Welcome to the Mayor’s House
Stay in a complete house, all your own. The Mayor’s House is conveniently located just two blocks from GardenSong, at 914 State Street, within walking distance of historic downtown Natchez and the beautiful Mississippi River. Accommodating up to 7 people, the home features a large porch, cozy front parlor, and grand hall. You’ll want to make this your second home!
“Space and Comfort. My sister and I with our three teenage daughters were lucky enough to stay at The Mayor’s House! From the wine in the fridge to board games, we enjoyed all the moments afforded by this restored and welcoming home. Plenty of rooms (and bathrooms!).” – kasmom10
“This is a lovely old house in a convenient location. Bathrooms for everyone, large rooms, and very clean. Plus, it’s pet friendly! We would definitely stay again.” – Jennifer on AirB&B
“This is an awesome place for a quiet family getaway! So much space available in the living areas and front and back porches to enjoy as well. All on a quiet street near everything in Natchez. We all want to go back soon!” – Therese on AirB&B
A Historic Past
The Mayor’s House was built in 1880 and has recently been beautifully restored. It was home to a very popular Mayor of Natchez back in the day – Mayor Tony Byrne, who served Natchez for twenty wonderful years.
The 3 bedrooms are tastefully appointed, each with private baths. The Master Suite includes a twin bed in a separate sitting area. The house can accommodate up to 7 people. The kitchen and dining room are fully equipped. The house offers three Flat Screen Televisions with Dish and Free Wifi. You will also enjoy the record player complete with a few classic vinyls. The kitchen includes a stove, fridge, microwave, washer/dryer, and two coffee makers (Keurig and Traditional). Coffee and tea are included.
The Mayor’s House is fully equiped for your stay and features all of the luxurious amenities one would expect.
We’re pet friendly here at the Mayor’s House! Polite pets are always welcome. $10 per Pet/per Night deposit applies.
- 3 Bedrooms: One King, One Queen, and One Full/Twin Daybed
- Private Bathrooms for Every Suite – 3 Total!
- Complimentary Beverages Upon Arrival
- Fine Bed Linens & Feather Pillows
- Luxurious Towels
- Satellite TV & Free Wifi
- Hair Dryers & Other Essentials
- A Fully-Equipped Kitchen and Dining Room
- Refrigerator, Stove, Microwave, Toaster, Dishes and Utensils
- Keurig Coffee Maker and Traditional Coffee Maker
- A Gas Grill on the Patio
- Front Porch Swing and Rockers – Seating on the Patio too!
- Books and Current Magazines for Days!
Full payment is collected at the time of booking. Cancellations are allowed up to two weeks prior to each stay, and a full refund will be issued.
Due to high demand, cancellations within two weeks of one’s stay shall not be refunded.
Our Sister Properties
GardenSong Guest House
“Soul and spirit of Natchez! It truly embodies everything that is wonderful about Natchez, from the beautiful gardens and charming architectural details to the warmth and hospitality of its owner.”
Stanton Guest House
“Location to downtown was great and just a short walk away. The inside is beautiful with historic furnishings. Our room was huge & exceptionally comfortable. They have concerts here, too!”
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