For my husband's birthday we decided to get away for the weekend to a B&B in Natchez. Our anniversary was only 10 days later so we chose a Bed and Breakfast. Natchez is a city with SO much charm. So many neat shops on Main Street, carriage rides, and fabulous restaurants. The Burn is beautiful, and like many homes in Natchez had so much history to tell. We ate Friday night at the Castle Restaurant which is on Dunleith's propery( another beautiful plantation home where you can stay also). The atmosphere at the Castle was great. They gave us a special table for our anniversary. I loved the red fish, but my husband wasn't pleased with his steak ( I liked it too!). Saturday we strolled downtown and did some shopping. We toured a couple of homes: Stanton Hall and Longwood. I recommend both. We ate lunch at Cotton Alley Cafe and brought back take out from Planet Thailand Saturday night. We went to Mass Sunday 10am at St. Mary's Basilica. This is a must see in Natchez. The church is usually open during the day for visitors to admire it's beauty. We ate lunch on our way out of Natchez under the hill at Magnolia Grill. Miss Nell, our hostess, at The Burn is truly a sweet lady and gives a great tour of the home. Breakfast each morning was wonderful as well! The beds are so comfortable. We stayed in the Lucy Room-the only room in the original home. The owners live upstairs, but were out of town this weekend. There is so much more to do in Natchez that we will return! Next time we'd like to drive up Hwy 61 to eat at Mr. D's-home of the world's best fried chicken, drive through Rodney, and see Windsor Ruins.
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