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My wife and I were on a 10 day driving trip, starting at our home in a historic district north of downtown San Antonio. Four nights in Hotel Monteleone, New Orleans, two nights Nottoway Plantation, south of Baton Rouge, two nights Dunleith Historic Inn, stayed...More
Wow! I could stay here forever! Dunleith was the perfect place for our adults only weekend getaway.
I have never stayed in a bed and breakfast, so I splurged and reserved one of the queen suites in the mansion. It did not disappoint! Our room...More
It was beautiful, but freezing and our room did ot get to even 70 degrees till the morning. And the bathroom was still cold. We stayed in the General Robert E Lee Room. It would have been nice if someone had turned on the heat...More
This is a great property in Natchez. We stayed in a room that looked onto the courtyard fountain. Great Bocce court, nice staff, good restaurant. The highlight was the tour and it was superb. So interesting especially the dinning room with the unbelievable wall paper....More
Natchez has the largest collection of antebellum homes in the US and the Dunleith is one of the better homes. Extensive grounds that you can tour and explore, an Inn on site to stay, and a restaurant on site to eat. The Inn is booked...More
Response from Shelley R | Property representative |
I am so sorry for my delay in answering, I thought I submitted it ! We have openings in November and would love for you to come and stay. Please call me when you can , my name is Shelley Rogers and our number is 601-446-8500.
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"Not sure what "classic" or "quaint" mean in this context, but it is an historic hotel and..."