We had a restful three days at The Burn, an elegant B&B ideally located when visiting Natchez. Constructed in 1834, the well-appointed home makes a comfy place to stay when visiting the town.
Our lodging was the Laura Room, which looked out over the beautifully landscaped back yard, filled with camellias and other flowering shrubs. It was located in the second level garconniere, quarters added for a young man of the family once he turns age 14.
We always ask for a quiet room and we were not disappointed! Our room was nicely decorated in period antiques and sleeping was a dream.
pic #2 Our guest room
pic #3 The dining room
pic #4 The courtyard and fountain
pic #5 Swimming Pool
Outside our room was a small balcony, where we enjoyed a glass of white wine each afternoon overlooking the courtyard, where a fountain burbled in the midst of decorative hedging. (We brought the wine from home and kept it in a fridge on the premises).
We found it fascinating that on an outside wall facing the balcony, a series of intials are carved into the brickwork--souvenirs of a time the YANKEES visited Natchez.
We would highly recommend The Burn and hope to return there someday soon. Tours of the upper living area of the B&B can be toured each day until 5:30 p.m. when lodging here. A glass of wine will greet you as you check in.
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Address: 712 N. Union Street, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States