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Choctaw Hall, Natchez

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#9 of 16 in Historic Sites in Natchez
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Choctaw Hall opened it's doors in 1836 upon completion by the Cupit family who had immigrated to Mississippi from Ireland. This beautiful lady has gone through so much. She has taken over by Union Soldiers during the Civil War to be used as their headquarters. They left her in shambles but she refused to die. She went through several different home owners and was eventually abandoned after being used for a school. Once the city thought about tearing her down, a group of ladies worked hard to gather money to bring her up to the point where they could sell her. That's when a direct descendent of the Cupid Family came to Natchez and purchased this great lady! David Garner promised to make her the beautiful townhouse that she once was. David, and his partner Lee Glover, have worked diligently to make sure you can enjoy the grand lady known as, Choctaw Hall!
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  • This is probably one of the most beautiful mansions I’ve ever toured. It is a private home and graciously shown by its owners. I’ve never seen so much silver and French pottery in my whole life. 
    This is probably one of the most beautiful mansions I’ve ever toured. It is a private home and graciously shown by its owners. I’ve never seen so much silver and French pottery in my whole life.  more »
  • Built in 1836 during the period between the transition from the Federal to Greek Revival styles. This home has elements of both designs. The portico is a Federal style with Roman Ionic columns and a.....  more
    Built in 1836 during the period between the transition from the Federal to Greek Revival styles. This home has elements of both designs. The portico is a Federal style with Roman Ionic columns and a.....  more »
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  • This place is the best! We stayed here for two nights during our first ever trip to Natchez and it was perfect! David is fantastic. He is hilarious and very personable and makes you feel very welcome and at home. The house itself is gorgeous and the bed and breakfast on the lower level is lovely and cozy. The rooms are beautiful and spacious. David gives each guest a breakfast voucher for a full southern breakfast at nearby restaurants which we loved! He also keeps the bar and mini fridge in the common area stocked with complimentary snacks and drinks which was an awesome added bonus we didn't expect. 10/10 totally recommend. We will definitely be staying here in the future!
  • The best representation of an antebellum house in the South. The furnishings and collection of antique porcelain is second to none. Every room is simply breathtaking with a remarkable story behind every artifact. David and his partner are gracious hosts and share the history of Choctaw through the years. It stands today as a testament to all the work that has gone into making it one the grandest homes in Mississippi.

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