In Natchez of all places it just has to be an historic B & B. We stayed at the impressive-looking The Burn for 2 nights in April during this year's Spring Pilgrimage. Unlike previous reviewers we did not meet the owners but were well looked after by their staff. We and a friend had the Laura and the Ernestine rooms, both very spacious and furnished to the style of the house. There was a shared balcony between us overlooking the delightful courtyard garden. The grounds are lovely and the swimming pool must be a godsend in the summer. The house is in a quiet part of town but convenient for sightseeing. Wine was served late afternoon prior to a tour of the house. Breakfast, at the fixed time of 8.30am, was very good (though this Brit can't quite develop a taste for grits at breakfast). We dine well at the King's Tavern and at Biscuits & Blues. Natchez was surprisingly quiet given it was Spring Pilgrimage time. It was a great experience to visit so many of the houses and staying at The Burn was the icing on the cake.
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