Bisland House

Bisland House is a Colonial Revival home built in 1904 for Hulda Rawle Bisland, the granddaughter of Frederick Stanton of Stanton Hall.  This historic home features 3 tastefully decorated rooms, all with private baths and period antiques.  Easy walking distance to downtown Natchez's Main St. and the scenic Mississippi River Bluffs. 
  • Full Southern-style breakfast served in the Dining Room
  • Satellite TV and in-room wireless internet
  • Complimentary Beverages and early morning coffee/tea
  • Guests Have Full Use of Parlor
  • Smoke-free Accommodations
  • Children Welcome
Rates: $120-$160, $30 for each person over double occupancy, plus tax.
404 S. Commerce St.
Saturday November 28, 2015