This is a must on everyone's list who visits Vicksburg. History and wonderful food. Buy the cookbook if you can.
We made the mistake of not having our accommodations here but had the most amazing dinner! Our dining experience started with a very warm welcome from Tarsha Neal. She is a great asset to the Mansion... Our serveuse was Kerri Hutson who continued the pampering throughout the dinner. Very attentive to our needs, she too helped create this magical evening.... More
We appreciated the great beauty and history of Anchuca. The ghost stories that I read on-line were so exciting! However, the staff guided us to a table to watch a video and told us to feel free to walk through ourselves. Not what we had in mind!
Arrived in Vicksburg with no reservation anywhere and able to get in at this B & B. Spacious room and modern bath in the attached building overlooking courtyard. Mansion allows a self guided tour after watching a short video. Dinner in the restaurant was relaxing and delicious. My wife and I both had the sea bass special and were not... More
My wife and I had a really nice experience at Anchuca. Restaurant is in the back portion of beautiful and historic Anchuca Bed & Breakfast. Reserved a table for 6:00 dinner. Were served good wines and great salads with meal. I had the sea bass special - delicious and a nice size portion. My wife had the Shrimp & Grits.... More
This place was a disappointment. Dispite there only being 10 customers, the service was very bad. The staff appeared to be unorganized and rarely in the dining room. We could hear them clanking around in the kitchen and microwaving the food. We had the gumbo and the asparagus soup. Both were tasty, but there was no crackers or bread served.... More
I am a regular visitor to Vicksburg, and this is where I usually stay, but if you can't stay, still stop by for a self-guided tour. While the furniture you see here is not original to the house, it does represent what a wealthy merchant would have furnished a house with in Antebellum times. My favorite things are the staircase,... More
This mansion is worth checking out. The decor is beautiful and the house is in wonderful condition. The staircase is unusual, and it was interesting to stand on the balcony where Jefferson Davis gave one of his last speeches.
This is a beautiful antebellum house that's been restored to it's full glory. The current owner has lots of flair and it shows. It feels like the very comfortable home of a very wealthy family...which of course it was. The rooms are stunning, the restaurant excellent and it's probably the best B&B in Vicksburg.
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