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Monmouth Plantation

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Monmouth Plantation

Two questions please. Planning Southern trip next year probably June/July. Cant seem to get any prices or availability on this hotel on web sites? Does this mean no availability or do they not use comparison sites? Also we prefer to eat as a couple ie not communally round large table. Does Monmouth cater for this? Does any other similar hotel in Natchez? Thinking of three nights here after flying into Atlanta(1), visiting Memphis(2) then onto New Orleans(2) and back to Atlanta(1). Any thoughts much appreciated.

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1. Re: Monmouth Plantation

Monmouth is a great place to stay. Dining is with a group. They could have small tables for two but I don't remember. Why don't you call and check on a room and dining. Natchez is a great city. Be sure to ask for one of the newer rooms out back. There's also an owner's suite that's nice if it's available.

Why don't you fly to New Orleans and drive up to Natchez and the Delta. Spend a couple of nights in Vicksburg and Clarksdale home of the blues. Atlanta is a big city and not as much fun as NOLA and Memphis. Enjoy your trip.




MS BLUES TRAIL...........


Monmouth Plantation @ 36 Melrose Avenue, Natchez, MS 601 - 442 - 5852.


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Thanks for quick reply. Its the Mississippi area we're after really but unfortunately no direct flights out of UK to NO or Memphis so have to travel via Atlanta which is a bit of a pain due to driving distances and getting vehicle back.

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Atlanta's airport is huge. Fly direct to ATL and catch the next flight to Memphis or NOLA. Save you a lot of driving and there' not much to see between Memphis/NOLA and Atlanta. Rent a car in NOLA and leave it in Memphis. You will enjoy your time more between NOLA and Memphis. Spend one night at the 4 * Alluvian Hotel in Greenwood, MS and dine at Lusco's. Visit Oxford, MS home of University of Mississippi and William Faulkner. Enjoy your trip.

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4. Re: Monmouth Plantation

Here is a link to all the Historic Inns in Natchez: visitnatchez.org/visitor/…

All have onsite dining options (with individual seating) except The Guest House, which has dinner options provided just a half block up the street at the Natchez Eola Hotel (not included on this page but also a great option-lots of history!).

Let us know if you need anything else!

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5. Re: Monmouth Plantation

Many thanks. Just what I was looking for. Will ask more questions as I plan if that's ok.

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6. Re: Monmouth Plantation

Monmouth Plantation and most hotels have more than likely not released 2013 rates; thus, you are not seeing any online search results. When in doubt, always call a hotel directly for best rate and availability information.

Monmouth does offer dining. The last time I visited this hotel it offered superb dining in the 1818 restaurant. Keep in mind a fine southern breakfast was included with the room rate.

Monmouth is a good stopping off point when traveling from New Orleans to Memphis. Spend a couple of days in Natchez and explore the beautiful historic homes that are on tour.

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