Birthplace of Jazz and familiar as the backdrop to numerous films New Orleans continues to be a vibrant and fascinating city.
Shimmering with antebellum grace Natchez was once the capital of Mississippi.
On a crossroads where people, ideas and culture have met and mixed. The setting for many a John Grisham book and film and home to Graceland.
Nashville is known the world over as ‘Music City’, but in the USA it is also known as ‘The Athens of the South’ because of its rich culture and its universities and colleges.
A cosmopolitan city, the capital of the south, with a charming blend of old southern traditions and modern lifestyle. With many museums and other attractions.
A scenic two lane road following the path of Indians and trappers of the past with many historic sites along the way.
Scenic drive follwing the Mississippi River.
Monmouth Plantation, a National Historic Landmark, is a small luxury inn featuring 30 beautifully appointed rooms and suites both in its antebellum mansion and in eight outbuildings positioned throughout the property’s 26 acres. Built by John Hankinson in 1818, Monmouth was returned to its antebellum magnificence by its current owners, Ron and Lani Riches. Each room has been decorated with the style and luxury of the antebellum period – some antiques are even original to Monmouth – and many offer working fireplaces and Jacuzzi tubs.
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans French Quarter,
2 nts Courtyard Hotel
176 miles to Natchez,
2 nts Monmouth Plantation
155 miles to Greenwood,
1nt Bridgewater B&B
155 miles to Memphis,
2 nts The Bridgewater House
210 mile to Nashville,
2 nts The Brentwood
135 miles to Chattanooga,
2 nts The Mayors Mansion
120 Miles to Atlanta Airport