If you'll be staying in town instead of in the country while visiting Natchez, this small and intimate B&B is a perfect choice. Hosts John and Val Bergeron have become family to me as I have stayed here four times, each stay just as delightful as the last, and will be coming back for my next visit. It's possible to park your car and enjoy a great visit to Heavenly Natchez without having to drive anywhere if you don't want to, because it is walking distance to most downtown attractions, museums, restaurants and other B&B's. There are four rooms located on the ground floor of the Antebellum home, and a delicious breakfast is served in the glassed in porch that serves as common room for relaxing, mingling with other guests, and planning the day's adventures. I'm sure families are welcome, but during my stays, individuals or couples have rounded out the company of guests. The guest rooms are cozy and furnished with antiques; everything is kept immaculate, thanks to Shawanda, whose breakfast creations of French Toast and thoughtful attention to detail keep this at a leading edge of quality that supersedes many other possible choices of historic lodging. This is not the choice for those who are looking for 14 foot ceilings and private-spa bathrooms, turndown service and sherry in the evenings. It is, however, one of my favorite places to stay anywhere, and John and Val exemplify a level great refinement and gentle breeding so rarely found. The rates are about the best in town, too.