Listed on the National Historic Register, this Grand Queen Anne Victorian mansion was the home of Federal Judge Henry Clay Niles and wife, Victoria, and their four children. Henry Clay and Victoria Niles were the grandparents of Lida Estelle Oldham Faulkner, wife of famed writer, William Faulkner of Rowan Oak in Oxford, MS. After the Great Depression, the Niles-Bailey House served as home to 3 generations of physicians including James W. Bailey, MD, S. Lamar Bailey,MD, who served as president of the Mississippi Medical Association, and Jimmy Bailey, MD.
The home has been sensitively restored and is replete with fine period antiques.
The Judge’s Suite, downstairs, has a half tester bed and includes a private library with 65 inch flat screen TV, laundry and full private bathroom en suite. There are four guest rooms upstairs. The Mattie Cole Room has a rosewood half tester bed, balcony and a full private bathroom located across the hall. Other upstairs guest rooms are exclusively reserved for members of the same party. Guests are invited to enjoy the parlors, music room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, and other rooms throughout as well as the large wrap-around porches with rockers. Breakfast is served to order in the home’s dining room.
305 N. Huntington St.
Kosciusko, MS 39090
For reservations, please call (662) 289-4131 (Mon-Fri: 8:00am-5:00pm) or (662) 792-9010 (After hours, weekends, holidays), or make reservations online.