Out of all the hotels we had booked for our holiday, this one I was sure was rock solid, great reviews and web site. The room was fabulous with lots of sumptous fabrics and old world charm, and a wonderful grand bed which was extremely comfortable. The building was charming and despite all those stairs we felt rather privelidged to stay in such a place. The reception staff very friendly and helpful and the food quite simply to die for. It was all going so well, then come 9.15p.m. the waitresss pressed us to order desserts, one of us was still eating our main course! After that we felt hurried and that we weren't wanted there, so we bolted our desserts, skipped coffee and dragged our very full up bodies down to the bar (with our wine) where to be honest didn't fare much better. The bar shut at 10.00p.m and the bar tender clearly didn't want to serve drinks at 9.45 either, so after sinking into their very comfy chairs for a while we took ourselves back to our room feeling rather irritated and bloated, it's a shame that after a lovely meal we didn't get to savour it, so hence the 3 out of 5, I suppose it was just unlucky, at $235 it certainly was.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on 40 acres of woodlands and terraced lawns in the heart of Natchez, Dunleith is the perfect retreat for both business and pleasure trips. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dunleith Plantation Hotel Natchez