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1 Conner Cir, Natchez, MS 39120-7045
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#11 of 43 B&Bs / Inns in Natchez
Linden is beautifully situated in a serene park-like seven acre setting. The quiet and beauty of our grounds leads you to believe you are out in the country, yet Linden is just 3 or 4 minutes from the center of downtown Natchez and just a mile from the Mississippi River. A very large number of National and State Historic Registry sites can be seen within our walkable downtown area. When you come to stay at Linden, you will reside within the walls of the home; there are no dependencies or out-buildings at Linden. You will breakfast in the formal dining room, as favored guests should. We realize and appreciate the privilege you have given us by choosing Linden for your stay in Natchez. We believe that you deserve to experience true Southern Hospitality that meets and in fact exceeds your expectations.
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Kelli S wrote a review Jan 2020
Folsom, Louisiana15 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed in the lovely cottage located behind the main house of Linden. Breakfast both mornings was exceptional and served by Ann and Aieasha who welcomed us with a smile! The cottage accommodated our group of 6 perfectly and our only small problem was that the gas fireplace was not working. Wouldn't have been a problem at all but was quite chilly both nights and the fireplace would have been an added plus. Mrs. Jeanette was a treat for the tour of her home and we are so glad that we had the pleasure of meeting her!
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Date of stay: January 2020
Taylor B wrote a review Sep 2019
Chicago, Illinois6,360 contributions5,145 helpful votes
Like most antebellum homes in the South, Linden has been converted into a bed-and-breakfast. But you can also request a private tour of what is the oldest antebellum house in Natchez, Mississippi, dating to 1785. Located at 1 Linden Place, the two-story house features an apartment on each wing, a front porch with a 98-foot gallery and white columns and a painting by John James Audubon and a portrait of Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind decorating the interior. Linden was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. It is in sharp contrast to other antebellum Greek Revival mansions in Natchez in the 1800s, such as Monmouth and Melrose and Dunleith and Stanton Hall and D'Evereux, which are larger and more opulent. At, as it stands, it represents an important chapter in the history of the landed gentry in the South.
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Date of stay: September 2019
Room Tip: Dick's Room is very comfortable with a private entrance.
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rhpatt29 wrote a review Jun 2019
Tyler, Texas640 contributions138 helpful votes
First, I am not a fan of B&B’s. However, this was a nice stay. The rooms were very clean and the A/C worked well. The layout of the estate house allows you to have a private entrance and exit. That’s a big positive. It doesn’t feel like you are intruding in someone’s space. The history of the house is very interesting. Jeanine, the 90 year old owner is the fifth generation living in the house. She was a hoot! Funny and very hospitable. We enjoyed speaking with her and listen to the tour of the house. And .... there were no doilies to be found. They freak me out!
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from DorothyScobey, Guest Relations Manager at Linden Bed and Breakfast
Responded Jun 5, 2019
Thank you for your lovely review. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay at Linden, and the history of the house and the owner. We hope you will come back again soon. Best Regards, Dorothy
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Constance M wrote a review May 2019
San Francisco, California292 contributions132 helpful votes
Imagine Scarlett O’Hara is now 87 years old. Rhett is long dead and the children are grown and gone. What’s Scarlett to do? She turns Tara into a bed and breakfast. It’s the perfect way for an old time southern belle to use her charms and utilize her talents as a gracious hostess to world travelers and even Yankees. This is modern day Linden House. A 1790’s Federal style mansion, which means it is smaller and more modest than the later Greek Revival houses built in the 1800s. Our first night at Linden House, we were the only guests. Mrs. Feltus, the owner and 5th generation to live in the house greeted us warmly and showed us to Dick’s Room. It’s at the end of the West annex where her late father-in-law lived before he died. The room is moderate sized with a king bed, a large table, an armoire, and two chairs. The room is tattered and worn, but the bed is comfortable. The bathroom is small, but functional. The next morning Mrs. Feltus knocked on our door to announce coffee had been placed on the veranda. She seems to be everywhere. Her energy is inspirational. The main house has a large veranda with rocking chairs and a table where the morning coffee is served. It’s a lovely setting. We bought our wine and enjoyed sitting on the veranda and talking to the other guests from around the world. Unlike most B&B’s there is no social hour in the drawing room. It’s small and inadequate for more than a few people. Breakfast, which is served promptly at 8:30 is a large, southern breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon or sausage, homemade biscuits, fruit, juice and coffee. You can have cereal upon request. Staying here is a unique experience and we are glad we did it. Mrs. Feltus is a charming, engaging, lovely woman who is always impeccably dressed and constantly inquiring in her lilting, southern accent if she can get you anything. You will not find a more gracious hostess. The house and annexes are in need of rehab. The floors are badly worn; the paint is peeling on the woodwork, inside and out. Still it doesn’t totally ruin the inherent charm of the place or it’s owner. If you want a unique experience, this is it.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from DorothyScobey, Guest Relations Manager at Linden Bed and Breakfast
Responded May 21, 2019
Thank you for your very thoughtful review. We are delighted to learn that you enjoyed the history and southern charm that come with our 200 year old home. We pride ourselves in the fact that our guests feel as though they have gone back in time, and are able to experience life as it was in the 1800's. As you can imagine...the rehab on a home that has survived more than two centuries is always ongoing and we appreciate your understanding. Best regards, Dorothy .
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NurseSherry wrote a review Apr 2019
Houston, Texas236 contributions84 helpful votes
If you want all the comforts of a 4 star hotel than don’t stay here. A few people have mentioned that the home needs some updating, give me a break. The place dates back before the civil war, what the heck are you expecting. What you will find is a unique experience, a genteel southern host and a serene setting. We throughly enjoyed our stay in Dick’s room. The bed was super comfortable, the room temp was perfect even though we had no control over the Temp and there was plenty of hot water for our showers. The tour given after breakfast is a definite added bonus so be sure you don’t miss it. Now about breakfast, sorry scrambled eggs and cheesy grits isn’t my thing but the coffee was good!
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Response from DorothyScobey, Guest Relations Manager at Linden Bed and Breakfast
Responded Apr 8, 2019
Thank you for feedback, and positive review! We are delighted you enjoyed your stay, and the rich history that comes with Linden. Please come back and visit again soon. For guests who are not into our full southern breakfast...we do offer another choice of cereal and fruit. So be sure to let the staff know and we will be happy to make the change. Best regards, Dorothy Scobey
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Frequently Asked Questions about Linden Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include Joseph Newman Stone House Concerts (1.0 miles), St. Mary Basilica (1.2 miles), and First Presbyterian Church (1.3 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include Steampunk Coffee Roasters, Restaurant 1818, and King's Tavern.
Are any cleaning services offered at Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, a clothes dryer and a washing machine are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Linden Bed and Breakfast?
Many travelers enjoy visiting First Presbyterian Church (1.3 miles), Choctaw Hall (1.4 miles), and Longwood (1.4 miles).