Hope Farm

Once the home of the Spanish Governor, Hope Farm was built in the 1770's and rests on 15 acres in the Historic District of Natchez. Hope Farm was also the home of Mrs. Katherine Grafton Miller, who was the founder of the famed Natchez Pilgrimage. The four guest bedrooms are filled with exquisite four-poster beds with draped testers. As an overnight guest at Hope Farm, you will be treated to a private tour of the home and its unforgettable treasures.
  • Full Southern Breakfast.
  • Accommodations Available Year-round.
  • One-of-a-kind Antiques.
  • Large Front and Back Galleries.
  • Home of the First Spanish Governor of the Territory.

Rates: $135/night plus tax.
147 Homochitto St.
601.445.4848
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Friday July 1, 2016