Outstanding for antebellum architecture in the style of a Greek temple and rare pocket doors with ornamental glasswork, this unique house was built by David Stanton, whose brother built world-famous Stanton Hall. Acquired in 1877 by the present owner's great-grandparents and now on the National Register, it won the Historic Natchez Foundation's 2003 Restoration Award. Accommodations include the Master Bedroom or a Cottage. Offerings include a full Southern breakfast, complimentary wine with live classical piano music, and billiards. Guests receive a discount in Stone Gallery of Antique Maps, all found in one convenient location in the Downtown Historic District!
4.8 on June 16, 2013
I took my two granddaughters for an "overnight" to Natchez. They are only 12 and 9 and thoroughly enjoyed their time there. We stayed in the master bedroom at the Stone House and everyone loved it. Breakfast was delicious!! I recommend this bed and breakfast to all. Small, intimate, lovely.
4.8 on April 25, 2013
It was the perfect getaway weekend and a most gracious host. The music concert, the accommodations, a wonderful breakfast, and the tour of maps made for an exceptional experience.
4.8 on April 25, 2013
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay with Mr. Stone! The hospitality was excellent. Breakfast was wonderful, served with good hot coffee ( a must for me!) and a delightful menu both well presented and served in manner that created a sense of warmth and style. The late afternoon music performance was not only well performed but carefully planned to please those with musical background and those less so. We highly recommend the Stone House. Becky and Don , Olathe, Colorado
5 on January 17, 2013
My son stayed at this B&B last August and recommended it to us. We decided to take a day trip up to Natchez to visit. Although we had seen reviews and had a personal recommendation, our expectations for the visit were absolutely exceeded. The house was beautifully restored with lots of antiques and art. The breakfast was excellent. We aren't very knowledgeable about classical music. But, the music program was both beautiful and amazing - We felt like we had spent an hour in a music appreciation course only with wine and good company. After breakfast Joe gave us a wonderful tour complete with the history of the house and his family. His collection of historical maps is also unique and is worth the trip. We highly recommend this B&B - We plan to return soon and bring friends.
4.4 on November 12, 2012
The room was large, and furnished with exquisite taste. The owner was friendly and informative. The breakfast was outstanding. The house was filled with fascinating and beautiful objects. The piano recital by the owner was superior. In other words a wonderful stay in an unforgettable city.
Mississippi River nearby., State of Louisiana across bridge., Downtown, Small town, Wine country
Baton Rouge, LA (BTR-Baton Rouge Metro Ryan Fla.) 85 miles
From the Baton Rouge Airport take US 61 North to Natchez.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Largest collection of antebellum homes in America, Second largest Indian burial mound in N.A., Annual hot air balloon race in October, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn, Guest Cottage, Bed and Breakfast
Conference Rooms, Library, Piano
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Complimentary wine, Billiards, Gallery of antique maps, prints, books, etc., Live classical piano music, Live classical piano music
Your host is a conservatory trained musician who spent 25 years in New York City performing classical music and contemporary 'serious' music. His last few years in New York he worked in computer networking at Bloomberg Financial Markets. His current interests include dealing rare maps, prints, books and other arts.