonderful getaway. A Lazy Dog Ranch is a pet friendly B&B.

Moon Lake Farm Bed and Breakfast -  This relaxing lake house and 75 acre horse farm is located 10 minutes west of the Trace and 15 minutes from downtown Tupelo. From your guest room deck watch horses and goats graze in the pasture. B&B features two suites with king size beds and one room with a queen size bed.

Houston, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 8 - milepost 230)

Bridges-Hall Manor Bed and Breakfast - Built in 1884, this large and lovely, centrally heated and cooled, Victorian-era home in Houston, Miss.is just four miles from the Trace and is wonderfully convenient for travelers. All rooms have access to the parlors downstairs and the snack area, with complimentary coffee & soft drinks, and sitting area on the guest floor. Each guest room has its own private bath and cable television. A full southern breakfast served.

French Camp, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 413 - milepost 180)

French Camp Bed and Breakfast - 150 yards from the Natchez Trace, this rustic inn was constructed from two century-old log cabins. The French Camp community is steeped in early Trace history. Two separate cabins, one with a loft, and a cottage, also with a loft, are also available, so they can accommodate a very large group. Smoke-free and alcohol free; children welcome.

Kosciusko, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 35 - milepost 160)

Maple Terrace Inn, Martha's Cottage and the Presidents' Inn - Located just one and a half miles from the Trace this home was built in 1912 and is listed on the National Historic Register. It is full of fine furnishings and antiques; however, it was completely renovated in 2003. Just two blocks from the courthouse square. Also available are the Presidents' Inn, Martha's Cottage and the Hammond-Routt House. Full breakfast. Children welcome.

Raymond, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 467 - milepost 79)

Mamie's Cottage Bed and Breakfast at the Dupree House - Just a few miles from the Trace, near Raymond, this quaint 1840s cottage won an Award of Merit from the Mississippi Heritage Trust for its restoration! It has two suites, each with an outside entrance. Each has a large bedroom and an adjoining small one. There’s a porch, a deck, TVs, and a small refrigerator in each. Full breakfast is served in the historic Dupree House.

Learned, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 467 - milepost 79 or MS Hwy 27 - milepost 67)

Harmony Farm Bed & Breakfast - Harmony Farm is designed to accommodate folks traveling with horses looking for a safe, comfortable, and beautiful environment in a relaxing atmosphere. The B&B is also a peaceful getaway for those who might want the experience of the country with or without horses. The B&B is nestled on 230 acres of beautiful, well kept pastures, wooded trails, and fishing lakes. Those traveling with well socialized dogs and other pets can also be accommodated.

Port Gibson, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 18 - milepost 41 or US 61 - milepost 37)

Isabella Bed and Breakfast - This Queen Anne Victorian built in 1880 has recently been renovated. The four guest room B&B is named for Isabella Person who lived in the home for 93 years. The B&B features stained glass in all of the windows and doors at the front of the house. A full Southern breakfast is served each morning.

Collina Plantation Inn Bed & Breakfast - Take a step back in time when you stay at Collina Plantation, a planters cottage built in the 1830s and nestled in historic Port Gibson on 8.5 wooded acres. Large guest rooms with king size beds. A traditional breakfast is served each morning.

Lorman, Mississippi (exit: MS Hwy 552 - milepost 30)

Canemount Plantation Inn Bed & Breakfast - Located a couple miles from both Alcorn State University and Windsor Ruins, Canemount is an antebellum era home with several buildings dating back to 1826. Six guest rooms (four with king size beds) with modern amenities in the 1829 Carriage House. Relax on the many galleries and deck areas at the Carriage House and the 1855 Main Home.

Natchez, Mississippi (exit: southern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway - milepost 0)

Linden Bed and Breakfast - Linden, an antebellum home listed on the National Register of Historic Places, sits on seven park-like acres halfway between the southern terminus of the Natchez Trace Parkway and the downtown Natchez business district. Come stay at this historic, antebellum home circa 1790, whose front door was copied for the door of Scarlet's Tara in "Gone With the Wind".

Bisland House Bed and Breakfast - This 1904 Colonial Revival 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. Full breakfast. Children and families are always welcome!

Devereaux Shields House Bed and Breakfast - This Victorian property located in a quiet, residential area within walking distance of shops, restaurants and the MS River Bluff offers two homes: the elegant 1893 main house and the charming 1877 Aunt Clara’s Cottage.

The Burn Bed and Breakfast - Built in 1834, this home once served as the headquarters of one of the Union armies occupying Natchez. Grand architecture and furnishings, and old photographs from a time gone by. Shaded patio overlooks a two acre garden and brick walkways which give way to camellias, azaleas, and dogwoods, and you’ll love the full-size pool! Children 12 and over welcome. Full breakfast.

Bluff Top Bed and Breakfast - Restored as a bed and breakfast, this 1894 Natchez home is atop a 200-foot bluff and has one of the most panoramic views of the Mississippi River available. From the upstairs guest rooms and common sitting room, which opens onto the porch, you can see barges and paddle-wheelers pass by. Complete kitchen available to one bedroom, cable TV, beautiful antiques.

Brandon Hall Plantation Bed and Breakfast - Brandon Hall is located adjacent to the scenic Natchez Trace at milepost 9 less than 10 miles north of downtown Natchez. Built 1853-1865, this historic landmark is nestled in a secluded park like setting with rolling hills, native plants, beautiful gardens and a stocked pond.

Clermont Bluffs Bed and Breakfast - This Victorian-era farmhouse, located on the Natchez bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River. While inside the city limits, the property has the feel of a private estate - bordered by the Natchez National Cemetery, the Mississippi River and beautiful forests. Guest rooms are spacious and feature king size beds and designer bathrooms. Full breakfast.

Pleasant Hill Bed and Breakfast - Built in 1835, this home is just two blocks from the business and shopping district of Natchez. Beautifully decorated with antiques and tester beds, there is a lovely entrance hall staircase which spirals to the second floor. The brick-floored sunroom, where a delightful breakfast is served, is welcoming as a place to relax, with a wet bar and TV. Children welcome.

1888 Wensel House Bed and Breakfast - Victorian town house in the heart of the historic district, within a block of carriage rides, the Mississippi River bluff, restaurants, shops and tour houses. Complimentary drinks and fruit. Beautifully decorated with antiques. Large bedrooms, each with a single plus a queen bed.


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