Brandon Hall Plantation

Majestic Brandon Hall was formerly a large working cotton plantation located on the scenic Natchez Trace. The land on which Brandon Hall now stands first passed into private ownership as a royal grant from the Spanish King Carlos III in 1788. In 1809 the property was sold at public auction to William Lock Chew for the sum of $7,000. Chew constructed the first permanent dwelling consisting of a three room brick house about twenty by sixty feet, built sometime between 1809 and 1820. This structure still exists as the "basement" of the present house known as Brandon Hall. From 1914 until the present, Brandon Hall Plantation has had ten owners. In 1987, the home was completely renovated and restored perfectly duplicating the original construction. With the work that has been done, Brandon Hall Plantation will endure several more generations for visitors to enjoy a fascinating and glorious past.

Amenities

  • Wireless Internet in Room
  • Children Under 14
  • Internet Access
  • Breakfast Included
  • Historic Property
  • Private Bath
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Coffee Maker
  • Hair Dryer
  • Meeting Space Available
  • Iron & Board