Located in the heart of downtown Meridian, Century House Bed and Breakfast is a grand, imposing home overlooking the city. The sounds of hymn chimes can be heard pealing from a nearby church. The hum of cars passing has replaced the quiet horse and buggy of years gone by; but the grandeur of the 1902 house still remains the same and beckons you to come in and stay awhile.
Your Hosts, Don and Mamie Nobles
Built one hundred years ago when Meridian was a booming railroad town, the architectural design of the house is neoclassical with exterior heart pine siding scored to resemble stone. The home features porches with classical columns, 12 foot ceilings, huge pocket doors, and a mixture of antique and reproduction furniture adding to the house's grandeur.
Historic Century House is within walking distance of a number of Meridian attractions including the Temple Theater for the Performing Arts (home of the Distinguished Young Woman of Mississippi Program and the Sucarnochee Revue).
Close by is the Meridian Museum of Art, the Meridian/Lauderdale Public Library, historic downtown with its many specialty shops and the MSU Riley Center for Education and Performing Arts, also known as the Grand Opera House.