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James - New Orleans, LA
September 2017

The cabin and staff were wonderful. I was impressed with the historic village, they should feature it more in their website.

Diana & Paul - Ayr, Ontario
January 2015

Quaint, interesting, rustic and very quiet! No TV, which was nice! Good breakfast. Great that it is right on the Trace! Very accommodating with our bikes.

Kevin L - Bells, TN
August 2014

Quiet, clean, comfortable, friendly, hearty breakfast, spacious, and most important to me: PET-FRIENDLY. I was VERY pleased with my stay, and I hope to return soon. We stayed in the Burford Cabin.

Kristin & David Bianconi - Knoxville, TN
July 2014

We decided at the last minute to book one night at French Camp. We and our teenaged daughter stayed in a charming cabin...very clean and well-provisioned. We enjoyed a back porch dinner at the Café and a great nights sleep. Breakfast the following morning was delicious and quick...served up by friendly neighborhood staff in a charming room with other interesting travelers. We highly recommend this as a stop or a stay.

Linda - Forest, MS
July 2014

We loved our experience at this historic location. Our cabin was clean and comfortable. Food was delicious. We are looking forward to our next visit. We were graciously welcomed by all. Thank you Summer for your help with everything!!! God Bless this community.

Kathie and Billy - Big Prairie, OH
March 2014

We were totally unprepared for what a highlight French Camp turned out to be. We stayed in the Redbud room in the guest house. The room was on the tiny side, but it was clean and quaint. The bed linens were exquisite. We stored our bicycles on the covered porch and didn't bother to lock them; we felt that safe there. Sissie took good care of us, not only upon our arrival, but making herself available to take us on a driving tour of French Camp Academy the next morning. We had hoped to partake of the steak dinner at the Council House Café on Friday night, but the kitchen had run out of steaks before it was our time to be served. No worries; the other offerings on the menu were delicious and filling. Breakfast the next morning was tasty and filling as well. We would suggest allotting at least a couple of hours to touring the historic district of French Camp as well as French Camp Academy. This is a community that exists for the school and the pride, respect, and love for the Academy is tangible.

Cindy, Megan and Abby - Colorado Springs, CO
March 2014

We loved the fact that this B & B was right off of the Natchez Trace Parkway. Our accommodations were in the Junior Cabin and appreciated that we had it all to ourselves. It is a great atmosphere and the bed linens were very nice. The breakfast of quiche, sausages and fruit was delicious. We did enjoy the French Camp Historic Village, the gift shop and the Council House Café during our stay there.

Linda and Bill - Grosse Ile, MI
May 2013

We arrived by bicycle and the ten of us thoroughly enjoyed our stay at French Camp. The food at the cafe was great--especially the desserts! We all spent time in the living room at the big cabin after dinner and it was quite comfortable, almost like being at home. Unfortunately it was a Saturday night so we did not get hot breakfast before setting out on the next day's ride (but we knew that ahead of our stay).

Mr. & Mrs. Lilly - New Albany, MS
June 2013

I gave our B&B stay as a Father's Day gift to my husband, & we had a lovely time. Our cabin was wonderful (terrific bed, pillows, Keurig coffee maker etc.)We especially loved the peace & quiet in the evening-watched fireflys & listened for Barred owls-fabulous! We brought our bikes & had a nice ride around Fr. camp & I even found some lovely treasures at the nice little thrift store & antique shop across the street. Nice volunteers were painting the exterior of the thrift shop at the time, & the color looks cheery & fresh-good job! We are innkeepers ourselves, & will most certainly be back again-thanks y'all!! :)

GT Riders - Golden Triangle, TX
April 2013

We had 12 cyclist stay here and had an awesome stay. Great cabins, great food and a nice quiet place to rest up. We really enjoyed our stay!

Chrysa and Richard - Owensville, MO
April 2013

We loved French Camp!. The accommodations were rustic, but quiet and relaxing. The cook at the main house was so kind to fix us a take along breakfast when we had to leave early to beat the rain. Thank you for a lovely stay!

Nancy and Paul - North Andover, MA
October 2012

French Camp was the only stop on our bike trip down the Trace where we ran into other cyclists. It was fun to share stories over breakfast. The accommodations in our little cabin were perfect. We especially appreciated the washer/dryer after several days on the road.

Gavin and Leila - Tel Aviv, Israel
March 2012

We loved spending one night at French Camp on the way from Memphis to Natchez. Thank you Natchez Trace B&B Reservation Service for arranging it! The lodge is a rustic wooden cabin with a lovely porch, quiet and peaceful. Our hostess was sweet and the (huge) breakfast was amazing. We took a nice walking tour of the historical area of the town the next morning, including the French Camp Academy. Highly recommended!

Jo - Littleton, CO
April 2012

French Camp B&B was such a relaxing place -- peaceful and quiet. Breakfast was wonderful and learning the history of the town was interesting.

The Millers - Nashville, TN
March 2012

We stayed in the Burford cabin for one night. We loved the cabin and wished we could have stayed another night. It was simple and cozy. The bed was comfortable and we loved that there was no TV. It was a nice place to unwind. We look forward to staying here again in the future.

Rick and Maureen B. - Atlanta, GA
February 2012

We couldn't have had a better stay! The setting was lovely and peaceful. The accomodations were comfortable and clean. The entire complex is a wonderful blend of historical ambiance with modern convenience. Best of all, everyone was friendly and helpful. It's obvious that the house is lovingly and generously tended. We'll definitely be back!

Troy - Jonesboro, AR
October 2009

Just wanted you to know we had a WONDERFUL night at the French Camp B & B. The hostess was extremely nice and the breakfast was out of this world. Our cabin was cute and warm after 8 hours on our bikes. The "Big Willie" BLT really hit the spot at the restaurrant next door that night.

Karen - Baton Route, LA
April 2009

We enjoyed being with our friends, riding in the open air in our convertibles on the beautiful Natchez Trace. We also enjoyed the restful country atmosphere at French Camp Bed and Breakfast as well as the friendly and accommodating people and BLTs 'to die for'. The grounds around the cabins were very inviting with the colorful flowers in bloom, very conducive to meditation with coffee on the front porch. A first for my husband and I was finding four-leaf clovers.

Christine and Jesse - Houston, TX
March 2009

Oh, my Gosh, we didn't just like French Camp, we loved it, and our experience wasn't just good, it was great! What a warm, wonderful community of folks, and we didn't even get to meet the students from French Camp Academy who were on Springbreak. I'm sure that interacting with the students would've added another dimension to our experience.

Our cabin was cozy and welcoming. We loved meeting Deborah and her breakfast was a treat. Great hospitality and great food - especially the creamy grits, FC bread and the biscuits with mayhaw jelly - YUM! Over breakfast we also enjoyed meeting and talking with two other couples who were driving The Trace.

One of our first stops touring FC was The Welcome Center where we met our greeter Jane. We loved meeting Jane and were moved and touched by her story. And, we loved visiting the Gift Store and seeing the offerings by local MS. artists. We loved meeting Sissie and her son and watching her work on a quilt using a French Braid technique. She was helpful and informative about the art work, who the artists were and where they were from. I bought a knitted "African Doll," a ceramic piece shaped like MS. and recipe cards with recipes from FC Cafe.

Oh, and speaking of The Café, we loved the food - brocolli salad, potato soup, sweet tea and MS. mudcake were all standouts. We shared an outdoor table and chatted with a nice couple. We loved shopping at the little thrift shop - fun finds and super-nice folks. We returned to The Welcome Center when Miss Annie's bread was ready to meet her and buy some. Visited the museum, saw the LeFleur/LeFlore carriage, and the historic house, walked all around the FC Academy. Met and visited with LeVoice, the FC groundskeeper. While at the Gift Shop we overheard someone raving about Trace Coffee from Kosciusko. Sissie told us how to get to Weir where we bought some at The Sunflower Grocery. Made a nice gift for folks back home, and for us too. I love the flavor and I'm a picky coffee person, have to have my fresh ground beans. I'll take the Trace Coffee over Starbucks anyday! Thanks again for recommending FC and arranging our very memorable stay!

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