Maple Terrace Inn is located 1.5 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway. Overlooking the historic area from a hilltop two blocks off the court square, the 1912 eclectic home is a pleasant blend of Colonial Revival, Arts & Crafts and Prairie styles. Listed on the National Historic Register, the beautifully restored inn offers comfortable accommodations with four guest rooms, each having a private bath.

With a change in ownership/management (October 2012), guests now recieve a full breakfast served to order in the home's dining room.

Two blocks from the Maple Terrace, the downtown boasts a Courthouse Square that has recently been revitalized as a Main Street USA Project. Its quaint shops include antiques, gifts, collectibles, fashions, food and fun.

Kosciusko Mississippi has been listed twice as one of America's top 100 best small towns and is located on the historic Natchez Trace Parkway. Birthplace of Oprah Winfrey, the city hosts the Natchez Trace Festival on the last Saturday of each April.

"The large screened porch and swing offers the perfect place to sit and read about the Aaron Storer Family and the ghost of old Frank Olive.

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Each guestroom provided with
Owner/Manager; Larry Routt