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73 Natchez Trace Pkwy, Natchez, MS 39120-7983
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#5 of 44 B&Bs / Inns in Natchez
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4.7
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4.9
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4.8
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4.7
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Brandon Hall is a beautifully restored plantation home that dates back to 1856. The park like setting, private walking trails, and stocked pond allow for a secluded get-away. All accommodations at this luxury home have private in-room (not shared) bathrooms.
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Pamela W wrote a review Jul 2022
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Brandon Hall Plantation is absolutely gorgeous. We only saw one other couple so it seemed as if we had the mansion to ourselves. Very well kept and clean. Room (Louise Suite) was spacious and elegant. Grounds and courtyard beautiful and we enjoyed wandering them. Really appreciated the lounge and conveniences. We brought dinner from home (long drive) and the lounge microwave and refrigerator were very handy. We enjoyed the variety of teas, the coffee and assorted snack/bars.
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Date of stay: June 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Kerry H wrote a review May 2022
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Brandon hall is a pretty place. You feel like you are on a plantation in the 1800’s. Check in is non existent, you are given a code to your room and you don’t see anyone. You are then slipped a coupon for a restaurant in town to go get breakfast, ( not very well explained in advance) at least on the website where I booked. While you are there you can peek in the downstairs rooms but no your! It’s on your own, also not explained on the website where I booked! No pamphlets on the room or anywhere I could find explaining the house or property.(I happened to run into someone who seemed like they work there who went in and found a pamphlet about the family Cemetery nearby. We did read about that on the website! Of O was here by myself, I definitely would not like it! There needs to be more instructions online or before check-in, better if you can get a pamphlet about the house and grounds/family history!! Didn’t see any in town either!! Room was great but, probably would no go back.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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pmlcom wrote a review May 2022
St. Albans, United Kingdom9 contributions11 helpful votes
Advertised as breakfast in room -Voucher left for cafe 15 mins drive away -and ended up still paying towards cost as cafe argued value of voucher -not nice ! No milk or bottle water in rooms or bar area , since location is rural it would have been nice to learn of both these things in advance . We had been told tours of house but no such thing , staff very friendly but had no idea of the history . A beautiful house but could have had a better more comfortable stay . Natchez is a beautiful town and we would have found better hospitality in a hotel nearer to the town . It’s a shame as we were with returning guests who were equally disappointed .
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
Room Tip: Don’t arrive late , bring your own food /drink /. Don’t expect a warm welcome .
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onesmallfamily wrote a review May 2022
Iowa City, Iowa26 contributions1 helpful vote
Beautiful plantation home in an incredible and quiet setting just a short drive to Natchez. We stayed in one the beautiful out buildings. I mean I could have moved in- it was my kind of place!😊 Kaiser was gracious and I enjoyed our conversation as we checked in. They have done a lovely job of continuing to save this historic place. The breakfast in town was a treat as I’d not expected that! Everything was just perfect and I hope to visit again one day staying much longer!
