Rates and Information:
$165 per night
Includes: entire cottage (1-2 guests)
$50 per night
per additional guest (maximum of 3)
Jenny’s Cottage offers our guests a sense of tranquility that is hard to duplicate. After exploring beautiful historic Natchez, enjoy a glass of wine and relax in the screen porch. Close your eyes for a moment, but make sure you do not miss the spectacular sunset over the Mississippi River. When you are ready, head down to the fire pit to cook a meal under the stars. Whatever your goals are during your stay in Natchez, we at Sunset View will work to help you achieve them. We offer top of the line guest service with minimal intrusion.
Jenny Cottage’s is named in honor of the charming statue of the same name, which stands sentry on the bluff at Sunset View. Elizabeth Learned Peabody, great granddaughter of Natchez’s historic cypress mill founder Andrew Brown, purchased “Jenny” at the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893. The statue was sculpted by William Greene Turner of Newport, Rhode Island, and was listed at the Columbia Exposition in Chicago as “The Fisherman’s Daughter.” “Jenny” was given to Louise Peabody, Sunset View Cottages’ proprietor and hostess, by her grandmother and has been in the family for generations. “Jenny” has become a permanent resident at Sunset View Cottages, keeping view over the “Mighty Mississippi.”