Comfortable Accommodations, Unique Attractions
The old Natchez Trace was full of life, a melting pot of humanity. Settlers and Indians, merchants and robbers, the fantastically rich and the tragically poor all came together on this rutted roadway between Natchez and Nashville, two of the most important towns in the South.
Today, you can enjoy the comfortable lodging and dining that you’ll find here. Visit the historic buildings and our special attractions, like our pottery studio and museum. There’s much to explore. On these pages, you’ll find information on all that we offer. So set your watch back – to the 1800s – and stay awhile.
The Historic District’s bed and breakfast is one of the few located adjacent to the Natchez Trace and is composed of three rustic but updated buildings that can accommodate up to 20 people total.
Open Monday - Saturday, 10:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
The Council House Café, a restaurant owned and operated by French Camp Academy, offers guests generous-sized sandwiches, homemade soups and crisp salads. Our delicious bread is made right at French Camp – and be sure to try the mouth-watering desserts, like Mississippi Mud Cake and our famous bread pudding.
For more information:
Council House Cafe' 662.547.9860 Log Cabin Gift Shop & Children of God Pottery Studio 662.547.6657 Bed and Breakfast 662.547.6835