Pleasant Hill Bed & Breakfast was originally built by John Henderson, a prosperous merchant, publisher of the local newspaper, and a founder of Natchez' First Presbyterian Church. The original home was built on property that is now the location of another famous antebellum home, Magnolia Hall. That was 1835. Over a two-year period during the 1850's Pleasant Hill was moved one block south on log rollers by oxen teams, a feat that would seem futile by today's standards.
Activities & Attractions
Theatre/ Concerts/ Performances
(Amenities may not apply to all rooms - Please Inquire)
2 Beds In Room
Flowers In Room
Gardens (at inn)
TV in Common Area
TV in Room
Inn Known For
Forms of Payment
Languages Spoken By Innkeeper
Cancellations must be received no later than 5 days before 1:00 p.m. on the first day of your reservation.
Reservations cancelled after that time will be charged the full rate for the length of the booking.
This policy does not apply to groups, special weekends, special events and seasons when other restrictions may apply. This policy is subject to change without notice.
Smoking is not permitted in or near our home. Cigars and pipes are not allowed under any circumstances.
We appreciate your cooperation.