Jackson House Hotel & Tea Room
Take a step back in time surrounded by historic opulence at that magnificently resorted Jackson House Hotel. Situated in the heart of downtown Eureka along the Loneliest Road in America, this historic boutique hotel offers 8 historically restored rooms with each access to Eureka-area attractions like the Eureka Opera House , Eureka Sentinel Museum , The Owl Club and beyond.
Having been recently renovated while maintaining its true 1800s elegance, this historic, and said-to-be haunted Eureka hotel is a must see (and stay!) when getting to know the Loneliest Road in America.
Lining the streets of downtown Eureka, many historic buildings have remained in impressively intact shape over the years, thanks to the monumental wealth coming from local, ongoing mining efforts to this day. The recently restored Eureka Opera House is the frontrunner of Eureka’s Historic District, with The Jackson House Hotel a close second, and right next door. Originally built in 1877 the Jackson House became famous overnight not only for its lavish qualities, but also because it claimed to be the only fire-proof hotel in Nevada. In a state where most mining camps and boomtowns ended as a result of an overturned kerosine lamp or two, this was a big deal. While their marketing efforts claimed one thing, fate ended up differently when a fire tested the Jackson House in 1880.
Having been rebuilt and restored a handful of times, the property has always remained a hotel throughout the years, and restored to its former glory in 1998. At the Jackson House, guests will find 8 elegant Victorian bedrooms upstairs with a bar, restaurant and tea room located on the main level. Each room is adorned with fixtures and furnishings you might discover if you stayed here when the hotel first opened all those years ago, including a claw-foot tub, luxury linens and towels, sweeping windows and large rooms to really kick back and get to know all the sights of Eureka’s Historic District.
Haunted History at the Jackson House Hotel
A handful of hotels and businesses throughout the Silver State are said to have some ghostly residents—Eureka’s Jackson House Hotel is one of them. Considering the historic structure dates all the way back to the 1880s, welcomed guests from all over the country and world, endured a deadly disaster or two, and sits on top of a labyrinth of historic, underground tunnels, it sounds like enough criteria to beckon some paranormal presence. In fact, the Jackson House Hotel has so much paranormal activity it captured the attention of Ghost Adventures Zak Bagans and crew to investigate.
So… is the Jackson House Hotel really haunted? The Lady in Red (no, not THAT Lady in Red ) is said to float through the halls checking in on guests, and the Jackson Suite is allegedly one of the most “active” rooms. Historical Ghost Tours are offered on Fridays and Saturdays for $10 per person, which tours the Jackson House Hotel, historic downtown Eureka, and the Eureka Café—home of the last remnant of the 1873 underground tunnels. Whether or not you’re checking in to try and cross paths with the unknown, comfy rooms in this truly quiet historic district are worth an overnight stay to say the very least.
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Staying at this 20th century beauty requires guests to climb a large flight of stairs to rooms on the second floor. Anyone with physical limitations should absolutely stop by the Jackson House for an afternoon tea at the very least, but probably plan to overnight at another Eureka area hotel with first floor rooms or elevator access.
A handful of modern conveniences are not offered at this historic hotel, making it all the more easy to peel back the pages of time and hit the reset button for good. To take advantage of wireless internet, a fitness center, ice machine, swimming pool and complimentary continental breakfast, walk a quick, 5 minute walk through downtown Eureka to the Eureka Gold Country Inn—the Jackson House’s sister property—made available for free to all Jackson House Hotel guests.
Best yet, the property also doubles as the Eureka Tourist Information Center, which is located on the main level of the Jackson House Hotel. Whether you’re here for afternoon tea, a historical ghost tour, overnighting or just passing through, be sure to stop in to discover more Eureka must-sees.
The Jackson House Hotel is open seasonally. For the most current information on when you can relax from the sunny tea room or overnight in this 20th century beauty, contact the property directly at (775) 237-5247.
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It’s a well-known fact that the Silver State is paradise for paranormal enthusiasts. From creepy graveyards to old-timey saloons, there seems to be a ghost story to go along with just about every historic destination in Nevada, including the one featured here. The Jackson House Hotel is a living piece of history in the old mining town of Eureka, so you can bet that there are plenty of stories regarding paranormal experiences taking place inside of it! Its haunted reputation is no secret, and it’s even been the subject of a popular ghosthunter’s television show. Think you have what it takes to spend the night here? Keep reading and you may just change your mind.
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Mississippi is a state named after the famous Mississippi River. Parts of Mississippi are famous for Coca-Cola, southern hospitality, as well as the birthplace of Elvis Presley. Although many people travel to this state for the beautiful scenery, the Mississippi River, old plantations and seeing where Elvis was born, others come to the state because of its haunted history. There are many destinations in Mississippi where ghost hunters can venture.
Below you will find just a few of the historic homes in the state that are also among the most haunted hotels in Mississippi.
8 - Dunleith Historic Inn, Natchez Book a Room
Dunleith Historic Inn was the original site of the Routhland estate. The original structure was lost after a lightning strike set it on fire. A new building, Dunleith Inn was built in its place in 1856.
The Dunleith has been home to tragic deaths as well. People who take the trip to Natchez to tour or stay at the historic inn claim there is paranormal activity.
The sounds of a harp being played by a female apparition are the most common claim of activity. Perhaps the woman is the ghost of the original owners’ daughter who perished after she and her second husband moved in.
No one truly knows who the harp playing ghost is, only that she is there regularly.
