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Main B & B
(Occupancy for up to eight people)
French Camp Academy’s Bed and Breakfast is one of the few B & Bs located adjacent to the Natchez Trace Parkway. In 1986, French Camp Academy moved two clerestory log cabins built between 1840 and 1870 from Eupora, Mississippi, to French Camp. They were placed side by side and joined together with an addition matching the period architecture. Some of the original pine logs are 18 inches in diameter. The inn officially began receiving visitors in March 1987. Each of the four rooms in the Main B & B has a private bath. The two rooms upstairs, Ed’s Room and Sallie’s Room, each contain a queen bed. Downstairs, Victoria’s Room contains two twin beds, and the Downstairs Room contains a queen bed. There is also a spacious family room on the first floor, and the upstairs features a comfortable balcony sitting area where guests can visit or relax. Known for its country comfort and bountiful breakfast, the B & B is just the place to find solace and rest.
B & B Jr.
(Occupancy for up to six people)
In 1990, a second cottage was restored and relocated behind the original inn. The B & B Jr. cabin (at left in the photo) provides wonderful accommodations for up to six people. The upstairs has a bathroom and two bedrooms furnished with two twin beds and one full bed. The downstairs features a kitchenette, living room and second bathroom. Click here for more photos.
(Occupancy for up to four people)
The latest addition, the Burford Cabin (at right in the photo), is handicap accessible. In the downstairs room, there is a king bed, along with a kitchenette, bathroom and sitting area. The loft is home to two cozy twin beds. This cabin is great for a family getaway or up to four people traveling together. Click here for more photos.
The Carriage House is a newer building built on an old heritage. Sitting on the site of an 1880s cabin, this structure still features the original fireplace. Downstairs, you will find the living room’s high ceiling and spaciousness make it an enjoyable room to spend time in. A sofa bed offers additional sleeping space. The full kitchen and pleasant dining area are great for meals together. Also located downstairs are a full bath and a spacious room with a king bed. A stack washer and dryer provide an added convenience for travelers. Upstairs there is a cozy, well-lit loft with a queen bed. While here, enjoy sitting on the porch swing and looking out through the trees toward the Trace, or take a moment to look at Greenwood LeFlore’s carriage, which is displayed in a glass enclosure on the front side of the house. Great for families, couples or groups who would like to get away for one or several nights. Remodeled in 2016. Click here for more photos.
- Breakfast is included. Dinner is available at the Council House Café, which is open from 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
- We are an alcohol- and tobacco-free facility. Dogs and cats are allowed in cabins for an additional fee.
- Check in is from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Log Cabin Gift Shop. Check out is at 11:00 a.m.
- Children are welcome!!!
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Burlington is a wonderful city for a young person to live in. In the main city, nearly all amenities are within walking distance. Those which are not, are usually accessible via bus. Downtown is packed with bars and pubs of all types. Like live music? Try Nectar’s. Prefer trivia? Check out RiRa’s. Want an unusual cocktail? Go to Daily Planet.
There is a co-op grocery store downtown with fresh and local food. For more affordable options, a bus ride out to South Burlington brings you to Shaw’s and Price Chopper. You’ll find every type of restaurant—nearly none of the typical chain places.