Bisland House Bed And Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Natchez
Laurafhenry stayed here on Mar 11, 2013 during their trip titled: Bicycling the Natchez Trace.
We awoke early to allow us plenty of time to finish breakfast at our mansion before the "Spring Pilgrimage" tour guests arrived. We ate a splendid breakfast in the massive dining room before our napkins and place mats were whisked away and it was obvious that our time at the table was done. Soon, the mansion owner (and the other southern belles) were dressed in their giant hoop skirts to receive the Spring Pilgrimage guests. As ...
... the night before. His daughter, Shyla was not featured at this museum . . . Next we toured the battlefields of Vicksburg where the battle to control the Mississippi River was won. The park has a very involved cell phone narrated tour as you drive through he 16 miles of the tour. This was quite a battle and siege for the 47 days. The highlight of the drive was the display of the remains of the Union gunship - USS Cairo. This armored ...
... museum was mildly interesting, but, rather amateurishly done. The historical significance of V is great and it is sad to see it devolve to this. Back on the Trace we finally completed our 444+ mile journey from Nashville and arrived at Natchez, named for the indigenous Indians. Nice town, also on a bluff - is New Orleans the only city on the M River not safely on a bluff? We took a horse carriage ride around town and saw ...
... the river.. very pretty spot!
- We go for a bike ride around town.. This town at one point in the 1800's had the most millionaires in all the US so lots of nice houses. It starts to rain so we head back to RV. Summer is officially over as we have to go UNDER THE BED and get out jeans and socks and sweatshirts! Sigh!
- At 7pm we walk to the ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking