The Guest House Inn and Restaurant - Natchez, MS

COVID-19 Information about The Guest House Inn

Rest assured knowing that we have adopted additional safety measures applicable to our inn and restaurant in response to the present pandemic. Those measures include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • all staff members are required to wear masks and gloves while preparing or handling food and beverages
  • all staff members are required to don a mask and gloves before entering any guestroom whether or not guests are present
  • routine housekeeping includes wiping all commonly touched surfaces with a disinfectant such as door knobs, light switches, faucets, TV remotes, hairdryer, handrails, desktops, etc.
  • while guests have always had individual tables for dining, our tables have been re-positioned to maximize social distancing and occupancy levels in the dining room, bar, and courtyard have been limited
  • all employees are required to practice social distancing, wash hands regularly, and stay home when having any fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing, or other illness.
  • hand sanitizing stations have been installed for convenient use by staff and guests

The Guest House Inn, an Antebellum Mansion circa 1840
Conveniently Located in Downtown Natchez, Mississippi

The Charm and Coziness of a Bed and Breakfast
With the Privacy and Conveniences of a Fine Hotel
Including an On-Site Mediter​ranean & Cajun Cuisine Restaurant

Why Stay at the Guest House Inn?

  • Service: Top Hotel (#1) in Natchez as Rated by Guests on TripAdvisor
  • Location: Central Location in Downtown Natchez
  • Great Atmosphere: Elegant Interior, French Quarter Style Courtyard, Expansive Porches
  • Breakfast: Order what You Like and have it Served at Your Own Table when You are Ready
  • Parking: Convenient and Free
  • Wi-Fi: High Speed and Complimentary
  • Private Bathroom for each of the 16 Guest Rooms:
    with Tub/Shower, Ironing Board, TV, Hair Dryer, and Daily Housekeeping​
  • Restaurant & Bar: On Site, Serving Breakfast (complimentary for guests), Lunch and Dinner Daily

Guest House Inn History

The Guest House was originally a one-and-a-half story Greek Revival townhouse built for Samuel and Jane Newman around 1840 who purchased the property for $1,000. Samuel Newman was the grandson of Samuel Brooks, the first mayor of Natchez.

Over the years, ownership of the property changed hands a few times and several upgrades and additions were made.

On December 15, 2017, Louisiana natives, Sean and Rachel Casey, along with their daughter, Madison, purchased The Guest House mansion as their “home away from home” in Natchez.

The Caseys recognize the property as one of the premier locations in historic, downtown Natchez and are truly dedicated to preserving the historic architecture, style and decor of the property while maintaining an atmosphere where guests can immerse themselves in the coziness of a bed and breakfast and still enjoy the comforts and privacy offered by an upscale hotel.


Contact Guest House Inn and Restaurant

Guest House Inn and Restaurant
201 North Pearl Street
Natchez, Mississippi 39120 (click to view a map)

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