From the moment you enter its ground floor "salon," this hotel soothes the soul with vintage furniture and black-and-white photographs showing the rise of east Jackson. Each room has a distinctive look—with oak or wicker furniture—and each is filled with well-chosen furnishings from the 19th century onward. The overall effect is homey and delightful, especially if you plan to stay a few days or longer. Continental breakfasts are served in an antique-filled lounge.
This quiet property is just three blocks from the Town Square.