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. Year 2017 marks 140 years the property has been in the Stone family. 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 December 18, 2017
My wife took me to Stone House for my 74th birthday and we had a wonderful time. Breakfast was wonderful. Joe is a gracious and well informed host as well as a remarkable pianist. We really enjoyed the concert on Friday evening.
5 on May 11, 2014
Joseph Stone is a wonderful host. His knowledge of his family home, coupled with the extensive pictures, memorabilia and the house itself made for an excellent time. We truely enjoyed his piano concert and breakfast the next morning was fabulous. Natchez is a wonderful little time capsule of a town. We look forward to staying with Joseph again.
5 on May 06, 2014
Joe is a wonderful host! Loved breakfasts, concert and our own cottage for 2 nights. Highly recommend this B and B!
5 on March 04, 2014
Stone House is the only way to really experience the Antebellum charm of Natchez. You stay in an antebellum home surrounded by antebellum furnishings with a host who has all of the charms of a southern gentleman. The breakfasts are elegantly served on the best china and the food is delicious. Best of all, our host delighted us with a concert of piano creations from the 19th century. We were sorry to leave and can't wait to come back.
5 on February 09, 2014
Joe Stone was an excellent host! Couldn't have been any better. Our stay in the cottage was first class. Well we're treated with a superb musical program by Joe as well as a excellent southern style breakfast. We appreciated his passion for keeping musical talent and his family history alive. Recommend the J. N. Stone House to any wanting a taste of Southern Hospitality. M&M Pratt Jensen UT
5 on January 04, 2014
If you want a unique experience at an antebellum home do not miss the J.N. Stone House Musicale B&B. The rooms are well appointed with antiques and unique historical items. The Stone history and contribution to Natchez adds to your enjoyment of your stay. Joe, a professional musician, will educate and delight you with his piano concert. A must event if you are in Natchez no matter where you stay. The fine breakfast is served by your host. We meet interesting people at both the concert and the breakfast. We will be back to this beautiful city.
5 on December 21, 2013
My husband and I were in town for a conference during the spring, our stay at this B&B was the highlight by far. While my husband was busy most of the weekend, I thoroughly loved looking around the house and taking in all of the history. The music room, pool hall, and dining room were beautifully decorated - we both enjoyed the breakfast tremendously (the Limoges china was beautiful and the food was fantastic). Even though we had a function that made us miss the concert, Mr. Stone played a few songs for me before our visit was done. I think his playing, along with the beauty of the house, made it a trip to remember! I would (and have) reccomend this B&B to anyone who is looking for a great getaway and a home that has been preserved beautifully!
5 on November 09, 2013
Natchez is a great place to visit and there are many choices for places to stay but hands down The Stone House is the only one worth staying at. If you are fan of history, classic charm, wonderful food, and impeccable service, this is the place for you. The owner, Joe Stone, helped make our anniversary a wonderful experience. If you are there for his weekly piano concerts, be sure not to miss it. We will be back, thank you.
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.
A 400 square-foot room with 13-foot ceiling privately situated at the front of the house. Private bath with large step-in shower with sliding glass doors. Three beds: a queen-size half-tester bed and two single beds. Free wireless DSL Internet access. Antique furnishings include the New Orleans rosewood half-tester bed, Cincinnati cherry and rosewood armoire, French rosewood lit du coin, Rococo marble-top dresser, Rococo marble-top washstand, ebonized prie-Dieu, Classical rope-leg mahogany table, four Empire mahogany chairs, an Austrian Rococo bedside cabinet, a pair of rosewood rococo marble-top bedside commodes from Samuel Stanton original to the house, a large rosewood classical couch original to the Stone family, authentic rare bird prints including a first edition double-elephant folio Audubon, and a Renaissance Revival gilded mantel mirror. Huge 65" wall-mounted flat-panel cable TV and a digital clock-radio.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $149
Nightly Rate: $149 - $149
A 450 square-foot, 2 bedroom cottage with 9-foot ceiling, with porch connection to main house. One private bath with large step-in shower and sliding glass doors. The cottage is booked to only one party at a time as 'one unit'. The front bedroom is furnished with a queen-size tester bed, bedside tables, a settee, table and two chairs, a Rococo rosewood armoire with full mirrored door, a Victorian marble-top dresser, wall-mounted flat-panel cable TV and a digital clock-radio, has front door entrance to the private front porch. The back bedroom is furnished with a circa 1850 full-size rosewood Rococo bed, bedside tables, a small antique chest of drawers and mahogany armoire with full mirrored door, two chairs and table, and wall-mounted flat-panel cable TV and a digital clock-radio. Side foyer furnished with a piano and small refrigerator, with the entrance to the bathroom and a second private entrance that leads to spacious sun deck and private off-street parking.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $149
Nightly Rate: $149 - $149
Mississippi River nearby., State of Louisiana across bridge., Downtown, Small town, Wine country
Baton Rouge, LA (BTR-Baton Rouge Metro Ryan Fla.) 85 miles
Natchez is reached by US 61 North/South, US 84 East/West. It is about 85 Miles from Alexandria, LA; 90 miles from Baton Rouge, LA; 110 miles from Jackson, MS; 150 miles from New Orleans, LA; or 250 miles from Memphis, TN. Stone House is in the Downtown Historic District 7 blocks from the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River, with a panoramic view of Louisiana across the river.
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, Annual hot air balloon race in October, Second largest Indian burial mound in N.A., Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery
Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Historic Inn
Conference Rooms, Library, Piano , Live classical piano music, Complimentary wine, Live classical piano music, Billiards, Gallery of antique maps, prints, books, etc.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Hairdryer, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
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.