We were in for a romantic, quiet weekend in the vicinity of a pretty place like Natchez, but quite keen to be outside of town to enjoy the peace and quiet of rural Mississippi. And we got that all, including wonderfully welcoming hosts and breakfasts that made us skip lunch because we ate so much.
The plantation house is very pretty, and the garden plus surrounding land invites to strolling around or leisurely sitting by the pond feeding fishies. The hosts are definitely an important part of the setting; Ron and Lola are as inviting and kind as you can imagine, and take special care to spoil you at breakfast - besides the usual eggs, bacon, other meats and grits they made a great fresh fruit salad and sugar biscuits to kill for.
The 9 mile drive to Natchez was short and fast enough for us not to be annoyed by it, so we enjoyed the restaurants and some nightlife there, but were always happy looking forward to returning to a noise-free environment for a great night's sleep and - of course - another copulent breakfast the next day