This very pretty house "antebellum" dates back to 1830. With his typical pediment above a colonnade and a characteristic interior decoration, be it four poster beds rooms (very comfortable bathroom very complete) or period furniture, it fully illustrates the period before the Confederate "fall". Having gone through the siege of Vicksburg almost unhindered, formerly owned by the brother of Jefferson Davis, the Confederate president, attended by many personalities in the nineteenth century, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Other very nice rooms in the small annex Carriage House, with a smaller decoration in mind although it is not necessarily of period furniture. Located in the historic heart of Vicksburg on the corner of First Street just minutes walk from Old Court House Museum, one can easily explore on foot the historic heart of the city. Free parking is also welcome along with the lavish breakfast very distinct regional flavors included. The restaurant is also great for lunch. As for the small pool, it will be highly appreciated at the time of the humid heat of summer. With the centennial of the Civil War, Vicksburg, with its representative battlefield rather fascinating commemorating his famous siege of 1863 will be particularly in view, even when you're not an expert in military history.
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