A quirky and spacious one bedroom apartment located in the heart of Natchez.
As the photos show, there is no door between the bedroom and the living space. It is an open loft with the bedroom area off to the side.
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
No pets - On some rare occasions we can make an exceptionOn some rare occasions we can make an exception
No events - Parties and events can be arranged separatelyParties and events can be arranged separately
No smoking - Smoking is allowed outside only.Smoking is allowed outside only.
Max guests: 2
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About Kathryn McCabe
The building is owned by husband and wife team , Edward and Paromita with their business partner Kathryn McCabe.
Kathryn McCabe purchased this apartment in 2000
Why Kathryn McCabe chose Natchez
Brown, Barnet and Dixon was built around 1875. The guest house reflects the quirky tastes and cultural backgrounds of the owners of the building, which ranges from Natchez, MS, New York City, London, UK as well as Calcutta, India. As a result, you can find yourself surrounded by a plethora of antiques, furnishings and one of a kind historic architectural pieces indigenous to Mississippi as well as India and China.
What makes this apartment unique
The courtyard can be hired for weddings, rehearsal dinners and other events. You will access the courtyard through an antique Indian door, which was purchased by the owners on their numerous trips to Rajasthan, India. You have your private staircase, which will take you to the apartment and your very own balcony. The balcony provides a great private space to enjoy a nice glass of wine or chilled beer. We also provide a guitar that you can strum too. Take a tour of Natchez Brewing Company or Charboneau Distillery for local beers and rum. You can arrange an Open Air Tour to pick you up at Locust Alley Guesthouse and give you a tour of our historic city. Randy Laird will give you a horse carriage tour through the historic streets of Natchez. We have many wonderful restaurants within walking distance too!