Built as the Walworth family home in 1834, The Burn was headquarters for an occupying Union army and hospital during the Civil War. 5 spacious guest rooms offer comfort, private baths, cable TV, and wireless internet. Guests have full access to the pool and gardens. A full breakfast and tour of the home are included. Historic Natchez attractions, shopping, antiques, and restaurants are all close by. A wonderful panorama of the Mississippi River is seen from the 200-foot bluff, or go "Under-The-Hill" to get a close-up of the Mighty Muddy.
3.4 on August 22, 2013
We like very much the house and the beautiful pool, even with few chairs but nobody use it during our stay. However the breakfast was below the standard in the B&B in the USA, very good but very light, with no yogurt, no bread, jam served like in Holiday inn
5 on June 17, 2013
Just spent a week at the wonderful Burn. My girlfriend and I always take a summer road trip and chose Natchez for this summer. I decided to include my 13 year old granddaughter and her best friend. We couldn't ask for a better place to stay! Nell was a gracious and accommodating hostess. The room was great (Lucy), the pool refreshing and the food delicious. Thanks for making us feel at home!!!
4.0 on May 09, 2013
Lucky us to experience "The Burn" as our very first Bed & Breakfast visit. Nell welcomed us and we knew we were where we needed to be. The room, the tour, the breakfast and the gracious Nell gave us much to share with others. We will be back and we will bring company with us.
5 on March 01, 2013
Southern living at its finest. Nothing compares to The Burn Experience! A true class act: beautifully kept grounds, pristine house, wonderful service, and tasty southern cooking. Will return in the future without a doubt!
4.0 on March 15, 2012
Stayed here during Spring pilgrimage. I had read the book about the house and enjoyed the tour and the actual photos of the original owners in the home. The staff was very attentive and helpful. The gardens are beautiful in the Spring. The other guests were very friendly. The only comment is that parking is a little limited especially during pilgrimage when the house is on tour. Is a good location as it is right in town. Would return there.
Baton Rouge, LA (BTR-Baton Rouge Metro Ryan Fla.) 90 miles
From Airport take 110 North to Highway 61 N. Follow 61 into Natchez. Turn left at intersection of Melrose-Montebello Parkway. Left again at John Quitman Drive, which becomes Main St. Once downtown, turn right on Union St. The Burn is several blocks down on the left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Antebellum Homes, Historic Jefferson College, Grand Village of the Natchez Indians, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hunting, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Water sports
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Piano
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Videos, Wi-Fi
Hot Southern Breakfast Served Each Morning, Antebellum Guest Rooms With Antique Furnishings, Luxury Bedding With Down Pillows And Comforters, Custom Made Glycerine Soaps, Pool,Terraced Gardens, Fountain and Courtyard, Historic Tour of The Burn Antebellum Home
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