Rising Sun B&B is in downtown Natchez, within 2 blocks of Main Street and close to restaurants, antique shops, boutiques, and attractions. Newly restored in 2010, Rising Sun B&B is an upscale guest house with unique jade and ivory art throughout. Two guest rooms provide such amenities as microwave, refrigerator with juices and snacks, wide screen satellite TV with DVD player, and wireless internet access.Large closets with one room having a walk in closet We provide three choices for breakfast; a Full Breakfast at the famous Eola Hotel, Dunleith Antebellum Mansion, or Natchez Coffee Company, all of which are short distances from Rising Sun, or a Light Breakfast of cereals, milk, and juices provided in your room. Horse-drawn carriages pass in front of the house on their way to beautiful historic homes. Blossoming Crape Myrtles line Pearl Street, a beautiful site in Summer months.
Our plush, spacious Regal room offers a Queen size bed with antique vanity and secretary (writing desk), 2 closets and sitting area. There's a full private bath, private balcony, large flat-screen TV,dvd,wireless internet, steam iron, ironing board,refrigerator, microwave and coffee pot.There is complimentary water,coffee, cereals,milk, juices, soft drinks,chips and snacks.Beer and wine is available on the premises.
Our Ivory Room is appointed in cream colors, with Queen bed and high qulity linens and bedding and a private jacuzzi bath and a large walk in closet. A remote controlled gas fireplace keeps you warm on cold nights. Flat-screen TV with satellite connection,dvd, wifi,writng desk,steam iron, ironing board, microwave, refrigerator, and coffee pot are included as amenities.There is complimentary water,coffee,juices, soft drinks,milk,cereals,and snacks.Beer and wine is available on the premises.
5 on October 20, 2013
What a wonderful place to stay in Natchez. Our courteous and gracious host Dr., Turk and his manager Bill made our stay very delightful. They shared the history of the house, beautiful jade and ivory collections and Natchez history with us as if we were family. My only disappointment is that we were only able to stay for one day. Should we return to Natchez we will definitely stay here again. This is a beautifully restored home and well worth your time to visit if you are looking for accommodations in Natchez. Thank-You for sharing with us. Ted and Taunya L.
5 on July 25, 2013
We cannot express enough our positively, WONDERFUL stay at this beautiful home. Dr. Turk was very gracious in meeting us and sharing some stories of his collection of jade and ivory. The manager, Joan, was also very accommodating in telling us about all the amenities and answering any of our questions. The house was immaculate and very clean. The bedding was sumptuous and comfortable and the room snacks were an unexpected treat. We cannot wait to return as soon as we can!
5 on July 12, 2013
Truly a refreshing beautiful home. The owner makes this 5 star BnB a delightful stay. The history and charm of the Ivory collection is 2nd to none. Is truly representative of Natchez.Grace and Pride.
4.6 on June 20, 2013
We stayed in the Ivory room. The room was very nice and the bed was EXTRA comfy! Wish we could have stayed longer but it was long enough to relax for the day.
4.4 on June 10, 2013
We stayed at the Rising Sun for two nights during my mother's family reunion in May. This house has two beautifully furnished rooms available for rental. We stayed in the larger of the two. Normally they do not accomodate children, but Mr. Turk kindly made an exception for our ten year old daughter since we agreed to bring an air matress for her to sleep on. Once we checked in, we were left alone with a cell number to contact our host if need be, which suited us fine. For breakfast you are given a choice of the Eola Hotel or the Castle Restaurant at Dunlieth. Since we were there for two mornings we tried both. We wished we had chosen the Castle for both, the quality was much higher. The room was clean and comfortable. Our only complaint was that the snacks left in the room were very stale. Obviosly they haven't bothered re-stocking the snack cabinet and quite a while. Over-all I'd say we would stay there again. Very nice room for the price.
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Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Festivals throughout year, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi