The Inn is a Victorian-Italianate residence built circa 1868 and in the adjacent 1881 Guest House with it's fifty-five foot long gallery, which overlooks the swimming pool, the river valley below, and the Louisiana delta across the river. Old court yard shaded by giant magnolia and crepe myrtle trees.
This mansion was built by John Alexander Klein, on his Cedar Grove Estate, for his son Madison Conrad Klein. The area, which emcompasses five of Vicksburg's most important homes, including Annabelle, is known as the historic garden district.
All rooms, in both houses, have extremely comfortable custom fitted beds, modern private baths with tubs and showers (the Camellia room has a large whirlpool tub), all have twelve to thirteen foot ceilings, color TV's with cable/movie channels, phones, and A/C. Off street parking is also available.
Annabelle Inn, Vicksburg MS
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