St. Francisville's oldest established bed and breakfast. Sit in a luxuriant woodland with age old oaks draped with Spanish moss. It is one of the few remaining complete antebellum plantation complexes. Andrew Jackson was a guest at the Cottage on his way to Natchez after the Battle of New Orleans. The house is surrounded by spacious galleries. From the south gallery you can see the plantation dependencies including law office/school house, milk house, kitchen, smoke house, barns and other structures that complete a working plantation. Guest rooms on the wing overlook the dependencies and the swimming pool. All guest rooms are furnished with antiques and have private baths.