7 - Generals’ Quarters Bed & Breakfast Inn, Corinth Stay Here
The Generals’ Quarters Inn first opened as a church back in 1872. It went on to serve as a private home for decades, as well as a restaurant and bar.
Eventually it became the bed and breakfast it is today. In addition to being a historical location to visit it is also well known for paranormal activity.
People have seen lights turn on and off on their own, doors open and close at will.
Guests of the Inn claim to have heard disembodied footsteps. The footsteps are said to belong to a former servant who died on the steps of the inn after slipping and falling down a flight of stairs.
6 - Lincoln House Bed & Breakfast, Columbus
The mayor of Columbus was the first resident of this home built in 1833. It went on to become the bed and breakfast it is today. Guests to the residence are both living and dead.
Unusual occurrences are the norm at the Lincoln House. A woman dressed in white has been spotted on more than one occasion wandering the property.
What makes the woman in white so unique is that this apparition appears to float on some sort of cloud that hovers.
The parlor room is the only place where people have stated they have seen the cloud and woman in white together.
5 - Annabelle Bed & Breakfast, Vicksburg Book a Room
The Annabelle Bed and Breakfast is a Victorian style home first built in 1868 for Madison Conrad Klein. It is part of many homes in Vicksburg’s Historic Garden District.
It served as a private residence for many decades. At one point there were soldiers on the property and home. One of those soldiers reportedly never left.
A soldier apparently wearing a Confederate uniform who only has one leg enjoys spending time in one of the rooms.
Prior to new ownership the room he was most frequently seen in was called the Dixie room.
4 - Monmouth Historic Inn, Natchez Stay Here
The Monmouth mansion was built in 1818. In 1826, it became the property of General John A. Quitman. People who have stayed at the inn have stories of different paranormal activity.
A guest who stayed in one room claimed to have seen the General in his full uniform.
Other guests have made claims of the General coming into their rooms as they slept, accidentally waking them up.
The General continues to haunt the inn ensuring it is in pristine condition as he was very involved in the restoration of the original building when he took over ownership.
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3 - Cedar Grove Inn, Vicksburg Spend the Night
John Alexander Klein had Cedar Grove built for the woman who would become his wife, Elizabeth Bartley Day. Constructed started in 1840 but was not completed until 1852.
The home was the idyllic mansion for the couple until it became a Union hospital due to the war. Today it is still possible to see a cannon ball embedded in one of the walls.
The Kleins suffered a great deal of tragedy two infants died as well as a young daughter and a son.
The son died when the gun he was carrying fired when he accidentally dropped it on the back stairs.
The daughter was on the second floor when she reportedly died of natural causes.
With so much tragedy at the home, as well as its use as a hospital during the Civil War it is not surprising that is considered to be one of the most haunted inns in Mississippi.
Many guests to the current inn have claimed they have smelled pipe tobacco near the Gentleman’s Parlor, a room John Klein frequented.
The ghostly figure of Elizabeth Klein wanders around the home as if she’s still alive.
Other manifestations include the sound of footsteps, babies crying, giggling and the sound of a children playing.
The ghost of the Klein’s daughter who died on the second floor has been seen walking around.
Numerous soldiers treated at Cedar Grove when it was a hospital wander around the grounds as well as in the home.
2 - The Duff Green Mansion, Vicksburg Stay Here
The Duff Green Mansion was built as a private home back in 1856. Although the original owners had plans to do a lot of entertaining the reality of the world around them altered those plans.
During the Civil War the mansion served as a hospital and then a home for soldiers. It evolved back into a private residence before once again transforming into a boys orphanage.
It had other purposes until it was renovated and turned into the beautiful and haunted mansion it is today.
With so much history it is not odd that people consider the Duff Green Mansion one of the most haunted hotels in Mississippi.
There are many different stories of ghostly sightings and paranormal activity at the location.
Annie Green died in the mansion when she was only six years old. Some people have seen her spirit wandering around the estate.
A Confederate soldier with only one leg is frequently seen sitting by the fireplace. One of the most startling manifestations seen by many visitors and employees of the Duff Green Mansion is that of bloodstained floors.
There is also an unsettling feeling that permeates the estate according to some visitors.
1 - Linden Bed and Breakfast, Natchez Book a Room
The Linden Bed and Breakfast is one of the older destinations on this list with its origins dating back to the 1700s.
There are so many different claims of this historic building that it is considered to be one of the most haunted hotels in Mississippi!
The sounds of someone tapping a cane as well as claims of the ghostly visual of a horse-drawn carriage in front of the structure are common.
The ghosts of a man is frequently seen in one of the bedrooms, some say he wears a top hat, while a woman has been spotted jumping off the roof only to vanish in thin air before hitting the ground!
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This historic hotel is perfect! Assuming you want to sleep in a meticulously restored room in a hotel continuously hosting travels since 1877. Stairs are required. Each room is glorious. There is a classic community parlor leading to a beautiful and spacious balcony overlooking the awesome little town of Eureka. If it weren't for high speed wifi & color TV in the ruin I could imagine living in an old west town. The staff are fantastic and super accommodating. The only awkward thing is that the clerk is in a separate building a block away. Lots to eat and see in this vintage but vibrant town. Some say the hotel is haunted. I ain't afraid of no ghosts!
This is the best place to stop when driving on the loneliest highway, even better Ely. Hotel is clean, historical town is adorable, friendly service. Great breakfast. Walking distance to local restaurant.
We stayed at Jackson house for a day and found out they had bed bugs we used to love to stay here but they have bed bugs so we will not be staying again until they get rid of them.
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