Our history,

The Kings Daughters Home built in 1911 was a home for unwed mothers and their children. The King’s Daughters organization is one of the oldest christian service organizations in the nation. The organization was founded in 1886 by Mary Lowe Dickerson and her charitable “Circle”.

The home was the site of many births and subsequent adoptions. From its opening in 1911 until the late 1970s it was run by the Kings Daughter Christian organization. After its closing in the early 80s the home sat empty and fell into disrepair. In 2004 it was purchased by the Natchez Historic Preservation Society and in 2007 it was purchased by the Cavin’s and completely renovated.

The home is a handsome combination of colonial revival style with hints of the up-and-coming Shaker, Bungalow influences. The home is simple in its taste, full of light and gracefully spacious.

This charming home is listed on the Registry of Historic Places and overlooks a bluff 300ft above the beautiful Mississippi River.

As the current owner I am so grateful for the Natchez preservation society and the Cavin’s for their efforts in saving and restoring this beautiful property. Much history and may memories occupy its space. I feel like it is so important to share that with others.
I invite you to come and visit the King’s Daughters Bed and Breakfast! Come sit a while, enjoy the view and relax!

Hope to see you soon! Heather