The Guest House is our home away from home in Natchez.  

It is our goal to make all of our guests feel at home as well.

                                                                                    Sean, Rachel, and Madison Casey

As our guest, you will enjoy...

  • Complimentary Breakfast - full, freshly cooked, southern style
  • Free Parking - side street and off street parking in our private lot
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Three interior sitting areas
  • A French Quarter style courtyard with fountains
  • Massive porches
  • Private Bathroom with tub/shower combo
  • All guest rooms include: ironing board, flat screen TV, hair dryer, alarm clock
  • Daily housekeeping


The Guest House was originally a one-and-a-half story Greek Revival townhouse built for Samuel and Jane Newman around 1840. They purchased the property for $1,000. Samuel B. Newman was the grandson of Samuel Brooks, the first mayor of Natchez. Newman was a Natchez Merchant who founded the business establishment of Stockman and Newman. He also served as sheriff of Adams County before relocating to 

New Orleans in 1853. 

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