Historic Mississippi Bed and Breakfast Inns

1790

1 Linden

— Natchez, MS 1790
The inn is in the National Register. Read More

1800

2 Blue Creek Cabin Bed & Breakfast

— Oxford, MS 1800
Blue Creek Cabin is an authentic square hand-hewn log cabin built in the 1800's. Read More

1814

3 The Briars Inn & Garden

— Natchez, MS 1814

1818

4 Monmouth Historic Inn

— Natchez, MS 1818
Home of General John Quitman, a military leader in the war with Mexico. Awarded a gold Presidental Sword for his valor. Many of the family furniture pieces and a vast array of memorabilia is on... Read More

1827

5 Wilkins Townhouse B&B

— Natchez, MS 1827

1830

6 Cedar Grove Plantation-Natchez

— Natchez, MS 1830

1832

7 Anchuca Historic Mansion & Inn

— Vicksburg, MS 1832
Vicksburg National Military Park (5 minutes), Old Courthouse Museum (2 blocks), Cairo Museum (one-half mile). Read More

1834

8 The Burn

— Natchez, MS 1834

1840

9 Guest House

— Natchez, MS 1840
The house was built in 1840 as a Greek Revival city mansion. It contains exquisite period antiques and furnishings and is surrounded by historic properties and sites. Read More
10 Cedar Grove Mansion Inn

— Vicksburg, MS 1840
National Military Park (5 miles) and museums. Read More

1850

11 Oak Square Bed & Breakfast

— Port Gibson, MS 1850
Listed in the National Register. Read More

1856

12 The Duff Green Mansion

— Vicksburg, MS 1856
For over 50 years served as the local headquarters of the Salvation Army. Read More

1868

13 Annabelle

— Vicksburg, MS 1868
Antebellum homes and civil war history sites. Read More

1872

14 The Generals' Quarters B&B Inn

— Corinth, MS 1872

1873

15 Corners B&B Inn

— Vicksburg, MS 1873
Original Par Terre Gardens, cast iron fence and pierced columns. Read More

1876

16 Ahern's Belle of the Bends Bed and Breakfast

— Vicksburg, MS 1876

1893

17 Devereaux Shields House

— Natchez, MS 1893
Constructed during late 1800s Victorian era, located within Natchez Historic District, Original owner fought in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. Read More

1901

18 BernheimerHouse B&B

— Port Gibson, MS 1901
The original home that was used by General U. S. The present home was built on the basement of that home by Jacob Bernheimer the most prominent Jewish businessman in Claiborne County, MS. The home... Read More

1906

19 The Guest House at Gulfport Landing

— Gulfport, MS 1906

1908

20 Historic Fairview Inn & 1908 Provisions

— Jackson, MS 1908
The Old Capitol Museum is just over a mile from Fairview. Historic Manship House is only half a mile, and an art museum and agriculture and forestry museum are two miles away. Read More