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Weymouth Hall Bed and Breakfast, Greek revival mansion, sits atop one of Natchez’ highest bluffs, which rises high over the Mississippi river.  Southern hospitality is what you will find at Weymouth Hall (Circa 1855), listed on national historic register. The panorama of river, Louisiana farmland, and forest that stretches out before you is, in a word, breath-taking. Join us for a relaxing bed and breakfast vacation at this antebellum home. Weymouth Hall is a short one mile drive to Main Street in downtown Natchez. It is close to attractions, shopping, restaurants and antiques.  Located at 1 Cemetery Road in downtown Natchez across from the national historic city cemetery.


Address 1: 1 Cemetery Road

City : Natchez - Mississippi

Postal Code : 39120

Contact Name : Tabitha Wroten

Phone : 6013925892

Email : Weymouthhallms@gmail.com

Amenities
  • Baggage storage
  • Meeting rooms
  • Room service
  • Swimming pool
  • Awesome view of the Mississippi River
  • Southern hospitality

Check-In / Check-Out Policies

This property has the following check-in and check-out times and policies.

Check-In : 02:00 PM

Check-Out : 11:00 AM

Late Check-Out Hour : 11:30 AM

Late Check-out Fees: 0%

Late check out (after 11:00 AM and before 11:30 AM) may result in a fee.

Property and Cancellation Policies :

Full Charge - Full Deposit - If cancelled within 7 days of arrival

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Payment and Terms at Check-in, Check-out10 percent sales tax and 2.00 per night tourism tax Free ParkingHotel EventsDispute Resolution/ProblemsUse of Personal information3rd Party Rights