Bisland House Bed & Breakfast

Built circa 1904, this is the original home of Hulda Rawle Bisland, granddaughter of Frederick Stanton of Stanton Hall and Douglas Starke Bisland and their 3 children. It is Colonial Revival style architecture combining Victorian and Greek Revival styles. Mrs. Grace Livingston operated a boarding house from 1946 to 1979. Now the house is a well respected Bed and Breakfast with high ratings on Trip Advisor and other Bed and Breakfast listings. 

Bisland House is located in downtown Natchez's Historic District. It is within walking distance to Main St., antique shopping, antebellum homes, churches, restaurants and the Mississippi River Bluffs.

This building is on the National Register of Historic Homes in downtown Natchez.

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Latitude: 31.556793 Longitude: -91.405229 Elevation: 214 ft
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Christine Tims

Bed and Breakfast Style

Bisland House features 3 tastefully decorated guest rooms that include period antiques and private baths. Guests have full use of the parlor, dining room, upstairs veranda and covered porches with porch swings and sitting area.

Breakfast Style Served

Full and Hearty Breakfast

Range of Rates

Rates are $110-$150

Eco-Friendly Notes

Natchez is currently in the process of offering recycling. Bisland House will be participating as it becomes available.

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

Owners Byron and Christine Tims live on the premises and guests are invited in to our home.

Seasons Open

Open Year-Round

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