THE ENCHANTMENT OF A BYGONE ERA…. FROM THE FIRST STEP YOU TAKE INTO THE EDWARDIAN INN, YOU CANNOT HELP BUT BE SWEPT BACK IN TIME.
The Edwardian Inn is an outstanding example of fine homes that were built in Helena around the turn of the century. Built in 1904, quarter-sawn oak paneling is used extensively throughout the house, and may have come from the 24 sawmills that were in the area at the time. Expert craftsmen in Chicago made the nine original mantels in the house. Eight of them remain in place with the ninth being used as the front desk for the inn. The stairway is of oak and is in excellent condition, with the applied carving and mill work coming from Chicago.
The first floor is noted for the beautiful German wood carpeting which was imported during construction. The detail work in the flooring is outstanding and features numerous different types of woods. Most of the door and window hardware is original to the house as are the transoms above the doors and on the front and side entrances. Two French Drop Chandeliers dating to 1915 adorn the front foyer. All rooms have individual controls for the heating and air conditioning as well as ceiling fans. Each guest room has a connecting private bathroom.
Rooms starting at $109 per night plus taxes (including breakfast)
Government rates available for federal and state employees as well as active military.
Home of the Blues
Located just a few miles away from the legendary “Crossroads” of America’s famous Blues Highway (hwy 61) stretching from Memphis to New Orleans, travelers from all over the United States and Europe make it a point to stay at the Edwardian Inn when exploring the music rich history of the Delta. Come experience the land of the Blues in style at the Edwardian Inn.