Come and relax in our ten color vibrantly painted Bed and Breakfast. We promise to pamper you!
5 on April 17, 2015
A Painted Lady is beautifully furnished and represents the true essence of Columbus very well. Jennifer is a wonderful hostess and has not left a single detail unaddressed. Her breakfasts are out of this world good - organic yogurt and strawberries, followed by the best eggs benedict I've ever had in my mouth, and spinach quiche on the second day. And there are also always delicious homemade sweets left out for snacks at all times - Mississippi Mud brownies, blueberry scones, cookies, etc. A Painted Lady is only a two block (very safe) walk to the main downtown area were you have a choice of several good restaurants for dinner or lunch dining. Treat yourself. Stay at A Painted Lady in Columbus. You will not be disappointed.
5 on April 02, 2015
We took our daughter to visit MSU for the weekend. She was staying with a friend in one of the dorms so we stayed at the Painted Lady. This B&B is just like stepping back into time. It was easy to tell that the interior decorating was done with great care and passion. We enjoyed our stay and will stay again when we visit for one of the Columbus Pilgramages.
5 on June 03, 2014
Our two day stay with Jennifer in her lovely Victorian-style B&B was wonderful. Our room - the library - is well appointed with heirlooms and up-to-date technology. The breakfasts were delicious and Jennifer was very attentive to dietary preferences. The home is locate with easy access to downtown Columbus and some very pleasing restaurants. We were so pleased that my wife is returning the autumn with her sisters and their daughters.
5 on May 03, 2014
My husband and I stayed at the Painted Lady on our wedding night. We didn't get there until around 1:30 in the morning, but it didn't matter. Jennifer had everything ready for us and it was perfect! The room was great, breakfast was divine. We could not have asked for a better experience. We will definitely be back and we will recommend the Painted Lady to all of our friends and family!
5 on March 09, 2014
My husband and I were visiting my hometown for a short visit. The Painted Lady was such a nice retreat with lovely antiques and amenities, very comfortable bed, delicious breakfast and within easy walking distance of MUW and good cuisine. It will be fun to return!
5 on December 03, 2013
We were in town for a ball game and decided to try this B & B. We couldn't have been more pleased. The house is charming and sparkling clean. Jennifer, the inn keeper, was wonderful, providing information about the house and the town. Breakfast was very good we were especially delighted to find a homemade delicious coconut chess pie for our night time snack. The rooms has very comfy beds and all possible amenities. A refrigerator of drinks and ice, as well as a kureig coffee maker is available for guests. We will definitely return.
3.6 on October 20, 2013
I had the most enjoyable stay at The Painted Lady in October of this year. The 1890 home was just like a museum. Every time I looked at a room I saw something different, It had so many interesting displays I was amazed! The section of town was lovely. It was easy walking to other fine homes and the free breakfast each morning was grand. The business district was just a 2 block walk away, and the restaurants that were recommended were fine indeed. I had a great time and the hostess was charming!
4.8 on October 13, 2013
My husband and I had the wonderful good luck to stay at A Painted Lady in September of 2013. It was our first time to stay at a bed and breakfast, and we were so fortunate to have picked A Painted Lady. True Southern Charm! Jennifer is the perfect Southern Lady and offers much talked about Southern Hospitality at it's best. I would highly recommend a stay at this establishment if you want to go back in time to a much gentler time. Wonderful!! Kentucky Woman
5 on September 29, 2013
Jennifer is an amazing host at this sweet bed and breakfast. She goes above and beyond to make sure you are comfortable and experiencing some true southern charm. This is a hidden gem and you would be missing out if you skipped it!
5 on August 17, 2013
This is my second Valentine's Star at A Painted Lady and I absolutely loved it! The room was gorgeous and the breakfast was the best ever had!
Located downstairs the Library suite is very luxurious and comfortable. Beautiful antique rugs,a bookcase full of antique books,couch, velvet chairs, antique clocks, sparkling prism lamps, lush velvet curtains and a huge plasma tv. This room has a Keurig coffee and tea maker,stocked mini frig,gas fireplace, en suite bathroom. The bedroom has a luxury king bed,fireplace mantel with flickering candles, velvet curtains, dressing table, tv in bedroom, sumptious sheets, extra pillows on bed,bookcase in room for readers and robes. This room is sure to please the most discriminating traveler.
Nightly Rate: $249 - $249
Named after the first lady of the house who loved roses and pink! This room has a delicate pink wallpaper , rich chocolate brown rug and a ivory silk French canopy over the bed. The 46"LCD tv is hidden behind a French case. It has a Chinese Chippendale settee with a reading lamp,chest of drawers, free WIFI, black marble mantel, dimmer switches, iron and ironing board. The bathroom has a dressing table with a mirror, large clawfoot tub with overhead shower , Gilchrist and Soames toiletries,and egyptian cotton towels. This room has use of the upstairs stocked refrigerator, Keurig coffee and tea and sitting porch.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $199
Named after the second wife of Mr Burris, this room is very elegant. It has gilded tan and gold wallpapers, rich velvet curtains, black needlepoint rug and a victorian settee. It has a small walking porch where the door can be opened and let the breeze in. An oak armoire houses a 32"tv with cable and free WIFI. This room also has a oak writing desk,chest of drawers,coffee table, tall oak bed with reading light. The bathroom is the smallest of the three and has a walk inshower and marble English basin. Gilchrist and Soames toiletries provided.
Nightly Rate: $199 - $199
Historic district, corner, 5th street, City, Downtown, Small town
Columbus, MS (GTR-Golden Triangle) 12 miles
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Columbus Air Force Base, Columbus Pilgrimage, Market Street Festival, Tennessee Williams Festival, Welcome Center, Birth, Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterplace, MUW, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Air conditioning, CD player, Piano, Wedding Facilities , Gilchrist and Soames English toiletries, Complimentary soda, water, snacks, Porches, rocking chairs, water fountains, Robes, slippers, Candlelight gourmet breakfast, Vegan, garden, fresh whole foods offered.
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, DVD Player, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Videos, Wet bar, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Fishing, museums, museums, museums, museums, museums, museums, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian High Tea
Sausage grits casserole
Try our sausage grits casserole. It has sausage, farmers market eggs,cheddar cheese,milk, grits of course. We have converted many none grit eating people to this savory casserole. It's baked to perfection and served with baked parmeson tomatoes and country biscuits.Say cheese!