Clarksdale accommodations range from the colorfully idiosyncratic (which can mean no phones or Internet connections in the rooms) to the basic chain motels which may offer swimming pools and cable TV.


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Blues Hound Flat Blues Hound Flat is a cool place to stay in Clarksdale, Mississippi. A self-catering apartment located in the heart of downtown Clarksdale, just steps from the Delta Blues Museum, and within easy walking distance to Ground Zero Blues Club, Madidi Restaurant, Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art and numerous authentic juke joints. Enjoy 1,500 square ft. of laid-back loft living all to yourself that can sleep up to 4. Blues Hound Flat is available for renting nightly, long-term stays, festivals, and special events. Space is limited. Call (901) 272-0230 or email today for a reservation. 309 Issaquena, Clarksdale, MS

The Clark House Originally constructed in 1859 by Clarksdale founder John Clark. It was the first home built in Clarksdale, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Clark House has just been extensively refurbished and beautifully redecorated as a residential inn. The Clark House offers four elegant bedrooms in the main house, and three bedrooms in the cottage, just behind the main home. Each room features a private bath, desk and sitting area. All rooms enjoy the use of the beautiful parlor, library and dining room. A continental breakfast and internet access is included. The Clark House is located in the historic residential area, just two blocks from Downtown Clarksdale’s government, business and entertainment center. Rooms are available from $75, and reservations can be made online at or by calling the Innkeeper at (662) 621-1632

The Clarksdale White House (CWH) A stately, historical home built in 1917 and located only three blocks from downtown Clarksdale. Guests who stay in the CWH experience true Mississippi Delta hospitality in the personal home of Clarksdale natives and founders of The Delta Bohemian® Magical Madge and Chilly Billy Howell. Stay in one of three large bedrooms each with their own private baths: The Honey Room, The Treetop Room or The East Room. Visitors of the CWH will enjoy use of two large living rooms, dining room, kitchen and even use of the homes washer/dryer as well as many other amenities. Another fantastic benefit is the large, private, brick-fenced back yard--an ideal place to relax and unwind. The back garden area is shared with Guests of the iconic Delta Bohemian Guest House, also owned by Billy and Madge. There is truly nothing else like the Clarksdale White House. Authentic. Quiet. Peaceful. Unique. Beautiful. (662) 392-9249 or email

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The Delta Bohemian Guest House
Delta Bohemian Guest House. The Delta Bohemian Guest House (DBGH), a self-contained, short-term accommodation, is a historical two story Delta cypress cook's home, ideally located only three blocks from downtown Clarksdale, situated in a comfortable neighborhood. 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. It's the perfect dwelling for the traveler interested in the Blues and Delta culture and who is searching for that unparalleled combination of authentic Delta-sophistication, comfort and attention to detail. For an ideal respite for couples, groups of friends, small families, business travelers, and Deltans returning home for a visit, the Delta Bohemian Guest House is your home away from home. Owners: Founders of the Delta Bohemian, Billy and Madge Marley Howell, Clarksdale natives. (662) 392-9249 or email

Delta Cotton Company Apartments. Tastefully decorated rooms, complete with appliances and coffeemakers, on the second floor of a former cotton-grading warehouse, over the Ground Zero Blues Club. Each room is named after a different grade of cotton (“Strict Low Middling,” for example). You’ll hear the music from below into the night (“you should be downstairs partying anyway” suggests the Web site). Perfect for longer-term stays and a very short walk from the Delta Blues Museum as well as from the lively ground-floor bar-music scene. $75-$105. (662) 645-9366

