Bed and Breakfasts in Vicksburg, MS - Visit Vicksburg


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Bed and Breakfasts in Vicksburg, MS

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.

Spend the night in one of Vicksburg’s historic bed and breakfasts. Converted from 19th century homes, these buildings combine the grandeur of Southern hospitality with plenty of modern amenities, including a hearty complimentary breakfast. And once you’re relaxed and rejuvenated, step outside for a fun day of touring in historic downtown Vicksburg, MS.

Encounter History

As you unpack your bags and settle in for an exciting adventure in Vicksburg, you’ll get to experience antique furnishings courtesy of the 19th century, luscious gardens and beautiful displays of architecture. Being some of the oldest buildings in Vicksburg, each bed and breakfast has its own story to tell. Learn about triumphant tales from the Civil War and walk the same halls that some of the city’s most notable figures dwelled in. Choose from small, single-family dwellings to sprawling mansions and wake up with a delicious breakfast to get your day in Vicksburg, Mississippi started the right way.

Depending on which inn you select, you’ll have the chance to dance in a real ballroom, enjoy nature from a beautiful terrace and encounter the spirit of the past, both metaphorically and literally in one local bed and breakfast with a fascinatingly haunted history. Whatever you’re looking for in a historic bed and breakfast, you’re sure to find it here.

Historic Downtown Vicksburg, MS

Many of Vicksburg’s bed and breakfasts are located right in the heart of historic downtown, just minutes away from some of the area’s most popular attractions. Explore antique shops, museums and national historic sites, like the Vicksburg National Military Park, all in convenient walking distance of your suite. And when you’re ready to come back to this century, check out some of the nearby casinos and restaurants, and indulge in everything that the city has to offer.

Book Your Stay for Any Occasion

With several different bed and breakfasts in Vicksburg, MS to choose from, you can select a charming home away from home for a honeymoon or business trip, or book one of the elegant mansions to host bridal parties, luncheons and even weddings.

Make a reservation at one of the inns below and get ready for an experience you’ll remember for a lifetime. For more information about shopping , dining and more things to enjoy during your visit, contact the Vicksburg CVB to receive helpful trip-planning insights and answers to all your questions.

Anchuca Historic Mansion

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.

Baer House

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.

Bazsinsky House Bed and Breakfast

Established in 1861, this bed and breakfast features rooms outfitted with spacious, king-size beds. Guests can opt for a breakfast-free stay or choose between a continental or full Southern breakfast.

Corners Mansion- A Bed & Breakfast

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.

Duff Green Mansion

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.

Halpino Bed and Breakfast

Halpino is part of the Duff Green family of bed and breakfasts.
5 bedrooms all with private baths.

McNutt House

The McNutt House is one of the oldest homes in Vicksburg. Its historic suites, located in both the McNutt House and the Magill House on the property, are each equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette.

Oak Hall Bed and Breakfast

Oak Hall BnB – An Historic Home with a Modern Feel.

The Fannie Willis Johnson Home, built in 1910 in the Mission Revival style, was designed by New Orleans architects Keenan and Weiss and was supervised by local architect William Stanton. It was constructed in Norman brick and trimmed in Bedford limestone by Curphey and Mundy Builders for $30,000. The Mission Revival style originated in California and was based on 17th and 18th century Spanish colonial architecture. Characteristics of the style are the Mission-gabled portico, cartouches, carved blocks over the columns, and wide bracketed eaves. The home is lined in quarter sawn oak and boasts 32 custom stained glass windows and original beaux art lighting fixtures designed by Louis Millet, from the Chicago Art Institute. Millet was responsible for the stained glass art and interior design oversite of the State Capitol Building in Jackson and the Illinois Monument at the Vicksburg Military Park. Fannie Willis Johnson, a Vick descendant, is best known for her philanthropic contributions to individuals and the community, such as to build the Junius Ward Johnson Memorial Y.M.C.A. and a Y.M.C.A. for African Americans, to make improvements to the Salvation Army Home, the Vicksburg High School Athletic Field, for a new school in south Vicksburg, playgrounds in the city, and to build St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. For some years before her death, she maintained a home for aged Protestant ladies and, when she decided to use her home for the Old Ladies Home, she was willing to live in the Carriage House so she could see them enjoy her home.

Steele Cottage

A sister property to The Duff Green Mansion, this quaint cottage dates back to 1829. Two unique rooms are available, and all guests may partake in Duff Green Mansion breakfasts.

The Beverly Carol

The Beverly Carol is a 4-bedroom, 2-bath vacation rental home for 18. Located a short walk from downtown Vicksburg and the Vicksburg National Military Park, and only 5 minutes from the Ameristar casino, this home offers a unique combination of relaxation and excitement. You’ll also have access to 3 large porches and 3,400 square feet of well-appointed living space during your stay in this Mississippi sanctuary.

The Inn at Cedar Grove


The crown jewel of Vicksburg has been recently restored. Famous for a cannon ball in the parlor wall. The mansion overlooks the Mississippi River. Guided tours are available by appointment.

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