MAPLE TERRACE INN/ PRESIDENTS' INN/ MARTHA'S COTTAGE/
HAMMOND-ROUTT HOUSE/ NILES-BAILEY HOUSE
The MAPLE TERRACE is a system of bed and breakfast inns, each of which is located within walking distance of the other inns and the beautiful Kosciusko Court Square. All five historic structures have been sensitively restored by the owner/innkeeper to offer fine bed and breakfast accommodations.
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Pandemic precautions: As always, our inns are rigorously cleaned and disinfected. All rooms are widely spaced and utilized by guests only. In order to preserve environmentally safe accommodations, reservations are limited to healthy guests with no known respiratory illness. Thanks for your understanding and cooperation.
Maple Terrace Inn (4 guest rooms, each with en suite: Bombay, Silkwood, Mahogany, and Red Room), Our premier inn at 300 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, MS is located 1.5 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway and 3 blocks from the Kosciusko court square. Overlooking the historic district from a hilltop, the imposing 1912 eclectic home is a pleasant blend of Colonial Revival, Arts & Crafts and Prairie styles. Listed on the National Historic Register, the Inn is finely appointed with antiques and offers comfortable accommodations. All four guest rooms have queen-sized beds with full bathroom, en suite, including claw foot tub and shower. Features/amenities include parlors, two screened porches, a large bicycle storage building with 10 space bike racks, universal tools and complimentary spare tires and patches. Guests will enjoy the beautifully landscaped one acre lot with garden and swings.
Presidents' Inn (2 or 3 guest rooms, each with en suite: George Washington Suite, Andrew Jackson Room), Our newly remodeled town house inn is located at 100 E.Washington St. on Kosciusko's historic court square. Formerly home to several early businesses, this inn boasts of original pine floors, towering tongue and groove ceilings, and exposed brick walls that have been sensitively restored in the building's original Arts and Crafts style. The Bauhaus influence of asymmetrically placed windows was utilized interiorly to create a delightful ambience. The Inn offers fine accommodations including two spacious guest rooms.The George Washington Suite with private vestibule overlooks the courthouse lawn. Also, there is the grand Andrew Jackson Room with Jackson Street entrance and foyer. Both the George Washington and Andrew Jackson rooms have queen-sized beds with large, handsomely appointed bathrooms en suite. In addition, an ottoman opens into a comfortable memory foam bed in both guest rooms. The downstairs vestibule can be converted to a 3rd guest room with en suite. Indoor bike racks are available. Just outside your door, the town square is bustling with quaint shops offering antiques, gifts, collectibles, fashions, food and fun. Laissez les bons temps rouler!
Martha's Cottage (Guest rooms #1 and #2 share a full, private bathroom), 401 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, MS. This antebellum home, listed on the National Historic Register, offers 2 guest rooms (one with a queen-sized bed and one with a standard bed). There is a parlor with 12 foot ceilings and parlor grand piano, formal dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, a large bathroom with claw foot tub, walk-in shower, and porch with swing and rockers. Indoor bike racks are available. Three blocks from the court square, Martha's Cottage is an excellent choice for individuals or small parties who desire comfortable accommodations with privacy and quiet. Also, this inn has a drive-through, entrance carport which is excellent for those who desire cover for an auto or motorcycles. The home is exclusively reserved for members of the same party.
Hammond-Routt House - 4 guest rooms (all are on the ground level with no stairs necessary inside or out): The Mahala Ford Room (queen sized bed), Garrigues Room (pr of twin beds), Mary Potts Room (pr of twin beds) and the High Pockets Room (pr of twin beds). The Mahala Ford and Garrigues Rooms can be reserved as a suite with adjacent, full, private bathroom (tub/shower combination).The High Pockets Room has en suite with tub/shower combination. Also, the High Pockets Room features an in-room coffee bar complete with complimentary single serve coffee pods/condiments and coffee maker. The bar has a new 50 inch Samsung flat screen/Dish TV. This cottage inn, circa 1837, is located at 109 S. Natchez St., Kosciusko, MS. Just 2 blocks from the court square, this home is on the original Natchez Trace traversed by the Choctaw Indians, early settlers and Old Hickory, himself, General Andrew Jackson. He and the Tennessee Volunteers camped nearby at the site of a natural spring (about 100 feet due north of this property) following their resounding victory at the Battle of New Orleans. The 1837 structure on the site was home to Confederate war veteran, William Jesse Taylor Hammond, who survived to establish several businesses vital to the community. The lovely entrance portico beckons guests inside to the beautifully appointed guest rooms. Guests have access to the parlor, kitchen, breakfast room, and laundry. This inn is an excellent choice for multiple guests who require separate beds. There is a well lit, 3 car carport to cover autos or motorcycles. Also, there is a secure bicycle storage building with 8 space bike racks. Guests are provided a key to the bike storage building. A full breakfast, served to order, is provided in the home's breakfast room.
