Welcome to the Natchez Historic Inn, Natchez, Mississippi

Sixteen exquisitely appointed
and furnished guest rooms

. . . in the center of the oldest
settlement on the Mississippi River

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Natchez, the oldest continuous settlement on the Mississippi River, became the first capital of the Mississippi Territory in 1798. Upper Natchez, platted high along the bluffs of the Mississippi in 1790, became widely known for its exquisite mansions and, outside of New York, was the home to the greatest number of millionaires in the United States prior to the Civil War. It existed in stark contrast to lower Natchez which developed along the banks of the Mississippi and was comprised primarily of prostitutes, smugglers, transients and fugitives. Today, Natchez boasts one of the largest collections of antebellum homes in the country and offers visitors a destination rich in history and southern hospitality.

 


201 N. Pearl Street, Natchez Mississippi (MS) 39120
(866) 445-3652
 

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