Cedar Grove Plantation Bed and Breakfast

The plantation house and service buildings appear almost exactly as they did when constructed in 1830 and are still located on 150 acres of the original 900 acres. The Sharp family of 1830 were Jersey settlers, a well-known pioneer group. The Sharp's never had a child live past the age of 3 so the lady of the house, wanting to be with children, educated the slave children and many of the children of the area in the school house. Appearing still much as it did, it is now a bed and breakfast suite. The slave history here is quite interesting. Right before the Civil War in 1858, the slaves of the property murdered their overseer which lead to another murder of the overseer on the neighboring plantation. As fear ran through the Mississippi countryside, the widow Sharpe found herself at the center of one of the most public court cases of her time.

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Latitude: 31.205793 Longitude: -91.501848 Elevation: 46 ft
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Bed and Breakfast Style

Federal Style with Greek Revival Pillars and brick construction of all walls interior and exterior. Quiet country atmosphere with a lovely garden and many walking trails through 75 acres of beautiful Mississippi woods, and a 19th century cemetery. Large swimming pool, pool table, ping pong table, sitting area, ice machine, and Keurig are located conveniently to the guest rooms in original building. Four well-appointed rooms with full baths await you. Two rooms have a gas log fireplace and Jacuzzi tub. Wifi available. Each morning, the breakfast bell on the back gallery rings to summon guests to the breakfast room in the main house for a freshly-prepared southern breakfast.

Breakfast Style Served

Full and Hearty Breakfast

Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes

My husband and I are your hosts and welcome you to come and stay with us. We own and live in the bed and breakfast. We have lived in the area all of our lives. We are both the 4th generation of our family to live in this area.

Accessibility Notes

All of our rooms are on the first floor with no steps to climb. There is a gravel drive and brick walks leading from your car to your room.

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