The Fairview Inn in Jackson Mississippi
The Fairview Inn Jackson Mississippi Bed and Breakfast B&B Lodgings Accommodations

Hosts: Bill and Carol Simmons

Bedrooms: 18

Address: 734 Fairview Street - Jackson, MS 39202 USA

Telephone: Toll-free (888) 948-1908,
Local (601) 948-3429

Fax: 601-948-1203

Nearby Attractions: The inn is near fishing, golfing, and many Jackson restaurants. Within a few miles are the Governor's Mansion:

  • art museums
  • the New Stage Theater
  • the Old Capitol Museum
  • the Agriculture and Forestry Museum

Fairview Inn was selected by the National Trust for Historic Preservation for inclusion in the 1998 wall calendar featuring Historic Bed & Breakfasts, Inns, and Small Hotels.

  • Member of The Select Registry
  • Member of Professional Association of Innkeepers International
  • Member of Bed and Breakfast Association of Mississippi

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General Information: The Fairview Inn, the premier Jackson, Mississippi Bed and Breakfast, welcomes you to enjoy its stately elegance. A unique Jackson Bed and Breakfast experience awaits you in our 1908 Colonial Revival mansion, one of the few architecturally designed homes of that period remaining in Jackson.

Whether your travel to Jackson, MS is for business or for pleasure, our professional staff and luxurious surroundings will greet you with the comfort and southern hospitality you desire.

  • eighteen guest rooms and suites
  • all elegantly decorated with antiques and reproductions
  • fine linens
  • private baths
  • phones, data ports, voice mail
  • TV and VCRs
  • sitting rooms
  • toiletries
  • air conditioning
  • some rooms have in-room Jacuzzis

The amenities at Fairview combine to provide its guests with an atmosphere of comfort, beginning with the formal garden of box hedges and lilies that displays a statue of La Baigneuse by French sculptor Jean Baptiste Allegrain. The foyer has original oak woodwork on the columns, moldings and stairs.

The study doubles as both a sitting and conference room and features quarter sawn oak paneling, Tiffany lamps, a Herschede grandfather clock, a collection of miniature pewter soldiers, oil paintings, and a large Civil War library including many first editions.

Payment Accepted: Major credit cards, cash, personal checks.

Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)