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The Burn in its entirety was gorgeous. The room was clean and well kept. The staff was friendly and wonderful. The breakfast was delicious. We appreciated the fact that we had modern amenities. There was wifi and a tv. We had our own bathroom that...More
The Burn is a lovely old home, and Nell, who greeted us and gave us a tour, was pleasant and informative. Breakfasts were plentiful and tasty, although nothing stands out as a specialty. Our room, Clara's Room, was well-sized and relatively comfortable, although there was...More
One of the highlights of our American road trip. A stunning antebellum house - elegant, sophisticated, wonderful service, gracious hostess. A real find..Couldn't fault anything. Tour of the home and its history, relaxing glass of wine in the drawing room and lovely breakfast. Loved it.
Perched on an elevated section of the street, this historic house has been lovingly taken care of by its present owners who live on the premises. Although much of the decor in the public spaces in the main house, the second floor, which is occupied...More
It doesn't take long to realise that not every house that belonged to a plantation owner was a plantation house. The Burn is close to the middle of Natchez, while the plantations that used to belong to the original owners are out of town somewhere....More