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Reviewed 29 August 2016

Ethel is a WONDERFUL hostess, the highlight of our trip was visiting with her!! Mary Ann fed us delectable breakfasts and tidied our rooms while we ate! She took good care of us!! It was a charming and delightful stay!! CAn't wait to go back and visit again!!

1Thank Holmestrekkers
Reviewed 22 June 2015 via mobile

My wife and I celebrated our anniversary here, and the memories of our stay in this special house will last a lifetime. Hope Farm sits quietly and unassumingly in close proximity to the palatial and more famously grandiose mansions in Natchez. Notwithstanding, the history emanating from the timbers of this very old place tells a bigger story than could ever...

2Thank ShaneAndChristin
Southampton, MA
Reviewed 20 November 2014

We spent 3 nights at Hope Farm and will return there on our next trip to Natchez. Part of staying there is Miss Ethel and her tour of the house. The breakfast, prepared by Miss Elizabeth, was the best or perhaps second best on the trip. Miss Elizabeth showed great skill not only in the quality of what she prepared...

1Thank hosea49
Centennial, Colorado
Reviewed 24 September 2014

We stayed overnight here on a bicycle trip up the Natchez Trace, and really enjoyed it. We were up and out early in the morning, and the hostess was sure to get us some fruit before we left. The room was really outstanding, and the location was close enough to downtown to enjoy the trip down to eat.

1Thank Neil H
Texas USA
Reviewed 7 August 2014

We stayed only one night as we were traveling home from New Orleans. Rooms and the host were charming. Breakfast was delicious and the house tour was so much fun. We look forward to staying here again

1Thank SusanKirk
Round Rock, Texas
Reviewed 15 November 2013

Hope Farm Inn, once the home and headquarters of the Spanish governor, is the oldest house in Natchez. Nestled in a beautiful, hidden wooded area in the heart of the historic homes district, Hope Farm is the B & B of choice for history buffs. Ms. Ethel Banta the owner and hostess brings the history of the property to life...

3Thank Stingaree
Reviewed 28 May 2013 via mobile

Hope Farm and its owner, Mrs. Ethel Banta, a master story teller and great southern lady, provide a gracious setting to enjoy a relaxing time of porch setting. The home and accommodations are filled with history beyond imagination. We stayed in the smallest room with a very tiny bath, but other rooms were much more accommodating, and all were filled...

1Thank Idhs
Reviewed 20 January 2013

Delightful owner who is extremely knowledgable in Natchez history. Interesting and exremely humorous, Ms Banter takes you on a tour of her home after breakfast which is the one day she will come a knocking on your door and you will have breakfast at 8:30! We loved her and her hospitality. Hot coffee on the screened porch ready at 6...

1Thank 3boysnus
Charleston, South Carolina
Reviewed 18 November 2012

I visited Hope Farm as a stop-over for some research for a book I'm writing, and I think I found a whole new novel. Hope Farm is the oldest house in Natchez, with the original structure being the home of the Spanish governor. Our room was an absolute delight: old things that were really old, not set up to look...

1Thank andrawatkins
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Reviewed 16 September 2012

Ms Ethel was a delight our room was beautiful full of history the breakfast nice but not enough we were not offered seconds and everyone doesn't eat pork (bacon) and eggs wasn't an option i think a buffet breakfast would have been great overall is great i would recommend it and will definitely go again ...the tour was amazing and...

1Thank alma_c751

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Additional Information about Hope Farm

Address: 147 Homochitto St, Natchez, MS 39120-3962
Region: United States > Mississippi > Natchez
Price Range: $182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 4
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“Miller room is on the ground floor, easier for those who don't do stairs well.”
Holmestrekkers, 29 Aug 2016 | Read review
“We had the King room and it was quiet, cool and perfect”
SusanKirk, 7 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Rooms are on the side of the house, thus away from traffic and quiet. Don't miss relaxing in wicker on the back veranda or in the garden.”
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  • Spacious suite with poster canopy bed
Stingaree, 15 Nov 2013 | Read review
“I Recommend the Plantation room if you have 4 people attending”
alma_c751, 16 Sep 2012 | Read review
“Any of the four rooms offered are a good choice! Miss Ethel provides a tour of the entire home to see everything!”
BrendanB337, 11 Oct 2011 | Read review
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