Our premier inn at 300 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, MS is located 1.5 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway and 3 blocks from the Kosciusko court square. All four guest rooms have queen-sized beds with full bathroom, en suite, including claw foot tub and shower. Features/amenities include parlors, two screened porches, a large bicycle storage building with 10 space bike racks, universal tools and complimentary spare tires and patches. Guests will enjoy the beautifully landscaped one acre lot with garden and swings.
4 guest rooms (all are on the ground level with no stairs necessary inside or out): The Mahala Ford Room (queen sized bed), Garrigues Room (pr of twin beds), Mary Potts Room (pr of twin beds) and the Highpockets Room (pr of twin beds). The Mahala Ford and Garrigues Rooms can be reserved as a suite with adjacent, full, private bathroom (tub/shower combination).The High Pockets Room has en suite with tub/shower combination. Also, the High Pockets Room features an in-room coffee bar complete with complimentary single serve coffee pods/condiments and coffee maker. The bar has a new 50 inch Samsung flat screen/Dish TV. This cottage inn, circa 1837, is located at 109 S. Natchez St., Kosciusko, MS.
Martha’s Cottage is located at 401 N. Huntington St., Kosciusko, MS. It offers 2 guest rooms, one of which has a queen-sized bed and one with standard bed. There is a parlor with 12 foot ceilings and parlor grand piano, formal dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, a large bathroom with claw foot tub, walk-in shower, porch with swing and rockers, and a drive-through carport entrance. Indoor bike racks are available. Three blocks from the court square, the Cottage is an excellent choice for individuals or small parties who desire comfortable accommodations with privacy and quiet. The home is exclusively reserved for members of the same party.
Our newly remodeled town house inn is located at 100 E.Washington St. on Kosciusko’s historic court square. The Inn offers fine accommodations including two spacious guest rooms.The George Washington Suite with private vestibule overlooks the courthouse lawn. Also, there is the grand Andrew Jackson Room with Jackson Street entrance and foyer. Both the George Washington and Andrew Jackson rooms have queen-sized beds with large, handsomely appointed bathrooms en suite. In addition, an ottoman opens into a comfortable memory foam bed in both guest rooms. The downstairs vestibule can be converted to a 3rd guest room with en suite. Indoor bike racks are available.
We have a beautiful apartment that is fully furnished. It has it’s own private entrance and up to four guest can stay in this apartment! If you are in the area, then this is a great place to stay. Plenty of free parking. We have many bird feeders where you can watch the birds. Dish Satellite and Wifi are available during your stay. Just off the historic square of Kosciusko, Ms. in a very quite neighborhood.
Located in the city limits only 1.5 miles from the downtown court square, this cottage is at home with its country surroundings. The neighborhood is quite and simple. This 750 sq ft guest quarter is decorated with simple family heirlooms. Guests are free to use kitchen if they prefer to assist with dinner or breakfast. They also may use the laundry room which is in the main house as is the kitchen.
Kosciusko’s annual Natchez Trace Festival takes place right in the heart of town around the Courthouse Square. Vendors surround the Courthouse, while bouncers and games are available for kids all day and into the night in front of the Kosciusko Attala Partnership office. The beloved Gasoline Alley car show takes place behind the Citizens National Bank.
Central Mississippi Fair
Kosciusko boasts a scary tale known throughout the state. The statue of Mrs. Laura Kelly, located in the City Cemetery on South Huntington Street, is the subject of many stories and superstitions. According to local historians, Mrs. Laura V. Kelly died in 1890 at the age of 38. Following her death, the statue was made in Italy after her husband, Mr. C. Clay Kelly, sent an Italian sculptor a picture of his late wife in her wedding dress.
Surrounding communities such as Sallis and Ethel host yearly festivals in their towns.
The town of Kosciusko continues to honor the man for which it is named. A statue of his likeness stands in Redbud Springs park just off the downtown square. A portion of the soil the statue and park sit on is from Kosciuzsko’s hometown in Poland, brought to Kosciusko in 1976 to celebrate America’s Bicentennial. Another life-sized monument of Kosciuszko is located at the Kosciusko Visitor’s Center near the Natchez Trace Parkway.
The Attala Center is a modern education facility which is approximately 75,000 square feet. It is located at 620 West Jefferson Street – less than a mile from Kosciusko’s historic downtown square.The center offers a wide range of academic courses that are transferable to four-year institutions, as well as, noncredit courses designed to meet the needs and interests of the area. In addition to academic and workforce offerings, The Attala Center will be home to several career and technical programs that culminate in technical certificates, advanced technical certificates or Associate of Applied Science degrees.
Technical education programs represent a blending of general academic and technical specialty courses offered on a semester-hour basis. The technical programs lead to a Technical Certificate, an Advanced Technical Certificate, and/or an Associate of Applied Science Degree. The design of the technical programs is to provide graduates with the skills needed to enter the workforce at a level of the semi-professional or technician. All technical programs operate under program-specific technical standards.
The Holmes Community College HealthPlex in Kosciusko opened its doors to students and the public in late 2020.