The Burn


Mr. John P. Walworth, planter, alderman, and head of state of Planters Bank, built the Burn in 1834. What appears from the front to be simply 1 1/2 tales tall is in fact a 3-story antebellum home. Considering that 1978 this historical residence has actually been just one of the finest bed and breakfasts in Natchez, and it continues to be a main tourist attraction for site visitors who search for comfortable accommodations in a silent, attractive atmosphere.

Part of what makes The Burn a premier vacation location is their landscapes. A shaded patio ignores a two-acre garden, as well as brick pathways give way to camellias, azaleas, dogwoods, as well as lots of quiet area. The waters of a complete sized swimming pool mobilize one to take a trendy, comforting dip prior to dinner.

The Burn currently has 5 guestrooms where to choose. All have their own personal bathrooms and cable TV, with access to wireless Web and also an elegant, full-size pool.

An enchanting solitary bed matches the ornate queen bed. There’s plenty of living room in The Lucy Room, and because it’s in the main residence, it’s the closest to morning meal! This guest space features a clothing room and bath with a shower over the tub.

The Douglas Area is a good-looking, silent, yard level area that flaunts a queen-size bed. The area opens to the outdoors protected brick patio and also a personal yard with fountain. Make your means to breakfast, the gardens and also pool in just a couple of steps.

The extremely luxuriant economy size bed is the highlight of Laura’s Area, which shares the upper flooring with Ernestine. There’s a huge bathroom with a shower over the bathtub. This holiday accommodation additionally opens to the protected balcony that forgets our private courtyard.

Clara’s Area, like The Douglas Room, gets on the very beginning. It’s large enough to hold a really comfortable king size bed. The home windows watch out over the garden, and the room open up to the protected patio area as well as exclusive yard.