An early 19th century estate set on 26 acres of manicured gardens, Monmouth Historic Inn & Gardens is a National Historic Landmark in Natchez, Mississippi. Reflecting all that is charming about the South, expect gracious hospitality, luxury lodging, excellent cuisine, historic tours of the house, and a lovingly restored garden.
With a relaxing atmosphere, the rooms and suites are a picture perfect location for your stay in Natchez. Available either in the main house or in any of the seven outbuildings, rooms have period furnishings and/or reproductions. All guest rooms and suites have private baths, and some include a spa tub and a fireplace.
Wander around the meticulously nurtured gardens amidst blooming magnolias, roses, azaleas and Monmouth’s signature collection of angel statuary, accompanied by the gentle humming of cicadas. Then enjoy mint juleps or a cocktail in the Quitman Study or Lounge, with complimentary hors d’oeuvres, followed by dinner in the award winning Restaurant 1818 inside the main house.
They celebrated their 200th birthday in 2018! Monmouth Historic Inn and Gardens was built in 1818 by Mr. and Mrs. John Hankinson, who, with their family, lived in the home until 1826. The inn’s most prominent owners were the John and Eliza Quitman family from 1826 to 1919. John Quitman was a military general and two-term Mississippi governor.