Brandon Hall Plantation Bed and Breakfast - Natchez, MS

Formally a working cotton plantation, Brandon Hall Plantation is located adjacent to the scenic Natchez Trace less than 10 miles north of downtown Natchez, Mississippi.

This historic landmark is nestled in a secluded park like setting with rolling hills, native plants, beautiful gardens and a stocked pond.

The land on which Brandon Hall now stands first passed into private ownership as a royal grant from the Spanish King Carlos III in 1788. In 1853, Gerard Brandon III, who was the son of an early Governor of Mississippi and the grandson of a Revolutionary War hero, and his wife Charlotte began construction of Brandon Hall which was completed in 1856.

In 1987, Brandon Hall was completely renovated and restored perfectly duplicating the original construction.

Today, Brandon Hall Plantation Bed and Breakfast offers overnight accommodations for those seeking a relaxing weekend getaway, a convenient location for a Natchez Trace bike trip, or visiting nearby Natchez.

Brandon Hall is one of the tour homes on the Natchez Fall Pilgrimage of Antebellum Homes held during early to mid October.

  • $125-$250 (weekday)
    $150-$375 (weekend)
  • Full southern breakfast
  • Children age 12+ in the main house. Children, of any age, may stay in the cottage.
  • No pets.
  • May lock their bicycles in a storage room.


Contact Brandon Hall Plantation Bed & Breakfast

  • Innkeeper - Mike Colcote
  • Phone - 601.304.1040
  • Website with Room Availability -
    Receive a 10% Discount when booking online - under Special Rates enter NTT10 as the Promotional Code

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