French Camp, MS (PRWEB) February 03, 2012
French Camp Historic District, in French Camp, Mississippi, announces the renovations to the Main House in the Bed and Breakfast Inn are complete and invites families to plan a trip to visit. Visit http://www.frenchcamp.org/historic for more information about French Camp Historic District.
Summer Poche, a team leader of French Camp Guest Services, said, “The completed Bed and Breakfast renovations creates a look that is more authentic with the 1800s style of the cabin, while still keeping the comfort that guests want.”
Renovations included replacing the carpet with wood floors downstairs, replacing furniture with pieces that fit the 1800s style of décor, renovations to the kitchen, recarpeting the upstairs areas, replacing all linens with white linens and slip covering the furniture.
Planning a road trip to the French Camp Historic District is a step back in time. Visitors can see volunteers dressed in 1800s style dresses during tours of the Historic Village. The local museum tells the story of the 125-year history of French Camp Academy. Visitors can enjoy lunch at the rustic dining area of the Council House Café and browse for locally handcrafted gifts at the Log Cabin Gift Shop.
Visitors to the Welcome Center Bakery can see a bread-making program where Miss Annie making the famous white yeast bread, a tradition of French Camp Academy for over fifty years. The Bed and Breakfast Inn provides a relaxing night’s stay where guests can enjoy the peace of this historic “small town that makes a difference.”
Located directly on the Natchez Trace, the French Camp Historic District is a destination stop for those who want to experience the history and serenity of rural Mississippi in a cozy Bed and Breakfast, café and gift shop. The Bed and Breakfast Inn is one of only a few bed and breakfasts located on the Natchez Trace.
Guests speak of their love for the French Camp Historic District on the Natchez Trace Parkway and our friendly, welcoming staff. One such satisfied guest enthusiastically said, “the overall experience here is extraordinary – so beautifully designed.”
Another pleased guest left a note, saying, “Thank you again for your wonderful hospitality. We’ve really had a unique experience at the Bed and Breakfast.”
Other guests describe their stay as “a warm welcome” and a “wonderful, blessed visit.”
The French Camp Historic District is a ministry of French Camp Academy, a Christian boarding school and home, which exists to serve children, teens and their families for the glory of God. Established in 1885, French Camp Academy provides a safe, secure place for young people who are experiencing difficulty in their lives.
Go to the French Camp Academy Historic District’s website at http://www.frenchcamp.org/historic to learn more about scheduling a trip to the Bed and Breakfast on Natchez Trace Parkway. See more about the Bed and Breakfast Inn, Council House Café, Historic Village, Log Cabin Gift Shop and online reservations.
About French Camp Academy Historic District
The French Camp Historic District is a ministry of French Camp Academy, a Christian boarding school and home, which exists to serve children, teens and their families for the glory of God. Established in 1885, French Camp Academy provides a safe, secure place for young people who are experiencing difficulty in their lives. Folks traveling down the Natchez Trace Parkway can see how early Americans lived by walking or driving through French Camp Academy’s Historic District. A wooden boardwalk extends through the entire district from the Log Cabin Gift Shop to the Bed and Breakfast Inn.