Monmouth Historic Inns and Gardens4.0 out of 5.0
Monmouth Historic Inns and Gardens4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We both thought that this hotel was wonderful. Friendly staff, beautiful place, interesting history, we wished that we had stayed longer than the one night. We did the tour, we drank in the bar, but we didn't eat dinner or lunch, so can't comment on the food, although we had breakfast which was good.
We stayed two night while visiting Natchez. The accommodations are very nice, comfortable and with appreciable details (even if we were not in one of the few rooms of the historic house). We loved staying there. Don’t miss to have dinner at the restaurant, which is actually in the dining room of the historic house, a detail I believe is quite unique and spectacular. Staff is generally super and it is at the top also in the restaurant. The prices are fair for what you get. Totally to recommend.
This was a Christmas gift for my husband and I from a close friend. Just driving onto the property I was in awe of the beauty of the property even in the winter and how well they had preserved its historic charm. Checking in was a breeze and the front desk clerk was extremely nice and informative. Once arriving in our room, we were filled with so much joy. It was beautiful and I felt I had stepped back in time. The fireplace was going, our windows looked out onto the gardens and ponds, all our furniture was from the time period the house was built with beautiful paintings on the wall. Our bed was so soft and the room was so spacious. It was simply breathtaking. We walked the grounds and luckily a few rose bushes were still in bloom and everything was all very well maintained. The next morning we enjoyed our complimentary breakfast in another beautiful building. We received some of the best customer service either of us had ever had and some of the best food. Our waitress was so friendly and attentive. Checking out was also very easy and our clerk was again very friendly. We plan on returning in the spring to see everything in bloom and will try to stay again. I haven't stopped raving about this place since coming home. Being from the south, this place was the definition of Southern Hospitality.
What to give the love of my life for her birthday? A stay in Natchez, Mississippi with a stay st the Historic Monmouth Historic Inn and Gardens. We stayed in th Angel Joy cottage on the pond a pond filled with fish you can even fish if you want. Our room a step back into the past can I say pre Civil War. Yes historically correct from top to bottom. The canopy bed well lying on my back and looking up I saw a center rosette - Magnificent! The carpet, the furnishings- Perfect. For $95.00 a night the room was to die for, I even felt like the guy I’m Gone With The Wind.
We stayed overnight with our family. Fixed in a charming location, the service was impeccable, the restaurant was delicious (don’t forget to reserve) The rooms are modern and yet traditional (except nimoisy heater) The hosts were so nice. We highly recommend
My wife and I have nothing but sterling cheers for our Thanksgiving visit to the remarkable getaway. Beautiful grounds, great food, excellent accommodations. But what made our experience extraordinary was the staff. They made us feel like family. If you are a seasoned traveler you will appreciate and remember your visit to this Natchez treasure. Gene & Helen W.
My wife and I have stayed here twice and just keep falling in love with the place all over again. The staff were helpful and friendly as always and the grounds just beautiful. My wife and I found this place on our honeymoon in 1995, we loved it then but love it more now, We will return for sure. Excellent work everyone.
We booked through booking.com for a stopover on our honeymoon road trip and were allocated a garden room. The room was lovely, the floor a little dusty and could do with being mopped. The bathroom was spacious with l'occitane toiletries. In the room there were complimentary bottles of water and a full ice bucket. The bed was of an appropriate style to match the property but the mattress was a little sunken to the middle so both of us kept rolling into the centre. Due to the nature of the room being in the lovely gardens there were mosquitoes and a couple of cockroaches who wished to share our room with us, which we quickly removed. We ate in the fine dining restaurant 1818, which was delightful. The lamb lollipops were cooked perfectly, as was the salmon and the chocolate dessert was so rich. The wine was also good, we shared a bottle of pinot noir. The complimentary tour the next day was a nice end to the stay, as were the festivities ongoing for Monmouths 200th birthday. Unfortunately, we never got a chance to sample the hors d'oeuvres or try the cocktail bar as we arrived later on. The breakfast was of a very high quality and service was excellent. I would stay here again but I would be sure to book direct and ask for a room in the main house.
Once you drive up the beautiful drive to the antebellum mansion, you are transported to a time of refinement and true southern hospitality. In a time where we are all rushed through dinner, rarely thanked or looked in the eye, this is the respite we all need and seek. The rooms are beautiful - Ms Mary, still makes you breakfast as she has for 38 years in a dining room straight out of gone with the wind. Most of the staff has been there for at least 10 years and they love the place. It is obvious the owners love it as well. The grounds are amazing and the Mint Juleps at the fine dining restaurant are second to none. Absolutely nothing is lacking. Fishing at the pond on the property (more than 25 acres) and croquet on the lawn...homemade biscuits in the morning and coffee on the veranda. And the town. Live music every evening at one of the multiple honky-tonks. Great restaurants and a cute casino on the majestic Mississippi - grab a cold beer at one of the bars on the river and experience a sunset like nowhere else. This inn as well as this town is truly a gem I am happy to have found.
The Monmouth is a small historic mansion in extensive and very attractive grounds. The House itself offers 6 or so suites but the vast majority of rooms are in outlying buildings with adjacent car parking. Rooms are of good size, lavishly furnished in period style complete with dummy fireplaces and open onto verandas with rocking chairs overlooking the gardens. Bathrooms are also of good size but contain bath with curtain rather than a dedicated shower. Guests are provided neither with complimentary drinking water nor coffee making facilities. There is an upmarket dining room that we did not try, but casual dining is reasonably priced and of good quality. The inclusive breakfast provided in the very well presented Garden Room by delightful staff is excellent. All Staff are courteous and friendly and the complementary tour of the Mansion is well worth while.
- Free full breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Monmouth Historic Inns and Gardens places you within a mile (2 km) of Auburn Museum & Historic Home and Natchez National Historical Park. This 30-room, 4-star inn has 2 restaurants, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. It's in the historical district and also near Melrose and Rhythm Night Club Museum.
Start your day off right with a free full breakfast, served each morning from 7 AM to 10 AM. Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Restaurant 1818, which specializes in regional cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends over drinks at the bar/lounge.
A TV comes with cable channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. The bathroom offers a soaking tub, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include free bottled water and a phone.
Guests of Monmouth Historic Inns and Gardens enjoy access to free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and coffee in a common area. You can take advantage of free parking if you drive. Front-desk staff can assist with concierge services and dry cleaning/laundry. Other amenities at this boutique inn include free newspapers, wedding services, and a porter/bellhop.
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87.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 798 reviews