Circa 1830 Cedar Grove Plantation is a fine example of an historic "working plantation". Cedar Grove is situated on 160 acres of nature trails, forest, ponds, and fields once farmed by the Sharp family. Relaxation is a gaurantee. We have 4 rooms available in the historic "L-shaped building" near the main house that was once the original school house and carriage house. The main floor of the house is open to visitors. A full "southern" breakfast will be served in the main house. We offer the perfect weekend getaway. Located 11 miles from downtown Natchez.
4.8 on October 17, 2011
Our stay at Cedar Grove was a very pleasurable experience. The grounds were beautiful and the hospitality and dining was excellent. I highly recommend visiting Cedar Grove Plantation when in the Natchez area.
5 on October 16, 2011
Everything about our stay at Cedar Grove Plantation was absolutely fantastic!! It could not have been better! The history was very interesting, the breakfast was one of the best ever, the property was gorgeous, and the rooms were very comfortable. What more can you ask for? Lyda and Charles Jordan are a very "down- to- earth" and hospitable couple. They make sure everything is just right for their guests. I would recommend Cedar Grove to anyone!!
5 on May 26, 2011
If you want the true feel of Southern Hospitality and want to not only see but feel the charm of the Old South this is the place to go. Lyda & Charles Jordan have done an excellent job of keeping this antebellum plantation built in the early 1800’s true to its roots. The rooms are located in the original Carriage House and decorated with period antiques but with all the conveniences of home. All rooms adjoin the large courtyard and swimming pool/hot tub area, where Lyda offers a relaxing glass of wine, or take a swim or unwind in the hot tub. I was pleasantly surprised when I was invited to join the family for dinner, where Lyda prepared a delicious meal of venison, rice and gravy, fried okra and macaroni & cheese and her signature sweet tea. After dinner I took a walk around the grounds and enjoyed the cedar, live oak and magnolia trees and antique roses. As an added bonus I got to see a nesting pair of Pileated Woodpeckers. After a great night’s sleep, Lyda prepared a delicious breakfast of bacon, scrambled eggs, grits and biscuits, coffee & juice. This is a “don’t miss” if you want to be immersed and experience the history of the area. I’ll definitely be back again.
Baton Rouge, LA (BTR-Baton Rouge Metro Ryan Fla.)
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Nature area, River
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV