Glenfield Plantation Bed and Breakfast
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Glenfield Plantation Bed and Breakfast Natchez
Travel Blogs from Natchez
... engineers dredge Kennedy. It was assembled in 1932 in Winconsin. It ultimately went out of service and was bought in 1992 and installed in 1994. 28,000 pounds per hour of live steam at 300 pounds per square inch is generated by the combustion of #2 marine fuel in a single Babcock and Wilcox water tube boiler with a Coen burner ...
... family mansion, nicely furnished and with friendly volunteers.
Last stop was to the lower Mississippi museum which had some very good exhibits including models of river boats over the years.
After lunch paid another visit to the engine room.
The show tonight was songs from Broadway - very good indeed, especially the black girl singing ...
... Monmouth. A wonderful happy hour on the courtyard patio before our elegant candlelight dinner. Lots of fun conversations Day 10 April 3 This morning after breakfast we all took off for airports cabs or cars knowing we'll probably never run in to each other again. It was a good group of people to spend the week with We got to the airport and picked up a rental heading for Bay St Louis and Bart and Phyllis. Arrived about 4 and after a drink we took a tour of the town ...
... yes I said miles and miles of concrete. Can you believe the cost of that????????
Then we came across cleared fields of cotton There was one spot that did tours so we stopped but it was closed for the season. Bummer that would of been interesting, it had different examples of housing for slaves etc. Maybe we will come across something in a few days.
After several hours of driving, we crossed the mighty Mississippi River ...
... This was explained by a sign which said that we were driving through what had been the path of a tornado in April 2011. It seemed to stretch on for miles, and the whole thing looked black and dead; it was really eye-opening to see the devastation that tornados can create. We next stopped at a place called Jeff Busby Park, in order to use the restroom. It’s apparently the highest point in Mississippi, but it was almost impossible to tell because there was no overlook that ...