true Southern Hospitality and grace in this impressive Victorian- Italianate
residence built circa 1868 and the charming adjacent 1881 Guest House with it’s
fifty-five foot long gallery, which overlooks the sparkling swimming pool, the
river valley below and the Louisiana delta across the Mississippi river.
mansion was built by John Alexander Klein, on his
Cedar Grove Estate for his son Madison Conrad Klein.
The area which encompasses five of Vicksburg’s
most important houses, including Annabelle is know
as the Historic Garden District.
The Inn's 7 elegant
rooms and beautifully furnished living areas provide the perfect setting for a
romantic celebration or a tranquil retreat from everyday life. When you choose
a magnificent honeymoon suite or another inviting room, your experience will be
room in both houses evokes the flavor and opulence of the Victorian age, a slower,
more genteel time. Annabelle invites you to experience Vicksburg as it was in
an earlier, more elegant era. Some rooms offer fireplaces and relaxing whirlpool
baths. All rooms have comfortable beds dressed in fine linens, 13 foot ceilings
adorned with beautiful chandeliers, private baths with spa inspired amenities,
soft fluffy robes, phones, cable television and wireless internet connections.
porch swing and wicker chairs, invite guests at Annabelle to enjoy the southern
magnolia scented breezes. The New Orleans style old courtyard
is perfect for
intimate conversation, a courtyard breakfast or sumptuous afternoon respite.