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The Castle Restaurant and Pub at Dunleith Historic Inn is a castle-like restaurant in the town of Natchez, Mississippi.
Whilst the historic inn is built in a Greek revival design, the restaurant and pub are housed in the property's 18th century carriage house and stables. This grand brick building was built to resemble a castle and it certainly meets the brief.
Inside, a comfortable dining experience awaits guests and the castle's pub has an abundance of dark wood beams, grand chairs in which to recline and a huge open fireplace.
Dunleith Inn/The Castle Restaurant & Pub website
84 Homochitto St, Natchez, MS 39120
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