Bed & Breakfast

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.

Ahern's Belle of the Bends

Proud to be Vicksburg's number one bed and breakfast based on traveler reviews on TripAdvisor, this stately Italianate mansion is centrally located in the Historic Garden District. 

Annabelle Bed and Breakfast

Annabelle offers warm Southern hospitality in an elegant, yet comfortable Victorian setting, listed in Fodor's South's Best B&B's. 

Steele Cottage

Constructed along a hillside, the downstairs was built of handmade brick with the best plumbing available- an indoor cistern.

McNutt House

The second-oldest home in the Historic Downtown District and residence of Alexander G. McNutt immediately preceding his taking office as Mississippi's 12th Governor in 1838.

Corners Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn

Situated on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi and Yazoo River valleys, The Corners is a relaxing getaway with eight guest rooms in the main house, two in the original servants quarters and four additional guest rooms in the circa 1995 Galleries building built to echo the architectural style of the ...

Duff Green Mansion

A long, wide stairway leads to the wrought-iron laced porch surrounding the main doorway of this magnificent mansion situated in the historic district of Vicksburg. 

Baer House

A charming bed and breakfast retreat, this exquisite example of Eastlake Victorian was built in 1870 by Leona Baer.

Bazsinsky House

Located within two blocks of museums, restaurants, shops and bars. Incredible views of rivers, downtown and Old Court House Museum.

Anchuca Historic Mansion

The place to B&B, this charming escape offers luxurious comfort in a relaxed setting and some of the best food in town. 

Cedar Grove Mansion

Listed in the National Register of Historic Places overlooking the Mississippi River on 5 acres with formal gardens, gazebos, fountains and courtyards which are a prelude to a mansion furnished with many original antiques, including gas-lit chandeliers.