(Natchez, MS) Where to Stay

December 19th, 2009

**DISCLAIMER**  All the wedding pages were written for our 2010 wedding.  They provide a great, brief view of travel to Natchez, MS and in Jackson, MS, my childhood home.  That’s why I’m keeping them up.

The Wedding Party will be staying with us at Dunleith–we debated how to work this, but we decided to split rooms between the families, so we have a spot with your name on it!  Call us for details, and remember to call Dunleith also so you can provide them with reservation information.  1-800-433-2445

Dunleith

Dunleith

Dunleith Historic Inn

Built in 1856, Dunleith is a stunning example of Antebellum architecture.  It is one of the most photographed homes in the United States.

www.dunleith.com

84 Homochitto St
Natchez, MS 39120-3996
(601) 446-8500

(800) 433-2445

Reserved Blocks of Rooms for our Guests:

Natchez Grand Hotel


Natchez Grand Hotel
Natchez Grand Hotel

The Natchez Grand is right on the Mississippi River.  As a newer establishment, the Natchez Grand has all the amenities one would need.

http://www.natchezgrandhotel.com/

111 South Broadway Street
Natchez, MS 39120-3443
(601) 446-9994
10 reserved rooms:

Regular Rooms

Single                       Double                      Triple                       Quad

$106/night           $106/night              $116/night             $126/night

Suites

$146/night            $146/night              $156/night            $166/night

Eola Hotel

Eola Hotel

Eola Lobby

Eola Lobby

Eola Hotel

The Eola Hotel was built in 1927 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
110 Pearl Street
Natchez, MS 39120
Tel 1.601.445.6000
Fax 1.601.446.5310
Toll free 1.866.445.EOLA

30 reserved rooms, $99/night

Other Options

Natchez has some of the most beautiful antebellum homes in the nation.  If you wish to stay in a truly unique setting, check out some of the bed and breakfast options.  This link should take you to an official website that lists all of Natchez’s Bed and Breakfast options: http://www.natchezpilgrimage.com/bedandbreakfast.htm

If you are travelling in large groups, you may want to consider renting an entire house for the weekend.  There are a couple of options that I could find: Casa Espana and Oakwood.

Monmouth Plantation

Monmouth

If you REALLY want some high class diggs, then I’d suggest Monmouth Plantation.

36 Melrose Avenue, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120
Phone: 601 442 5852, Toll-Free: 1-800 828 4531, Fax: 601 446 7762

(From the website):

Monmouth’s beauty and elegance have earned it a Four Diamond rating from AAA, and places on Condé Nast’s 2006 Gold List and Travel + Leisure’s 2006 Top 500 Hotels of the World: both Glamour magazine and USA Today call the antebellum inn one of the 10 most romantic places in America. Additionally, Zagat has named Monmouth “One of the Top 50 U.S. Inns & B&Bs” and American Historic Inns says it is “One of the Top Ten Most Romantic Inns of the Year.”

Monmouth Plantation has received acclaim in editorial coverage from numerous major publications. Architectural Digest praises its “spirit of respectful, though not dogmatic, authenticity” while Gourmet magazine declares it is the “most luxurious accommodations in Natchez.” The New York Times agrees, calling Monmouth “Natchez’ most elegant hotel.” According to Zagat, Monmouth is a “classy B&B that earns Mississippi’s top overall rating” and the Los Angeles Times says “its 26 carefully coiffed acres unfurl flawlessly with fountains, gardens, ponds, oaks and Spanish moss.” And the Wall Street Journal describes Monmouth’s restaurant simply: “Think Southern opulence.”


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