MAPLE TERRACE INN/ PRESIDENTS' INN/ MARTHA'S COTTAGE/ HAMMOND-ROUTT HOUSE
Maple Terrace Inn, 300 N. Huntington St., is 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 the National Historic Register, the Inn is finely appointed with antiques and offers comfortable accommodations with four guest rooms, each having a private bath with claw foot tub and shower. Features/amenities include parlors, two screened porches, a large bicycle storage building with 10 space bike racks, universal tools and complimentary spare tires and patches. Guests will enjoy the beautifully landscaped one acre lot with garden and swings.
Presidents' Inn, 100 E.Washington St., is a New Orleans style Inn that was just restored for opening in December, 2014. Located on Kosciusko's historic court square, it offers fine accommodations including the George Washington Suite with private vestibule overlooking the courthouse lawn. Also, there is the grand Andrew Jackson suite with Jackson Street entrance and foyer. Both guest rooms have large, handsomely appointed private baths. Indoor bike racks are available. Just outside your door, the town square is bustling with quaint shops offering antiques, gifts, collectibles, fashions, food and fun.
Martha's Cottage, 401 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, is also 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 carport entrance. Indoor bike racks are available. Three blocks from the court square, the Cottage is an excellent choice for individuals or small parties who desire comfortable accommodations with privacy and quiet.
Hammond-Routt House, 109 S. Natchez St., Kosciusko. Just 2 blocks from the court square, this home is located on the original Natchez Trace traversed by native Indians, settlers and General Andrew Jackson. He and the Tennessee Volunteers stopped here to rest and water horses at a natural spring following their resounding victory at the Battle of New Orleans. The 1837 structure on the site was home to Confederate war veteran, William Jesse Taylor Hammond, who survived to establish several businesses vital to the community including the Kosciusko Ice and Coal Company in 1896. The home has a lovely portico with rockers and one available guest room with period antiques. There is a private bath. Indoor bike racks are available. Guests at this home are served a full breakfast at one of our other nearby Inns.
Together, the 4 inns can accommodate large groups up to 28 persons. A complimentary full breakfast, served to order, is offered at the Maple Terrace Inn, Presidents' Inn and Martha's Cottage. With prior arrangements, groups of up to 10 people can be seated together for breakfast at the Maple Terrace Inn. Groups of more than 10 people can be seated together for breakfast in a private dining room within walking distance of the 4 inns.
Kosciusko, listed twice as one of America's Best Small Towns, hosts the Natchez Trace Festival on the last Saturday of each April.
For a real taste of small town Southern hospitality, call to place your reservation now.
All guest rooms are provided with better bedding, central heat/air, internet access, cable with new flat screen TV's, and access to kitchen and laundry with washer and dryer.