1888 Wensel House, a restored Natchez Victorian town house, is simply and attractively furnished with antiques. Guests enjoy full use of the antique-filled parlor and dining room, where they enjoy classical music and morning papers. Fresh fruit and wine are available all day and evening. Outstanding Victorian plasterwork adorns the ceilings of both rooms. A generous plantation breakfast is served in the dining room. Our location in the heart of the historic area is perfect for walking the town and its historic neighborhoods. We are one block from the carriage rides and the bluff overlooking the river. Several museum houses are less than a few blocks away. The central intersection of town (Main & Commerce) is just five blocks away. Moderate rates coupled with complimentary food and drink make 1888 Wensel House a good value. Great big breakfasts are freshly prepared, offering eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, pancakes, biscuits, fruit and a variety of beverages. Amenities include wireless internet access, color cable TV, private adjoining baths, feather pillows as well as fiberfill, clean white cotton bedspreads. Mimi works at the local historic preservation organization where she is the executive director. Ron is the executive director emeritus. They have written articles and books on the history, architecture, and decorative arts of Natchez and its modern preservation efforts.
5 on July 19, 2016
This house was filled with friendliness and hospitality! Very clean. Food was amazing! Conveniently located in downtown. The beds were especially comfortable. Ron and Mimi were very helpful with directions, restaurant suggestions, sites to explore, etc. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Thanks, Ann G Nashville
Thanks for taking the time to post a review and for describing the things you liked. We loved having you with us for 2 nights.
5 on June 20, 2016
Always enjoy when I stay with Ron & Mimi. I am always made to feel welcome and at home. The breakfasts are beyond compare. They also know the area so well, be it something historical or the best place to go for dinner. It's the only place I stay when I an in town.
We certainly enjoy your stays with us, as well. Thanks for letting others know the things that you found helpful and thanks for coming back to stay with us repeatedly.
4.8 on May 16, 2016
The thing we remember most is the invitation to sit om the porch and enjoy a glas of cool white wine from the fridge.
We certainly appreciate your evaluation and are glad you enjoyed the complimentary wine and your time on the front porch. Many of our guests find the porch a comfortable place for their early morning coffee or a glass of wine or soft drink later in the day, especially in the spring and fall. Thanks for writing a review of our B&B.
5 on May 02, 2016
A great B & B in a great city. The room was perfect for a couple, the entire house a museum, the owners a wealth of knowledge about the city. We have stayed at B & B's in Europe and the US and this B & B is among the very best. We highly recommend this B & B to any and all who visit Natchez. It is a great value and a great place to stay.
Wow! I'm floating on air after reading your review. Thanks so much for such a wonderful account of your stay here and your recommendation to other travelers. I'm almost blushing. Many, many thanks.
4.8 on April 11, 2016
Charming B&B... 2nd stay here. Really enjoyed it!!
You are so very kind to take the time to write a review. We certainly appreciate it and also enjoy talking history with you. Thanks for returning for a second stay.
5 on November 30, 2015
Hosts were great. It was very relaxing and restful and the Milkers gave us very useful "tourist" information about Natchez.
Thank you for your sweet review and especially for your appreciation of our tour tips.
5 on November 28, 2015
Comfortable, clean, friendly and very knowledgeable hosts. Excellent location for walking around the town. Breakfast as very generous and perfectly prepared. Highly recommend. Only caveat is for those with mobility issues, as all rooms are up a fairly steep staircase.
Thank you for writing a review of our B&B. I especially like your comment about the "Excellent location for walking around the town." Thanks also for mentioning the "fairly steep staircase" so that others considering our B&B will be aware of that drawback. It is a climb of 13 feet (3 meters) from the first floor to the second floor, where all 3 guests rooms are located.
5 on November 27, 2015
Bonjour Monsieur, Un peu tard et nos excuses ! Merci de nous avoir reçus le 29 octobre dans votre jolie maison. Merci de votre accueil très chaleureux. Nous vous souhaitons de belles fêtes de Noël Marie-Benoîte et Michel Touzet
Merci d'avoir écrit un commentaire. Je suis aussi un peu en retard , mais il est dans la réponse à votre gentillesse . Qu'est-ce un grand compliment et une grande évaluation de votre séjour . Merci beaucoup. Thank you for writing a review. I am also a bit late, but it is in responding to your kindness. What a great compliment and a great evaluation of your stay. Many, many thanks.
5 on November 15, 2015
This place was amazing! Highly recommend it! Especially the owners!!!!
Wow. What a great review. We are blushing. Many, many thanks. We had a great time with you at our breakfast table.
5 on October 22, 2015
Loved staying here. Everything was perfect. The location was within walking distance of everything you want to see in Natchez. Hosts were wonderful. Would recommend to everyone!
Short but so sweet! Great review. Thanks for writing it.
Downtown, Small town
Baton Rouge, LA (BTR-Baton Rouge Metro Ryan Fla.) 88 miles
From US Highways 84/98/65 at the Mississippi River, turn north on Canal St. (by the visitor center). After 4 traffic lights, begin to cross the railroad tracks and immediately turn right into the large parking lot. If you miss the turn, go past Washington St to State St, turn right, and go around the block to the Washington St entrance to the lot.
Antique Shopping, Casino, Historical interests, Museum, Religious Services, River, Winery
Computer, Washer/dryer, Wi-Fi , Private Ajoining Bath
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Board games, Ceiling fans, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone
Bicycle riding trails, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Ron and Mimi Miller
Both innkeepers work at the local historic preservation organization, the Historic Natchez Foundation. Ron is the executive director and Mimi is the director of program services. They have written articles and books on the history, architecture, and decorative arts of Natchez and its modern preservation efforts. Ron appeared on the Natchez segments of the A&E television productions of America's Castles and BobVila's Historic Home of America. He lectures the nation on Natchez and its history.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian