Linden, one of the few historic Antebellum homes in Natchez, is beautifully situated in a serene park-like seven acre setting. The quiet and beauty of our grounds leads you to believe you are out in the country, yet Linden is just 3 or 4 minutes from the center of downtown Natchez and the Mississippi River. A large number of National and State Historic Registry Sites can be seen within our walkable downtown area.

When you stay at Linden, you will reside within the walls of the home; there are no dependencies or out-buildings at Linden. You will eat breakfast in the formal dining room, as favored guests should. We realize and appreciate the privilege you have given us by choosing Linden for your stay in Natchez. We believe that you deserve to experience true Southern Hospitality that meets and in fact exceeds your expectations.
Linden’s front doorway was copied for the doorway of Tara in the 1939 classic, Gone With the Wind.
The incomparable Percy Faith used Linden for his album cover Tara's Theme From Gone With the Wind.
Jane Conner purchased the Linden in 1849. Mrs. Conner was a widow with 13 children, 7 sons and 6 daughters. Linden has been in the current owners family for 6 generations.
To honor her 7 sons, Mrs. Conner planted 7 cedars of Lebanon trees in 1849 in front of Linden. Five of these trees still stand 163 years later.
Also sometimes called the "Tree of Joy,” these trees can reach over 130 feet in height. The oldest one, located in Israel, is over 2000 years old.