Bed & Breakfast
Crenshaw Guest House
371 N. College Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Description: From 12-foot vaulted ceilings, to golden heart pine floors, late Victorian details abound, all within walking distance of downtown and Auburn University. Graceful proportions are the hallmark of the era; and guests especially enjoy the spaciousness of their rooms. Each has a unique decorative mantle surrounding the old coal-burning fireplaces (no longer in use to comply with local fire codes). Rooms are trimmed in rich hardwood – some natural finish, others painted. Transoms and brass ceiling fans throughout, recall a less hurried way of life. Antique furnishings in each room have been carefully chosen to compliment the period details, while providing true comfort and convenience to guests. Clawfoot tubs with gleaming brass and porcelain trim make the Victorian style bathrooms special. However, they are discreetly modernized to provide every convenience. The gingerbread-trimmed front porch welcomes guests with wicker furniture and a relaxing swing. Overlooking Auburn’s oldest neighborhood (officially designated as the Old Main & Church Street Historic District) it is the perfect place for morning coffee or a refreshing cold drink at the end of the day. Each guest room includes private bath, cable TV and WiFi. ample off-street parking is available.
Room Rates: $125 – $150 plus tax, (Complimentary Full Breakfast)
3291 Mill Creek Road
Auburn, AL 36832
Description: All of the spacious Fountainview guest rooms and suites provide the following luxurious amenities: impeccable custom decor with exquisite antique furnishings, high speed wireless internet service, large, flat screen televisions with DirecTV and DVD players, in-room stocked refrigerator with complimentary beverages, microwave, high quality Stearns and Foster bedding, blow driers, coffee makers, iron and iron boards and great views of the pristine Alabama countryside.
Pleasant Ridge Bed & Breakfast including Cabin Rental
3311 Hwy 28 West
Camden, AL 36726
Contact: Scottie & Tammy Myers
Description: A visit to Pleasant Ridge Bed & Breakfast is a true step back in time. Your hosts, Colonel Scottie & Mrs. Tammy Myers, are veteran reenactors and gifted storytellers who bring 1860s history to life with exciting and entertaining detail while dressed in period attire.
Built 1838, The Main House at Pleasant Ridge combines Federal and Greek Revival elements. It’s brick construction, a rarity in the early Black Belt, was designed to impress. After a series of owners, Pleasant Ridge sat vacant and crumbling for more than 50 years. The home’s journey from romantic ruin to authentic restoration became a preservation success story. Today, formal gardens and ancient cedars and magnolias complete the setting, along with an authentic one-room log cabin, now available for rent. A barn and other outbuildings are in various states of restoration and will eventually be offered.
Colonel and Mrs. Myers are offering a variety of historically correct experiences from Old South Dinners, formal Ladies’ Tea, Civil War Camp including a School of Soldiering, Home Tours and seasonal special events including a Christmas Open House.
333 West Barbour Street
Eufaula, AL 36027
Description: Candlelight Inn is conveniently located moments away from the downtown shopping district, historic sites, antebellum homes, antique shops and one of the greatest lakes for boating and fishing. With a suite, two spacious rooms and a cottage for your comfort and privacy, you will feel right at home.
Description: Nestled away in the heart of a small, rural town within a friendly community is Bennett Suites, a two-story duplex house that was built in 1955 by the Bishop-Tucker family. The house has been renovated in cottage style in keeping with some of the original architectural elements. The modern amenities and comfortable accommodations are perfect while you’re visiting Marion, a historic town of 3,300 people.
The Bennett-Munden ancestors are native to the area of Perry County. Donald and Donna retired to Marion in July 2012, renovated a farmhouse, and decided to create a place for tourists who come to visit the rich-in-history town, formerly known as Muckle Ridge of Marion and Perry County.
Bennett Suites is designed to sleep six people, two in each of the three bedrooms, very comfortably. It is intended to be your home away from home. The house features a newly remodeled kitchen which is fully functional and equipped with a coffee bar and a counter with bar stool seating, living room with an electric fireplace, a formal dining room with an ornate china hutch, a spacious den with a desk, 72” television, Wi-Fi, and a view of the courtyard. This home is ideal for a single family or two families traveling together.
A complimentary breakfast is provided to each guest, with fresh fruit, pastry, juices, water, tea and coffee. A hot meal is upon request at an additional cost.
Donavan Lakes Fishing Club/Inn
202 Early Street
Marion, AL 36756
Contact: Roy Barnett, Owner
Description: The Donavan Lakes Fishing Club and Donavan Inn are located on Perry County 38 (four miles south of Marion on Hwy 45; take Perry County 38 west for one mile; Donavan Club sign and gate on the right). Or, if traveling on State Hwy 5, go six miles south of Marion and take Perry County 38 east for 2.1 miles; Club sign and gate will be on the left.
