Built in 1851 for Fredric Stanton. No expense was spared. Elaborately carved mantels, bronze chandeliers, enormous mirrors were created in France and Spain and brought to Natchez in a chartered boat. At the end of the music room are huge double doors which can be opened to throw the right side of the house into a 72-foot ballroom.
Weymouth Hall is a grand Greek Revival house which sits atop one of Natchez' highest bluffs, rising high over the river. The panorama of river, Louisiana farmland, and forest that stretches out before you is, in a word, breath-taking. The Natchez City Cemetery, lies just across the street.
Dunleith Inn, Natchez, Mississippi. We went on our honeymoon to Natchez. I was born and lived there as a child. We stayed in Dunleith. Three Presidents had slept in the bed we slept in. It was a beautiful Antebellum bed, but NOT ideal for a honeymoon...if you get my jest.