Ravennaside

601 S. Union Street, Natchez, Mississippi, 39120, United States | B&B
Prices starting from $80.00
 

Travel Blogs from Natchez

Natchez, MS via Baton Rouge, LA

A travel blog entry by rerowand

... the docent compared it to the Kennedys and the Bush families. Upstairs were about seven bedrooms, and each was dedicated to a governor and his wife - furniture, pictures, memorabilia, etc. It was interesting to see. It is still used quite a bit by brides, and organizations also take advantage of the ballroom and grounds. The docent and the lady at the front desk both told us to leave our car (free parking!) and we should walk up ...

Summer Solstice - New Orleans to Natchez

A travel blog entry by jackie_mack

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We got to Natchez at lunchtime, had a salad, and then headed out to Stanton Hall.


What a beautiful old building, but again, not much of the original furniture is left. We were not allowed to take pictures inside.




If you look closely, you will see the resident owl up near the rafters. ...

Bags, Bags, and More Bags

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

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But we found another great restaurant, The Cotton Alley, where we divulged in Pasta Jambalaya. YUM!!!! We did realize after Day 1 we went over our food budget. LOL!

Took another stroll along the Mississippi and have now retired for the evening. Not bad for a first day. The best is yet to come! ...

Natchez Spring pilgrimage

A travel blog entry by gerryu

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... the B&B, we were allowed a free tour (which thankfully did not include our rooms). We visited three other antebellum mansions in the City of Natchez as part of the Spring Tour. The azaleas and some of the other flowers were just starting to bloom. Beautiful, over the top homes from the high society families of the south. Every home had great antiques, artwork and deep history. We closed the day with a dinner overlooking the ...

Haunted Hotel - our first ghost town - not!

A travel blog entry by oliverlodge

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... run by a semi retired guy who built motorcycles!) we found ourselves checking into the Eola Hotel which of course in this ghost of a town, was a haunted hotel ...

I should at this stage have a mini rant about the good ol' USA and at the same time, readers, this is a hint for future travels. Why oh why don't towns in America learn the European way of indicating where the "centre de ville" or "town centre" ...

 

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