Natchez Bed and Breakfast Inns
Devereaux Shields House
— Natchez, MS
|It was built between 1893 and 1900 and is listed... Read More
$129 - $179
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Natchez, Mississippi is home to a culture and a river that have influenced works of art, writing, and song for generations. Historic Natchez can bring a touch of the Old South into your next vacation. While the beautiful Antebellum homes of Natchez stand center stage in the attractions, Natchez has an outstanding cast of co-stars including the whole downtown area, which is an architectural phenomenon, the historic plantations and Natchez bed and breakfast retreats. All of these allow visitors a view of earlier times. Nothing is as romantic as the Deep South, where you can experience this unique southern culture. By Devereaux Shields House.
Natchez boasts of having many interesting sites. For a small town, this may indeed be fascinating which is why people who are touring the state find it worthwhile to visit it. Natchez is home of the largest octagonal house in the country, the Longwood House. This architectural wonder has captivated sightseers for more than a century already. Just more than a mile away from Natchez is the Rosalie Mansion, a museum that features an antique collection of dolls and toys dating back to the era of the American Revolution. Stratton Chapel Gallery displays the best of the city's works of art. Old South Winery and the Melrose are two other attractions located very near the city's main districts. Visitors can easily get themselves rooms to stay in any of the Natchez bed and breakfast inns. Historic museums include the Auburn Museum and the Museum of African American History and Culture. By Devereaux Shields House.
Known for its grand antebellum homes, rich history and fun festivals, Natchez, Mississippi offers something for everyone. It is the oldest city on the Mississippi River, complete with horse drawn carriage rides and romantic lodging options. As one of the most historically unique cities in the world, Natchez has embraced and preserved the influences of her Native American, European, Southern, and African American residents. Come explore and fall in love! By Devereaux Shields House.