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If you are looking for blues and fields of blooming cotton, visit Clarksdale Miss in the fall and stay at the Clark House. Comfortable pretty and welcoming. Everyone talks about the breakfasts. They are perfectly fine. Coffee is good and the company is excellent as...More
If you're looking for hotel services and amenities, this is not it. But if you want to imbibe the ambiance of Clarksdale (in the wealthier side), Clark House is a great option. I can't remember all the details, but I think it was built in...More
Very nice and comfortable room - beautifully decorated house with lots of public space to roam around in. However, I downgraded the rating because the innkeeper is rarely onsite and service is extremely limited. Though I give them credit for disclosure on their website, there...More
The Clark House is ideally situated for a tourist visiting Clarksdale. This beautiful historic mansion is located on a street with other grand old homes and within easy walking distance to everything you'll want to see downtown.
We chose the "Big Daddy" and couldn't have...More
We went to Clarksdale to listen to Blues music. The Clark House was convenient, clean, and cheaper than the Hampton Inn. We stayed in the "Baby Doll" room which is one of the smaller rooms. I had everything we needed in a room - queen...More
Response from PoorWilliam | Property representative |
Hi, we have seven rooms with one queen bed and one room, Big Daddy with a King. We do not have any rooms with two beds, and both guests in each room share the bed. No cots, rollaway beds, sleeper couches, etc. The King might... More
Hi, we have seven rooms with one queen bed and one room, Big Daddy with a King. We do not have any rooms with two beds, and both guests in each room share the bed. No cots, rollaway beds, sleeper couches, etc. The King might accommodate y'all. Thx. Billy Howell, innkeeper