My husband and I stayed one night at a room on the river. We had read the reviews about the noise from the tavern below the room but we are young and stay up late so we felt it wouldn't be that big of deal. Plus, we really wanted to stay on the river.
The plantation and room itself were very nice. We were impressed with the grounds, decor, and staff. The room was BIG and had a great view of the river. The bathroom was also spacious and had a nice big shower and whirlpool tub. We enjoyed having a King size bed, something you don't typically get at a B&B. The towels were not very "plush". The noise was annoying. We stayed on a Thursday night so nothing exciting besides football was happening at the tavern. It still seemed like the walls were paper thin. I almost felt like they could see me. But, we went to sleep between 11-12 and once our heads hit the pillow, we were not bothered by it.
We did go to eat at Bowies Tavern and were not impressed. We were under the impression that they served dinner. Since it was convenient and we were hungry, we just walked down to check it out. It was just typical bar food. I got a burger and it was just a frozen patty.
The next morning we went to breakfast at the Castle on the Dunleith Plantation. Since there were only approx. 5 guests the night before, there was no buffet. There was no pancakes, french toast, or any sort of nice pastry other than biscuits. A little bit of a disappointment.
- Also Known As:
- Dunleith Plantation Hotel
- Dunleith Plantation Hotel Natchez
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on 40 acres of woodlands and terraced lawns in the heart of Natchez, Dunleith is the perfect retreat for both business and pleasure trips. ... more less