Columbus thrives on its rich heritage grounded in Southern hospitality. With 676 historic properties amid three National Register Historic Districts, a stay at one of Columbus’ Bed & Breakfasts is a great way to experience the town’s local charm - day or night. Though many date back to the 1800s, these beautiful B&Bs offer the modern conveniences of today. During your stay, you’ll be welcomed with the friendly faces of Columbus residents and won’t even feel like you’ve left home.
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Open Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or by appointment.
The Amzi Love Home (c.1848) is a popular Pilgrimage tour home in the spring when the azaleas and wisteria are in bloom, but the home is open for tours year-round. The house is intact with original furnishings from 1848 when the house was built. Mr. Sid Caradine, owner and curator, is the seventh generation of his family to live in the house.
Burnt Oak is excited to be able to provide the best Northern Bobwhite quail hunting in Mississippi. We are a family owned business that focuses on providing visitors the very best experience possible. Whether you are visiting to hunt, stay the night, or here with your company on a retreat, we are glad you came and will be one of our family during your stay. We are very proud of our facilities and encourage you to stop by and take a quick tour to see what we have to offer.
The Jackie O House was built in 1907 by Thomas G. Owen. Mr. Owen was a great lover of flowers and he spent much of his time in the cultivation and propagation process of flowers in his home yard . . . from this little beginning grew the mammoth greenhouse industry which was said to be the largest floral establishment south of the Ohio River. Cut flowers were shipped everyday of the year to all parts of the American continent.
Built in 1890 for T.O. Burris and his wife, Dollie, the vibrantly painted home is an excellent example of Queen Anne architecture. Mr. Burris was proprietor of a downtown mercantile store and served as president of the Tombigbee Cotton Mill. Their home is now open to you for your stay in Columbus.
Located one block south of downtown, four blocks from the Riverwalk, and six blocks from the campus of Mississippi University for Women,
Phone Number: (662) 329-7126