Niles-Bailey House (The Judge's Suite, a grand guest suite, downstairs with en suite; additional guest rooms upstairs with full private bathroom), 305 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, MS. Innkeeper's residence - may be available when the other inns are fully occupied. This Grand Queen Anne Victorian mansion was the home of Federal Judge Henry Clay Niles and wife, Victoria, and their four children. Henry Clay and Victoria Niles were the grandparents of Lida Estelle Oldham Faulkner, wife of famed writer, William Faulkner of Rowan Oak in Oxford, MS. After the Great Depression, the Niles-Bailey House served as home to 3 generations of physicians including James W. Bailey, MD, S. Lamar Bailey,MD, who served as president of the Mississippi Medical Association, and Jim Bailey, MD. The imposing home, replete with fine period antiques, has been beautifully restored and placed on the National Historic Register. The Judge's Suite, downstairs, has a half tester bed, a private library, 65 inch flat screen TV, laundry and a full private bathroom en suite. The Mattie Cole Room, upstairs, has a rosewood half tester bed, balcony and a full private bathroom located across the hall. Other upstairs guest rooms are exclusively reserved for members of the same party. Guests are invited to enjoy the parlors, music room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, and other rooms throughout as well as the large wrap-around porches with rockers. Also, this inn has a secure, well-lit, 2 car carport for those desiring cover for autos or motorcycles. Breakfast is served to order in the home's dining room.
Together, our inns can accommodate large groups up to 44 persons including Continental Breakfast at your convenience.
For guests seeking privacy, comfort and quiet, the Maple Terrace Inn, Presidents' Inn and Martha's Cottage are excellent choices. We do not accommodate infants (under age 3) at the Maple Terrace Inn or Presidents' Inn. Martha's Cottage is reserved exclusively for members of the same party.
Guests with small children and/or infants (under age 3) are sure to enjoy Martha's Cottage or the Mahala Ford/Garrigues Suite at the Hammond-Routt House.
Kosciusko is a great place for the perfect wedding while staying at the Maple Terrace Inn. The Aisle is an outdoorsy, barn wedding venue located on 80 private acres,10 minutes from town. It creates a romantic, charming and relaxed environment for your wedding day that is surprisingly affordable. Please contact email@example.com or call 662-582-0125. Visit the website at https://theaislems.com.
THE 38th ANNUAL PASSION PLAY, April 6, 7, and 8, 2023 at 8 pm, will be presented outdoors on the church grounds of First United Methodist Church at 110 E. Washington St. in downtown Kosciusko. Entitled "His Last Days," a cast of portrayers in authentic period costumes will depict the events leading to Christ's crucifixion and ascension. FREE TO THE PUBLIC, NURSERY PROVIDED. Treat yourself to fine overnight accommodations and a most enjoyable and unforgettable Easter season experience. All of our Inns are located within walking distance of Kosciusko's First United Methodist Church. Each evening performance of the Passion Play begins just a few steps beyond the front door of the Presidents' Inn.
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THE 53rd ANNUAL NATCHEZ TRACE FESTIVAL (April, 28 and 29, 2023) will be located on and around the original Natchez Trace in historic downtown Kosciusko. If you've never experienced the excitement of a small Southern town's outdoor Spring festival, this is your opportunity. Lots of fun for every member of the family includes numerous artisan and craftsmen displays from throughout the southeastern US, yummy food, talented musicians to keep you entertained, Karaoke Competition, walking and running events sanctioned by the Mississippi Track Club, an Artisans Gallery, Gasoline Alley classic automobile/ bike show and the Moomba children's entertainment area. Please go to www.Kosciusko.ms/chamber/natchez-trace-festival.
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Don't miss an overnight stay in one of Kosciusko's National Historic Register Bed and Breakfast Inns while traveling to THE NATCHEZ, MISSISSIPPI SPRING PILGRIMAGE OF ANTEBELLUM HOMES (March-April, 2023). www.natchezpilgrimage.com.
Kosciusko, Mississippi, listed twice as one of America's Best Small Towns, is located near Houston, Ackerman, French Camp, Winona, Carthage, and Canton along the Natchez Trace Parkway en route to Jackson and Natchez, Mississippi as well as New Orleans.
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All guest rooms are provided with better bedding, central heat/air,
Wi-Fi, new flat screen TV's with DISH, and access to porches, parlors, laundry with washer/dryer and more. Rollaway beds are available as needed. Continental breakfast is self-serve at your convenience (7-9AM daily) in the home's kitchens and dining rooms.