Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Monmouth's Awards and Accolades...Just to name a Few

Travel + Leisure

World’s Best Top 100 for 2005” and 2006 Top 500 Hotels of the World “One of the Best Hotels in the World” for a two years running. “Top three U.S./Canada hotels - $250 or less”

Condé Nast 2006 Gold List

Ranked #4 out of the Top Seventy-Five in the prestigious 2005 Condé Nast Readers’ Choice Awards. Monmouth was also ranked #23 in the "Best of the Best" in the World category.

Condé Nast Johansen’s Guide

2005 Condé Nast Johansen’s Guide to Recommended Hotels, Inns and Resorts.

Sexiest Hotels Inc.

Second Annual 100 Sexiest Hotels In the World

Departures Magazine

“2004 Readers’ Choice Survey”


“One of the most romantic places in America”


“The most luxurious accommodations in Natchez.”

Mississippi Magazine

“America’s most romantic hotel.”

New York Times

“Natchez’ most elegant hotel.”

Red Hat Society

"one of the most sumptuous bed and breakfasts this side of the Mason-Dixon"

Southern Living

"The prettiest town on the trace, Natchez oozes with grandeur. Check in to one of the state's top inns, Monmouth Plantation.Thirty rooms with antebellum flair,mahogany furnisihings, and decadent bedding contribute to its ambience"

1,000 Places To See Before You Die

Antebellum life in the Old South. The most luxurious is Monmouth the former 1818 Greek Revival residence of the pre civil war Mississippi governor. Ask for his room, which contains his four-poster bed and a dresser where he stashed his many wigs. The room opens onto views of the famous 26 acre gardens and family graveyard.

American Historic Inns

“One of the Top Ten Most Romantic Inns of the Year”

Architectural Digest

praises Monmouth’s “spirit of respectful, though not dogmatic, authenticity

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