Clarksdale Places to Stay
This iconic 1917 home on West 2nd Street in Clarksdale is often described by guests as “beautiful, warm, welcoming, fabulous, lovely, tasteful, comfortable, friendly, relaxing, cool vibe, gorgeous, spacious” to name only a few! The large private bedrooms, each with a private bathroom, provide guests with a quiet and serene place to rest their weary heads at night during their stay in Clarksdale.
The palatial common areas and back yard further nourish the Clarksdale White House guests by giving them a real taste of Southern Hospitality. Magical Madge, their host, immediately puts her guests at ease when she invites them to relax and make themselves at home. It never fails, guests of the Clarksdale White House leave wishing they had planned to stay much longer.
The magnificent Clark House mansion is located next door to the Cutrer Mansion and was built in 1859 by Clarksdale founder John Clark. The home has been fully renovated into a residence inn by California developer Charles Evans.
The main house has 5 stately private bedrooms each with private bathrooms and the back cottage has another 3 private bedrooms with private bathrooms.
Chilly Billy Howell is the innkeeper for Clark House and immediately makes his guests feel like they are a part of the Clarksdale family.
This could be the most unique, free-standing overnight accommodation in Clarksdale. Booking the Delta Bohemian Guest House gives you an entire home all to yourself.
Two bedrooms share a common bathroom upstairs and downstairs guests enjoy an open living room, breakfast room and kitchen. Access to the large private backyard is a big bonus.
Read the reviews! Here is an excerpt of one:
“Madge has it decorated so adorable and you feel right at home. The beds are extremely comfortable and you can’t ask for a warmer reception. If you are coming to visit the Delta, this is a place you do not want to miss!”