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The Inn at Cedar Grove


The Crown Jewel of Vicksburg

Immerse yourself in the luxury of the old South. Each room in the Cedar Grove Mansion is lavishly decorated and furnished with period antiques. Every modern convenience has been provided yet carefully integrated not to spoil the historic architectural integrity. Relax by our pool, stroll the gardens, or celebrate a beautiful sunset over the Mississippi River sipping a mint julep on our balcony.

Built by John A. Klein in 1840 for his bride, The Inn at Cedar Grove is and always has been about romance. Our guests often come to celebrate something even if it’s just spending time together. Come and create a memory or leave with your own story about this grand old home.

New owners Harley Caldwell, Dr. Steven, and Kendra Reed welcome you back to Cedar Grove. We’ve been renovating, cleaning, polishing, and preparing a beautiful space for you. We eagerly await you and want to treat you to the Southern Hospitality for which Mississippi is famous.

Timeless Historic Reimagined
Inn at Cedar Grove gazebo and fountain


A Historic Mansion

Surround yourself with the old South. Relax by the pool, take a selfie in the historic gazebo, or wander through five acres of gardens overlooking the Yazoo River Canal and Mississippi River. Cedar Grove Mansion and gardens are the foundation of Vicksburg’s Historic Garden District and are listed on the National Historic Register.

The Inn at Cedar Grove is the pride of Vicksburg and a favorite venue for wedding receptions, anniversary parties, family reunions, ladies’ weekends, and business meetings intended to impress. The resort is in close proximity to shopping, restaurants, the convention center, and attractions. Stay where history was made.

The Inn at Cedar Grove

The Crown Jewel of Vicksburg
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Historic Vicksburg, Mississippi is famous for being the end of the Blues Musical Trail, and the military siege that lasted seven weeks during the American Civil War. The city is Located on a high bluff of the East Bank of the Mississippi River across from Louisiana. It's about halfway between Memphis, TN, and New Orleans, LA. Vicksburg sits also sits along Interstate 20 about halfway between Dallas, TX, and Atlanta, GA. There are a lot of independent restaurants, shops, and museums for guests to enjoy. The National Military Park is the most popular tourist attraction in the state and generates a lot of visitors. Vicksburg has become even more famous in recent years for its ghost stories.

Considered The Crown Jewel of Vicksburg, The Inn at Cedar Grove is a local favorite place to take visitors, host important business meetings, and celebrate milestone life events. Part of the charm of Cedar Grove is that the mansion survived a Civil War siege. The house was built by jeweler, banker, and businessman John Alexander Klein and his wife Elizabeth. Guests, can't help but look at the holes left by canon fire in the house and photograph the canon ball still lodged in the wall of the grand parlor. It's believed that both William Tecumson Sherman and Ulysses S. Grant stayed there as Elizabeth Klein was related to General Sherman. General Sherman helped her escape the city before the siege during her pregnancy so she named her son Willie Sherman Klein in his honor.

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Forever After Starts Here

You may have been dreaming about this big day your whole life. The Inn at Cedar Grove is poised to make it a dream come true. Imagine getting married in our courtyard, descending our beautiful historic wrought iron staircase and dancing under the stars. Or maybe taking your vows in our grand ballroom and having a sit-down dinner in our restaurant. Our aim is to create the wedding of your dreams.

Schedule an appointment with our Wedding Coordinator Kendra Reed at 601-636-1000 or email at


The Inn at Cedar Grove

The Crown Jewel of Vicksburg

2200 Oak St Vicksburg, Mississippi


(601) 636-1000

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