The Guest House Mansion

Historic Inn

The Guest House Restaurant


201 N. Pearl Street, Natchez

Mediter​ranean &

       Cajun Cuisine         

 Breakfast 8-10 (Monday-Saturday)

Sunday Breakfast 8-10:30 

Lunch 11-2 (Monday-Saturday)

Dinner 4:30-8:30 (Monday-Saturday)

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Your Safety and Covid-19

Rest assured knowing that we have adopted additional safety measures applicable to our inn and restaurant in response to the present pandemic.  Those measures include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • all staff members are required to wear masks and gloves while preparing or handling food and beverages
  • all staff members are required to don a mask and gloves before entering any guestroom whether or not guests are present
  • routine housekeeping includes wiping all commonly touched surfaces with a disinfectant such as door knobs, light switches, faucets, TV remotes, hairdryer, handrails, desktops, etc.
  • while guests have always had individual tables for dining, our tables have been re-positioned to maximize social distancing and occupancy levels in the dining room, bar, and courtyard have been limited
  • all employees are required to practice social distancing, wash hands regularly, and stay home when having any fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing, or other illness.
  • hand sanitizing stations have been installed for convenient use by staff and guests 

Our practices and procedures are designed for the safety of your family and ours as The Guest House Mansion is our family's home away from home in Natchez.        

               Sean, Rachel & Madison Casey

All the Charm and Coziness of a Bed & Breakfast

with the Privacy and Conveniences of a Fine Hotel


Why Choose The Guest House Historic Mansion?

  • Authentic:  Stay "IN" a Historic  Property Rather than Simply on the Grounds of One
  • Service: Top Hotel (#1) in Natchez as Rated by Guests on TripAdvisor
  • Location: Most Central in Town; See Any Map or  Location Rankings at Booking or Expedia
  • Great Atmosphere: Elegant Interior, French Quarter Style Courtyards, Expansive Porches
  • Smoke Free & Pet Free Environment: No Pets and No Smoking in the Mansion
  • Freshly Cooked Breakfast: Order What You Like from Your Own Table When You are Ready
  • Parking:  Convenient and Free
  • Wi-Fi:  High Speed and Complimentary
  • Private Bath: with Tub/Shower, Ironing Board, TV, Hair Dryer, and Daily Housekeeping​
  • Restaurant & Bar:  On Site and Serving Breakfast Every Morning (complimentary), Lunch (except Sunday), and Dinner (except Sunday)


The grand mansion you see today was originally constructed as a modest, one-and-a-half story, Greek Revival townhouse built for Samuel and Jane Newman around 1840. They purchased the property for $1,000. Samuel Newman was the grandson of Samuel Brooks, the first mayor of Natchez.  Mr. Newman served as sheriff of Adams County before relocating to New Orleans in 1853. 

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