Located in the beautiful downtown garden district of Natchez is Historic Oak Hill. This antebellum gem was built in 1835 by William A. Beatty for his wife Elizabeth as both their residence and place in which they could entertain. This moss draped property boasts beautiful gardens and fountains that can be viewed from both the back verandah and the sun room.
When guests arrive they are greeted with homemade mint juleps and chocolate chip cookies. Our gourmet breakfast is served in old Natchez style in the main dining room. All rooms are decorated with period antiques and magnificent beds. Come back with us in time and relive the grace and grandeur that was the Antebellum South!
In 1979 Oak Hill was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2004 Donald McGlynn and Douglas Mauro purchased the historic home with an eye toward maintaining the integrity of the house and the restoration of the landscaping. Oak Hill was given the 2005 Restoration Award by the Natchez Historical Foundation and today operates as one of the most highly rated inns in both the United States and the world.