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Over Monmouth Historic Inn
Wat is er meer typerend voor 'The Deep South' dan de katoenplantages? Deze eersteklasse accommodatie is gevestigd in een 19e-eeuws plantagehuis. In de Monmouth Historic Inn verblijft u in stijl, omringd door het verleden. En natuurlijk de prachtige groene tuinen! Vele eervolle vermeldingen vielen Monmouth al ten deel, waaronder 'een van de 10 meest romantische plekken in Amerika'. Het is gelegen in Natchez, nabij de Mississippi-rivier en in de omgeving bevinden zich katoenplantages die nog steeds in bedrijf zijn. Monmouth, een Nationaal Historisch Monument, beschikt over smaakvol ingerichte kamers en suites, elk voorzien van moderne gemakken zoals televisie en WIFI. De kamers en suites hebben hun klassieke charme behouden, het decor verwijst trots naar de roemruchte tijd van weleer. Verblijven hier is dan ook vooral een stap terug in de tijd, met behoud van comfort!
- stijl en design
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Beschikbare kamer bij boeking.
Alle kamers zijn uniek, klassiek en sfeervol ingericht voorzien van televisie en een compleet ingerichte badkamer.
Gelegen op een heuvel, op 5 minuten van het historische centrum van Natchez en de Mississippi River.
• Tocht per luchtballon
• Stadsrondleiding onder leiding van een gids
Natchez werd zo’n 250 jaar geleden gesticht en is daarmee de oudste nederzetting van de staat Mississippi. De invloeden van de Franse en Spaanse cultuur zijn nog ruimschoots in het straatbeeld aanwezig. Langs de rivier en door het oude stadscentrum kunt u fraaie wandelingen maken en oude plantagehuizen bewonderen.
"A fine choice in Natchez"
This is a fine boutique hotel property, with rooms in the historic mansion as well as in various bungalows on the property. Our room was in one of the latter but it was clean, comfortable and upscale. The grounds are very attractive and enjoyable. The bar and meeting room very pleasant. The reception staff were pleasant as well. My main beef was with the food service staff. I found several to be unwelcoming and unhelpful. Service at breakfast was slow. If a tour of the mansion is offered, take it. Interesting. This hotel is very convenient to downtown Natchez.
"Quiet Garden Room"
We stayed in the Gardenia Room for two nights. The room was large and the bathroom had a Jacuzzi tub which came in helpful after doing a bike tour for 4 days. The room was well appointed with a fireplace, desk and coffee area. It was very quiet. Our only issue was the A/C in the room was tough to regulate with cold air blowing on the head of the bed. There was also a vent in the bathroom the poured cold air in there but the rest of the room was warm. My husband fixed that by throwing the phone book on the vent! We had a lovely time at the Inn and enjoyed having cocktails in the Lounge. We would definitely stay there if we were in the area again.
"Fun for a night"
As other reviewers have said, this antebellum mansion is full of southern charm and well worth a visit. We had nothing but admiration for the passion of the owners who maintain this lovely place. The room was large and comfortable but a little musty (maybe to be expected). We dined in 1818 on a very busy night. Fish slightly over cooked, pork chop cooked very pink despite asking for medium to well. I am guessing attention to detail slipped due to the restaurant being so busy with large parties. Please get the waiter with the greasy ponytail and dirty fingernails to smarten up!!!
"What a fantastic visit"
This was an outstanding last minute addition to our vacation! There was a large tour that filled the Inn, and we got the last room. The entire restaurant was booked, but the staff went out of their way to make arrangements to give us a fantastic meal with great service. Roosevelt, the bartender, took great care of us, made super recommendations, and made us great mint juleps. The tour was great (though i wish it included more of the property), the rooms were immaculate, and the staff were very attentive. We will absolutely return for a longer stay. P.S. you HAVE to try the bread pudding.
"It lived up to our idea of Southern charm"
As part of our road trip (a 3,000 mile round trip starting and finishing in Charlotte, taking in six states), we had a night in Natchez. The town itself was an architectural gem and full of character. We stayed for one night at Monmouth, as we wanted to experience a plantation house (coming from England/Bohemia, where they donâ€™t exist). Monmouth didnâ€™t disappoint us â€“ the main house is beautiful, in a faded, grand kind of way. We were staying in one of the Pond Cottages, so a little way from the main house. The room dÃ©cor is traditional and almost kitsch â€“ think swags and tails, four poster beds, repro furniture â€“ but we liked it and enjoyed the ambiance. The room was very quiet and the setting â€“ in the lush gardens overlooking the pond â€“ was nice. We didnâ€™t have dinner at the hotel â€“ weâ€™d had a late & large lunch earlier in the day elsewhere â€“ but we had cocktails in the bar. The barman was very charming and hospitable, and the mint julep (not a drink weâ€™d normally order) was delicious. Breakfast was served in the Garden Room, a magnificent room a five min walk from the main house. There was a standard buffet (fruit, yoghurt, cereal) which was fine. We were disappointed with the hot options â€“ the French toast was unappetizing (but this might be our taste â€“ itâ€™s not a dish weâ€™d ever eat at home â€“ it seemed so unhealthy, itâ€™s difficult to imagine anyone coming up with such a recipe, especially for breakfast) and the cream cheese filling was pale grey, which was rather off putting. The ham wasnâ€™t really something a European would recognise as ham. The waitresses, though, were incredibly friendly and lovely. The house tour in the morning was interesting and the young man who gave the tour was sincere and knowledgeable. However, it lasted one hour and probably could have been condensed into 40 mins or so I think. That said, the history of the house is undeniably interesting and for anyone interested in the history of the South, staying in the house was a lovely opportunity and one we enjoyed. We rested well at Monmouth and were ready to continue our trip.
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