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The Guest House Mansion

Historic Inn


The Guest House


( "Farrah's" )

201 N. Pearl Street, Natchez

Mediter​ranean &

       Cajun Cuisine          

  Breakfast 8-10  (everyday)

Lunch 11-2 (Monday-Saturday)

Dinner 4:30-8:00 (Monday-Saturday)

Your Safety and Covid-19

Rest assured knowing that we have adopted additional safety measures applicable to our inn and restaurant i n response to the present pandemic .  Those measures include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • all staff members are required to wear masks and gloves while preparing or handling food and beverages
  • all staff members are required to don a mask and gloves before entering any guestroom whether or not guests are present
  • routine housekeeping includes wiping all commonly touched surfaces with a disinfectant such as door knobs, light switches, faucets, TV remotes, hairdryer, handrails, desktops, etc.
  • while guests have always had individual tables for dining, our tables have been re-positioned to maximize social distancing and occupancy levels in the dining room, bar, and courtyard have been limited
  • all employees are required to practice social distancing, wash hands regularly, and stay home when having any fever, dry cough, difficulty breathing, or other illness.
  • hand sanitizing stations have been installed for convenient use by staff and guests 

With The Guest House being our family's home-away-from-home in Natchez, all safety and cleaning practices in the mansion are designed for the protection of your family as well as ours.

               Sean, Rachel & Madison Casey


Beds, Breakfast, and So Much More!


All the Charm and Coziness of a  Bed & Breakfast

with the Privacy and Conveniences of a Fine Hotel


Why Choose The Guest House Historic Mansion?

  • Authentic:   Stay "IN" an Antebellum Mansion Rather than Simply on the Grounds of One (all 16 guestrooms are under one roof)
  • Service: Top Hotel (#1) in Natchez as Rated by Guests on TripAdvisor
  • Location:  Most Central in Town; See Any Map of Natchez or Location Rankings at  or Expedia
  • Great Atmosphere: Elegant Interior, French Quarter Style Courtyards, Expansive Porches
  • Smoke Free & Pet Free Environment: No Pets and No Smoking allowed in the Mansion
  • Freshly Cooked Southern Style Breakfast:  Order What You Like from Your Table When You are Ready; Complimentary for All Overnight Guests
  • Parking:   Plentiful, Convenient, and Free
  • Wi-Fi:   High Speed and Complimentary
  • Private Bath: with Tub/Shower, Ironing Board, TV, Hair Dryer, and Daily Housekeeping​
  • Restaurant & Bar:   Serving Breakfast Every Morning (complimentary to Overnight Guests), Lunch (except Sunday), and Dinner (except Sunday)



The grand mansion you see today was originally constructed as a modest, one-and-a-half story, Greek Revival townhouse built for Samuel and Jane Newman around 1840. They purchased the property for $1,000. Samuel Newman was the grandson of Samuel Brooks, the first mayor of Natchez.  Mr. Newman served as sheriff of Adams County before relocating to  New Orleans in 1853. 

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