The guest rooms are simple but comfortably furnished and share a common bathroom. One of the rooms opens up onto a narrow balcony and breathtaking views of the Mississippi River. The cotton was sold and shipped to New … The saloon offers live music on weekends, and occasionally during the week as well. Under-the-Hill Saloon is one of the oldest buildings in the area, and its patrons of yesteryear were cut-throats, prostitutes and thieves. View our floor plan. Resorts near Under The Hill Saloon, Natchez on Tripadvisor: Find 436 traveler reviews, 3,275 candid photos, and prices for resorts near Under The Hill Saloon in Natchez, MS. The area known as Natchez Under-the-Hill, was once a thriving port where cotton was loaded onto paddlewheelers and shipped North to textile mills for processing. Hotels near Under The Hill Saloon, Natchez on Tripadvisor: Find 5,841 traveller reviews, 3,232 candid photos, and prices for 22 hotels near Under The Hill Saloon in Natchez, MS. Natchez Under the Hill One of the most iconic images of Natchez Under the Hill. This historic image was hand-tinted by Dr. Thomas H. Gandy and is part of the Thomas H. and Joan W. Gandy Photograph Collection at Hill Memorial Library, LSU. Hotels near Natchez Bluffs and Under-the-Hill Historic District, Natchez on Tripadvisor: Find 6,857 traveler reviews, 3,324 candid photos, and prices for 30 hotels near Natchez Bluffs and Under-the-Hill Historic District in Natchez, MS. This unique property is located above the truly historic Under-the-Hill Saloon, once the hangout for renegades, thieves, prostitutes and cut-throats. Hotels near Under The Hill Saloon, Natchez on Tripadvisor: Find 5,896 traveller reviews, 3,327 candid photos, and prices for 22 hotels near Under The Hill Saloon in Natchez, MS. Located above Under-The-Hill-Saloon, the Mark Twain Guest House features three rooms that share a large bathroom equipped with a washing machine and dryer. In addition, we provide a refreshment area equipped with a microwave, toaster, coffee maker and small refrigerator where you can enjoy a continental breakfast of coffee, juice and pastries. At Natchez, many local plantation owners had their cotton loaded onto steamboats at the landing known as Natchez Under-the-Hill to be transported downriver to New Orleans or, sometimes, upriver to St. Louis or Cincinnati.