ShadowlawnHe was traveling for his job, and he’d brought along his wife Julia and young son. He needed a good place to put them up while he went south to attend to urgent affairs. They had their choice of accommodations, Julia loved the place they found, and he felt good about where he’d left them.

General U.S. Grant had no idea that in his absence Confederates would raid the town of Holly Springs where the Union Army kept its supplies. However, while raiders torched and burned millions of dollars of supplies, the soldiers did not intrude on Julia Grant’s private quarters in the town’s most handsome mansion.

Cartney Hunt HouseThat’s how it is when you’re a guest in the Mississippi Hills. Our hospitality is unshakeable, inviolate and unmatched. A lot has changed since the Grants stayed here, but we’ve preserved our good graces and many of our graceful homes, which means today you can stay in some of the most beautiful bed and breakfasts around. Like the General’s Quarters in Corinth, two magnificently restored Victorians connected by lush gardens and sitting pretty in the town’s historic district. At the antebellum Amzi Love, enjoy warm smiles and a cool drink beside the reflecting pool at this belle of the Columbus pilgrimage.

Court Square InnMaybe you’d enjoy the log lodge at Brigadoon Farms in Olive Branch, the rustic charm of the Blue Creek Cabin in Oxford, or staying on the square in downtown Holly Springs at the Court Square Inn Bed & Breakfast. If you want four-star hotel luxury, we’ve got that, too, or if you’re traveling on a budget, we’ve got plenty of welcome options. Elvis and Priscilla Presley honeymooned here, and today the stars still come out over the multitude of campgrounds and RV parks.

However you like your accommodations, one thing’s certain:  You and the Mississippi Hills are going to get along like a house afire.

The Ravine

The Inn at Ravine features two guest rooms as well as a large cabin that can comfortably accommodate up to 4 people. There is also a pool available for use by overnight guests, and a full breakfast served each morning, with the option of joining us in the restaurant for brunch on Sundays.
53 Country Rd. 321
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.513.6354
Toll-Free: 1.877.849.8738

The Burrows Bed & Breakfast

Complete earth-covered B&B. Snacks when you arrive, private entrance, hot tub and full baths. Southern breakfast, 2 rooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
40 County Rd. 287
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.236.3913
Fax: 662.236.3913

Puddin Place

c. 1892. Guests will be thrilled by this historic home, filled with antiques and other interesting mementos. Gourmet breakfast. 2 suites.
1008 University Ave.
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.234.1250
Fax: 662.236.4285

Oak Hill Stables

The 500-acre property includes a main house, bunkhouse, and apartment. Oak Hill Stables originated in 1976 as a place to raise and train horses.
670 CR 101
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.801.2084

Castle Hill Resort

Castle Hill Resort's secluded location offers undisturbed relaxation in a calm, contented environment. Near The University of Mississippi and Faulkner's fictitious Yoknapatawpha County. Full breakfast. 4 Bedrooms. Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi.
20 County Rd. 413
Oxford, MS 38655
Phone: 662.236.9601
Fax: 662.281.8483
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