My Wife and I made wonderful choice in staying with Ms Feltus at Linden Place for our first visit to Natchez, MS.
She met us at the door and invited us into her home, she is quiet the Lady. Every effort and courtesy was extended to assure that our trip to the area and the stay at her place was a relaxed and pleasurable experience.
We moved about the expanse of the Seven Acre Yard at our leisure several times, exploring and taking pictures during our stay, walking under massive old Live Oaks across the manicured grounds was awe inspiring. The weather was warm as if it was Spring, the birds were singing and most of the many flowers and trees were in bloom. Even an a kitty or two would be sitting around sunning in the outer yard sunning. The yard is suitable for children to play in.
Fresh coffee is brewed on the gallery at the back of the house each morning, the lay of the land effects a slight draft to pull in the sweet aroma of the flowers from the courtyard as you sit and drink your coffee and read the paper and/or watch the news. Being on the Gallery/Porch is considered being in the house.
Anything that we were curious about Ms Feltus was very happy to explain and give the history concerning whatever we asked about.
The staff was very kind and really good at what they were doing. It was apparent that they took pride in working for Ms Feltus and helping her keep up a tradition of excellent service at Linden.
In summery? You just have to be there to see what I mean.
We have made new friends in Natchez, they live and work at Linden Place and will be going to see them again soon.