2 bedroom 2 bath near hospitals and universities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Garbage pickups are Tuesday and Friday. Please set cans by the street if you are staying on these days.
Lock code to enter house will be texted to you on the morning of your arrival. Lock code to exit house is: CY
Please it all dirty dishes in the dishwater and start the cleaning cycle. Please strip bed of all used linens and put in the laundry room.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Came to town doing a few remodels in the area. The house suited myself and my coworker just fine. No complaints at all. Would recommend staying and if work comes back in the area I hope it’s available for me then. Colin the property owner was very friendly. Overall a great place to stay
Comfy. cozy, and clean
We really enjoyed our stay at the cottage. We hope to stay there again whenever we are in Jackson. The neighborhood is safe and very pretty
This Cottage had everything we needed to feel like home, in most welcoming state we've ever visited. The owner was friendly and very accommodating to our ever changing schedule on our trip. We couldn't have been happier with the cozy home to introduce our adopted newborn into our family.
Sidenote: The kitchen sink was excellent and gave hot water FAST which was a big help with baby bottle cleaning!
Perfect for our work stay.
The home is cozy and provided a comfortable stay for my family. Upstairs does get hot so the fan was much needed. My entire family is tall so no one really wanted to sleep downstairs. The unit had everything we needed and the YouTube video about the door locks was very much appreciated. The owner is very responsive to any concerns. Overall, the cottage was a good home away from home.
Very Good Property!
Place was adequate...the door locking system did not work as stated!
Belhaven Neighborhood or 'The Greater Belhaven Area', often simply called 'Belhaven', is a neighborhood located in Jackson, Mississippi. Belhaven Neighborhood is named after Belhaven University, one of Jackson's oldest institutions of higher learning, the main campus of which is located on a forty-two acre plot of land within the neighborhood itself. Belhaven is a historic district and one of Jackson's oldest neighborhoods and cultural centers as well as home to many of the city's oldest houses and buildings. Many popular and successful locally owned businesses are located within Belhaven, including a number of restaurants, shops, stores, and a Bed and Breakfast inn. Belhaven is considered to be one of the most architecturally diverse neighborhoods in the United States, much of which can be seen through the Greater Belhaven Neighborhood Architectural Tour.
The area now known as Belhaven Neighborhood or 'The Greater Belhaven Area', then located to the north of Jackson city limits, remained largely unsettled until shortly after the American Civil War. Many Jackson residents, seeking refuge after the destruction and chaos wrought by Union soldiers during and after the Siege of Jackson, moved northward and began rebuilding their homes. In 1894, what is now Belhaven University was chartered by Dr. Lewis Fitzhugh as the 'Belhaven College for Young Ladies' in a house located Boyd Street in what is now Belhaven Heights. In 1910, the school burned down but was reopened in 1911 as 'Belhaven Collegiate and Industrial Institute' at its current location on Peachtree Street. In 1915, the school was renamed 'Belhaven College'. Subsequently, residents began referring to the area around the school as 'The Belhaven Neighborhood' or simply 'Belhaven'. Over the years the name has extended to include what became known as Belhaven Heights. Today, the use of the name 'Belhaven' can refer to 'The Greater Belhaven Area' (meaning both 'Belhaven' and 'Belhaven Heights', Belhaven University, or both.
Fortification Street, which runs East and West through Belhaven, is paved over what was once one of the last Confederate battle lines during the Siege of Jackson. Although most structures in Jackson were burned by Union soldiers employing a Scorched Earth Policy during and after the siege (under the direction of General Ulysses S. Grant), many of Belhaven's older structures remained untouched.
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