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Monmouth Plantation

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36 Melrose Avenue
Natchez, MS 39120


Luxury Hotel Full Service, Historical Ratings - OHG Deluxe,Stars 5 Monmouth Plantation is a glorious return to the antebellum South. Rated one of the ten most romantic places in the USA, by Glamour Magazine and USA Today, its tranquilly waits to enfold you in luxury and style. Twenty-six beautifully landscaped acres include pebble paths through gardens bursting with flowers, a white bridge gracing a small clear pond, Mississippi songbirds and moss-draped oak trees. Thirty rooms and suites in the mansion and the seven other historic buildings hold priceless art and antiques while providing every modern comfort. Mornings begin with a delightful complimentary Southern breakfast full of special treats prepared by kindly, cheerful staff. Nights sparkle under candlelight and crystal during five-course dinners featuring gourmet cuisine and fine wines. A world class meeting facility is nestled in the woods making it the perfect setting for your board meeting or retreat. Monmouth is the ideal setting for an intimate wedding for two as well as larger gatherings.


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Basic Directions
Direction to the Property from North - From Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Approximately 92 miles. Take Highway 61N to Natchez. After entering the city limits, go through 4 traffic lights. At the 5th traffic light, take a left onto Melrose-Montebello Parkway. Go through the flashing light, continue to the next traffic light, and take a left onto John Quitman Parkway. Monmouth Plantation is on your immediate left. Direction to the Property from West - From Jackson, Mississippi: Approximately 102 miles. Take I-55 South to Brookhaven,Mississippi. Take Highway 84 to Highway 61 to Natchez. Go throuh four traffic lights on Business 61, turn left onto Junkin Street. Go through one traffic light and , at the next traffic light, take a right onto John Quitman Parkway. Monmouth Plantation is on up on a hill on your left.
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