Discover Southern Hospitality and Accommodating Accommodations at Dixie Landings’ Marvelous Mansions

The Acadian House built in 1852 by Colonel J.C.

In its heyday, Dixie Landings was on the cutting edge of the South’s booming cotton business and at the hub of a thriving transportation system. Four prominent families put their wealth to work here to ensure that the place would always be a comfortable, enjoyable “home away from home” for visitors on business or pleasure.

The luxurious homes they built — mansions, really, in the truest Southern sense — still stand today. And they not only recall to mind the rich traditions of a golden age gone by, they offer an opportunity to relive that era amid the hustle and bustle of our own too-busy times.

All four of the gracious, palatial estates have been renovated with care and consideration to preserve their integrity and individuality. Today, with their many rooms each decorated individually to reflect the tastes and sensibilities of the respectable families who called them home, they welcome guests with all the grandeur and amenity they offered a century ago.

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