Unique Vacation Spots in the Delta
In the market for a decent meal and a basic hotel room?
But if you're on the lookout for a quirky, eclectic, one-of-a-kind eating and sleeping adventure, a photo opportunity, and a story to tell your friends back home, there's no place like the Mississippi Delta.
Here you'll sample delicacies from deep-fried pickles to deep dish pecan pie, and discover there is definitely more than one way to serve a catfish. The Delta's backroads lead to ramshackle barbecue joints, roadside stands selling Delta tamales, and rickety eateries that look as though nothing more than good luck and grease is holding them together, but the mouthwatering Mississippi cuisine they serve proves that beauty is only skin deep.
When your tummy is full and it's time to rest your head, the Delta can put you up in style. Antebellum mansions, creaky cotton gins, cozy fishin' cabins, and renovated sharecroppers' shacks have all been re-purposed as funky, fabulous accommodations and eclectic hotels. Here, the lobby might be a cotton field, the pool is likely stocked with trophy bass, your bellhop could double as a blues musician, and your concierge just might be the ghost of a Civil War soldier.
Following is a sampling of the Delta’s unique vacation spots–the off-the-wall, off-the-beaten path places to eat and sleep on the backroads of Mississippi.
The tables are scarred, the chairs are mismatched, and the décor includes empty wine and whiskey bottles converted into lamps. Add delicious steaks, seafood, and Italian dishes, and this off-the-beaten-path gem is a “can’t miss” Delta experience.
Mon., - Thurs.: 5:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Fre., - Sun.: 5:00 - 10:00 p.m.
"Euro influenced, Southern Made" Menu includes: Signature starters, creative salads and sandwiches, wood-fired pizzas, grilled meats and fish, homemade breads and desserts and an extensive wine list. Dine in or take out available. Banquet space available; customized dinner menus, unique rehearsal dinners, distinctive wedding receptions, spectacular...
Experience yesteryear's roadside produce stand. Locally grown in-season fruits, vegetables, and melons. Browse handmade furniture, arts & crafts, and plants in an old-time roadside produce market. We carry the area's largest selection of Dorman Pacific, Scalia, and Stacy Adams hats for men and women. We bake breads, pies, and cookies daily. Spe...
Rooms are inside the main
house. Located within two blocks of museums, restaurants, shops and bars.
Incredible views of rivers, downtown, and Old Court House Museum. Amenities
include king-size beds, private bathrooms with whirlpool tubs and granite slab
shower enclosures, central heating and air conditioning with individual
Brigadoon Farms is a combination of recreational and outdoor
centered activities and meeting facilities. This small conference center began
as a retreat headquarters for youth groups, which still hosts many church
activities. However, many business groups, individuals, and families now use
the facilities for meetings, parties, picnics, speci...