For a town of 17,000+, the cool places to stay continue to amaze!
Looking for the best places to stay in Clarksdale, Mississippi?
Considering a visit to the Mississippi Delta? Stay in Clarksdale, the heart of it all! With a population just over 17,000, the cradle of the blues boasts live music 365 days a year. We have many spots to grab a bite to eat where one can break bread with some of the nicest, friendliest, and yes, most interesting characters anywhere on God’s green earth, and we got more green than most.
So, here is your go-to list of the best places to stay in Clarksdale. We will start with our three favorites, Delta Bohemian Guest House, Clark House and the newest addition to lodging in Clarksdale, The White House.
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The DBGH is a historical, two-story Delta cypress home built in 1917, ideally located only three blocks from Downtown Clarksdale. The DBGH is a one-of-a-kind lodging using an upscale, yet earthy, bohemian style, infusing the house with warmth and a real sense of the old Mississippi Delta. Ideal for a couple. Clarksdale native and co-founder of The Delta Bohemian® Magical Madge Marley Howell is your host. The home is a companion to The White House as the two share a common, private back yard.
Two bedrooms, one bath. Provides continental breakfast, PBR, kitchen, washer/dryer, tv, wi-fi and much more. Sleeps up to four adults with king, double and twin beds. Book online.
1114 Seminole Street
Oldest extant home in Clarksdale and built by it’s founder John Clark in 1859. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Refurbished and beautifully decorated as a residential inn. Five bedrooms in the main house and three in the back cottage. Located in historic residential area, just two blocks from Downtown Clarksdale. Native Delta Bohemian® Tour Guide Billy “Poor William” Howell is your Innkeeper.
Eight private bedrooms/bathrooms. Each bedroom accommodates two adults. Provides continental breakfast, tv, wi-fi and much more. Book online.
211 Clark Street
Poor William and Magical Madge welcome visitors to their iconic home on West 2nd, built in 1917. The home shares a private back yard with the popular Delta Bohemian Guest House. Magical Madge and Poor William, founders of The Delta Bohemian® are your hosts.
Stay in one of three upstairs bedrooms each with private baths: The Honey Room, The Treetop Room or The East Room. Each bedroom accommodates two adults. Provides coffee and tea, wi-fi and much more. Book online.
325 W. 2nd Street
A self-catering loft-style ground level apartment located in downtown Clarksdale, just steps from the Delta Blues Museum. Sleeps up to four persons.
Stay upstairs on the second floor of a former cotton-grading warehouse in one of seven private rooms with private baths above Ground Zero Blues Club. Complete with appliances and coffeemakers. Each room sleeps from one to four persons. Includes tv, wi-fi and much more. Book online.
0 Blues Alley
A 425 square foot, ground level flat in historical downtown Clarksdale building. Decorated in true Delta style by local artisans. This is a sister property to the Squeeze Box and The Hooker Hotel. Sleeps two persons. Includes TV, Kitchen, wi-fi and much more. Minimum night stay may apply. Book online or call.
104 E. 2nd Street
A 900 square foot studio apartment on the ground floor in the Holy Moly building in downtown Clarksdale. Includes full kitchen, bathroom, washer/dryer, tv, wi-fi and much more. Sleeps two persons. Two night minimum. Book online.
301 Issaquena Avenue
A 740 square foot, ground floor flat with two bedrooms with king-size beds, living area and kitchen located in downtown Clarksdale. Includes tv, wi-fi and much more. This is a sister property to the Delta Digs and the Squeeze Box. Sleeps four persons. Book online.
112 E. 2nd Street
Six modern condominiums in downtown Clarksdale occupy the top floor of the old Woolworth Building. Each loft includes a bedroom, seating and kitchen areas and 1 1/2 bath. Sleeps up to four persons including a pull-out sofa bed. Includes tv, wi-fi and much more. Book online.
211 Yazoo Avenue
This unique accommodation is located on the historical Hopson Plantation property and adjacent to the Shack Up Inn. King bed in bedroom, double bed in loft and a pull-out sofa bed. Includes kitchen, fireplace, front porch rocking chairs and much more. Call to book.
8141 Old Highway 49S
Step back in time and immerse yourself in a truly authentic Delta experience. Formerly the G. T. Thomas Afro-American Hospital, where the great Bessie Smith died following an automobile accident. Converted to a hotel in 1944, it offers basic accommodations with 40’s era furnishings and shared bathrooms. Call to book.
615 Sunflower Avenue
The Shacksdale Motel captures the essence of a sharecropper shack with these unique homes built using salvaged wood, tin, sinks, bathtubs, etc… to create a memorable place to stay. Located across the tracks from the Shack Up Inn located 3 miles south of Clarksdale off Highway 49. Book online.
8144 Old Highway 49S
An unusual B & B (that’s bed & beer) with over a dozen, modernized sharecropper shacks, and ten+ modern bins (aka rooms) in an old cotton gin to choose from. Voted by Tripadvisor as #4 most unique places to stay in the world. Located 3 miles south of Clarksdale off Highway 49. Restaurant and bar on property. Includes wi-fi and much more. Book online.
8144 Old Highway 49S
The Squeeze Box is a spacious, airy 425 sq. ft. private apartment, located in Downtown Clarksdale, across the street from the popular Hambone Art Gallery. Features a king size bed with Magic Fingers. Decorated in true Delta style by local artisans. This is a sister property to the Delta Digs and The Hooker Hotel. Sleeps two persons. Includes TV, Kitchen, wi-fi and much more. Book online or call.
108 East 2nd Street
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