Mississippi Bed and Breakfast Reservation Service


The following accommodations are examples of some of the homes we represent.


Corinth - Historic town, convenient to Memphis, Tennessee and The Natchez Trace. Site of the Curlee House which was the headquarters for four generals during the Civil War. Convenient to Shiloh National Park. Civil War battlefield, Shiloh Reenactment presents grand review of troops, parade, memorial service, and antique railroad display.

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Robbins Nest
Circa 1869, this Southern Colonial-Style home is situated on two acres of oak and dogwood in the city of Corinth. Your host, a native of Oxford, England and his wife are very knowledgeable of the area. Enjoy the original pine floors and walls of two inch thick planks. A continental breakfast is served on the back veranda as you relax in the antique wicker furniture. Number of rooms = 3.
Call 601-482-5483 for additional information.


Oxford - Home of the University of Mississippi, convenient to Memphis. Historic college town 75 miles south of Memphis. "Rowan Oak," home of author William Faulkner; University of Mississippi features an art museum and the University Library which features a collection of works by Mississippi authors and Faulkner's Nobel Prize. Center for the Southern Culture has artifacts, memorabilia, audio/visual archives and a research center for Southern music, folklife and literature.

Appreciate the history of Mississippi and let our Lincoln Ltd. Bed & Breakfast hosts direct you to some of the major points of interest, including the Vicksburg National Military Park, battle sites in Port Gibson and Shiloh National Park near Corinth, The Natchez Trace and all the historic towns of Mississippi.


Greenville - On the Mississippi River. Convenient to Memphis, TN and Mississippi River Plantation Country.

Old Indian trail that ran from Natchez, Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee. Site of Indian burial mounds. It is a scenic route today with interesting historic and Lincoln Ltd. Bed & Breakfast stops along the way.


Aberdeen - Located on a hill next to the Tombigbee River, this town was founded in 1835. Site of some of the most beautiful examples of Victorian architecture in Mississippi. Other attractions include four historic churches and two circa 1830 cemeteries.

Columbus - This historic city, noted for the beauty of its buildings, boasts more than 100 antebellum mansions. Spring Pilgrimage. DEEP SOUTH FESTIVAL is held on the first weekend of Spring Pilgrimage. Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway provides activities for boating, hiking, camping, etc. Columbus AFB.

French Camp - An historic town on the Natchez Trace in the central part of Mississippi. Harvest festival is held the second Saturday of October.

Kosciusko - Historic town. Located on the Natchez Trace Parkway north of Jackson.

Laurel - Small southern town on 159 between Birmingham and New Orleans.

Meridian - Settled in 1833. The cultural, industrial, medical, business and retail center for East Mississippi and West Alabama. Merrehoe, and antebellum home, and the Williams home, of the Victorian period, are open for tours daily. Antique Dentzel carousel, one of eleven selected nation wide as a National Landmark, and the Jimmie Rodgers Museum are open for your at Highland Park. Meridian Museum of Art and Grand Opera House of Mississippi open daily. Site of Meridian Naval Air Station.


This grand neoclassical bed and breakfast overlooks the city of Meridian and features beautiful arched doorways, classical columns, 12 foot ceilings, huge pocket doors, and antique and reproduction furniture. There are six beautifully decorated guest rooms available, all with private baths. A full breakfast is served each morning.
Call 601-482-5483 for additional information.

Slate Springs - Located near the Natchez Trace Parkway. 36 Miles S.E. of Grenada and I-55.

Starkville - The home of Mississippi State University. Convenient to Mississippi Hwy 45, Columbus, Mississippi University for Women, the Natchez trace Parkway, and all of East Central Mississippi.

West - Located in the heart of the Magnolia State, on Hwy 55.

Travel the river road from New Orleans into Mississippi's plantation country and on through Mississippi's Delta to Memphis. Rock on the porch of a Lincoln Ltd. Bed & Breakfast, "river watch" and unwind; view paddle boats, steam boats and barges ... catch the sunset while taking a dinner cruise.


Jackson - Mississippi's State Capital. So much to see and do. Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum. Old Capital Museum, Mississippi Military Museum, Mississippi Museum of Art, Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, Planetarium, Symphony Orchestra and Mississippi Opera. Mississippi State Fair in October. The Jackson Zoological Park has over 500 animals on 21 acres of land. International ballet competition every four years.

Lorman - An historic "cross-roads" convenient to the Natchez Trace Parkway, and all of the historical sights of this area.

Natchez - Historic city on the Mississippi River and is a National Historic Landmark. Spring Pilgrimage features 30+ antebellum mansions open for tours with hostesses in period dress. Some homes are open throughout the year. Also presented during Pilgrimage are The Confederate Pageant at the City Auditorium; and Southern Exposure, a satirical comedy, at the Natchez Little Theater.



