We invite you to experience the grandeur of times past coupled with modern amenities in a fabulous bed and breakfast. A scrumptious breakfast served with a hearty dose of Southern hospitality will get you ready for a day of touring. Indulge and be our guest! A one-of-a-kind experience awaits you at a bed and breakfast in historic Vicksburg.
Boasting ornately hand-carved millwork and other postbellum embellishments, this magnificent mansion was built circa 1876. Guests will enjoy its central location in Vicksburg’s historic garden district.
This antebellum mansion was originally constructed in the late 1820s, but was later upgraded with Greek revival styling in the late 1840s by wealthy Vicksburg residents, Jane and Victor Wilson. Anchuca’s visitors are treated to plantation breakfasts each day.
Another gem erected in the mid 1800s, this Victorian-Italianate mansion has six beautifully adorned rooms that are perfect
for a relaxing retreat or a romantic weekend. Guests may also choose to stay in Abigail’s 1880 Guest House, which boasts a 55’ gallery with breathtaking views.
This spacious Victorian mansion, built in 1870, features seven guest rooms decorated with period antiques and roomy beds – most rooms even include a private bathroom. This Inn is centrally located in historic Vicksburg, just a short walk from museums, restaurants and landmarks.
This estate, finished in 1852, features five acres of elegant gardens and 33 rooms in five unique buildings. In addition to Southern breakfasts, lunch and dinner are also available at Cedar Grove’s restaurant.
This picturesque mansion was built in 1873. The Corners’ several rooms are spread across three buildings. Guests can relax on private porches and watch the sun set over incredible views of the Mississippi River.
Rich with history, the Duff Green Mansion has served as a Civil War hospital, boys’ orphanage and more. Its rooms are located within the main house, and every stay is complemented by a three-course seated breakfast.