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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April Whitten wrote a review Apr 2022
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Visited Natchez for the first time and stayed at Brandon Hall. It is difficult to convey in words the magic of this place. It is beautiful beyond words and the grounds are enchanting. I can't recommend enough - it is by far, the best place to stay in Natchez and one of my favorite places in the world.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Troy B wrote a review Apr 2022
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Perfection! Our stay was simply perfect! The home and grounds were exquisite. The azaleas were in full bloom. We even took a picnic lunch and hammock out on the grounds and wiled away an entire afternoon. I’d give it SIX stars if it was allowed.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Linda L wrote a review Mar 2022
Tallahassee, Florida63 contributions12 helpful votes
First, let me say the property is beautiful, house and surrounding grounds. My husband and I walked around the grounds one day-just beautiful. We spent some time on the upstairs balcony in the rocking chairs, too. Just lovely. The room we had was very large with the extremely high celings. The bathroom was very clean and they have some of the softest towels I have found in our travels. I am glad I had some extra soap in my luggage as there was only 1 very small bar in the bath. The rooms don't have their own thermostat though. A couple of nights I was a little warm but when I walked out in the hall the next morning it was very cool. The bed was lacking. I like soft beds and this one was very soft and my first thought was it would be perfect. However, it sagged a lot in the middle making it very uncomfortable. The next thing is there is no breakfast which is one of the main reasons we like to stay in B&Bs while traveling. All there was was a basket with a few pieces of fruit and a muffin wrapped in plastic wrap. I have had better snacks in an airbnb. I know some have mentioned Covid but in Mississippi and most every other place restrictions have been lifted. To use Covid as a reason now is only an excuse to not cook breakfast. We were there for 3 nights and on 2 of those days they hosted a buffet luncheon and a seated dinner. So, no, Covid is not the reason we didn't have breakfast. We were there for the pilgrimage and found out only by accident Brandon Hall was on the list as no one at the B&B told us and no one would tell us about the plantation except for one of the docents who was there after her tour who interpreted her 2 rooms for us. There is no host to speak of either. We saw and talked to one person twice and only after asking if he was the owner did we find out he was. Still don't know his name. The property is for sale and maybe that is why things are the way they are. The listing says they have a commercial kitchen so they have the capability of preparing breakfast. It's really too bad. It would be a fantastic place to come back to but we won't because of the problems listed above.
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Date of stay: March 2022Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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bjm wrote a review Feb 2022
Mobile, Alabama11 contributions3 helpful votes
Recently we stayed three night at Brandon Hall Plantation. Several of us visited Natchez for a mini vacation and picked Whitehall cottage. It gave each of us own own space. The main house and grounds are just spectacular. It's removed from any noise or crowd which we enjoyed. Our cottage was cozy and plenty of room. All of the staff/owners were very friendly and helpful. We certainly didn't want to leave but real life called us back. The cottage has only one bathroom but we made it work. Also, in other reviews I read complaints about no Southern breakfast. We understood because of this dreaded virus. We were given a basket of "goodies" every day, so it was fine with us. We would most definitely return to Brandon Hall any time. As I've said before we didn't want to leave. It's a wonderful place to visit even if you don't go anyplace else.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled with friends
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williambQ719WL wrote a review Dec 2021
Janesville, Wisconsin66 contributions16 helpful votes
This beautiful restored plantation is an inconvenient 9 miles from historic downtown Natchez. Restaurants are far away, so guests must drive a lot for lunch and dinner. Staying here is like living in an unfriendly empty museum. The advertised full Southern breakfast was replaced with a basket of 2 old dry Clementine oranges, 2 bananas, 2 stale poor quality plastic wrapped muffins, and 2 Granny Smith apples (better for pies than eating). The owners, who live in the house, never appeared to greet us and we found the place cold and unfriendly. The public rooms on the main floor were roped off like a museum, adding to the unwelcoming feel. Our experience here was so disappointing that we left early.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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darrin f wrote a review Nov 2021
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Good Things: 1 - We had the whole house to our selves 2- Beautiful house and comfortable accommodations 3- Conveniently located to downtown Natchez (15 min drive) 4- The rooms were cleaned daily by somebody perhaps a ghost! Not so good things: 1 - No breakfast - COVID is over get back to it yall! The continental breakfast was not good at all. 2 - Not one person attending the home. never saw anyone. this is advertised but its a bit weird imo. 3 - No food dispensary of any kind - snack machine, etc. coffee and tea is it. 4 - No one returned my call or email prior to our visit. i left 2 voicemails and one email plus 3 other calls. However - they gladly took my money!! I would expect a lot more from a rather expensive accommodation.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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$160 - $170 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United StatesMississippiNatchez
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Brandon Hall Plantation
Which popular attractions are close to Brandon Hall Plantation?
Nearby attractions include Emerald Mound (1.4 miles), Historic Jefferson College (3.5 miles), and Natchez State Park (3.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Brandon Hall Plantation?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Brandon Hall Plantation?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Brandon Hall Plantation?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Brandon Hall Plantation?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Historic Jefferson College (3.5 miles).
Is Brandon Hall Plantation accessible?
Yes, it offers reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.