Monmouth Historic Inn


The Monmouth Historic Inn was created from a restored 1818 southern mansion and eight other historic buildings and has been designated as a National Landmark. This glorious mansion enjoys a picturesque setting amid pebbled paths, giant magnolia trees and moss-draped oaks and transports guests to a gentler, less hurried time.

  • Complimentary daily breakfast
  • Free Mansion tour
  • Light hors d’oeuvre in the evening
  • Free WiFi
  • Insight into plantation life

About your hotel

Each of the rooms in the Main House and outbuildings have views of the manicured grounds and are individually decorated with sumptuous fabrics, spectacular four-poster beds and antique furniture.

Take advantage of your complimentary tour of the Mansion, enjoy a relaxing stroll around the landscaped gardens or head for the nearby golf course, before joining other guests at the daily cocktail hour. Dinner is served in what was originally the Men’s and Ladies’ Parlours of the Main House. Alternatively head out to the nearby casino to place your bets!

Five minutes east of the Natchez historic business district, Louisiana.

All the rooms are air conditioned with free WiFi, cable TV, hair dryer and ironing equipment.

Restaurant, spa, gift shop and laundry service. A golf course and casino are located nearby.

Room Type Occupancy Per person from
StandardIncludes Breakfast £105

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All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.

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Local Attractions

  • Nottoway Plantation
  • Mississippi cruise
  • Cottage Plantation
  • Louisana Bayous
  • Oak Alley Plantation

For advice or to start planning your holiday

talk to an America Expert on 0333 234 0922

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