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Very professional but friendly and sociable. Happy to stay any time we are there. Convenient walk to the downtown, Breakfast nicely presented and delicious. Didn't really spend much time in the house (visiting local family) but it is the kind of place one could relax...More
This wonderful house, built in 1856, exudes charm and style in every room. This is the way to stay in historic Vicksburg. The breakfast was eggs benedict, and was perfect. Seating is at group tables so you can visit with fellow travelers.
This B&B is outstanding. The upkeep and attention to detail is remarkable. The furnishings are a delight to the eye and every bedroom is great. We enjoyed our delicious breakfast. Be sure to save time for the tour following breakfast. The hosts were so friendly...More
This 4-story Civil War (circa 1858) Vicksburg home has a special history to tell and the knowledgeable host/docent Dave is just the person to relay its story and historical facts in a most entertaining way. Dave gave us Northerners unique insight into the Southern perspective...More
This is a great place to stay. We showed up in Vicksburg without any plans for accommodation. We showed up at Duff Green Mansion and they went out of their way to make us feel welcome. The location is very good - very near downtown...More
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I believe it is only the ground floor rooms... Magnolia and Little Annie or two others (can't remember their names now) You can email them to sak - their address is on their website (look under the tours of the house... More
I believe it is only the ground floor rooms... Magnolia and Little Annie or two others (can't remember their names now) You can email them to sak - their address is on their website (look under the tours of the house info for it)