Bed & Breakfast
This elegant, 1850's Greek-Revival cottage is situated on 10 acres near historic downtown. The gardens are picture perfect, and available for tours, weddings and parties. Sunnyside is the hidden gem you've been looking for!
A full breakfast is served each and every morning
A Grand Piano is provided either for your listening or playing pleasure.
Feel free to wander our 10 acres of gardens which are Certified as a Wildlife Habitat and a member of the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail.
Each of our suites have their own private bath.
Wifi is provided free of charge
for our guests
Natchez's largest private library awaits your reading pleasure.
Step into the world that is Sunnyside
SOME PLACES TO SEE IN NATCHEZ
Old South Winery Tour
It may seem a little unusual to be touting a winery as an attraction in the deep South, but it does exist and it is indeed something to experience. The winery is run by the Galbreath family and the wines are created from Muscadines (an American grape with a European name), grown in a vineyard right outside the facilities back door. After you take the 20 minute tour, the staff will pour you a small sample of each of the products they create from their grapes, so you can see what a treat they really are. The local favorite is a rose' labeled Miss Scarlet.
Bridge of Sighs
There is arguably no better view of the Mississippi River anywhere in the lower river valley than the one you get from the Natchez Bluff, but scenic rambles along the clifftop have long been cut short by the absence of a footbridge spanning Roth’s Hill Road, the steep extension of Main Street. Now thanks to the efforts of the Natchez Community Alliance, a handsome pedestrian bridge connects the two sections of Natchez’s bluff-top Historic Spanish Promenade.
Natchez National Historical Park
Natchez National Historical Park tells the story of Natchez in the American South. The park protects the sites and structures associated with the peoples of Natchez and its surrounding area from earliest inhabitants to the modern era. The name Natchez is derived from the "Natchez" American Indians who inhabited the area at the time of European exploration.
Tours, Trips & Shuttle Service
Let me show you the charm and history of Natchez, MS., when you come for a quick visit or stay a spell. Nothing matches Natchez!
Under The Hill
Nineteenth century Natchez, in a sense, was a city with a split personality. There was Natchez proper and Natchez improper. Natchez proper was the town on top of the bluff; Natchez improper was the boat landing beneath the bluff on the bank of the Mississippi.
Known as Natchez Under-the-Hill, this area of Natchez was described by numerous nineteenth-century travelers as one of the rowdiest ports on the Mississippi River. Here docked the keelboats and the flatboats, and, beginning in 1811, the steamboats.
Horse-drawn carriages ranging in size from 6 to 10 passengers depart the corner of Canal and State Streets daily, from 10:00 am until dark, on a first-come basis. These tours last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour through the historic district and the narration points out buildings and areas of historic significance. Arrangements can be made for weddings, or specialty after-hour tours. Tickets may be purchased at the Visitor Center or from the carriage drivers.
“Great atmosphere! Beautiful antique decor. The owner has great history of the place and is very hospitable. Recommend this Stay for people who love antiques, simpleness, and peace and quiet”