The Fairview Inn & Sophias Restaurant, Jacksons only Four Diamond Bed & Breakfast Inn, invites you to experience this unique eighteen room Bed and Breakfast Inn in our 1908 Colonial Revival mansion.
The Warren-Guild-Simmons House, (Fairview Inn), built by Cyrus C. Warren in 1908, is significant for its association with the lumber industry. Designed by the Chicago architectural firm of Spencer and Powers, it is one of a small number of architecturally designed homes remaining in Jackson and is distinguished by its Colonial Revival exterior and interior.
~Mississippi Department of Archives and History~
Fairview Inn has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places
Cover story and "Inn of the Month" in Country Inns Magazine, October 1994
Selected one of Country Inns "Top Inns for 1994"
Four Diamond AAA Award
Selected one of American Historic Inns' "Top Ten Most Romantic Inn for 2000"
One of only thirty inns selected by Country Inns magazine to host a gourmet
dinner in celebration of the mutual tenth anniversaries of Country Inns and the
James Beard Foundation in New York City.
"Each of the participating inns is one of the best in the country," said Gail Rudder Kent, editor-in-chief of Country Inns, who awarded the inn with a commemorative plaque for excellence.
Weddings * Wedding Receptions
Rehearsal Dinners * Bridal Luncheons
Corporate Entertaining & Meetings
Bed & Breakfast
The inn is near fishing, golfing, and many Jackson restaurants. Within a few miles are the Governor's Mansion, art museums, the New Stage Theater, the Old Capitol Museum and the Agriculture and Forestry Museum.
Fairview Inn is a member of the following
Bed & Breakfast Association of Mississippi
Independent Innkeepers Association
Professional Association of Innkeepers International
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