Stay in Mississippi’s first and one of the South’s finest B&B’s. Stately live Oaks surround this magnificently furnished antebellum home, completed in 1847. It represents the first columned mansion built in Vicksburg. Located in the heart of Vicksburg’s Historic District know as “Old Town”, guests can enjoy sightseeing, antiquing, shopping, dining, art galleries, museums, and casinos.
Bed and Breakfast Style
The place to “B&B,” this charming escape offers luxurious comfort in a relaxed setting and some of the best food in town. Our guest rooms are beautifully decorated and feature 100% cotton linens, Gilchrest & Soames toiletries, private baths, cable television, and complimentary WIFI. Your stay includes a full "plantation-style breakfast" and a tour of the house and grounds.
Our antebellum home features elegant parlors and a library where guests can enjoy afternoon tea. The grounds provide unique settings with courtyards, a fountain full of gold fish, and a classically shaped swimming pool and cabana. Café Anchuca, our on-site restaurant and bar, is open to the public Monday - Saturday with Tapas starting at 4:00 pm. and main courses served between 5:30 pm. - 8:30 pm. Sunday Brunch, a local favorite and a must-do for tourists, is served from 11:00 am. - 2:00 pm. Enjoy walking in historic “Old Town” to nearby museums, churches, antique shops, art galleries, and other attractions.
Range of RatesDaily rates range from $125.00 - $210.00 for double occupancy.
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
Chris Brinkley and Tom Pharr have been the proprietors since 2001. Together they have re-established Anchuca’s thriving bed and breakfast business, and have expanded its earning potential by designing and building additional facilities on the property to cater large special events and opening a restaurant and gift shop. These endeavors continue to produce the income required to preserve this historic landmark and provide for much-needed employment opportunities as well as to increase the tax base of the community.
Our apologies but the historic nature of the property and the terrain do not allow for wheelchair accessibility.