Marion’s Boutique Bed and Breakfast
112 East Green Street
Marion, Alabama 36756
Contact: Diane the proprietress
Description: The Suite
A private 5 room suite with living room, dinning room, bedroom, fully equipped kitchen and shower room. Furnished with original antiques and oil paintings. Bedroom includes one queen-size canopy bed which sleeps two people.
Services: Complimentary breakfast included in room rate; Daily housekeeping provided; Laundry service available; Upon request, intimate dinners, luncheons, receptions and other events may be exclusively designed and prepared for you and/or a limited number of guests.
for planning and fees, please contact the Proprietress.
Description: “The Loft” Bed and Breakfast is located in the Mexia community (Frisco City Route address), about four miles west of Monroeville, Alabama (home of the “To Kill a Mockingbird” play which is held each spring). Relax on the front porch swing, back porch rocking chairs, or the second-floor deck overlooking the farmland. Enjoy the peacefulness of a log cabin with all the comforts of home in a quiet country setting during your stay in Monroe County, Alabama. “The Loft” offers the following: open floor plan with a great room, modern kitchen, dining area, pine floors, and sleeping loft with one queen bed and a single bed. Cabin is centrally heated/cooled, has satellite tv, one bath upstairs and one-half bath downstairs. Hosts offer a delicious deluxe southern home-cooked breakfast. NEW! We now have wireless DSL so bring your own laptop to access the internet.
1197 Main Street
Description: Mary Elizabeth Stallworth, the former owner of this turn-of-the-century home in Beatrice, Alabama, was quite a remarkable woman. She was the first woman to enroll in the College of Architecture at Auburn University and was the second to graduate. While her career took her to Washington, D.C., she eventually returned home to Beatrice. This home is both a testament to her past and a perfect place to spend a few nights in Monroe County. Historical and recreational activities abound in this area.
Only a quick fifteen to twenty minute drive from downtown Monroeville, the Stallworth Home with its three guest rooms is the perfect place to stay if your plans involve a trip to historic Monroe County Courthouse or tickets to the annual local production of “To Kill a Mockingbird.”
Lattice Inn Bed & Breakfast
1414 South Hull Street
Montgomery, AL 36104-5522
Description: Nestled in Montgomery’s historic Garden District near the Governor’s Mansion and the intersection of I-65 and I-85, The Lattice Inn provides a unique lodging experience in a tastefully restored 1906-era cottage.
Services: Business Center, Complimentary Breakfast, Outdoor Pool, Room Service, WIFI; Guest Rooms:4
Red Bluff Cottage Bed & Breakfast
551 Clay Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Description: Bed and breakfast located in beautiful downtown Montgomery in the Cottage Hill District near the junction of I-85 and 65., ,
Services: Cable TV, Free Local Calls, Complimentary Breakfast, Room Service, WIFI
Cheltenham Park Hall
509 Dallas Avenue
Selma, AL 36701
Description: The House is Victorian Italianate in design and retains its original features. Standing in beautiful grounds with pecan trees and live oaks draped with Spanish moss. At Cheltenham Park Hall we offer you high quality accommodation in the relaxing and secure surroundings of our family home. We have Three Grand Rooms furnished with English and French Antiques, Wireless facility, and Cable T.V. The first floor divides into two levels and is approached by a period staircase which rises to an impressive and spacious hall where our guest rooms are to be found.
Bunk House – A modern log cabin
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Description: Modern renovation of an 1810 log cabin resulting in a rustic Bunk House for sleeping 8-10 guests. There are 4 showers with an on-demand hot water system and 2 bathrooms. The Bunk House is also equipped with a washer and dryer. There is plenty of on-street parking. The back deck is perfect for summer evenings and the front porch is the best place to meet passing neighbors.
Brushey Creek B&B
367 Brushey Creek Road
Georgiana, Alabama 36033
I live in the country, where its quiet and relaxing. Its an old farm house that i’m restoring. I can sleep up to 7 Guest in my home with 2 bathrooms. If you would like meals prepared for you for extra fee.. You will have use of washer and dryer if needed also living room. with large tv to watch sports. I’m easy to get along with. I like you to follow rules as well as respect my property. If you have any questions or special needs please let me know. If you have problems climbing stairs let me know and ill save a downstairs room for you.
Services: Overnight Lodging, Meals Provided, Wi-Fi, Television, Weddings, Receptions, Reunions