Delta Digs. Delta Digs is a fabulous new vacation rental designed, built, and decorated in true Delta style by local artisans.
Delta Digs
The 425 square foot, ground level (no stairs) flat is newly constructed in the circa 1897 Clarksdale Telegraph Office at Second & Delta in the heart of the Historic District downtown. Featuring a fantastic Randall Andrew's artwork Queen-size bed with PosturePedic mattress and Magic Fingers,hardwood floors, diner booth from a classic Nashville diner, elegant leather sofa & oversize chair, 4foot X 5Foot custom shower with Speakman faucets, new bath and vanity, Central heating and air conditioning,refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, HD flat screen TV with DirecTV, & stereo. 600 count 100% Cotton Sheets, Down Pillows,and 100% Cotton bath towels. We feature original artwork of the Delta by artists including John Ruskey, Stan Street, Ethan Jack Harrington, Eric Stone, Joey Young, Bradley Young, Kim Welsh, Christopher Keywood, Dan Dalton, and Amanda Gresham. Location,location,location. Located across the street from Hambone Art Gallery and the Rock & Blues Museum, and around the corner from restaurants Yazoo Pass, Rust, Stone Pony, and Lady at the Levee. Blues clubs Ground Zero Blues Club and Red's are within a 4 minute stroll. The New Roxy and the Delta Blues Museum are within 3 blocks. There is a wine and spirits shop, plus a convenience store within the block. Foxtrot Gallery, 2012 Gallery, Lambfish Gallery, Give Me Gumbo Gallery, and CatHead are all within one block of our front door.
Second & Delta; Contact: John Magnusson Main: (732) 740-6155 or email Delta Digs online

Hampton Inn A fresh and modern hotel just off Hwy 61. (662) 621-1717

Honey Hill Bed & Breakfast
Honey Hill Bed & Breakfast An elegant 9 acre retreat in a historic home less than half a mile from downtown Clarksdale, MS. Step back in time and enjoy the peace and quiet. Guests have access to dining room, living room, and sun room in the main house, as well as beautiful outdoor sitting areas. Complimentary breakfast and coffee is provided.
Located at 302 South State Street, Clarksdale, MS (405) 618-1157 FaceBook

The Hooker Hotel 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.
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Isle of Capri Coahoma County’s only casino, located between Clarksdale and Helena, Arkansas. Straightforward casino-style hotel rooms, with amenities. Downstairs restaurant offers fine dining (see “Where to eat”). From $69-109. (800) THE-ISLE

The Lofts at the Five & Dime Formerly the FW Woolworth Building located in Clarksdale. Lofts include a bedroom, seating and kitchen areas. (662) 645-8874

Riverside Hotel. As grittily authentic as they come, with spare accommodations (bathrooms are shared) that are drenched in Delta history. As the G. T. Thomas Afro-American Hospital, it was the scene of blues great Bessie Smith’s death after a nearby car accident (the room in which she died is for rent, when available). Converted to a hotel in 1944, it housed musicians such as Sonny Boy Wiliamson II, Robert Nighthawk, and Ike Turner. Now visitors book its rooms for their ultra-Delta ambience and to hear the colorful tales of proprietor Frank “Rat” Ratliff. From $40. (662) 624-9163

The Shack Up Inn

Shack Up Inn/Cotton Gin Inn The Shack Up Inn is a half dozen former sharecropper shacks that have been updated with indoor plumbing and air conditioning. The Cotton Gin Inn is just that: ten rooms carved out of a former cotton gin building. The shacks come with kitchenettes, porches, crazy-funky décor, and bedrooms that sleep two to four. The Cotton Gin Inn offers basic motel rooms with queen-size beds set inside a cotton gin building, with unique touches (hand-painted bathroom murals). Both are on the historic Hopson Plantation grounds, ten minutes south of town. $65 and up. (662) 624-8329

The Squeeze Box The Squeeze Box is a spacious, airy 425 sq. ft. private apartment, located in the
The Squeeze Box
heart of Historic Downtown Clarksdale, Mississippi. The newly constructed apartment is located on the ground floor of the former Clarksdale Telegraph Building (Circa 1897) at the corner of Second & Delta in the Clarksdale Downtown Historic District. Located across the street from Madidi(Morgan Freeman and Bill Luckett’s 5 Star Restaurant), the Hambone Art Gallery, and the “Rock & Blues Museum”, this is the best location in town. Rust Restaurant, The Stone Pony, and Cathead Blues are literally all within 300 feet of our front door. Ground Zero Blues Club and Red’s Lounge are an easy 5-minute stroll. (732) 740-6155

Other Chain Options: America's Best Inn and Suites (662) 621-1110; Budget Inn (662) 624-6541;
Comfort Inn; Hampton Inn (662) 621-1717; Rodeway Inn (662) 627-9292; Uptown Motor Inn (662) 627-3251.

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