Hammond-Routt House

Just 2 blocks from the court square, this home is located on the original Natchez Trace traversed by the Choctaw Indians, early settlers and Old Hickory, himself, General Andrew Jackson. He and the Tennessee Volunteers rested and watered their horses at an...

IVEY LANE BED & BREAKFAST

The Ivey Lane House Whether you’re in town for a visit, business, ballgames or biking, you won’t find a better place with more amenities! The Ivey-Lane house was built in 1890 in the Architectural Queen Anne style. It is located in the downtown Historical...

Maple Terrace Inn

Located 1.5 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway and 3 blocks from the Kosciusko court square. Overlooking the historic district from a hilltop, the imposing 1912 eclectic home is a pleasant blend of Colonial Revival, Arts & Crafts and Prairie styles. Listed on...

Martha’s Cottage

Listed on the National Historic Register. It offers 2 guest rooms, parlor with 12 foot ceilings and parlor grand piano, formal dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, large bathroom with claw foot tub, walk-in shower, porch with swing and rockers, and a drive-through...

Niles-Bailey House

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...