Harbour Oaks Inn

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Once the “Crescent Hotel” during the Civil War, this building was later a hospital, and eventually became the celebrated “Harbour Oaks Inn” under the ownership of Diane and Anthony Brugger. Several ghosts were known to exist on premises.

Sadly, the Harbour Oaks Inn was completely demolished by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and Anthony Brugger perished inside the crumbling home. Diane built some small cottages on the property which are now available as vacation rentals, called “Habour Oaks Cottages”.

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Geographic Information

126 West Scenic Drive
Pass Christian, MS
United States

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30.314161, -89.249077
Harrison County, Mississippi
Nearest Towns:
Pass Christian, MS (0.1 mi.)
Henderson Point, MS (2.3 mi.)
De Lisle, MS (4.6 mi.)
Bay Saint Louis, MS (4.8 mi.)
Long Beach, MS (6.3 mi.)
Waveland, MS (7.8 mi.)
Diamondhead, MS (8.8 mi.)
Gulfport, MS (10.0 mi.)
West Gulfport, MS (11.1 mi.)
Kiln, MS (12.9 mi.)


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