2 bedroom 2 bath home. Kitchen, laundry and carport. 2 porches and patio.
Margaret Marshall Colson
- french, slowak, Read and write French. Speak un peu.
About Margaret Marshall Colson
Your hosts Marsha Colson and Lisa Baker lived in a second floor apartment in The Quarters during their childhood in the 1950s and 1960s. They now share ownership of the Lansdowne properties with three first cousins. They are shown above in mid nineteenth century style attire as they greet visitors during a Spring Pilgrimage tour.
Why Margaret Marshall Colson chose Natchez
Lansdowne and its buildings abound in history. The Quarters dates to the mid nineteenth century when it was home to a cook, the children’s nurse and the butler, plus the kitchen and washing and ironing room. The building has been renovated and enlarged several times but still retains the washing kettle, set in a masonry structure next to the fireplace in what is now the dining room.
What makes this House unique
The large adjoining bedrooms on the second floor share a bath with large walk in shower (via separate entrances) and can be reached via a stair from the main floor. Each room also has a private entrance from the second floor gallery. The galleries are great spaces to enjoy morning coffee or tea while listing to the myriad birdsongs, a refreshing drink in the evening or an alfresco meal.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Advance notice required. Additional fees may apply
Minimum age of primary renter:21
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
House with lot of books
We enjoyed our stay very much. So much history in one place, an abundance of old books in the living room to browse trough and Marsha the friendly, attentive and generous host. Just perfect! If it wouldn’t be that far away from Switzerland we would come more often.
Thanks Marcel. Loved having you and Monica as guests!
Great house, close to town, stunning grounds
Very nice house...extremely gracious hostess. Highly recommended
A great place to relax and unwind,but still close to centre of Natchez.
Beautiful accommodation and Marsha is an excellent host.
We where welcomed guests and given a indepth history of the house and area
with a nice glass of New Zealand wine.
Highly recommend this place.
Phil and Nikki
Thank you for that lovely review! I thoroughly enjoyed the time I spent visiting with you and your family. You will be welcome here anytime! Marsha.