Stone House, Natchez

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The oldest part of this unusual house was built circa 1850 as a luxurious billiard hall by David Stanton, whose brother Frederic built Stanton Hall. The billiard hall stood on the grounds of The Elms, David Stanton’s home, and was later expanded into a house. The house was acquired in 1877 by Joseph Newman Stone and his wife Theodora Britton, great-grandparents of the present owner, and is now on the National Register of Historic Places. Restoration undertaken in 1999 won the Historic Natchez Foundation’s 2003 Restoration Award. Hear the music of Schubert, Brahms, Chopin and other great masters on the 1903 Steinway grand piano in the music parlor while sipping your complimentary wine.
Hotel Class


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  • Radio/Alarm Clock
  • Television
  • In Room Wireless Internet Access
  • Coffee Maker
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Balcony/Terrace
  • Private bathroom
  • Air Conditioning (In Room)
  • In Room Broadband Internet Access
  • Iron
  • Fan
  • Daily Maid Service
  • Fireplace
  • Hair Dryer
  • Hot Water
  • Newspaper (Free)
  • Telephone
  • Television (Cable/Satellite)
  • In Room Wireless Internet Access (Free)
  • Refrigerator
  • In Room Broadband Internet Access (Free)

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  • Smoke Alarm in Rooms
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Game Room
  • Internet (Wireless) in Public Areas (Free)
  • Coffee (Complementary)
  • Gift Shop
  • Parking (Free)