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Circa 1818. The former home of General John A. Quitman, an early Mississippi governor of Mexican War fame. This antebellum home contains many original Quitman pieces. National Register. 31 rooms and suites.
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The Briars
One of the finest examples of early Southern plantation-style architecture, this lovely home is situated on a promontory overlooking the Mississippi. Abounding in history, the antique filled rooms offer the guest a time to relax and enjoy the very room where Jefferson Davis was married in 1845. All 13 bedrooms are spacious. Private baths available.
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Governor Holmes House
Once owned by the last territorial Governor and first U.S. Governor of Mississippi, this home built in 1794 is located in the heart of Natchez, one block from Pilgrimage headquarters. Many of the rooms have original 18th century paneling and are furnished in period antiques. Enjoy the formal drawing room and eat your full plantation breakfast in the elegant dining room or cozy breakfast room. Number of rooms = 5.
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Circa 1970. Once the home of Thomas B. Reed, first elected Senator from Mississippi, this architectural gem of the Federal period has been occupied since 1849 by the Conner family and their descendants. National Register. Number of rooms = 7.
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An outstanding historical home with a panoramic view of the Mississippi River. Furnished with an impressive collection of antiques, including the works of John Belter and P. Mallard. Welcoming beverage, tour of the home and a large plantation style breakfast is included. Number of rooms = 5.
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A beautifully restored 1890s mansion located on the corner rise in the residential garden district of Natchez. Located within minutes of the downtown shopping district and attractions. Historic home is filled with period antiques. Guests have complete access to the upper living quarters with a beautiful view of the treetops. A full southern breakfast is served. 2 bedrooms with private bath.
Call 601-482-5483 for additional information.

Port Gibson - Between Vicksburg and Natchez. Convenient to The Natchez Trace. Incorporated in 1811. "The City too Beautiful to Burn." Noted for the history and architecture of its homes, churches and commercial structures. Driving tours include Civil War battle sites and many buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. Spring Pilgrimage features tours of antebellum homes, historic tours.

Vicksburg - Civil War battlefield and National Military Park. Spring and Fall Pilgrimages. Waterways Experiment Station, the U.S. Corps of Engineers' largest research, testing and development facility has working scale models of rivers, dams, harbors, and tidal waterways. Old Court House Museum, Beidenham Candy Company, Museum (original building where Coca-Cola was first bottled in 1894). Spring Pilgrimage has 21 antebellum homes open for tours. Riverboat rides.



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Circa 1873. Built as a wedding present from father to daughter. An interesting mixture of Victorian and Greek Revival architecture styles. All bedrooms furnished with antiques and have private baths. Some rooms available with fireplaces and television. Enjoy a spectacular view of the Mississippi River valley from a rocking chair on the front gallery. Plantation breakfast included. On the National Register of Historic Places. Number of rooms = 6.
Call 601-482-5483 for additional information.

Includes antebellum homes and inns along the Mississippi from New Orleans and New Roads, Louisiana to Natchez, Port Gibson, Vicksburg and Greenville, Mississippi. Experience a Lincoln Ltd. Bed & Breakfast lodging and the MAGIC of Mississippi!


Bay St. Louis - A delightful small historic resort town overlooking the Bay of St. Louis. An art center; good shopping. Convenient to New Orleans and the other Mississippi Coastal Cities.

Biloxi - The Mississippi Gulf Coast offers golf courses, charter boat fishing, sailing, marine parks, and white sand beaches.

Gulfport - The Mississippi Gulf Coast offers golf courses, charter boat fishing, sailing, marine parks, and white sand beaches.

Ocean Springs - Historic Ocean Springs, discovered in 1699 by French explorers. Located close to Biloxi, New Orleans, Mobile, and the Bellingrath Gardens. Beaches, casinos, golf courses, museums, restaurants, and shopping are only minutes away.

Pass Christian - A delightful small coastal community. The Mississippi Gulf Coast offers golf courses, charter boat fishing, sailing, marine parks, and white sand beaches.

If you enjoyed this sampler of some of more than 60 beautiful homes throughout the state of Mississippi, call 601-482-5483 for additional information.

pineapple If you are traveling outside of Mississippi - WE CAN RESERVE A PLACE FOR YOU - in an apartment in Manhattan, a home in Acapulco, Mexico, a plantation in Louisiana, a ski-lodge in Colorado, a Victorian mansion in San Fransisco or through a reciprocal agreement with other reservation services, at any number of wonderful historic inns and private homes throughout the U.S. and Canada and abroad.

Lincoln Ltd. Bed & Breakfast, Mississippi Reservation Service is an independent agency. Although we cooperate and exchange referrals with other organizations, we are not affiliated with any other bed and breakfast agency.

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